Washington Mystics Draft History


Natalie Novosel
No. 8 Pick

Victoria Dunlap
No. 11 Pick

Jacinta Monroe
No. 6 Pick

Marissa Coleman
No. 2 Pick

Crystal Langhorne
No. 6 Pick

Bernice Mosby
No. 6 Pick

Tamara James
No. 8 Pick

Temeka Johnson
No. 5 Pick

Alana Beard
No. 2 Pick

Aiysha Smith
No. 7 Pick

Stacey Dales-Schuman
No. 3 Pick

Coco Miller
No. 9 Pick

Tausha Mills
No. 2 Pick

Chamique Holdsclaw
No. 1 Pick

Murriel Page
No. 3 Pick


2012 Draft
First Round Natalie Novosel 8th pick overall
First Round LaSondra Barrett 11th pick overall
Third Round Anjale Barrett 26th pick overall
Third Round Briana Gilbreath 35th pick overall


2011 Draft
First Round Victoria Dunlap 11th pick overall
Second Round Karima Christmas 23rd pick overall
Third Round Sarah Krnjic 35th pick overall


2010 Draft
First Round Jacinta Monroe 6th pick overall
Second Round Jenna Smith 14th pick overall
Second Round Shanavia Dowdell 18th pick overall
Third Round Alexis Gray-Lawson 30th pick overall


2009 Draft
First Round Marissa Coleman 2nd pick overall
Second Round Camille LeNoir 23rd pick overall
Second Round Jelena Milovanovic 24th pick overall
Third Round Josephine Owino 28th pick overall


2008 Draft
First Round Crystal Langhorne 6th pick overall
Second Round Lindsey Pluimer 20th pick overall
Third Round Krystal Vaughn 34th pick overall


2007 Draft
First Round Bernice Mosby 6th pick overall
Second Round Megan Vogel 19th pick overall
Third Round Gillian Goring 32nd pick overall


2006 Draft
First Round Tamara James 8th pick overall
Second Round Nikki Blue 19th pick overall
Third Round Miriam Sy 33rd pick overall


2005 Draft
First Round Temeka Johnson 5th pick overall
Second RoundErica Taylor 19th pick overall
Third Round Tashia Morehead32nd pick overall


2004 Draft
First Round Alana Beard 2nd pick overall
Second RoundKaayla Chones 15th pick overall
Third Round Evan Unrau28th pick overall


2003 Draft
First Round Aiysha Smith 7th pick overall
Second RoundZuzana Zirkova 21st pick overall
Third Round Trish Juhline32nd pick overall
Third RoundTamara Bowie36th pick overall


2002 Draft
First Round Stacey Dales-Schuman 3rd pick overall
Asjha Jones 4th pick overall
Third Round LaNisha Cartwell33rd pick overall
Teresa Geter36th pick overall


2001 Draft
First Round Coco Miller 9th pick overall
Second Round Tamara Stocks 25th pick overall
Third Round Jamie Lewis 41st pick overall
Yelena Karpova 44th pick overall


2000 Draft
First Round Tausha Mills 2nd pick overall
Second Round Tonya Washington 18th pick overall


1999 Draft
First Round Chamique Holdsclaw 1st pick overall
Second Round Shalonda Enis 13th pick overall
Third Round Andrea Nagy 25th pick overall
Fourth Round Jennifer Whittle 37th pick overall


1998 Draft
First Round Murriel Page 3rd pick overall
Second Round Rita Williams 13th pick overall
Third Round Angela Hamblin 23rd pick overall
Fourth Round Angela Jackson 33rd pick overall


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