Carroll created hardcourt legacy at Winnipeg

Carroll created hardcourt legacy at Winnipeg

Prolific scorer helped Wesmen to three-straight national titles

EDMONTON — A key catalyst to a remarkable string of women's basketball dominance, Sandra Carroll was a force for the Winnipeg Wesmen during the 1990s.

The Winnipeg native played a starring role for the Wesmen during their string of three-consecutive national titles between 1993 and 1995, and Carroll was honoured Tuesday as the latest inductee in the Canada West Hall of Fame.


A four-time Academic All-Canadian and three-time national player of the year award winner, Carroll takes her place individually in the CW Hall of Fame after being inducted as part of the Wesmen dynasty team last season.

Following her stellar university career, Carroll went onto play professionally in Germany, and is an inductee into both the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame.

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