Sue Stimac Verduin Ballard High School 1978 Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball
SPS High School Athletic Hall of Fame • Seattle WA
High School Three-year basketball and tennis letterman for Beavers Won 2nd in tennis Metros, qualifying for state – a first for any Ballard student As team captain, MVP, and Ballard’s Student Athlete of the Year, led Beavers to state basketball tournament for the first time in school history Named to Metro All-Star Second Team by The Seattle P-I and received Regional Honorable Mention by The Seattle Times College First female basketball player to earn All-America honors for Seattle University Ranked third all-time in scoring and named SU’s Female Athlete of the Year Set single-season scoring record junior year - a record that would stand for eight years and is still the 5th-most points in a season Two-time American Women’s Sports Federation All-American with 3.65 GPA Other Played 10+ years in Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), twice placing in the national tournament Jersey retired at both Ballard (1st female athlete) and Seattle University Assistant coach for SU Women’s Basketball for 13 seasons Recognized by Seattle University’s Hall of Fame (1981) and Centennial Alumni Award (1991)
Sue Stimac Verduin Sue Stimac Verduin in high school basketball game