Two Former Boilermakers Members Of Hall Of Fame Silver Anniversary Team

PURDUESPORTSDOTCOM Teri Moren (pictured) and Jane (Calhoun) Schott are members of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary Team.
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Teri Moren (pictured) and Jane (Calhoun) Schott are members of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Silver Anniversary Team.
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April 26, 2012

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Eighteen women, including two former Boilermakers will be recognized as members of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame's 2012 Silver Anniversary Team on Saturday in Indianapolis. Jane (Calhoun) Schott and Teri Moren both were members of the 1987 Indiana All-Star team and went on to play at Purdue.

Selection to the Silver Anniversary Team is based on outstanding accomplishments as a high school basketball player in Indiana 25 years ago. This year's team includes all 12 members of the 1987 Indiana All-Star squad and six other all-state players to comprise the best of Indiana's high school class of 1987.

Schott started every game her senior season at Purdue and averaged career-highs of 5.0 points and 5.0 rebounds. The Tipton, Ind., native was a three-year Academic All-Big Ten selection and was awarded Purdue's Red Mackey Award for academic and athletic excellence. Schott is a teacher and the head girls' basketball coach at West Lafayette H.S. She also serves as an analyst for Purdue women's basketball radio broadcasts.

Moren was a two-year starter at Purdue and along with Schott was a member of Purdue's first team to advance to the NCAA Tournament (1989) and the first Big Ten championship team (1991). The Seymour, Ind., native finished her career 12th in assists and 24th in steals, was a recipient of the Red Mackey Award and the Ruth Jones Award for team leadership and dedication to the sport. Moren just completed her second season as the head women's basketball coach at Indiana State.

Other 1987 Indiana All-Stars on this year's Silver Anniversary Team include 1987 Miss Basketball Lori (Meinerding) Morris-DeVries, Shannon (Hardesty) Cantu, Nikki (Anderson) Cerbone, Krissi Davis, Michelle (Baker) Davis, Vicki Lander, Kelly (Powell) Richter, Sara White, Dana Wilkerson and Ann (Zellers) Williams.

The remaining six, named to various all-state teams are: Janice (Holliday) Burrus, Alicia (Dobbels) Clevenger, Shari (Clark) Doud, Sharon (Geary) Franks, Robin Scott and Kristie (Talley) Wright.

 

 

Stan Benge, Dee Dee Williams' high school coach, is one of the 11 people being inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. The full list of the 11 Hall of Fame inductees, including the Silver Medal honoree is below.

The recognition of the Silver Anniversary Team is done as part of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame's Annual Women's Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, April 28 at the Primo South Banquet and Conference Center on the south side of Indianapolis. In addition, a free public reception will take place at the Hall of Fame museum in New Castle from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For further information, call the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame at 765-529-1891.

2012 Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Inductees
Shelly (Brand) Adlard - Evansville Reitz
Stan Benge - Ben Davis
Anita (Folk) George - Warsaw
Linda Godby - Warren Central
Amy Lynn Hile - FW Dwenger
Bob Kirkhoff - Cathedral
Mike McCroskey - Kokomo
Audrey (Baines) Moore - Jeffersonville
Sue Parrish - Marion
Judy (Burns) Powell - Marion
Sharon Roberts - New Castle (St. Vincent Health Silver Medal)