Colorado great makes list of top Pac-12 women’s basketball players of all time

With 10 of the conference’s 12 schools departing for other leagues this summer, the Pac-12 as we know it is coming to a close. In turn, many are looking back at the Pac-12’s rich history on the basketball court.

ESPN released a top 50 ranking of the greatest Pac-12 women’s basketball players of all time and former Colorado star Mya Hollingshed just barely made the cut at No. 49.

Hollingshed played five seasons in Boulder (2017-22) and stands as the program’s all-time leader in games played with 141, although current Buff Jaylyn Sherrod (136) hopes to pass that mark. She’s also one of only six CU players to reach 1,600 career points and 900 rebounds.

ESPN also considered Sherrod, Chucky Jeffery and Kennedy Leonard for the top 50. Jeffery, who played the first two seasons of her college career in the Big 12, scored 1,644 points as a Buff while Leonard is the team’s all-time leader in assists (664).

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