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Candice Holley (born April 23, 1981 in Memphis, Tennessee) is a women's college basketball athlete that played for The University of Cincinnati and University of Mississippi.


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Early years

As a high school star at White Station under Betty Parks, Holley garnered first team All-State accolades. She averaged 19.1 points and 15.3 rebounds per game as a senior and also earned All-District, All-Regional and District Player of the Year honors. Holley was ranked among the top 100 in the nation by the All-Star Girls Report coming out of high school and was a WBCA All-American before graduating in 1999.

Collegiate career

Holley, a 6-1 forward, played for Cincinnati for two seasons (1999–2001) before transferring to Ole Miss in 2002. At Cincinnati, Holley earned Conference USA All-Freshman honors and finished third on the team in scoring. Holley earned Team Captain Honors while at Ole Miss.


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