Back on Campus: In the Classroom

Several WNBA players will be heading back on campus this winter, not to play the game they love, but to either continue or finish their academic pursuits in the classroom.

WNBA Team
Player
School
Charlotte Sting Kelly Mazzante Penn State University, undergraduate
Charlotte Sting Nicole Powell Stanford University, undergraduate
Connecticut Sun Jessica Brungo Penn State University, undergraduate
Connecticut Sun Lindsay Whalen University of Minnesota, undergraduate
Indiana Fever Tamika Catchings Tennessee, Master's Degree
Minnesota Lynx Nicole Ohlde Kansas State, undergraduate
Phoenix Mercury Diana Taurasi University of Connecticut, undergraduate
Phoenix Mercury Lindsay Taylor UC-Santa Barbara, undergraduate
Phoenix Mercury Shereka Wright Purdue University, undergraduate
Washington Mystics Aiysha Smith L.S.U., undergraduate

 

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