Tina Gunn Robison

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1976-1980 BYU Cougars

Tina Gunn Robison was an American basketball player for the BYU Cougars women's basketball team from 1976 to 1980. During her senior year, she was named to the Kodak All-America first team, [1] the American Women's Sports Federation first team, and the National Scouting Association All-American team. She still holds many school records, [2] putting her among the top women's basketball players to have ever played for BYU. [3]

Although she was not raised a Mormon, she joined the LDS Church her senior year. She graduated from BYU in 1980 with a degree in chemical engineering and, despite being a first-round pick by the Milwaukee Does in the Women's Basketball League draft, decided not to pursue a professional career. [4]

In 1990, she was the BYU Hall of Fame Inductee, and she still holds the following records:

PlaceRecord NameRecord
FirstTotal Career Points2,759
FirstCareer scoring average27.3
Firstcareer rebounds1,482
FirstCareer rebounds per game14.7
FirstPoints in a single game56 vrs UNLV in 1979
FirstSeason points967, 1979-1980 (national record that year)
FirstSeason scoring average31.2, 1979-1980 (national record that year)

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  1. "WBCA All-America teams: 1975-2015". ESPN.com. March 7, 2000.
  2. "Tina Gunn Robison Athlete Profile | The Official Site of BYU Athletics". byucougars.com. Archived from the original on 2011-11-13.
  3. http://www.themwc.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/012704aae.html
  4. "More than hoops, family is greatest joy". February 7, 2004.