Offseason 2007-08: Overseas Roster

Between Asia, Australia, the EuroCup and the EuroLeague, players from all 13 WNBA teams will be competing in over a dozen countries around the world. Here is an updated list of where they are as of Feb. 12, 2008. As of today, we have current WNBA players competing professionally in 15 countries. Of course, the list is subject to change and not all players will be spending the entire winter abroad. Some will come back as others are just leaving, so stay tuned... and look back and see who went where last year. | Search by Country

WNBA Team Player Country Team

Atlanta
Chantelle Anderson Turkey Galatasaray
Kristin Haynie Lithuania Vilnius
Jennifer Lacy Poland Miejski
Ivory Latta Israel Holon
Betty Lennox Russia Nadezhda
Yelena Leuchanka Lithuania Vilnius
Kristen Mann France Tarbes
Carla Thomas France Arras
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Chicago
Dominique Canty Poland Krakow
Candice Dupree Poland Wisla Can Pack
Cathy Joens Spain Rivas Futura
Liz Moeggenberg France Tarbes
Jia Perkins Israel Ramat Hasharon
Armintie Price Israel Maccabi Ramat Hen
Brooke Wyckoff Spain Las Palmas
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Connecticut
Cori Chambers Russia Krasnoyarsk
Katie Douglas Spain Ros Casares Valencia
Kamesha Hairston Israel Bnei Yehuda
Asjha Jones Russia CSKA Moscow
Megan Mahoney Italy Parma
Evanthia Maltsi Spain Ros Casares Valencia
Kristen Rasmussen Spain Puig D'En Valls
Nykesha Sales Lithuania Vilnius
Lindsay Whalen Czech Republic USK Blex Praha
Le'coe Willingham Spain Barcelona
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Detroit
Kara Braxton Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Shannon Johnson Italy Venezia
Tausha Mills Turkey Ceyhan Belediyespor
Deanna Nolan Russia Ekaterinburg
Plenette Pierson Russia Dynamo Moscow Region
Tyresa Smith Russia Novosibirsk
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Houston
Latasha Byears Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Tamecka Dixon Italy Pozzuoli
Sancho Lyttle Spain Puig D'En Valls
Hamchetou Maiga-Ba Czech Republic Brno
Crystal Smith Turkey Ceyhan Belediyespor
Michelle Snow Israel Ramla
Tina Thompson Russia Spartak
Mistie Williams Israel Raanana
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Indiana
Alison Bales Russia Dynamo Moscow
Tully Bevilaqua Australia Canberra Capitals
Anna DeForge Poland Wisla Can Pack
Ebony Hoffman Turkey Fenerbahce
Sheri Sam Israel Ashdod
KB Sharp France Aix-en-Provence
Tammy Sutton-Brown Turkey Fenerbahce
Tamika Whitmore Czech Republic Brno
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Los Angeles
Sherill Baker Israel Ramla
Kiesha Brown Spain Extrugasa
Marta Fernandez Poland Wisla Can Pack
Tye'sha Fluker Turkey Mersin
Taj McWilliams-Franklin Israel Maccabi Ramat Hen
Murriel Page Spain San Jose
Christi Thomas Latvia Riga
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Minnesota
Seimone Augustus Russia Dynamo Moscow
Megan Duffy Italy Ribera
Vanessa Hayden Turkey Besiktas
Shay Murphy Greece Apollon Ptolemaida
Nicole Ohlde France Valenciennes
Noelle Quinn Russia Spartak Moscow
Kathrin Ress Italy Schio
Tiffany Stansbury France Saint Armand Les Eaux
WNBA Team Player Country Team

New York
Ashley Battle Spain San Jose
Lindsey Bowen Croatia Gospic
Shameka Christon Spain Hondarribia
Jessica Davenport France Challes Les Eaux
Shay Doron Israel Ramla
Barb Farris Greece Athinaikos
Tiffany Jackson France Challes Les Eaux
Cathrine Kraayeveld Belgium Dexia Namur
Janel McCarville Slovakia Kosice
Loree Moore Russia Chevakata
Erin Thorn Greece Panionios
Martina Weber Russia Dynamo Moscow Region
Lisa Willis Turkey Pankup TED
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Phoenix
Kelly Mazzante Russia Spartak
Kelly Miller Russia Spartak
Teana Miller Spain Dato Badajoz
Cappie Pondexter Turkey Fenerbahce
Olympia Scott Greece Iraklis
Tangela Smith Russia Dynamo Moscow
Belinda Snell France Bourges
Diana Taurasi Russia Spartak
Penny Taylor Russia Ekaterinburg
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Sacramento
La'Tangela Atkinson
Israel B'nei Yehuda
Rebekkah Brunson Italy Taranto
Linda Frohlich Italy Taranto
Chelsea Newton Italy La Spezia
Ticha Penicheiro Latvia Riga
Nicole Powell Russia Volgaburmash
Kim Smith Belgium Dexia Namur
WNBA Team Player Country Team

San Antonio
Marie Ferdinand-Harris Russia Novosibirsk
Becky Hammon Russia CSKA Moscow
Vickie Johnson Turkey Galatasaray
Sophia Young Turkey Galatasaray
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Seattle
Sue Bird Russia Spartak
Janell Burse Czech Republic USK Blex Praha
Katie Gearlds Slovakia Kosice
Doneeka Hodges Italy San Raffaele
Roneeka Hodges Spain Las Palmas
Lauren Jackson Russia Spartak
Astou N'diaye-Diatta Italy Napoli
Ashley Robinson Spain Hondarribia
Tanisha Wright Israel Raanana
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Washington
Nikki Blue Greece Paghiakos
Monique Currie Russia Dynamo Moscow Region
Tamara James Turkey Mersin
Laurie Koehn France Valenciennes
Stacey Lovelace Turkey Besiktas
DeLisha Milton-Jones Spain Ros Casares Valencia
Nakia Sanford Italy Venezia
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