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Debbie Sporcich
Position: Hall of Fame Inductee
Other Position: 2007 Inductee, Women's Basketball (1990-94)

Few players in school history combined the finesse and power as the Ducks’ three-time MVP, who became the first and only women’s basketball player in the program’s history to lead the team in rebounding four consecutive seasons. The 1994 first-team Pacific-10 Conference all-league choice completed her collegiate career as Oregon’s fourth-best rebounder (868) and sixth-leading scorer (1,404) of all time. She also finished third in Pac-10 history in career field goal accuracy (54%) and eighth in rebounding. She led her team in scoring (15.6 avg.) and rebounding (9.1 avg.) her senior season while pacing the Ducks to their first NCAA tournament appearance in seven years. Only injuries prevented her from reaching greater heights as a sophomore and junior.

As a junior she led the league in field goal accuracy (60.3%) while barely falling short of the conference record and was invited to the USA Basketball national team trials. She entered her sophomore season as an honorable mention pre-season All-American honoree.  In 1991 she became the Duck’s first freshman to lead the team in scoring since 1977 as well as the first rebounding pacesetter since 1979.  The league’s all-freshman team honoree established a single-game school record for free throws made (15) and attempted (17). She was one of 10 Oregon players named to the Pac-10’s women’s all-decade team in 1996.