GFA girls varsity basketball coach Maria Conlon has earned yet another distinction from her own playing days after Hearst Media Connecticut, which publishes a number of daily and weekly newspapers throughout the state, announced she was a member of GameTimeCT's All-Decade team for 2000-2009.
Conlon was a prolific star player at Seymour High School, graduating in the year 2000. She then attended the University of Connecticut, where she helped the Huskies win three national championships.
The media outlet published the team on Tuesday.
Here's what GameTimeCT wrote about Conlon's career at Seymour High School.
"Conlon helped Seymour to a 96-4 record in her career, including part of a 62-game winning streak and two CIAC state championships. She graduated with the state record in 3-pointers (246), finishing with 1,727 points, 672 assists, 650 steals and 625 rebounds for her career. Was the Gatorade State Player of the Year in 1998 and the New Haven Register All-State MVP in 2000. Played at UConn where she won three national titles. As a coach led Notre Dame-Fairfield to the 2022 CIAC Class L championship and is currently the head coach at Greens Farms Academy."
Earlier this year, Conlon was named to the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame.
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Top photo courtesy of the Connecticut Post.