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Joy Jeter | College Player | Inducted 1995

Joy Jeter re-wrote the University of New Haven record book during her four-year career. From 1985-1989, the Chargers were 102-22, won four New England Collegiate Conference titles, two NCAA Division II New England Regional Championships, and a National Championship (1987).

Jeter’s accomplishments during that time earned her a place in the NCAA record book. She was named NCAA MVP and All-Tournament Team in 1987. She was a three-year Division II Ko-dak All-American (1987-1989). Her statistics appear on several NCAA record sheets: #10 career points (2,299), #5 rebounds (1,486), # 13 rebound average (12.2), #4 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds (2,299 points, 1,486 rebounds).

Jeter’s name appears frequently in the UNH record book: #1 points in a year (648), #1 rebounds in a season (429), #7 best field goal percentage (.501), #1 most career points (2,299), # 1 most career rebounds (1,486), #8 career assists (284), #9 career steals (221).