| Chioma Nnamaka|| Basketball Player|
| Georgia Institute of Technology|Chioma Nnamaka Wikipedia
Chioma Nnamaka (born June 15, 1985 in Uppsala, Sweden) is a Swedish professional female basketball player and a member of Sweden women's national basketball team.
Nnamaka attended high school at Fryshusets Kunskaps Centrum. Playing basketball, she helped her team to win the Swedish Championship on three occasions. Nnamaka then went to the United States to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology. She made the Dean's list studying International Affairs, and played basketball for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets women's basketball team.
Nnamaka was selected 21st overall in the 2008 WNBA Draft by the San Antonio Silver Stars with their first pick. She was the highest draft pick ever chosen from Georgia Tech. She was then traded on the same day to the expansion team Atlanta Dream, where she completed her rookie season. On January 14, 2009 Nnamaka was waived from the roster.Co-Captain of Georgia Institute of Technology Women’s Basketball Team (2006-present)
All Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman Team (2004)
Atlantic Coast Conference Rookie of the week (December 2004)
Most Valuable Player of the Swedish Championship (2003)