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January 21, 1997 | EARL GUSTKEY
Rhonda Windham, a former USC basketball standout, was named Monday as general manager of the Lakers' team in the Women's National Basketball Assn., which will begin play on June 21. John Buss was named president of the club. Windham has spent the last seven years on the Lakers' public relations staff. She played on USC's NCAA title teams of 1983 and '84.
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July 17, 1997 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Spark Coach Linda Sharp was fired by her former USC point guard Wednesday, about three hours before the WNBA team played the Houston Comets. Assistant coach Julie Rousseau, 32, a former UC Irvine player, was named interim head coach. General Manager Rhonda Windham cited the underachieving team's emotional deportment as a key reason for the quick hook on Sharp, 47, who was only 11 games into the 28-game season. The Sparks were 4-7 before defeating Houston, 77-52.
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July 17, 1997 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Spark Coach Linda Sharp was fired by her former USC point guard Wednesday, about three hours before the WNBA team played the Houston Comets. Assistant coach Julie Rousseau, 32, a former UC Irvine player, was named interim head coach. General Manager Rhonda Windham cited the underachieving team's emotional deportment as a key reason for the quick hook on Sharp, 47, who was only 11 games into the 28-game season. The Sparks were 4-7 before defeating Houston, 77-52.
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January 21, 1997 | EARL GUSTKEY
Rhonda Windham, a former USC basketball standout, was named Monday as general manager of the Lakers' team in the Women's National Basketball Assn., which will begin play on June 21. John Buss was named president of the club. Windham has spent the last seven years on the Lakers' public relations staff. She played on USC's NCAA title teams of 1983 and '84.
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January 26, 1987 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, Times Staff Writer
In East Coast basketball-ese, sellout is a bad play, down by law is to be with it, bama is someone who's not with it, sweet is a smooth player and a home girl is, well, someone from the home area. Safe to say, you can't be bama and a home girl. The lingo is spoken in playgrounds all over the East. Now it's in Southern California, and being spoken on two of the best women's basketball teams in the country, thanks to two players with several similarities.
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February 3, 1985 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
Rhonda Windham, USC point guard, can only shake her head when she considers the thousands of times she has gone to the basket for a shot or a rebound. She's only 5-foot-5, but with her great jumping ability, Windham has never been afraid to tangle inside with the big girls--on the playgrounds of Harlem, at John F. Kennedy High School in the Bronx, or in the Los Angeles Sports Arena.
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April 23, 1987
Rhonda Windham, point guard on the USC women's basketball team, was named the Trojans' outstanding senior athlete at the women's athletic banquet at the Biltmore Hotel.
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August 13, 1997 | EARL GUSTKEY
General Manager Rhonda Windham of the Los Angeles Sparks was fined $1,000 for "verbally abusing" officials after the Sparks' 72-71 loss at Houston last Saturday. She was docked for saying that missed calls had a direct bearing on the outcome of the game. In addition, Los Angeles Coach Julie Rousseau and center Lisa Leslie were fined $300 each for criticizing the officials.
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March 3, 1987 | Associated Press
Lauri Landerholm, the Oregon guard named Player of the Year in Pacific 10 women's basketball, was one of four unanimous selections to the all-conference team announced Monday. Jennifer Bennett of California, Dora Dome of UCLA and Cherie Nelson of USC were the other unanimous picks, and USC's Rhonda Windham was the other first-team selection as determined by Pac-10 coaches. Chris Gobrecht of Washington was named Coach of the Year.
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January 3, 1987
The Stanford women's basketball team defeated UCLA, 62-60, Friday night at Palo Alto as freshman guard Jennifer Azzi hit two free throws with three seconds left. The game was the Pacific 10 opener for both teams. UCLA is 5-4 overall, while Stanford is 7-3. UCLA tied the game, 60-60, with 10 seconds left when Dora Dome sank a driving five-footer. Dome was the leading scorer for UCLA with 17 points. Jaime Brown and Sheri Bouldin each had 12 for the Bruins. Jill Yanke led Stanford with 18.
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January 26, 1987 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, Times Staff Writer
In East Coast basketball-ese, sellout is a bad play, down by law is to be with it, bama is someone who's not with it, sweet is a smooth player and a home girl is, well, someone from the home area. Safe to say, you can't be bama and a home girl. The lingo is spoken in playgrounds all over the East. Now it's in Southern California, and being spoken on two of the best women's basketball teams in the country, thanks to two players with several similarities.
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February 3, 1985 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
Rhonda Windham, USC point guard, can only shake her head when she considers the thousands of times she has gone to the basket for a shot or a rebound. She's only 5-foot-5, but with her great jumping ability, Windham has never been afraid to tangle inside with the big girls--on the playgrounds of Harlem, at John F. Kennedy High School in the Bronx, or in the Los Angeles Sports Arena.
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January 16, 1987
Forward Monica Lamb scored 30 points Thursday night to lead the USC women's basketball team to a 99-82 victory over Oregon State in a Pacific 10 game at the Sports Arena. Lamb was supported by guard Rhonda Windham and forward Cherie Nelson, who had 22 points apiece. USC led, 47-40, at halftime, before pulling away to comfortable leads in the second half. The Trojans improved their record to 10-4 overall and 4-1 in the conference. Oregon dropped to 11-3 and 2-2.
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April 7, 1998
The Sparks, already with a noticeable USC look, added another former Trojan on Monday when they traded with the Sacramento Monarchs for Pam McGee. She is a 6-foot-3 forward who helped lead USC to NCAA women's basketball championships in 1983 and '84, playing alongside Rhonda Windham, the Sparks' general manager. "Pam brings years of basketball experience and winning to our organization," Windham said. "She is a proven leader on and off the court.
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