Jaterra Bonds Named to 2023 SEC Women’s Legends Class

Florida women’s basketball legend Jaterra Bonds has been named to the 2023 Southeastern Conference Women’s Legends Class.
The 2023 Class of Women’s Legends showcases former student-athletes and coaches from all 14 SEC member institutions.  The women’s legends program began in 2001 with classes chosen every year with the exception of 2021 and 2022.
Bonds, the seventh-leading scorer in program history with 1,602 points, was named a First Team All-SEC honoree in the 2014 coaches’ poll and a Second Team All-SEC in the media poll. During the 2013 season, Bonds was named Honorable Mention All-SEC and was a 2011 SEC All-Freshman Team member. Bonds was also honored for her work off the court, being named to the 2013 and 2014 SEC Community Service Team.
A two-time SEC Player of the Week, Bonds played the most minutes in Florida history at 4,294 and appeared in the second-most games of any UF women’s basketball player with 137. With 412 made free throws, she boasts the second-most in Florida’s record book.
The class will be honored at the 2023 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament, March 1-5 in Greenville, S.C.  Each legend will be recognized during half-time of their teams first game of the tournament, as well as a group introduction at halftime of the second semifinal game on Saturday.  
Below is the list of the 2023 SEC Women’s Legends:
– Jackie Traina, Alabama, Softball, 2011-14
– Deena Drossin Kastor, Arkansas, 1992-96
– Kasey Cooper, Auburn, Softball, 2014-17
– Jaterra Bonds, Florida, Basketball, 2010-14
– Allison Schmitt, Georgia, Swimming, 2009-13
– A’dia Mathies, Kentucky, Basketball, 2009-13
– Kimberlyn Duncan, LSU, Track & Field, 2009-13
– Bianca Thomas, Ole Miss, Basketball, 2006-10
– Morgan William, Mississippi State, Basketball, 2014-18
– Tracy Ellis-Ward, Missouri, Basketball, 1984-88
– A’ja Wilson, South Carolina, Basketball, 2015-18
– Sheila Frost, Tennessee, Basketball, 1985-89
– Gary Blair, Texas A&M, Basketball Coach, 2003-22
– Michelle Palmisano, Vanderbilt, Basketball, 1994-97