Former WNBA players, Ticha Penicheiro, Ruth Riley Hunter and Valerie Still were inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame last weekend.
Congratulations to former #WNBA players @TichaPenicheiro, @ruthriley00, and @ValerieStill1 on being inducted to the Class of 2019 Women's Basketball Hall of Fame last night! 👏 @WBHOF pic.twitter.com/Ft393lgOYu
— WNBA (@WNBA) June 9, 2019
Penicheiro is No. 2 on the WNBA’s all-time assists list.
This feeling is very surreal…Today I will be inducted into the @wbhof
I’m SO VERY grateful for all of those that were part of my journey and helped me get to this stage: FAMILY, friends, teammates, coaches, fans,… https://t.co/412ObbQYxQ
— Ticha Penicheiro (@TichaPenicheiro) June 8, 2019
Riley Hunter was the 2003 Finals MVP.
Blessed beyond words to join these phenomenal women as the @wbhof class of 2019!! 🏀 🙌 My journey started out as a dream… and the gap of it going from a hopeful aspiration to a realized achievement was bridged by… https://t.co/4YZbYAuqXw
— Ruth Riley Hunter (@ruthriley00) June 11, 2019
Still is the University of Kentucky’s career scoring leader.
— Kentucky WBB (@KentuckyWBB) June 9, 2019