HANOVER, N.H. — It has been a whirlwind few days for Knox native and Dartmouth College women’s basketball coach Adrienne Shibles.

On Sunday, Feb. 13, it was announced Shibles will be one of 12 people to be inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame.

Not to be outdone, on Wednesday, Feb. 16, it was announced Shibles will be one of 14 inducted into the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame.

Two Hall of Fame inductions in one week? Suffice to say, that is a hell of a week.

And an even better career that is chugging along as she is in her first season coaching the women’s basketball team at Division I Dartmouth.

“It has been overwhelming to receive the news of both inductions in the same week,” Shibles said. “I am honored to be in the company of so many iconic Maine leaders, and am grateful for the women I have coached through the years. Their dedication, loyalty and trust have resulted in many positive memories and outcomes. I am driven to accomplish the same legacy at Dartmouth, given time and effort.”

To say Shibles’ accomplishments are lengthy would be an understatement.

A 1987 Mount View High School of Thorndike graduate, Shibles, as a senior, was a key cog on the girls basketball team that won the Eastern Class B championship before she continued on to Bates College in Brunswick, where she was a two-time captain of the women’s team and a 1,000-point scorer.

Shibles said the state high school basketball championship game in 1987, a 38-36 loss to Messalonskee of Oakland, is “a contest that defined my life in many ways.”

She later became the women’s coach at Bowdoin College and, in 12 seasons, led the Polar Bears to a 281-65 record, two New England Small College Athletic Conference championships, 11 NCAA Tournament appearances, and back-to-back NCAA Division III title game appearances,

Shibles has more than 400 career college coaching wins, but her 281 at Bowdoin make her the winningest women’s basketball coach in that school’s history.

In the Maine Sports Hall of Fame, Shibles joins Ron Cote, Michael DeVito, Clare Egan, Ryan Flaherty, Christy Gardner, Mikey LeBlanc, Lori McPherson, Hank Pfeifle, Emily Caras Snyder, Diana Walker and Rod Wooton as 2022 inductees.

The dozen will be honored on Sunday, Oct. 30 at Merrill Auditorium in Portland.

In the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame, Shibles joins Kim Condon Lane, Laure Gott, Mark Karter, Steve LeVasseur, Rick McAvoy, Neile Joler Nelson, Crystal Pazdziorko, Jim Ray, Sharon Siebert, Ken Stone, Jeff Sturgeron, Julie Treadwell and Lee Williams.

The 14 will honored on Sunday, Aug. 28 At the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.

Shibles and her husband, Kirk Daulerio, have two children, Madeline and Elsa.