Angie Polk-Jones

Angie Polk-Jones

Angie Polk-Jones

A three sport letter-winner in volleyball, softball, and basketball, Angie Polk-Jones led the Grimsley Whirlies to the 1985 NCHSAA State Softball Championship. Perhaps the top women’s basketball player in history at UNC Greensboro, Polk-Jones remains the Spartans’ all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points and led her teams to a 93-22 record in four years. An All-American, Polk-Jones was the school’s first athlete to have a jersey retired (1989) and was a member of the team which reached the NCAA Division III Final Four in 1988. Polk-Jones was head girls’ basketball coach at Grimsley for eight years and an assistant coach at UNCG for three seasons. Since 1990, Polk-Jones has had a distinguished career in Guilford County education. Polk-Jones currently is principal of the new Middle College High School at UNCG.

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