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Born: Mfon Sunday Udoka on June 16, 1976, in Portland, Oregon

Pronounced(Oom-fon U-dough-kuh)

Nicknames: “Fon” or “Fonnie”

Position: Forward/Center

Height: 6-0

Weight: 187

College: DePaul

Her father, Vitalis, was born in Nigeria

Has two brothers, James and Ime

Ime played basketball at the University of San Francisco

Would like to visit Africa and explore her Nigerian heritage

Credits her high school coach, Dennis Carline, for her development

Played volleyball at Benson High School (Portland, OR)

Enjoys community work and writing

If she wasn’t playing basketball, she would study biology and become a pathologist

Interested in pursuing career in television after basketball playing days are over

Enjoys watching Days of Our Lives

Lists favorite actor as Samuel L. Jackson and actress as Sharon Stone

~ Professional Career ~

2007: With TARBES GESPE BIGORRE Elite(Euro League)

2004-05 :With Novosibirsk (Russian Pro League)

2004 : Olympic Games with Nigeria

- Averaged 21.7 ppg + 10 rpg - 2nd in scoring + 1st in off.rebounds

2004 : played with Cadi (Spanish Pro League) - Averaged 33.1 minutes + 12.9 points + 7.5 rebounds

2003 : played with Houston (WNBA) - Averaged 10 minutes + 3.2 points + 2 rebounds

2003 : played with Chicago Blaze (NWBL-USA) - Averaged 18.3 points + 8.7 rebounds

2001-02 : Played briefly with Ramat Hasharon, Israel First Division, and then went to Beijing, China where she completed the 2002 season.

2001 : played with Birmingham (NWBL-USA) - Averaged 15 points + 9 rebounds

2000-01 : played with Boa Viagem (Portugal) - Averaged 26 points + 14 rebounds

1998 : played with Detroit (WNBA)

~ College Career ~

DePaul University 1998, NCAA Division I. Averaged 20.1 points and 11.7 rebounds as a senior at DePaul with 69 career blocks, 196 career steals, .530 career field goal percentage. Finished as DePaul's #2 all-time leading rebounder with 1047 total rebounds. Two-time first team All-Conference USA performer. Second in the nation in rebounds among NCAA Division I players (12 rpg during 96-97 season).

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