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Machanguana's Jersey to be Retired Friday Night

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
         
Release: November 14, 2000
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NORFOLK, VA. (Nov. 14, 2000) -- Old Dominion University athletic director Jim Jarrett announced today that 1997 Kodak All-American Clarisse Machanguana's (Maputo, Mozambique) jersey will be retired at a ceremony prior to the Lady Monarchs home opener with Syracuse Friday night at 8 p.m. in the fieldhouse.

" We're excited about retiring Clarisse's jersey. This will serve as a tribute to the outstanding academic and athletic career of yet another Lady Monarch, " said Lady Monarch head coach Wendy Larry. " Clarisse will now join a very elite company in the ongoing tradition of Lady Monarch basketball."

Machanguana, a two-time CAA Tournament MVP, joins Lady Monarch greats Nancy Lieberman-Cline, Anne Donovan, Inge Nissen, and teammate Ticha Penichiero who have already had their jersey's retired by the University. Machanguana and Penichiero were both Kodak All-Americans in 1997 as they helped lead Old Dominion to a 34-2 record and reach the NCAA championship game.

The 6-5 forward completed her career with 1,813 career points, which ranks her ninth all-time in Lady Monarch history. She shot .624 from the floor and averaged 7.6 rebounds per game in 99 contests.

Since completing her career at Old Dominion, Machanguana played for San Jose in the ABL, followed by two seasons with Los Angeles in the WNBA. She will be with Charlotte this coming season.


MACHANGUANA'S CAREER STATS
YR         G/GS    FG-FGA   PCT       FT-FTA    PCT   REB/AV      PTS/AVG.
1994-95   33/33   221-365   .605       108-182  .593  292/8.8     550/16.7
1995-96   32/32   230-367   .627       125-175  .714  209/6.5     585/18.3
1996-97   34/34   286-450   .636       106-185  .573  253/7.4     678/19.9
Totals    99/99   737-1182  .624       339-542  .625  754/7.6     1813/18.3

CAREER BESTS
Points: 35 vs. Liberty (3-14-97)
Rebounds: 15 vs. Texas (12-10-94) & William & Mary (2-2-96)
Assists: Seven vs. American (1-24-97)
Steals: Six vs. American (1-24-97)
Blocked Shots: Five vs. VCU (11-30-94)

HONORS AND AWARDS
* Kodak All-American (1996-97)
* Kodak District III All-American (1996-97)
* Sporting News Second Team All-American (1996-97)
* Basketball Times Second Team All-American (1996-97)
* AP Second Team All-American (1996-97)
* AP Honorable Mention All-American (1995-96)
* CAA Player of the Year (1994-95)
* Three-time All-CAA First Team selection (1996-97,1995-96, 1994-95)
* CAA All-Defensive Team (1996-97)
* Dean Ehlers Leadership Award (1996-97)
* Two-time CAA Tournament MVP (1996-97, 1995-96)
* CAA All-Tournament Team (1994-95)
* CAA All-Rookie Team (1994-95)
* Boost-Naismith Player of the Year finalist (1996-97)
* Two-Time Richmond Times Dispatch First Team All-State (1996-97, 1995-96)
* VaSID First Team Virginia All-State (1996-97)
* NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1996-97)
* USA Today's International All-Star Team (1995-96)

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