Tammy Greene
Tammy Greene
Class of: 1994
Sport(s): Women's Basketball
Inducted: 1999

Tammy Greene is one of the most remarkable women’s basketball players to hit the court at Philadelphia University. As a freshman, she received the following accolades: Leading scorer in the Mid-East Conference, "Rookie of the Year" in Mid-East Conference, 1st Team All-Conference (south) ECAC, and was voted "Freshman All-American” by the American Women in Sports Federation. As a sophomore, Greene was the first female to break the 1,000 point milestone. She was also selected league & tournament MVP and 1st team all ECAC and 2nd team All-American by the American Women in Sports Federation. In 1993 she was selected All-tournament team at Eastern Regional and Honorable mention at Kodak All-American. She was the 1994 Champion National Player of the Year, MVP of the NYCAC regular season, and post season tournament for three consecutive years and ECAC player of the year twice.

Greene finished her career as the all-time leading scorer with 2,490 points (for men and women). She is also the all-time leader in steals at 442 and holds the top four spots for steals in a season; 138 (92-93), 110 (93-94), 100 (91-92), 94 (90-91). Greene ranks fourth all-time in assists with 403, sixth all-time in made three-point field goals, and sixth all-time in three-point field goals attempted.