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Carol Balzejowski, also known as Carol Ann Blazejowski, is an American basketball player on the women's team who has brought glory and fame to her country.
Carol Balzejowski was born on September 29, 1956, in New Jersey. She has also served as a general manager and president of New York Liberty of WNBA.
In addition, she has been inducted into the various Hall of Fame for her incredible performance in her basketball career. Carol Balzejowski was selected for the Olympic team in 1980 after she recorded the highest points in the 1979 World Championships.
As a successful retired basketball player, Carol Blazejowski's net worth in 2021 ranges from $1 - 3 million.
Carol Balzejowski has not revealed any details on her annual income after retiring as a basketball player.
Carol Blazejowski is 5 ft 10 in (178 cm) tall.
Carol Blazejowski will turn 66 on September 29, 2022. She was born in New Jersey on September 29, 1956.
Carol Blazejowski was born in New Jersey, America, on September 29, 1956, to Leon and Grace Blazejowski. She went to Cranford High School and later to Montclair State college to complete her education. Her zodiac sign is Libra. She lives in Nutley with her parents.
Carol Blazejowski has not cast any light on her dating life.
Blazejowski is a gifted basketball player who was able to copy jump shots seen on television. She was in her senior year at Cranford High School when she started taking Basketball seriously.
When Carol Blazejowski was studying at Montclair State College, she played forward on the basketball team and managed to win championships from 1976 - 1978. Carol Blazejowski bagged the Wade Trophy for being the nation's best collegiate women's player in 1978.
Carol Blazejowski is also responsible for setting the Madison Square Garden record with 52 points for both males and females in 1977 when she played against Queens College.
After college, Carol Blazejowski played AAU basketball for two seasons with Pennsylvania, Crestettes, and Allentown. She scored more than 40 points in each game, led her team to the semi-finals, and achieved second place once.
After winning the 1979 championship, Carol Blazejowski was chosen for the '80s Olympics, but her dreams were dashed when the US boycotted the 1980 summer Olympics.
In 1977, Carol Blazejowski led a World University Games team in scoring, with 38 points lost to the Soviet Union.
In 1979, she participated in the Pan American Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The USA team performed victoriously in the first five games but lost to Cuba in the final and was awarded a Silver medal.
Carol Blazejowski represented the US team in the World University Games in Mexico City, Mexico. In this game, the US team bagged the gold medal after winning all seven games beating Cuba twice.
After her win in Mexico City, Carol Blazejowski played in the World Championship in Seoul, South Korea. Defeating Italy with a hair's breadth, the US team entered the final to face Canada.
After registering a marvelous win at the world championship, Carol Blazejowski went to Taipei, Taiwan, to play in the William Jones Cup and returned Victorious after winning all six games and was named to the Jones Cup All-Tournament Team.
By 1980, Carol Blazejowski was the highest-paid woman player in Pro Basketball League for Women but could only play for one season as the league folded after it. With the end of the league, Carol Blazejowski's playing career also ended.
Once her playing career ended, Carol Blazejowski landed a job at the front of the NBA (National Basketball Association where she served for five years before being promoted to the post of WNBA's New York Liberty's vice president (VP) and General manager on January 7, 1997. Later, Carol Blazejowski was made president on February 15, 2008.
In 2011, Carol Blazejowski joined her alma mater, Montclair State University, as Associate Vice President.
Carol Blazejowski was installed in the National Polish American Sports Hall of Fame and the Springfield, Massachusetts Basketball Hall of Fame in 1994.
Carol Blazejowski was inducted into the Women Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1999.
In 2017, the New Jersey Hall of Fame inducted Carol Blazjowski.
Cranford, New Jersey, basketball courts at Lincoln Park were dedicated to her to honor her in 2017.
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