Sacramento Monarchs Draft History


Laura Harper
(10th pick)

Jessica Dickson
(21st pick)

Kim
Smith
(13th pick)

Kristin
Haynie

(11th pick)

Rebekkah
Brunson

(10th pick)

Chantelle
Anderson

(2nd pick)

Hamchétou
Maïga

(12th pick)

Jackie
Moore

(30th pick)

Katy
Steding

(14th pick)

Yolanda
Griffith

(2nd pick)

Ticha
Penicheiro

(2nd pick)

Judy
Mosley-McAfee

(6th pick-Elite Draft)

2008 Draft

First Round Laura Harper 10th pick overall
Third Round A’Quonesia Franklin 38th pick overall
Third Round Izabela Piekarska 40th pick overall


2007 Draft

Second Round Jessica Dickson 21st pick overall
Third Round Selection voided--player ruled ineligible 36th pick overall


2006 Draft

First Round Kim Smith 13th pick overall
First Round Scholanda Hoston 14th pick overall
Third Round Lamisha Augustine 41st pick overall


2005 Draft

First Round Kristin Haynie 11th pick overall
Second RoundChelsea Newton22nd pick overall
Third RoundAnne O'Neil30th pick overall
Third Round Cisti Greenwalt 35th pick overall


2004 Draft
First Round Rebekkah Brunson 10th pick overall
Third Round Nuria Martinez 36th pick overall


2003 Draft
First Round Chantelle Anderson 2nd pick overall


2002 Draft
First Round Hamchétou Maïga 12th pick overall
Third Round Alayne Ingram 44th pick overall
Fourth Round Jermisha Dosty51st pick overall
Elizabeth Pickney60th pick overall


2001 Draft
Second Round Jackie Moore 30th pick overall
Third Round Maren Walseth 46th pick overall
Fourth Round Katie Smrcka62nd pick overall


2000 Draft
First Round Katy Steding 14th pick overall
Second Round Stacy Clinesmith 30th pick overall
Third Round Rhonda Banchero 46th pick overall
Fourth Round Jessica Zinobile 62nd pick overall


1999 Draft
First Round Yolanda Griffith 2nd pick overall
Second Round Kedra Holland-Corn 14th pick overall
Third Round Kate Starbird 26th pick overall
Fourth Round Amy Herrig 38th pick overall


1998 Draft
First Round Ticha Penicheiro 2nd pick overall
Second Round Tangela Smith 12th pick overall
Third Round Quacy Barnes 22nd pick overall
Fourth Round Adia Barnes 32nd pick overall


1997 Elite Draft
First Round Judy Mosley-McAfee 6th pick overall
Second Round Mikiko Hagiwara 14th pick overall


1997 Draft
First Round Pamela McGee 2nd pick overall
Second Round Denique Graves 15th pick overall
Third Round Chantel Tremitiere 18th pick overall
Fourth Round Tajama Abraham 31st pick overall



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