Coretta Brown, LaToya Thomas, Ruth Riley, Adrian Williams and Cheryl Ford pose with the second-place trophy. (WNBAE/Getty Images)
TODAY'S ROUNDUP: OCT. 19
Despite a second-half rally, the WNBA Select team fell 72-68 Sunday to host Samara of Russia in the championship game of the FIBA Women's World Cup 2003. Nikki Teasley scored 21 points and Cheryl Ford added 15 for the WNBA. The day's top individual performance came from WNBA MVP Lauren Jackson, whose 46 points, 17 boards and three blocks led Canberra to a 74-63 win over Wooribank of Korea. Read on for a rull roundup.
Roundups: Oct. 18 | Oct. 16 | Oct. 15 | Oct. 14
Last week, Lauren Hill of Mount St. Joseph University courageously took the floor for her first college game, refusing to let an inoperable brain tumor keep her from achieving her dream – and WNBA stars Elena Delle Donne and Tamika Catchings were on hand to lend their support.