KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 16 (UPI) -- North Carolina Coach Sylvia Hatchell is among the six inductees for the Class of 2004 for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
The others are college coaches Marian Washington and Amy Ruley, international leader Bill Wall, Canadian player and coach Bev Smith, and player Lurlyne Greer Rogers.
Hatchell has won 630 games and a national championship with the Tar Heels. In 17 seasons at UNC, she has won twice as many games as she has lost, and led the school to national championship in 1994.
Hatchell also won an AIAW title in 1982 and an NAIA crown in 1986 at Francis Marion. She has a career record of 630-255.
Washington is 551-347 in 30 years at Kansas, and was the first black woman to be part of an Olympic staff in 1996.
Ruley has guided North Dakota State to five national titles in 24 seasons at the Division II school.
The Hall has 79 inductees, including Texas Coach Judy Conradt, president of the Hall of Fame's board of directors.