When four-time letterwinner and three-time All-Ivy recipient Dionne Anthon took off her Penn women's basketball uniform for the last time, she did so as one of the greatest to ever wear the Red and Blue. That remains true to this day.
Upon graduation, Anthon was the women's basketball program's record holder with the highest career free throw percentage -- she was 79.5 percent for her career from the charity stripe (295-of-371) -- and held the record for made free throws in a game with 13. She was also second all-time in career assists (294), assists in a game (11), free throw percentage in a single season (81.9% in 1990-91), free throws made in a career (295), field goals made in a career (485), and career points (1,293). Nearly 20 years later, Anthon remains in the top 10 all-time in each of those categories and is currently sits fourth on the all-time scoring list in Quakers history.
A two-time All-Big 5 honoree, Anthon is one of just 14 Quakers to record 10 or more double-doubles in her career. She earned honorable mention All-Ivy recognition as a sophomore, was a second-team All-Ivy member as a junior, and a first-team All-Ivy selection as a senior. In her final year in the Red and Blue, Anthon led Penn in scoring with 15.5 points per game en route to Team MVP and second-team All-Big 5 honors.
In addition to her on-court accolades, Anthon was also selected for Academic All-Ivy as a senior.