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During her freshman campaign, she set school records in every event in which she swam, captured four ACC championships and was a two-event All-American.

Christian Laettner The two-time NCAA champion is one of the most successful and infamous figures in college basketball history.

Other recipients of the Carol Eckman Award include Muffy Mc Graw, the current head coach at Notre Dame, The WBCA presents the award annually to an active member coach who exemplifies Eckman's spirit, integrity and character through sportsmanship, commitment to the student-athlete, honesty, ethical behavior, courage and dedication to purpose.

"I am pleased to present Naomi Graves with the Carol Eckman Award," said Danielle Donehew, executive director of the WBCA.

Shankle, who passed away last year at the age of 82, was also a track and field standout at Duke.

Additionally, Graves and her staff has spent the last two summers traveling internationally to Hong Kong, where they spread the goodwill of basketball through camps and clinics in Asia.After being named ACC Athlete of the Year in 1964, he was drafted by the St.Louis Hawks and then played for the Golden State Warriors.Mullins was an NBA All-Star in 1969, 19, helped the Warriors to the 1967 Western Conference title and was a member of their 1975 championship team, becoming the first player from Duke to win an NBA championship. Y., native coached UNC-Charlotte from 1985 to 1996 and took the 49ers to three NCAA tournaments.Tate Armstrong The Houston native was a member of the U. men's basketball team that won gold in the 1976 Montreal Games to reclaim the gold medal it lost four years earlier to the Soviet Union in Munich.

Additionally, Graves and her staff has spent the last two summers traveling internationally to Hong Kong, where they spread the goodwill of basketball through camps and clinics in Asia.

After being named ACC Athlete of the Year in 1964, he was drafted by the St.

Louis Hawks and then played for the Golden State Warriors.

Mullins was an NBA All-Star in 1969, 19, helped the Warriors to the 1967 Western Conference title and was a member of their 1975 championship team, becoming the first player from Duke to win an NBA championship. Y., native coached UNC-Charlotte from 1985 to 1996 and took the 49ers to three NCAA tournaments.

Tate Armstrong The Houston native was a member of the U. men's basketball team that won gold in the 1976 Montreal Games to reclaim the gold medal it lost four years earlier to the Soviet Union in Munich.

Armstrong played for Duke from 1973-1977, and in 1976 was named a first-team All-ACC performer.