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FIBA AmeriCup for Women -- All-Time USA Alphabetical Roster

  • Date:
    Jun 10, 2010


Seimone Augustus 2007 Minnesota Lynx / LSU
Jennifer Azzi 1993, 1989 Stanford
Shanda Berry 1993 Iowa
Sue Bird 2007 Seattle Storm / Connecticut
Ruthie Bolton 1993 Auburn
Rebekkah Brunson 2007 Sacramento Monarchs / Georgetown
Vicky Bullet 1989 Maryland
Heather Burge 1993 Virginia
Edna Campbell 1997, 1989 Colorado Xplosion / Texas
Jordin Canada 2019 Seattle Storm / UCLA
Swin Cash 2007 Detroit Shock / Connecticut
Daedra Charles 1989 Tennessee
Tina Charles 2019 New York Liberty / Connecticut
Napheesa Collier 2019 Minnesota Lynx / Connecticut
Sylvia Crawley 1997 Colorado Xplosion / North Carolina
Diamond DeShields 2019 Chicago Sky / Tennessee
Medina Dixon 1989 Old Dominion
Stefanie Dolson 2019 Chicago Sky / Connecticut
Teresa Edwards 1997 Atlanta Glory / Georgia
Sylvia Fowles 2019 Minnesota Lynx / LSU
Katryna Gaither 1997 San Jose Lasers / Notre Dame
Linda Godby 1993 Auburn
Molly Goodenbour 1993 Stanford
Vicki Hall 1989 Texas
Dena Head 1993 Tennessee
Dale Hodges 1997 St. Joseph's
Chamique Holdsclaw 1997 Tennessee
Pauline Jordan 1989 Nevada - Las Vegas
Venus Lacey 1989 Louisiana Tech
Kara Lawson 2007 Sacramento Monarchs / Tennessee
Lisa Leslie 1993 Southern California
Nancy Lieberman-Cline 1989 Old Dominion
Michelle Marciniak 1997 Long Beach Stingrays / Tennessee
Nikki McCray 1993 Tennessee
Carla McGhee 1993 Tennessee
Taj McWilliams 1997 Philadelphia Rage / St. Edwards
DeLisha Milton-Jones 2007 Washington Mystics / Florida
Beth Morgan 1997 Philadelphia Rage / Notre Dame
Olivia Nelson-Ododa 2019 Connecticut
Arike Ogunbowale 2019 Dallas Wings / Notre Dame
Courtney Paris 2007 Oklahoma
Candace Parker   2007 Tennessee
Cappie Pondexter 2007 Phoenix Mercury / Rutgers
Franthea Price 1989 Iowa
Sheri Sam 1997 San Jose Lasers / Vanderbilt
Katie Lou Samuelson 2019 Chicago Sky / Connecticut
Khadijah Sessions 2019 South Carolina
Katie Smith 2007,
Detroit Shock
Columbus Quest / Ohio State
Rhonda Smith 1997 Seattle Reign / Washington
Dawn Staley 1993 Virginia
Katie Steding 1993 Stanford
Andrea Stinson 1989 North Carolina State
Brittney Sykes 2019 Atlanta Dream / Syracuse
Diana Taurasi 2007 Phoenix Mercury / Connecticut
Tina Thompson 2007 Houston Comets / Southern California
Penny Toler 1989 Long Beach State
Elizabeth Williams 2019 Atlanta Dream / Duke

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