We have created this site to keep track of former letterwinners and where everyone may be now. We'll share news of Georgia State basketball and letterwinner events. Check on the women's basketball Facebook page as well.

2012 marked the 10th anniversary season of the NCAA team of 2001-02, so it was their turn to be recognized at Homecoming.

Here is what we know about some of our alums, but please contact us so we can add you or change any information. (Kroegiersjensen@gsu.edu or ctaylor@gsu.edu).

Where The Panthers Roam:

  • Terese Allen (1978-81) - She is the principal at Henderson Middle School in DeKalb County and stays in touch often with GSU.
  • Angela Anderson-Hurt ((1994-97) - She shares her love for basketball as the coach of Alpharetta High School girls' team.
  • Brownie Caldwell Farmer (1986-89) - If you listened to Georgia State football games you heard her on a halftime interview as her son now plays college football. Brownie is still a teacher.
  • Dawn Castlin (1983-85) - She works for Access Insurance Co. in metro Atlanta. Need insurance and good rates?
  • Traci Cheek Redish (1985-88) - The former Academic All-American is an academian at Kennesaw State as a professor who has developed programs for other schools.
  • Holly Coates (2001-04) - She works as an account manager with Sage Software in metro Atlanta.
  • Rose DeVito Daniel (1976-79) - One of the originals in getting Panther basketball going, she works in the Paulding Co. School System and has been back to GSU multiple times for reunions.
  • Anna Dunn James (1976-79) - She works for Delta Airlines as an Inventory Analyst. Did you know Anna was the first-ever GSU female basketball player to receive a scholarship to Georgia State? Now you do.
  • Kara Edwards (2000-03) - If you had her phone number, you'd have someone to call to put you up when you get a trip to Hawaii, where she now lives and works.
  • Josephine "Jo" Farmer (1970-72) - She has just retired from a teaching career. Even though she now 68 years young, she is still playing basketball. She played on a that just won the Gold Medal at the World Senior Games. In June, that team had won a Silver Medal in the National Senior Olympic Games in Houston, Texas. Before that, her team won the National Senior Olympics when played at Stanford. She proudly notes that girls basketball is forever.
  • Maxine Farmer ((1983-84) - Living in Ocala, Florida, area, Maxine was recently inducted in a Hall of Fame. One of her duties is coaching at Vanguard High.
  • Joyce Harrell (1977-80) - A successful business career has seen her travel the world. She currently lives in the D.C. area working for EMC2.
  • Patechia Hartman (2002-05) - This year, she coached against her coach Lea Henry, has both head up junior college programs. Hartman is at Atlanta Metro College just south of the GSU campus.
  • Angie Hembree (1981) - Her basketball experience has turned many high school programs into winners, currently at Norcross High in the metro Atlanta area.
  • Tammy T. Hill (1995-98) - Tammy has stayed in touch with Georgia State basketball, even working on the staff here. The former All-Conference player is helping teach her two children how to play and compete. She works as an I.T. consultant at Accenture.
  • Chris James (1997-99) - Chris has been more than busy since finishing her all-conference playing career a little over a decade ago. She earned a master's degree. She moved to New York City. She taught as a adjunct instructor at a community college. Currently, she is a Corporate Event Planner.
  • Lawana Johnson (1996-2000) - Lawana was at Georgia State when the Olympic Village was turned over to house the GSU students. She helped the 1999-2000 team earn a WNIT bid. She says she once scored 18 consecutive points in a six-minute span to help defeat Troy State. Johnson earned her degree in Nursing and has used that degree to make a living. She also stays active as a high school and college basketball referee.
  • San Kegler Wiggins (1989-93) - A corrections office with the Atlanta Department of Corrections, she was last year's CAA Legend rep for Georgia State. She volunteer coaches at Atlanta Christian Academy.
  • Marica Maddox (1999-2002) - Runs Maddox Management and creative in the metro area.
  • Sheryl Martin (1981-83) - A former CAA Legend, she works in the DeKalb DFCS as a software support specialist.
  • Dee Dee Merriweather Dennis (2002-05) - She is making a habit of coaching against Georgia State every year now it seems as an assistant coach at Kennesaw State.
  • Renee Patton (1990-93) - She works for Home Depot and still lives in the metro Atlanta area.
  • Shanetta Reid (1994-96) - This former Panther remembers being on campus during the planning of the Olympics 1989-and then the hosting of the Olympic Games inside the GSU Sports Arena. She has enjoyed a trip to Hawaii since her graduation.
  • Timetra Richmond (2003-06) - She works for the Raytheon Co. as a software engineer and lives in Alabama.
  • Evita Rogers (1999-2003) - She played pro basketball in Portugal, getting a chance to visit Sweden, England, Korea, Spain, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica. She followed that by earning her master's degree in sports management from GSU. Enjoying her time on the conference championship teams at GSU, Rogers, now a Fitness Manager and Head Trainer for Anytime Fitness, is a willing participant in things like skydiving, ziplining and deep sea fishing. Like a coach, she enjoys preparing clients to run 5k races and sees their satisfaction of accomplishment when the training pays off.
  • Vatai Smith (2005-08) - A criminal justice major, she now works for the City of Greensboro (N.C.) Police Department.
  • Mable Thomas (1976-77) - Able Mable has had a successful career in politics, serving in Georgia's House of Representatives and on the Atlanta City Council.
  • Yvette Tisdale (2000-04) - Yvette still lives in metro Atlanta and works at Hillside Hospital.