Offseason 2008-09: 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 Jan. 8, 2009. As of today, we have current WNBA players competing professionally in 19 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
Allison Bales Turkey Samsun
Iziane Castro Marques France Villeneuve d'Ascq
Erika DeSouza Spain Valencia
Kristin Haynie Greece Paleo Faliro
Jennifer Lacy China Beijing Shougang
Ivory Latta Turkey Ceyhan
Betty Lennox Russia Nadezhda
Sancho Lyttle Spain Ibiza
Chioma Nnamaka France Union Hainaut
Kasha Terry Poland Rybnik
Tamera Young
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Chicago
Dominique Canty Poland Krakow
Quianna Chaney Poland Energa Torun
Candice Dupree Poland Krakow
Tye'sha Fluker Slovakia Ružomberok
Sylvia Fowles Russia Spartak Moscow
Cathy Joens Spain Rivas Futuras
Chasity Melvin China Asia Aluminum Basketball Club
Jia Perkins Israel Ramat Hasharon
Armintie Price Spain Mallorca
Leah Rush Spain Estudiantes
KB Sharp France Aix-en-Provence
Erin Thorn Greece Panathinaikos
Mistie Williams Turkey Mersin
Brooke Wyckoff Spain Estudiantes
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Connecticut
Svetlana Abrosimova Russia Ekaterinburg
Kerri Gardin Croatia Jolly JBS Sibenik
Sandrine Gruda Russia Ekaterinburg
Amber Holt Hungary Sopron
Asjha Jones Russia Ekaterinburg
Danielle Page Bulgaria Dunav Econt Rousse
Erin Phillips Israel Ramat Hasharon
Ketia Swanier Poland Rybnik
Barbara Turner Turkey Tarsus
Lindsay Whalen Czech Republic Prague
Tamika Whitmore Czech Republic Brno
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Detroit
Alexis Hornbuckle Turkey Besiktas
Deanna Nolan Russia Ekaterinburg
Sheri Sam Greece Panionios
Olayinka Sanni France Callais
Ashley Shields Poland Leszno
Katie Smith Turkey Fenerbahce
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Houston
Latasha Byears Poland Leszno
Tamecka Dixon Italy Pozzuoli
Shannon Johnson Spain Ibiza
Hamchetou Maiga-Ba Czech Republic Brno
Michelle Snow Spain Salamanca
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Indiana
Sherill Baker Israel Ashdod
Tully Bevilaqua Australia Canberra
Katie Douglas Russia CSKA
Allison Feaster Italy Schio
Ebony Hoffman Israel Ramat Hasharon
Doneeka Lewis Italy Umbertide
Kristen Mann Latvia Cesis
Bernadette Ngoyisa France Union Hainaut
Tammy Sutton-Brown Turkey Fenerbahce
Erica White Israel Natanya
Khadijah Whittington France Montpellier
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Los Angeles
Shannon Bobbitt Turkey Botas
Temeka Johnson Israel Raanana
Raffaella Masciadri Italy Schio
DeLisha Milton-Jones Spain Ros Casares
Murriel Page Spain Mallorca
Candace Parker Russia Ekaterinburg
Sidney Spencer Slovakia Kosice
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Minnesota
Nicky Anosike Israel Ramla
Seimone Augustus Turkey Galatasaray
Lindsey Harding Turkey Mersin
Vanessa Hayden-Johnson Italy Venezia
Roneeka Hodges Spain Valencia
Charde Houston Israel Bnot Hasharon
Nicole Ohlde Hungary PVSK
Noelle Quinn Lithuania Vilnius
Kristen Rasmussen
Greece Panathinaikos
LaToya Thomas Spain Salamanca
Candice Wiggins Spain Valencia
WNBA Team Player Country Team

New York
Essence Carson Latvia Riga
Shameka Christon Russia Orenburg
Megan Duffy Slovakia Ružomberok
Tiffany Jackson Russia Spartak St. Petersburg
Cathrine Kraayeveld Slovakia Kosice
Erlana Larkins Turkey Samsun
Janel McCarville Russia CSKA
Leilani Mitchell France Arras
Loree Moore Russia Vologda Chekavata
Lisa Willis Turkey TED Pankup
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Phoenix
Jen Derevjanik Greece Apollon Kal.
Kelly Mazzante Hungary PVSK
Kelly Miller Russia Spartak Moscow
Cappie Pondexter Russia Ekaterinburg
LaToya Pringle Israel Ramat Hen
Allie Quigley Turkey Mersin
Olympia Scott Turkey Mersin
Brooke Smith Italy Como
Tangela Smith China Anshan
Diana Taurasi Russia Spartak Moscow
Le'coe Willingham Spain Salamanca
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Sacramento
Charel Allen Turkey Ceyhan
A'Quonesia Franklin Sweden Solna Vikings
Laura Harper Turkey Besiktas
Crystal Kelly Spain C.B. Olesa
Ticha Penicheiro Italy San Giovanni
Nicole Powell Turkey Fenerbahce
Scholanda Robinson Italy Napoli
WNBA Team Player Country Team

San Antonio
Morenike Atunrase Turkey Burhaniye
Becky Hammon Russia CSKA
Edwige Lawson-Wade Russia CSKA
Ruth Riley Rivas Futuras Spain
Ann Wauters Russia CSKA
Sophia Young Turkey Galatasaray
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Seattle
Sue Bird Russia Spartak Moscow
Swin Cash Czech Republic Prague
Janell Burse Russia Dynamo Moscow
Shyra Ely Cyprus AEL
Katie Gearlds Greece Athinaikos
Lauren Jackson Russia Spartak Moscow
Camille Little Turkey TED Pankup
Kristen O'Neil
Ireland University of Limerick
Kelly Santos
Spain Cadi La Seu Urgell
Tanisha Wright France Tarbes
WNBA Team Player Country Team

Washington
Matee Ajavon Turkey Fenerbahce
Alana Beard Poland Gdynia
Monique Currie Poland Gdynia
Andrea Gardner Italy Faenza
Tasha Humphrey Italy Schio
Laurie Koehn Turkey TED Pankup
Crystal Langhorne Lithuania Vilnius
Coco Miller Russia Noginsk
Bernice Mosby France Arras
Shay Murphy Spain San Jose
Nakia Sanford Russia Vologda Chekavata
Crystal Smith Greece Ptolemaida
Krystal Vaughn Greece Megas Alexandros
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