Seattle's Lauren Jackson and Washington's Chamique Holdsclaw Named WNBA Bud Light Peak Performers
Seattle's Lauren Jackson led the league in scoring.|
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Lauren Jackson, in her third season with the Seattle Storm, led the WNBA in scoring for the first time with a career high 21.2 points a game. This season, Jackson became the youngest player in WNBA history to reach 1,000 career points and set a career high with 34 points in a single game. Holdsclaw finished second with 20.5 points a game, followed by Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever (19.7), Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks (18.4), and Katie Smith of the Minnesota Lynx with 18.2.
Chamique Holdsclaw, who took home both honors last season, led the WNBA in rebounding for the second straight season, finishing with 10.9 boards per game. Cheryl Ford of the Detroit Shock finished second averaging 10.4 boards during her rookie season, followed by Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks (10.0), Lauren Jackson (9.3), and Tari Philips of the New York Liberty (8.5).
The Bud Light Peak Performers program is part of Bud Light’s $100,000 commitment to WNBA players.
Chamique Holdsclaw led the league in rebounding.|
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2003 WNBA Bud Light Peak Performers – Final Statistics
Top Five: Scoring Average|
Top Five: Rebounds Per Game