Where Are They Now - Katie Douglas

Throughout the 2012 season, which marks the 10th Anniversary of the Connecticut Sun, we will be taking a look back at the members of the 2003 roster that went 18-16 and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. The next member of the team that we are catching up with is Katie Douglas. Read the previous installments:
Shannon "Pee Wee" Johnson
Brooke Wykoff
Adrienne Johnson
Courtney Coleman
Wendy Palmer
Debbie Black
Jessie Hicks
Rebecca Lobo

How She Joined The Sun: Katie was selected in the first round (10th overall) of the 2001 WNBA Draft out of Purdue.

Sun Career: A sharp-shooting guard with deadly three-point range, Douglas was also a top-notch defender. She played five seasons in Connecticut, appearing in 214 games, averaging 13.45 points per game. She collected 2,153 and 444 assists with 272 made threes. She still holds the single-season record for made threes (73 in 2006).

After Connecticut: Douglas was traded to the Indiana Fever following the 2007 season.

Today: Katie is in her fifth season as a member of the Fever. This year, she was voted onto the Connecticut Sun's All-Decade team by Sun fans and media covering the team.