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Itoro Umoh-Coleman | 15
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2003
Statistics
 PPG .0
 RPG .00
 APG .3
 EFF .00
Position:  G
Born: 02/21/77
Height: 5-7 /  1,70
Weight: 140  lbs. / 63,5  kg.
College: Clemson '99
BACKGROUND

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Played on the Nigerian National Team at the All-African Games in Johannesburg, South Africa in the summer of 1999, helping the team to a Bronze Medal...Played for Fever Head Coach Nell Fortner for the United States in the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Canada, again helping the team to a Bronze Medal...In the Pan Am Games, played along side WNBA players Edwina Brown (Detroit), Michelle Marciniak (Portland), Lynn Pride (Minnesota) and Sylvia Crawley (Portland).

COLLEGE:
Clemson’s Most Valuable Player and a First Team All-ACC selection in 1999...Averaged 12.5 ppg and 5.3 apg for the Lady Tigers, who finished with a 26-6 record...Unanimous ACC Tournament MVP and Kodak District II All-American and Honorable Mention All-American by the Associated Press in 1999...Second Team selection on the 1999 Women’s Basketball Journal Defensive All-America team...Named the Lady Tigers Most Valuable Player in each of her last three seasons...Finished her career ninth on the Clemson career scoring list with 1,409 points...Ranked 13th on the Clemson career rebounds list with 543 and was third on the school’s career assists list 459...Third on Clemson’s career steals list with 265...Had a triple-double vs. Wake Forest on 1/17/99 with 12 points, 10 assists and 11 rebounds...Participant in the WBCA All-Star Game after her senior season...Scored 54 points in the 1999 ACC Tournament, including 26 points in the Championship game vs. North Carolina on 3/1/99…Named Second Team All-ACC as a junior and sophomore.


PERSONAL

  • HoustonComets.com: Itoro Umoh-Coleman's Hoop Dreams
  • Born Itoro Umoh on February 21, 1977, in Hephzibah, Georgia
  • Name is pronounced E-toro Ooh-mo
  • Married to Harold Coleman on December 23, 1999
  • Played in the second annual WBCA All-Star Challenge, and following the game, then-boyfriend Harold took a knee and proposed before fans in attendance
  • Earned degree in speech and communications from Clemson University in 2000
  • Has served as an assistant coach for the Lady Tigers since 2002-03
  • Served as a student-assistant coach at Liberty University (1999-2000)
  • Was an assistant coach at Butler University (2000-02)


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