It didn’t take long for Marqu’es Webb to become a fan favorite during her four-year career with Vanderbilt women’s basketball. The 6-1 Montgomery, Alabama, native played in 119 games for the Commodores, including 80 starts. She compiled 875 points and 703 rebounds for her career and shot 55.5 percent from the floor across four seasons. As a senior, Webb as elected by her peers as the Chair of the SEC’s first-ever Leadership Council and was a part of the voting process at NCAA Convention.
Today, Webb has forged a professional basketball career as a member of Zabiny Brno in the Czech Republic. Webb recently caught up with the Commodore Insider Podcast to discuss her career overseas, reflect on her time at Vanderbilt, assess the current state of Commodore women’s basketball and more.