By the time Sue Galkantas graduated from Florida State in 1984 her name was atop almost every individual category in the record books, including having scored more points (2,323) than any player in FSU women’s or men’s basketball history. Galkantas was the most prolific scorer ever to play for Florida State, averaging 19.4 points per game over her career from 1981-84. In addition to her individual ability, Galkantas will be remembered for her contributions to the women’s basketball team during her All-American junior season. She led Florida State to a 24-6 record and a trip to the NCAA tournament. Galkantas is the first woman athlete at Florida State to have had her jersey number retired.