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

  • Date:
    Oct 23, 2012

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

 

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