Tasha Humphrey joins an elite list of SEC Legends as a 4-time All-America for The Georgia Lady Bulldogs 2005-2008 one of only 3 players in SEC history to be named All-America all 4 years.

Tasha Humphrey :


666 free throw shots UGA Record

522 free throws made UGA Record

2272 points 2nd place all-time UGA

1080 rebounds 4th place all-time UGA



11th overall pick WNBA Draft 2008




6’ 3” Forward Gainesville Georgia


Tasha Humphrey during her playing time at Georgia ranked # 2 in The SEC in scoring, # 3 in The SEC in rebounding, # 2 in The SEC in three-point Field Goal percentage, # 4 in The SEC in free throw percentage, # 5 in The SEC in minutes played and # 14 in The SEC in Field Goal Percentage. A remarkable showing in The SEC and nationally and thus All-America EVERY year for us.


Tasha Humphrey was named Miss Georgia Basketball 2001 2003 and 2004 at Gainesville High School by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.


Tasha Humphrey was also named the Gatorade Georgia Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004 at Gainesville High School.


Tasha Humphrey was named 3-Time Parade All-America at Gainesville High School.


Tasha Humphrey was named Consensus 1st Team All-America by USA Today, Parade, Street & Smith’s and SLAM while at Gainesville High School.


Tasha Humphrey was McDonald’s All-American at Gainesville High School.




Tasha Humphrey played Center in the WNBA.


Tasha Humphrey’s mother who helped coach her at Georgia with Andy Landers is Brenda Hill who had the Hall County Record for most points ever 1961 points which Tasha broke. And Tasha Humphrey’s father is Donnie Ray Humphrey Defensive Tackle at Auburn where he was All-American 1979 to 1983 and then in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers 3rd Round Draft Pick from Huntsville Alabama before his death 2014.



Tasha Humphrey is a sharpshooter big man a rare combination.


Tasha Humphrey has her degree from The University of Georgia.


Some of the others for Georgia who also have Won The SEC Women’s Basketball Legends are Saudia Roundtree 1994-96 Andy Landers Kiesha Brown 1996-97 and 1998-2001.





I loved watching Tasha Humphrey play and our teams were great.  It was loads of fun for all.  We have several top players this year for us and next season are adding-in 4 of the very best players in the nation to them and will be great next season.  We’ve won several big games in a row to lift our spirits.





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