LaQuan Stallworth (born May 17) is a former professional women's basketball player. She played for coach Leon Barmore and Kim Mulkey to play for Louisiana Tech University, from 1995 to 1999.
Stallworth went to play international basketball for Maccabi Ashdod in Ashdod, Israel, Dynamo Kursk in Kursk, Russia, USA Junior Olympic Team, China, Germany (Halle), and Ireland for Burnell. Stallworth was on the practice squad 2 times for WNBA Houston Comets (99 and 01). Stallworth retired from basketball in 2006.
Attended Louisiana Tech University, LaQuan has a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Information Systems. LaQuan currently holds several records at Louisiana Tech such as Defensive Player of the Year (3 years), Most Steals in Game, #3 in Assist, #1 in Most Assist in a Game, and Most NCAA Tournaments and the 2nd Player in Tech history to record over a 1000 pts and 500 assist. She holds record for Most Assist in NCAA Tournament.
LaQuan attended Silsbee High school, which was coached by Kim Albers, started all 4 years, 2 State Tournaments Championships Runner-up and Gatorade (WBCA) All-American throughout all 4 years. She received awards such as MVP of District (4 years) and All-State 1st Team (4 years). Stallworth's high school jersey was retired in 1995. Stallworth received the proclamation from the Mayor of Silsbee and placed on the Wall of Fame at Silsbee High School in 2016.
LaQuan started playing basketball at the age of 4 years old. LaQuan is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Stallworth wrote, produced, and directed her own indie film "Caught Between the Two" which discusses relationship issues and it was released in 2016 on Amazon.com. Stallworth will be working on her 2nd film "Sins of a Scorned Wife" for 2017 to be released late 2017 or early 2018. Stallworth also coached in the men's American Basketball Association (ABA) as the Head Coach for the Houston Red Storm and minor league basketball team the Houston Spirit. The greatest joy that Stallworth does is give back to the community. She is active in the Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, and Meals on Wheels program.