Former Harlem Globetrotter and Olympian Lynette Woodard (left) and retired Auburn coach Joe Ciampi are among six chosen for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
NAIA star Kelli Litsch, high school coach Edna Tarbutton, AAU All-American Dixie Woodall and Hunter Low, founder of the Kodak All-American team, also will be enshrined at the hall in June, officials announced Sunday.
The hall, which opened in Knoxville, Tenn., in 1999, recognizes players, coaches, referees and contributors to women's basketball.
Woodard was a Kodak All-American from 1978-81 at Kansas, where she scored 3,649 points in her career. She was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., in September.