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Marsha Sharp

Marsha Sharp

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Born August 31, 1952, Marsha Sharp attended high school in Tulia, Texas and graduated from Wayland Baptist University in Plainview in 1974. She received her master's degree in 1976 from West Texas State University in Canyon. Coached six years on the high school level at Lockney, directing the Lady Longhorns to three district titles while going 126-63, which opened the door to a career coaching for Texas Tech.


She was head coach of Texas Tech University's women's basketball team, the Lady Raiders in 1982 and retired after 24 years. In 2003, Sharp was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. The Marsha Sharp Center for Student-Athletes on the campus of Texas Tech and the Marsha Sharp Freeway in Lubbock are both named after her.


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