Three Redbirds Named to IBCA Hall of Fame

Dec. 15, 2011

NORMAL, Ill. - Former Illinois State men's basketball stars Steve Arends and George Terry, along with former Redbird women's basketball all-conference selection Amanda Glazebrook, have each been selected to be inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) Hall of Fame, as announced by the organization.

The induction ceremony will be held on the campus of Illinois State University at the Bone Student Center on April 28, 2012.

Arends lettered at Illinois State from 1965-68 and posted 1,267 points in his career, which ranks No. 20 in ISU history. His 885 career rebounds is the fourth-highest total in school history, while he averaged 10.4 boards per game during his career for the third-best average.

Terry earned All-America honors in 1968, as a teammate of Arends, and lettered for ISU during the 1965-68 seasons. His 1,470 career points rank No. 9 in school history and his 18.6 points per game over his career ranks No. 5. Terry's most-prolific season was his senior campaign when he scored 609 points, while shooting 48.5 percent from the floor.

Glazebrook lettered at ISU from 1991-95, and her 239 career assists ranks No. 16 in school history. Glazebrook averaged 2.3 assists per game throughout her career, putting her at No. 16 in the record books. She handed out 66 assists as a sophomore in 26 games, the highest-single season total of her career. Your online source for Illinois State Athletics, tickets, Weisbecker Scholarship Fund gifts, multimedia, Redbird merchandise, photos and more.