- Rebecca Lobo
- Sue Bird
- Lisa Fernandez
Height: 6-4/ 1,93
Weight: 185lbs/ 89.3kg
College: Connecticut '95
- One of the WNBA’s original players assigned to the New York Liberty, along with Teresa Weatherspoon, in the
- WNBA’s first player allocations on January 22, 1997.
- Spent first five years of her career with New York
- Acquired by the Comets from the New York Liberty in exchange for Houston’s second-round selection (26th overall) in the 2002 WNBA Draft
- Voted as a member of the first-ever WNBA Eastern Conference All-Star Team in 1999 held at Madison Square Garden (did not play due to injury) and was named to the All-WNBA Second Team in 1997.
- Retired October 2003
Height 5-9 / 1,75
Weight: 150 lbs. / 68,0 kg.
College: Connecticut '02
- 2003 First Team All-WNBA2003 WNBA
- Western Conference All-Star scoring 11 points
- Scored career-high and franchise-record 33 points on 8/9/02 vs. Fire
- Started for the Western Conference in the 2002 WNBA All-Star Game, handing out record eight assists
- In first WNBA action, notched 19 points, five steals, three assists and two rebounds
- Member of NCAA Division I Championship Connecticut in 2000 and 2002
- Two-time All-American
- 2002 Wade Trophy recipient
- 2002 Associated Press and Naismith Player of the Year
- Winner of the 2002 Honda Award for Women’s Basketball
- Recipient of the first annual Senior CLASS Award, presented to the nation’s most outstanding senior basketball player
- Three-time Conseco/Nancy Lieberman-Cline National Point Guard of the Year Award winner
Long Beach, CA
- Birthday: February 22, 1971
- Assistant coach at UCLA
- Member of the Board of Trustees of the Women’s Sports Foundation
- Four-time NCAA All-American
- Two-time NCAA Women’s College World Series Champion
- Compiled a 93-7 career record for a .930 winning percentage, the NCAA career record
- Three-time Honda Award winner for softball (1991-93), presented to the country’s best player
- Won 1994 NCAA Top VI Award, which III)
- Led the nation in hitting and pitching in 1993, with a .510 batting average and a 0.25 ERA
- Presented the 1993 Honda-Broderick Cup, naming her as the most outstanding collegiate female athlete
- Gold medalist at Olympic Games where she had complete game victories in both the semi-final and gold medal games.
- Established the Olympic record with 25 strikeouts in a round-robin game against
- Australia. Finished the Games with 52 strikeouts, a 2-1 record and a 0.47 ERA.