Barb Franke #44 my paternal bio second cousin 1991...reality at last! She is 6'4" tall! 

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Barb Franke Hall of Famer...#44...Badger..my paternal bio 2nd cousin once removed....must read my book to find the synchcronicities and connection we had..she also was the one who helped me to reunite..I messaged her on FB in 2008 and the rest is history.

The basketball I carried off the plane I talk about in my book on page 136  and the #44 I saw in Toronto (pg 170) while on my search to find bios, was connected to my biological paternal 2nd cousin Barb Franke.. Hall of Fame..Badger from Wisconsin! If you read in my book..she explains my connection to the athletes and especially the basketball players I dated at San Jose State...it was a natural thing connected to my bio identity and I didn't even know it. Barb is 6'2"   There were runners as well which explains my dating athletes at SJS..black and white....she married another professional basket ball player who is 6'7"...


http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1996-02-22/sports/9602220153_1_wisconsin-hawkeyes-badgers



 2. Barb Franke - 1,994 Cedar Falls, IA

Season Games FG-A Pct. Reb. Ast. Pts. - Avg.

1991-92 29 128 - 236 .542 201 19 328 - 11.3

1993-94 27 189 - 335 .564 225 44 517 - 19.1

1994-95 29 199 - 398 .500 229 41 548 - 18.9

1995-96 23 225 - 426 .528 226 45 601 - 20.7

Totals 114 741 - 1,395 .531 881 149 1,994 - 17.5

Inducted into the UW Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005 ... led the Badgers to an unprecedented three 20-win seasons and three NCAA bids ... finished just six points shy of becoming a 2,000-point scorer ... reached the 1,000-point milestone in 64 career games ... started and played in a record 114-consecutive games ... hit a career-high 38 points against Purdue and set the then-UW single season scoring record with 601 points in a season ... voted team MVP her last two years ... led the Badgers in scoring, rebounding and blocks her last three years ... named first-team All-Big Ten by both the coaches and media ... two-time Associated Press All-America honorable mention and two-time Kodak District IV All-America honorable mention (1995 and 1996) ... became Wisconsin’s third professional women’s basketball player (drafted by ABL in 1998 and played professionally in France in 1996)

http://www.uwathletics.com/hall_of_fame/year.aspx?HOFID=31


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