Tina Gunn Robison

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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:

Place Record Name Record
First Total Career Points 2,759
First Career scoring average 27.3
First career rebounds 1,482
First Career rebounds per game 14.7
First Points in a single game 56 vrs UNLV in 1979
First Season points 967, 1979-1980 (national record that year)
First Season scoring average 31.2, 1979-1980 (national record that year)


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