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Vickie Orr
Vickie Orr

Hometown:
Decatur, Ala.

High School:
Hartselle

Height:
6-3

Position:
Center

Years Played:
1985-89

1989 USBWA All-America First Team
1989 WBCA All-America First Team
1989 USBWA All-America First Team
1988 WBCA All-America First Team
1987 WBCA All-America First Team
1988 SEC Player of the Year
1989 All-SEC First Team
1988 All-SEC First Team
1987 All-SEC First Team
1986 SEC All-Freshman Team
1987 SEC Tournament MVP
1987 SEC All-Tournament Team
1989 SEC All-Tournament Team
1989 NCAA Final Four Team
1989 NCAA Mideast Regional MVP
1989 NCAA Mideast Regional All-Tournament Team
1987 NCAA Mideast Regional All-Tournament Team

Named WBCA All-America First Team, 1987-89... Also named USBWA All-America First Team, 1988-89... Chosen SEC Player of the Year in 1988... Selected All-SEC First Team, 1987-89... Named Freshman All-SEC in 1986... Chosen for SEC All-Tournament team in 1987 and 1989... Named SEC Tournament MVP in 1987... Selected to the 1987 and 1989 NCAA Mideast Regional teams... Named MVP for the 1989 NCAA Mideast Regional team... Chosen for the NCAA Final Four team in 1989... A member of several regular season all-tournament teams, she played in the Auburn Dial Classic in 1988, the Lady Sunshine Classic in 1987, the Long Beach Dial Classic in 1987, the Miami/Burger King Classic in 1987-88, the Minnesota Dial Classic in 1987, the Old Dominion Classic in 1987, the Virginia Tech/Marriott Classic in 1986 and the Zuma Jay Classic in 1988... Named MVP of four regular season tournaments, including the 1987 Lady Sunshine Classic, the 1987 Long Beach Dial Classic, the 1986 Virginia Tech/Marriott Classic and the 1987 Minnesota Dial Classic... Led Auburn to the NCAA Final Four in 1988 and 1989... From 1985-89 she started in 128 games, playing in 131... Holds the Auburn record for games started... Ranks third all-time at AU in scoring with 2,035 career points while her 15.5 point per game average ranks fifth... Played a total of 3,390 career minutes, averaging 25.9 minutes per game... She made 864 field goals from 1985-89, tying Becky Jackson for the Auburn career field goal record... Tallied 1,006 career rebounds, ranking fourth all-time at Auburn... Her career field goal percentage (.565) is the third highest career field goal percentage all-time at Auburn... Ranks in the top ten for career free throws and free throw attempts... Blocked a total of 191 shots on her career, with a season-best 57 blocks during the 1986-87 season... Ranks fourth all-time at AU in career blocks... Holds the fourth highest mark for single-season field goals with 248 from 1987-88, also recorded 239 field goals in 1986-87, tying DeWanna Bonner for the fifth all-time... Ranks 10th all-time at AU in single-season rebounds with 284 in 1988-89... Led Auburn in scoring during the 1986-87 season with 550 points, and again from 1987-88 with 565 points... Holds two top ten marks for single-season blocks: 57 in 1986-87, and 55 in 1988-89, tying DeWanna Bonner and Lori Monroe... Ranks 10th in single-season rebounds, with a career-high 284 during the 1988-89 season... Totaled 32 20-point games throughout her career... Notched 27 career double-doubles, including a career-high 32 points and 11 rebounds against Georgia on March 7, 1987... Her 27 double-doubles rank fifth all-time at Auburn... Also tallied 35 10-rebound games from 1985-89, with career highs of 16 against LSU on March 5, 1989 and Temple on March 19, 1989... Won a bronze medal as a member of the 1992 Olympic basketball team... Took gold as a member of the U.S. team at the 1990 Goodwill Games... Also won gold with the U.S. at the 1990 World Championships... A member of the United States' 1987 World University Games team and 1985 Junior World Championships team... Was an assistant coach at Auburn under Joe Ciampi from 1992-94... Auburn went 25-4 in her first season and 20-10 in her second season on the bench, advancing to the 1993 Sweet 16 and the second round of the 1994 NCAA Tournament... Named to the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013.