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USA Basketball Well Represented in the 2019 Women's NCAA Tournament

  • Date:
    Mar 19, 2019

No fewer than 30 teams that will compete in the 2019 Women's NCAA Tournament have athletes and/or coaches with USA Basketball ties. Who are they and how are they connected? 

The complete list is below. Download the full listing (PDF) to find out who played on or coached for which USA Basketball team.

NCAA Schools Represented

Arizona State
Auburn
Baylor
Connecticut
California
DePaul
Florida State
Indiana
Iowa
Iowa State
Kentucky
Louisville
Maryland
Miami
Michigan
Michigan State
Mississippi State
North Carolina
Notre Dame
Oregon
Oregon State
Princeton
Rice
Rutgers
South Carolina
Stanford
Tennessee
Texas
Texas A&M
UCLA

Athletes

Bella Alarie (Princeton)
Kristine Anigwe (California)
Janelle Bailey (North Carolina)
Erin Boley (Oregon)
Jaelyn Brown (California)
Jenna Brown (Stanford)
Kalani Brown (Baylor)
Kennedy Burke (UCLA)
Recee Caldwell (California)
Chennedy Charter (Texas A&M)
Charli Collier (Texas)
Napeesha Collier (Connecticut)
Sidney Cooks (Michigan State)
Lauren Cox (Baylor)
Crystal Dangerfield (Connecticut)
Aquira DeCosta (Baylor)
Maya Dodson (Stanford)
Asia Durr (Louisville)
Andra Espinoza-Hunter (Mississippi State)
Dana Evans (Louisville)
Oti Gildon (Oregon)
Tyasha Harris (South Carolina)
Ruthy Hebard (Oregon)
Destanni Henderson (South Carolina)
Nazahrah Hillmon-Baker (Michigan)

Rhyne Howard (Kentucky)
Sabrina Ionescu (Oregon)
Alexis Jennings (South Carolina)
Ashley Joens (Iowa State)
Paris Kea (North Carolina)
Destiny Littleton (Texas)
Katie Lou Samuelson (Connecticut)
Marina Mabrey (Notre Dame)
Teaira McCowan (Mississippi State)
Lauryn Miller (UCLA)
Taylor Mikesell (Maryland)
Beatrice Mompremier (Miami)
Nancy Mulkey (Rice)
Taylor Murray (Kentucky)
Valencia Myers (Florida State)
Olivia Nelson-Ododa (Connecticut)
Arike Ogunbowale (Notre Dame)
Ali Patberg (Indiana)
Sedona Prince (Texas)
Abby Prohaska (Notre Dame)
Reili Richardson (Arizona State)
Honesty Scott-Grayson (Baylor)
Jessica Shepard (Notre Dame)
Destiny Slocum (Oregon State)
NaLyssa Smith (Baylor)
Alecia Sutton (Texas)
Brianna Turner (Notre Dame)
Destinee Walker (North Carolina)
Megan Walker (Connecticut)
Evina Westbrook (Tennessee)
Jatarie White (Texas)
Christyn Williams (Connecticut)
Anna Wilson (Stanford)

Coaches

Geno Auriemma (Connecticut)
Courtney Banghart (Princeton)
Kim Barnes Arico (Michigan)
Gary Blair (Texas A&M)
Lisa Bluder (Iowa)
Doug Bruno (DePaul)
Jamie Carey (Texas)
Cori Close (UCLA)
Bill Fennelly (Iowa State)

Kelly Graves (Oregon)
Sylvia Hatchell (North Carolina)
Muffett McGraw (Notre Dame)
Katie Meier (Miami)
Kim Mulkey (Baylor)
Carol Owens (Notre Dame)
Scott Rueck (Oregon State)
Sue Semrau (Florida State)

Dawn Staley (South Carolina)
C. Vivian Stringer (Rutgers)
Charli Turner Thorne (Arizona State)
Tara VanDerveer (Stanford)
Jeff Walz (Louisville)
Holly Warlick (Tennessee)
Terri Williams-Flournoy (Auburn)

 

 

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