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Tracey Hall Yarbrough Visits Open Gym

THY Visits

Tracey Hall Yarbrough, one of the great players in the rich history of The Ohio State University, stopped by Beaumont’s open gym on Saturday (Oct. 14) morning to talk to the team before the upcoming season.

Tracey played for the Buckeyes from 1985-88, earning first team All-America honors in her last two seasons while becoming the Big Ten’s first two-time Kodak All-American.

The Ohio State University Department of Athletics paid tribute to one of the all-time greats to don the scarlet and gray when it retired the No. 44 jersey of two-time All-American. She is just the second women’s basketball player at Ohio State to have her number retired after Katie Smith’s No. 30 was retired in 2001.

Almost thirty years have come and gone since Tracey’s collegiate career ended, but she still ranks second on the school’s all-time rebounding list (1,115 boards) and sixth on the all-time scoring list (1,912 points).

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