2005-06 Overseas Roster

In addition to the European Cup and the EuroLeague, players from all 14 WNBA teams will be competing in over a dozen countries around the world. Here is an updated list of where they will be as of January 11, 2006. Of course, the list is subject to change and not all players will be spending the entire winter abroad.
- See who went where last year.

WNBA Team
Player
Overseas Club
Country
Charlotte Teana Miller Saint Armand France
Charlotte Ayana Walker Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel
Charlotte Tammy Sutton-Brown Dynamo Moscow Russia
Charlotte Kelly Mazzante K Cero ICP Kosice Slovakia
Charlotte Kristin Rasmussen Filtros Mann Zaragoza Spain
ChicagoBernadette NgoyisaBourgesFrance
Chicago Stacey Lovelace-Tolbert Maccabi Ashdod Israel
Chicago DeTrina White B'nei Yehuda Israel
Chicago Laura Macchi Como Italy
Chicago Francesca Zara Napoli Italy
Chicago Kiesha Brown Hondarribia Spain
Chicago Chelsea NewtonGdyniaPoland
Chicago Ashley Robinson Mersin Turkey
Connecticut Laura Summerton Adelaide Fellas Australia
Connecticut Nykesha Sales Brno Czech Republic
Connecticut Le'Coe Willingham Haifa Motzkin Israel
Connecticut Taj McWilliams-Franklin Shinhan Korea
Connecticut Katie Douglas Vilnius Lithuania
Connecticut Jen Derevjanik Vilnius Lithuania
ConnecticutMargo Dydek EkaterinburgRussia
Connecticut Asjha Jones Novosibirsk Russia
Detroit Deanna Nolan Ramat Hasharon Israel
Detroit Cheryl Ford Ramat Hasharon Israel
Detroit Plenette Pierson Maddaloni Italy
Houston Roneeka Hodges Calais France
Houston Dominique Canty Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel
Houston Sheryl Swoopes Napoli Italy
Houston Michelle Snow Parma Italy
Houston Tari Phillips Napoli Italy
HoustonJaneth Arcain Ros CasaresSpain
Houston Tina Thompson KB Star Korea
Houston Edwige Lawson Samara Russia
IndianaTully Bevilaqua CanberraAustralia
Indiana Ebony Hoffman Ribera Italy
Indiana Tamika Catchings Woori Bank Korea
Indiana Jurgita Streimikyte Vilnius Lithuania
Indiana Kelly Schumacher Perfumerias Avenida Spain
Indiana Jenni Benningfield Burgos Spain
Indiana Tan White Fenerbahce Turkey
Los Angeles Tamika Whitmore Mourenx France
Los Angeles Nikki Teasley Sopron Hungary
Los Angeles Edniesha Curry BSE ESMA Hungary
Los Angeles Raffaella Masciadri Schio Italy
Los Angeles Doneeka Hodges Gdynia Poland
Los AngelesChristi Thomas La SpeziaItaly
Los Angeles Lisa Leslie Spartak Russia
Los Angeles Jessica Moore Club Universitario Ferrol Spain
Minnesota Nicole Ohlde Dexia Namur Belgium
Minnesota Kristi Harrower Valenciennes France
Minnesota Chandi Jones Parma Italy
Minnesota Svetlana Abrosimova Samara Russia
MinnesotaJacqueline Batteast Esperides KalltheasGreece
MinnesotaStacey Tomas Istanbul UniversitesiTurkey
MinnesotaAmanda Lassiter MigrosTurkey
Minnesota Nuria Martinez Halcon Avenida Spain
New YorkDeTrina White B'nai YehudaIsrael
New YorkShameka Christon RaananaIsrael
New York Crystal RobinsonSpartakRussia
New York Vickie Johnson PVSK Hungary
New York Ann Wauters Samara Russia
Phoenix Belinda Snell Sydney Uni Flames Australia
Phoenix Angelina Williams Hapoel Tel Aviv Israel
Phoenix Penny Taylor Schio Italy
Phoenix Anna DeForge Wisla Can Pack Poland
PhoenixSandora Irvin Ceyhan BelediyeTurkey
Phoenix Kamila Vodichkova Dynamo Moscow Russia
Phoenix Diana Taurasi Dynamo Moscow Russia
Phoenix Maria Stepanova Samara Russia
Sacramento Hamchetou Maiga Nice France
Sacramento Erin Buescher Akadamia Greece
Sacramento Yolanda Griffith Ekaterinburg Russia
Sacramento Ticha Penicheiro Spartak Russia
Sacramento Rebekkah Brunson Dexia Namur Belgium
Sacramento Nicole Powell Fenerbahce Turkey
San AntonioKatie Feenstra SamsungKorea
San AntonioChantelle Anderson NovosibirskRussia
San Antonio Shannon Johnson Cade la Seu d/Urgell Spain
San Antonio Edna Campbell Aix-en-Provence France
San Antonio Dalma Ivanyi PVSK Hungary
Seattle Lauren JacksonCanberraAustralia
SeattleIziane Castro MarquesPVSKHungary
Seattle Janell Burse USK Blex Praha Czech Republic
Seattle Sue Bird Dynamo Moscow Russia
SeattleSimone Edwards Perfumerias AvenidaSpain
Seattle Natalia Vodopianova Dynamo Moscow Russia
Seattle Suzy Batkovic Ekaterinburg Russia
Washington Alana Beard Shinsegae Coolcat Korea
Washington DeLisha Milton Jones Brno Czech Republic
WashingtonChasity Melvin Korea
WashingtonTemeka JohnsonGdyniaPoland
Washington Kaayla Chones BSE ESMA Hungary
WashingtonTamicha Jackson Yildirim Bld. Jimnastik
Turkey
Washington Nakia Sanford Venezia Italy
Washington Murriel Page Hondarribia Spain
Washington Laurie Koehn Rhondda Rebels Wales

*not confirmed

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