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USA All-Time Women's U19 World Championship Alphabetical Roster

  • Date:
    Jan 1, 2000

  • As of 2017

A
Jordan Adams 2011 Mater Dei H.S.
Candice Agee 2013 Penn State
Bella Alarie 2017 Princeton
Jolene Anderson 2005 Wisconsin
Kristine Anigwe 2015 Desert Vista H.
Nicky Anosike 2005 Tennessee
Erika Arriaran 2005 Norco H.S.
Angela Aycock 1993 Kansas
B
LaSondra Barrett 2009 Louisiana State
Victoria Baugh 2007 Sacramento H.S.
Alana Beard 2001 Duke
Sydney Beasley 1985 James Madison
Angie Bjorklund 2007 University H.S.
Tera Bjorklund 2001 Colorado
Jeannie Boehm 2017 Harvard
Mae Ola Bolton 1985 Auburn
Kelsey Bone 2009 Dulles H.S.
Barbara Bootz 1985 Georgia
Juana Brown 1997 Harding Academy
Cierra Burdick 2011 Butler H.S.
C
Essence Carson 2005 Rutgers
Chennedy Carter 2017 Timberview H.S.
Tamika Catchings 1997 Duncanville H. S.
Shameka Christon 2001 Arkansas
Layshia Clarendon 2009 Cajon H.S.
Kristen Clement 1997 Cardinal O'Hara H. S.
Nia Coffey 2013 Hopkins H.S.
Marissa Coleman 2005 St. Johns College H.S.
Napheesa Collier 2015 Incarnate Word Academy
Lauren Cox 2015 Flower Mound H.S.
Mara Cunningham 1993 Vanderbilt
Monique Currie 2001 The Bullis School
D
Crystal Dangerfield 2017, Connecticut
  2015 Blackman H.S.
Karen Deden 1989 Washington
Allyssa DeHaan 2007 Michigan State
Diamond DeShields 2011 Norcross H.S.
Skylar Diggins 2009 Washington H.S.
Stefanie Dolson 2011 Connecticut
E
Kyra Elzy 1997 Tennessee
F
Kelly Faris 2009 Heritage Christian H.S.
G
Stephanie Garner 1985 Old Dominion
Bashaara Graves 2013 Tennessee
Gabby Green 2013 St. Mary's College H.S.
H
LeJuana Hardmon 1989 Georgia
Linnae Harper 2013 Whitney Young H.S.
Tyasha Harris 2017 South Carolina
Bria Hartley 2011 Connecticut
Dena Head 1989 Tennessee
Ruthy Hebard 2017 Oregon
Rachel Hemmer 1993 Stanford
Sonja Henning 1989 Stanford
Carla Holmes 1989 Maryland
Joyner Holmes 2017 Texas
Malina Howard 2011 Twinsburg H.S.
J
Floretta Jackson 1985 James Madison
Tamicha Jackson 1997 Louisiana Tech
Amy Jaeschke 2007 New Trier H.S.
Moriah Jefferson 2013 Connecticut
Dana Johnson 1993 Tennessee
Niesa Johnson 1993 Alabama
Shenise Johnson 2009 Miami (FL)
Alexis Jones 2013, Duke
  2011 Irving MacArthur H.S.
Alisha Jones 1985 Louisiana State
Curtycine Jones 1985 Texas
MaChelle Joseph 1989 Purdue
L
Crystal Langhorne 2005 Maryland
Erlana Larkins 2005 North Carolina
Jantel Lavender 2007 Cleveland Central Catholic H.S.
Melissa Lechlitner 2007 Notre Dame
Lisa Leslie 1989 Morningside H. S.
Rebecca Lobo 1993 Connecticut
Amy Lofstedt 1993 Virginia
Italee Lucas 2007 Centennial H.S.
M
Katina Mack 1993 Penn State
Michelle Marciniak 1993 Tennessee
Dawn Marsh 1985 Tennessee
Maylana Martin 1997 UCLA
Ariel Massengale 2011 Bolingbrook H.S.
Jessica Moore 2001 Connecticut
Loree Moore 2001 Narbonne H.S.
Mariya Moore 2015 Louisville
Maya Moore 2007 Collins Hill H.S.
Penny Moore 1989 Long Beach State
Carolyn Moos 1997 Blake H. S.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis 2011 Mater Dei H.S.
Jennifer Mowe 1997 Oregon
O
Nnemkadi Ogwumike 2009 Stanford
Vickie Orr 1985 Auburn
Gabbi Ortiz 2015 Oklahoma
Kayla Overbeck 2017 Vanderbilt
P
Courtney Paris 2005 Piedomnt H.S.
Kari Parriott 1989 Long Beach State
Ali Patberg 2015 Columbus North H.S.
Kayla Pedersen 2007 Red Mountain H.S.
Kelsey Plum 2013 La Jolla Country Day
Cappie Pondexter 2001 John Marshall H.S.
Nicole Powell 2001 Stanford
Samantha Prahalis 2009 Ohio State
Lynn Pride 1997 Kansas
R
Semeka Randall 1997 Trinity H. S.
Reili Richardson 2017 Arizon State
C'eira Ricketts 2009 Arkansas
Susan Robinson 1989 Penn State
Dawn Royster 1985 North Carolina
S
Gert Scott 1985 Louisiana State
Chay Shegog 2009 North Carolina
Destiny Slocum 2015 Mountain View H.S.
Katie Smith 1993 Ohio State
Taber Spani 2009 Metro Academy
Racquel Spurlock 1993 Louisiana Tech
Dawn Staley 1989 Virginia
Stacy Stephens 2001 Texas
Azurá Stevens 2015 Duke
Breanna Stewart 2013, Connecticut
  2011 Cicero-North Syracuse H.S.
Jackie Stiles 1997 Claflin H. S.
Ann Strother 2001 Highlands Ranch H.S.
Alecia 'Sug' Sutton 2017 Texas
T
Diana Taurasi 2001 Connecticut
Nichole Teasley 1997 St. John's at Prospect Hall
Jasmine Thomas 2007 Oakton H.S.
Krystal Thomas 2007 The First Academy
Shakayla Thomas 2015 Florida State
Morgan Tuck 2013, Connecticut
  2011 Bolingbrook H.S.
Brianna Turner 2013 Manvel H.S.
W
Megan Walker 2017 Monacan H.S.
Abby Waner 2005 ThunderRidge H.S.
Chatrice White 2015 Illinois
Wynter Whitley 2001 Holy Innocents' Episcopal
Candice Wiggins 2005 Stanford
Christyn Williams 2017 Central Arkansas Christian School
Destiny Williams 2009 Benton Harbor H.S.
Elizabeth Williams 2011 Princess Anne H.S.
A'ja Wilson 2015, South Carolina
  2013 Heathwood Hall H.S.
Yulonda Wimbish 1985 Texas
Christina Wirth 2005 Seton Catholic H.S.
Tiffany Woosley 1993 Tennessee
Monica Wright 2007 Virginia
Z
Julie Zeilstra 1989 Stanford
Sharnee' Zoll 2005 Virginia

 

 

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