USA Men's World Championship Qualifying Team -- All-Time Alphabetical Roster

  • Date:
    Dec 15, 2010

B
Jerome Beasley 2005 Sioux Falls Skyforce/ North Dakota
Corey Beck 1997 Sioux Falls Skyforce/ Arkansas
Charlie Bell 2005 Leche Rio (Spain)/Michigan State
Matt Bullard 1989 Iowa
Evers Burns 1997 Oklahoma City Cavalry/Maryland
C
Adam Chubb 2005 Ulsan Phoebus (Korea)/Pennsylvania
Tom Copa 1993 LaCrosse Catbirds/Marquette
Chris Corchiani 1989 North Carolina State
D
Antonio Davis 1989 Texas-El Paso
Greg Dennis 1989 East Tennessee State
E
Tyus Edney 2005 Lottomatica Roma (Italy)/UCLA
Harold Ellis 1993 Quad City Thunder/Morehouse
F
Jim Farmer 1997 Fort Wayne Fury/Alabama
Noel Felix 2005 Yakama Suns/Fresno State
G
Lynn Greer 2005 Dynamo Moscow (Russia)/Temple
Adrian Griffin 1997 Connecticut Pride/Seton Hall
H
Tang Hamilton 2005 Fayetteville Patriots/Mississippi State
Kermit Holmes 1997 Oklahoma City Cavalry/Oklahoma
J
Chris Jent 1993 Columbus Horizon/Ohio State
Reggie Jordan 1997 Sioux Falls Skyforce/New Mexico State
  1993 Grand Rapids Hoops/New Mexico State
L
Rusty LaRue 1997 Idaho Stampede/Wake Forest
Christian Laettner 1989 Duke
Kris Lang 2005 Unicaja Malaga (Spain)/North Carolina
M
Anthony Martin 1993 Rockford Lightning/Oklahoma
Bobby Martin 1993 Quad City Thunder/Pittsburgh
Erik Martin 1997 Idaho Stampede/Cincinnati
Rod Mason 1993 Omaha Racers/Creighton
Jason Matthews 1989 Pittsburgh
Mike McDonald 1997 Grand Rapids Hoops/New Orleans
Aaron McGhee 2005 Pusan KTF (Korea)/Oklahoma
Russ Millard 1997 LaCrosse Catbirds/Iowa
Rodney Monroe 1989 North Carolina State
N
Craig Neal 1993 Fort Wayne Fury/Georgia Tech
O
Billy Owens 1989 Syracuse
P
Gary Payton 1989 Oregon State
Elliot Perry 1989 Memphis State
Marque Perry 2005 Olympicos (Greece)/Saint Louis
R
Brian Rahilly 1993 LaCrosse Catbirds/Tulsa
Eldridge Recasner 1993 Yakama Sun Kings/Washington
S
Jason Sasser 1997 Sioux Falls Skyforce/Texas Tech
Alex Scales 2005 Samsung (Korea)/Oregon
Lionel Simmons 1989 LaSalle
Ron Slay 2005 Asheville Altitude/Tennessee
Doug Smith 1989 Missouri
W
Kelsey Weems 1993 Oklahoma City Cavalry/North Carolina State
Tony White 1993 LaCrosse Catbirds/Tennessee
Travis Williams 1997 Florida Beachdogs/South Carolina State

 

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