LaShondra Dixon-Gordon, Hampton – Dixon-Gordon was a four-year women’s basketball standout at Hampton where she helped lead the Lady Pirates to NCAA Division I Tournament first-round appearances in 2000 and 2003. An MEAC All-Tournament Team performer in each of her four years, Dixon-Gordon graduated as the school’s second-leading all-time scorer with 1,967 points. She led the conference in scoring each of her last two years and was recognized as a two-time Black College Sports Information Directors of America (BCSIDA) All-American.
As a senior, Dixon-Gordon led the MEAC in scoring with 18.2 points per game and was third in 3-point percentage (.326) and 3-pointers per game (1.8). She finished second in school history in made free-throws (453) and attempts (600). Also, she ranks sixth in the Hampton record books in career assists (363) and is one of only four Hampton women’s basketball players to have her jersey retired. After a successful collegiate career, Dixon-Gordon served as an assistant coach at Hampton from 2004-2009. Currently, she is in her seventh year as an assistant coach at Norfolk State, where she holds responsibilities of guard development and recruiting coordinator for the women’s basketball team.