TOLEDO, OH – The law firm of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, is pleased to announce that attorney Dana Drew Shah has been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.
Shaw followed an impressive high school career with remarkable college accomplishments. A 1990 Indiana All-Star, AP 1st team all-state and Parade Magazine honorable mention All-American, she graduated with 1,125 career points at Penn and Valparaiso high schools. Averaging 15.4 points and five assists per game as a senior, she helped Valpo to a 22-1 record leading them to sectional and regional titles that season. Scoring in double figures in every game she played at the University of Toledo, she scored a school-record 1,919 career points, in addition to a school-record 659 career assists. Twice named the Mid American Conference Player of the Year, she was also the three-time MAC Tournament MVP and a two-time GTE Academic All-American on teams that won three conference championships, made three NCAA Tournament appearances and one WNIT appearance. She played professionally in Italy and in 2012 had her jersey retired at Toledo. Earning a law degree from Toledo, she has been a legal consultant and representative for professional and college coaches in the NBA, WNBA, internationally and in high-major college basketball conferences.
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