Jo Hill

Jo Hill played for the Australia women's national basketball team during the late 1990s and early 2000s, and competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, where she won a silver medal. She attended the Australian Institute of Sport in 1992-1993. Jo Hill also represented Australia at the 1998 World Championship in Germany, where she won a bronze medal. In 1993, Jo was a member of Australia's first ever basketball gold medal winning team at the World Championships for Junior Women held in South Korea. In the domestic Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) Jo played over 300 games for North Adelaide (1989 - 1991), the Australian Institute of Sport (1992 -1993), Adelaide Lightning (1994 - 1999/00 and 2011/12), Canberra Capitals (2003/04) and Townsville Fire (2009/10 - 2010/11). Along with Jo, only 8 other players have played 300 or more games in the WNBL. Jo Hill also played several seasons in France and Spain during the mid to late 2000s. At 37, Jo announced her retirement from professional basketball at the conclusion of the 2010/11 WNBL season. However, she was enticed out of retirement to return to play for Adelaide Lightning for the 2011-12 season, where she was appointed captain.

In 1993, Jo won the Halls Medal for the best and fairest player in the South
Australian Women's competition. In season 1999/00, Jo was named into the WNBL All-Star Five. In 2003/04, Hill was awarded WNBL Life Membership.