2004 USA Women’s Basketball Senior National Team

USA BASKETBALL CORE ROSTER
Name
No
Pos.
Ht.
WNBA Team
Team USA Experience
6
G
5-9
Seattle
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
F
6-2
Detroit
10
F
6-0
Indiana
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
C
6-4
Sacramento
2000 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
4
G
5-7
San Antonio
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
9
C
6-5
Los Angeles
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
2000 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1998 World Championship (Gold Medal)
1996 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
8
F
6-1
Los Angeles
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
2000 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1998 World Championship (Gold Medal)
C
6-4
Detroit
14
G
5-11
Minnesota
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
2000 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1998 World Championship (Gold Medal)
5
G
5-6
Charlotte
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
2000 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1998 World Championship (Gold Medal)
1996 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1994 Goodwill Games (Gold Medal)
7
F
6-0
Houston
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
2000 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1998 World Championship (Gold Medal)
1996 Olympic Games (Gold Medal)
1994 Goodwill Games (Gold Medal)
1994 World Championship (Bronze Medal)
G
6-0
Phoenix
11
F
6-2
Houston
2000 Olympic Games (alternate)
1998 World Championship (inj.)
* - Injured
** - will replace DeLisha Milton-Jones on the roster in Athens

USA BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF
Name
Position
Team
USA Basketball Experience
Van Chancellor
Head Coach
Houston
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
Anne Donovan
Assistant Coach
Seattle
2002 World Championship (Gold Medal)
1998 World Championship (Gold Medal)

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