WNBA Players' 2005 NCAA Tournament Picks

The madness is here... It is finally March and the WNBA Draft is less than a month away. But before WNBA teams make their decisions, the top prospects have one last chance to show their stuff. But more than just a scouting opportunity, the annual NCAA college basketball tournament is an event and WNBA players are getting their predictions in early and their brackets filled out for posterity.

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Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever

1) LSU Tennessee(1
16) StetsonLSUTennW. Carolina (16
8) OklahomaLSUTennNew Mexico (8
9) ArizonaOklahomaPurduePurdue(9
5) DePaulLSUTennNC State (5
12)Virginia TechDePaulMid. Tenn. St.Mid. Tenn. St.(12
4) Penn State DePaulTexas TechTexas Tech (4
13) LibertyPenn StateTexas TechTX-Arlington(13
3) TexasL.S.U.Tenn. Rutgers(3
14) Oral Roberts TexasRutgersHartford(14
6) GeorgiaTexasRutgersTemple(6
11) RiceGeorgiaTempleLA Tech (11
7) B.C.TexasRutgersMaryland(7
10) HoustonHoustonMarylandWisc-GB(10
2) DukeDukeOhio StateOhio State (2
15) CanisiusDukeOhio StateHoly Cross (15
LSUTenn
1) UNC
Michigan St. (1
16) Coppin St.UNC
Tennessee
Mich St. Alcorn St. (16
8) MississippiUNCMich St. USC(8
9) G.W.MissUSCLouisville(9
5) Arizona St. UNCMich St. Vanderbilt(5
12)E. Kentucky A.S.U.VanderbiltMontana(12
4) Notre Dame N.D.Kansas StKansas St (4
13) UC-SBNotre Dame Kansas St Bowling Green (13
3) MinnesotaU.N.C.StanfordUConn(3
14) St. Francis MinnesotaUConnDartmouth(14
6) VirginiaMinnUConnFlorida State (6
11) Old Dominion VirginiaFlorida St.Richmond(11
7) T.C.U.MinnStanfordIowa State (7
10) OregonT.C.U.Iowa StateUtah(10
2) BaylorT.C.UStanfordStanford(2
15) IllinoisBaylorStanfordSanta Clara(15

Kara Lawson, Sacramento Monarchs

1) LSU Tennessee(1
16) StetsonLSUTennW. Carolina (16
8) OklahomaLSUTennNew Mexico (8
9) ArizonaArizonaPurduePurdue(9
5) DePaulLSUTennNC State (5
12)Virginia TechDePaulNC State Mid. Tenn. St.(12
4) Penn State DePaulTexas TechTexas Tech (4
13) LibertyPenn StateTexas TechTX-Arlington(13
3) TexasL.S.U.Tenn. Rutgers(3
14) Oral Roberts TexasRutgersHartford(14
6) GeorgiaTexasRutgersTemple(6
11) RiceGeorgiaTempleLA Tech (11
7) B.C.TexasOhio StateMaryland(7
10) HoustonHoustonWisconsin-GBWisc-GB(10
2) DukeDukeOhio StateOhio State (2
15) CanisiusDukeOhio StateHoly Cross (15
LSUTenn
1) UNC
Michigan St. (1
16) Coppin St.UNC
Tennessee
Mich St. Alcorn St. (16
8) MississippiUNCMich St. USC(8
9) G.W.MissUSCLouisville(9
5) Arizona St. UNCVanderbiltVanderbilt(5
12)E. Kentucky A.S.U.VanderbiltMontana(12
4) Notre Dame N.D.VanderbiltKansas St (4
13) UC-SBNotre Dame Kansas St Bowling Green (13
3) MinnesotaBaylorUConnUConn(3
14) St. Francis MinnesotaUConnDartmouth(14
6) VirginiaMinnUConnFlorida State (6
11) Old Dominion VirginiaFlorida St.Richmond(11
7) T.C.U.BaylorUConnIowa State (7
10) OregonT.C.U.UtahUtah(10
2) BaylorBaylorStanfordStanford(2
15) IllinoisBaylorStanfordSanta Clara(15

Sue Bird, Seattle Storm (***from Russia, where she has not seen a game all year, )

1) LSU Tennessee(1
16) StetsonLSUTennW. Carolina (16
8) OklahomaLSUTennNew Mexico (8
9) ArizonaOklahomaPurduePurdue(9
5) DePaulLSUTennNC State (5
12)Virginia TechDePaulNC State.Mid. Tenn. St.(12
4) Penn State DePaulTexas TechTexas Tech (4
13) LibertyPenn StateTexas TechTX-Arlington(13
3) TexasL.S.U.Ohio State Rutgers(3
14) Oral Roberts TexasRutgersHartford(14
6) GeorgiaTexasRutgersTemple(6
11) RiceGeorgiaTempleLA Tech (11
7) B.C.DukeOhio State Maryland(7
10) HoustonBoston College MarylandWisc-GB(10
2) DukeDukeOhio StateOhio State (2
15) CanisiusDukeOhio StateHoly Cross (15
LSUUConn
1) UNC
Michigan St. (1
16) Coppin St.UNC
UConn
Mich St. Alcorn St. (16
8) MississippiUNCMich St. USC(8
9) G.W.MissUSCLouisville(9
5) Arizona St. UNCMich St. Vanderbilt(5
12)E. Kentucky A.S.U.VanderbiltMontana(12
4) Notre Dame N.D.Kansas StKansas St (4
13) UC-SBNotre Dame Kansas St Bowling Green (13
3) MinnesotaU.N.C.UConnUConn(3
14) St. Francis MinnesotaUConnDartmouth(14
6) VirginiaMinnUConnFlorida State (6
11) Old Dominion Old Dominion Florida St.Richmond(11
7) T.C.U.MinnUConnIowa State (7
10) OregonT.C.U.Iowa StateUtah(10
2) BaylorBaylorStanfordStanford(2
15) IllinoisBaylorStanfordSanta Clara(15
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