Noelle Quinn Inducted Into High School Hall of Fame
Bishop Montgomery Retired Quinn’s Jersey in ‘07
September 6, 2013
Noelle Quinn will be honored at the Bishop Montgomery High School Athletic Hall of Fame Induction ceremony tonight.
SEATTLE – Noelle Quinn will be honored at the Bishop Montgomery High School Athletic Hall of Fame Induction ceremony tonight. The Los Angeles native will be recognized by her alma mater alongside five other inductees who have made extraordinary contributions to the school in athletics. Quinn’s class is only the third ever to be inducted to the Hall of Fame.
“I'm honored to be inducted into the Bishop Montgomery High School Athletic Hall of Fame,” said Quinn. “Bishop Montgomery was so influential in my development as a student athlete. It's humbling to know that I will always be part of BMHS history and its rich tradition. So proud to be a Knight!”
During her four years at BMHS, she led the Lady Knights to four Del Rey League titles, three California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section titles and four state titles. She was both the Del Rey League MVP and an All-American as a sophomore, junior and senior. She was also honored all four years with the Player of the Year award by the CIF Southern Section as well as the state Player of the Year.
Quinn finished her basketball career at BMHS as the leading all-time scorer with 2,764 points, a record that still stands today, and also had her jersey retired by the school on Jan. 30, 2007.
Quinn’s success at BMHS has followed her all the way to the WNBA where for the 2013 season, she is averaging 5.2 ppg and a career high 4.6 rpg. As a member of the 2013 Seattle Storm, Quinn has played a pivotal role in earning a record 10th-consecutive playoff berth for her team. Quinn averages 24.7 minutes a game and has started in 13 contests so far this season.
Seattle heads into playoffs with only four regular-season games left to play, starting with the Minnesota Lynx on Sept. 7 and Sept. 10 at KeyArena. Tipoff for both games is 7 p.m.
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