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Jefferson strives for Stardom in the WNBA

UNCASVILLE – Moriah Jefferson was back in Connecticut, this time playing for the San Antonio Stars in her WNBA debut. Jefferson finished the game with six...
Moriah Jefferson

UNCASVILLE - Moriah Jefferson was back in Connecticut, this time playing for the San Antonio Stars in her WNBA debut. Jefferson finished the game with six points and six assists in 25 minutes as the Stars won 74-67. Before the game Bob Rumbold talked to Jefferson about her transition to the pro game.

Jefferson made history when she, along with UConn teammates Breanna Stewart and Morgan Tuck, became the first collegiate players to win four women’s basketball national championships.

The lightning-fast point guard has always been a winner, going back to her high school days in Dallas, when she won four national home-school championships.

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