Chelsea McMillan
Chelsea McMillan
Year: 2017
Team: Women's Basketball

Chelsea McMillan, known to everyone as C-Mac, is the sixth person affiliated with the women’s basketball program to be inducted into the USC Upstate Athletics Hall of Fame.

A native of East Gadsden, Fla., McMillan was a standpoint on the women’s basketball team from 2008-11. Despite only playing three seasons with the Spartans, McMillan compiled over 1,300 points and 500 rebounds for her career.

McMillan ranks fifth all-time at Upstate with 886 rebounds and ninth in scoring with 1,301 points. Her 1,301 career points also put her 44th all-time in ASUN history.

A two-time ASUN First Team All-Conference performer, McMillan is the only Spartan women’s basketball player in program history to be named ASUN Player of the Year, earning the honor in 2010-11. She also led the conference that season with 534 points and 195 made field goals.

McMillan is well-represented in the Upstate record book, tying for first in single-season offensive rebound average; while owning both the second- and third-best season offensive rebound total, and third-best season rebounding total. She also ranks in the top 10 all-time for the Spartans in blocks, blocked shot average, offensive rebound average, defensive rebound average, rebounding average, offensive rebounds, free throw percentage, rebounds, defensive rebounds, scoring average, free throws made, free throws attempted, points and field goals attempted.

Since Upstate moved to the Division I ranks in 2007-08, McMillan can also be listed as one of the top players to play for the Green and Black during that era. She is the Division I all-time leader in scoring average, rebounding average, offensive rebound average, blocks and blocked shot average. McMillan ranks in the top five in scoring, field goals made, field goals attempted, field goal percentage, free throws made, free throws attempted, free throw percentage, rebounds, defensive rebounds, offensive rebounds, steals and steals average. She also ranks sixth in games started, eighth in games played and nine in minutes.