Former Lady Vol Nikki McCray headed to WBHOF

SAN ANTONIO (WVLT/ AP) -- Former Lady Vol standout Nikki McCray is among six inductees to the 2012 class of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.

McCray starred at Tennessee from 1991-1995. During her four years, the Lady Vols posted a 122-11 record. The guard also won two Olympic gold medals.

The inductees announced Saturday also include WNBA star Dawn Staley; ABC "Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts; former Old Dominion star Inge Nissen; five-time Division III national championship coach Nancy Fahey; and former South Carolina star Pam McGee.

A date for the formal 2012 induction ceremony has not been set.


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