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Welcome to Minnesota, Renee!

Number 4 Overall Selection in 2009 WNBA Draft

Name: Renee Montgomery
Height: 5'7"
Position: Guard
Class: Senior
School: Connecticut





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Audio: Coach Z on Montgomery

Vidio: The Selection of Renee Montgomery


Lynx Select Connecticut’s Renee Montgomery
Renee Montgomery, a 2009 Wade Trophy finalist, joins the Lynx after leading Connecticut to the 2009 National Championship and a perfect 39-0 record.

AUDIO: Renee Montgomery
Montgomery chats with studio host John Focke about the excitement surrounding the draft day selection by the Lynx. The guard out of Connecticut feels her energy and passion will help make an impact this upcoming season for Minnesota. Montgomery is prepared for the mental adjustments in taking the next step to the WNBA.





Welcome to Minnesota, Quanitra!

Number 9 Overall Selection in 2009 WNBA Draft

Name: Quanitra Hollingsworth
Height: 6'5"
Position: Center
Class: Senior
School: Virginia Commonwealth





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Audio: Coach Z on Hollingsworth

Vidio: The Selection of Quanitra Hollingsworth

Lynx Select Quanitra Hollingsworth
The Minnesota Lynx today selected Virginia Commonwealth center Quanitra Hollingsworth with the ninth overall pick of the 2009 WNBA Draft.





Welcome to Minnesota, Rashanda!

Number 15 Overall Selection in 2009 WNBA Draft

Name: Rashanda McCants
Height: 6'1"
Position: Forward
Class: Senior
School: North Carolina





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Audio: Coach Z on McCants

Minnesota Lynx Select North Carolina’s Rashanda McCants
Rashanda McCants, the sister of former Minnesota Timberwolves' draft pick Rashad McCants, comes to the Lynx after averaging of 11.2 ppg and 5.0 rpg in 140 collegiate games.





Welcome to Minnesota, Emily!

Number 30 Overall Selection in 2009 WNBA Draft

Name: Emily Fox
Height: 5'9"
Position: Guard
Class: Senior
School: Minnesota





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Minnesota Lynx Select Minnesota’s Emily Fox
Emily Fox enters the WNBA after enjoying a storied career at the University of Minnesota. The five-foot-nine guard finished her Golden Gopher career ranked seventh in scoring.




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