Offseason 2007-08: Overseas Roster by Country

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 16 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 WNBA team

Country Team Player WNBA Team
Australia Canberra Capitals Tully Bevilaqua Indiana
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Belgium Dexia Namur Cathrine Kraayeveld New York
Dexia Namur Kim Smith Sacramento
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia Kara Braxton Detroit
CSKA Sofia Latasha Byears Houston
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Croatia Gospic Lindsey Bowen New York
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Czech Republic Brno Hamchetou Maiga-Ba Houston
Brno Tamika Whitmore Indiana
USK Blex Praha Janell Burse Seattle
USK Blex Praha Lindsay Whalen Connecticut
Country Team Player WNBA Team
France Aix-en-Provence KB Sharp Indiana
Arras Carla Thomas Atlanta
Bourges Belinda Snell Phoenix
Challes Les Eaux Jessica Davenport New York
Challes Les Eaux Tiffany Jackson New York
Saint Armand Les Eaux Tiffany Stansbury Minnesota
Tarbes Kristen Mann Atlanta
Tarbes Liz Moeggenberg Chicago
Valenciennes Laurie Koehn Washington
Valenciennes Nicole Ohlde Minnesota
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Greece Apollon Ptolemaida Shay Murphy Minnesota
Athenaikos Barb Farris New York
Iraklis Olympia Scott Phoenix
Kastoria Lindsey Bowen New York
Paghiakos Nikki Blue Washington
Panionios Erin Thorn New York
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Israel Ashdod Sheri Sam Indiana
Bnei Yehuda Kamesha Hairston Connecticut
Holon Ivory Latta Atlanta
Raanana Mistie Williams Houston
Raanana Tanisha Wright Seattle
Ramat Hasharon Jia Perkins Chicago
Ramat Hen Taj McWilliams-Franklin Los Angeles
Ramat Hen Armintie Price Chicago
Ramla Sherill Baker Los Angeles
Ramla Shay Doron New York
Ramla Michelle Snow Houston
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Italy La Spezia Chelsea Newton Sacramento
Napoli Astou N'diaye Diatta Seattle
Parma Megan Mahoney Connecticut
Pozzuoli Tamecka Dixon Houston
Ribera Megan Duffy Minnesota
San Raffaele Doneeka Hodges Seattle
Schio Kathrin Ress Minnesota
Taranto Rebekkah Brunson Sacramento
Taranto Linda Frohlich Sacramento
Venezia Shannon Johnson Detroit
Venezia Nakia Sanford Washington
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Latvia Riga Ticha Penicheiro Sacramento
Riga Christi Thomas Los Angeles
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Lithuania Vilnius Kristin Haynie Atlanta
Vilnius Yelena Leuchanka Atlanta
Vilnius Nykesha Sales Connecticut
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Poland Gdynia Dominique Canty Chicago
Polkowice Jennifer Lacy Atlanta
Wisla Can Pack Anna DeForge Indiana
Wisla Can Pack Candice Dupree Chicago
Wisla Can Pack Marta Fernandez Los Angeles
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Russia Dynamo Moscow Seimone Augustus Minnesota
Dynamo Moscow Alison Bales Indiana
Dynamo Moscow Tangela Smith Phoenix
Dynamo Moscow Region Monique Currie Washington
Dynamo Moscow Region Plenette Pierson Detroit
Dynamo Moscow Region Martina Weber New York
Ekaterinburg Deanna Nolan Detroit
Ekaterinburg Penny Taylor Phoenix
Krasnoyarsk Cori Chambers Connecticut
Nadezhda Betty Lennox Atlanta
Novosibirsk Marie Ferdinand-Harris San Antonio
Novosibirsk Tyresa Smith Detroit
CSKA Moscow Becky Hammon San Antonio
CSKA Moscow Asjha Jones Connecticut
Spartak Sue Bird Seattle
Spartak Lauren Jackson Seattle
Spartak Kelly Mazzante Phoenix
Spartak Kelly Miller Phoenix
Spartak Noelle Quinn Minnesota
Spartak Diana Taurasi Phoenix
Spartak Tina Thompson Houston
Volgaburmash Nicole Powell Sacramento
Vologda-Chevakata Loree Moore New York
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Slovakia Kosice Katie Gearlds Seattle
Kosice Janel McCarville New York
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Spain Barcelona Le'coe Willingham Connecticut
Dato Badajoz Teana Miller Phoenix
Extrugasa Kiesha Brown Los Angeles
Hondarribia Shameka Christon New York
Hondarribia Ashley Robinson
Seattle
Las Palmas Roneeka Hodges
Seattle
Las Palmas Brooke Wyckoff Chicago
Puig D'En Valls Sancho Lyttle Houston
Puig D'En Valls Kristen Rasmussen Connecticut
Rivas Futura Cathy Joens Chicago
Ros Casares Valencia Katie Douglas Connecticut
Ros Casares Valencia Evanthia Maltsi Connecticut
Ros Casares Valencia DeLisha Milton-Jones Washington
San Jose Ashley Battle New York
San Jose Murriel Page Los Angeles
Country Team Player WNBA Team
Turkey Besiktas Vanessa Hayden Minnesota
Besiktas Stacey Lovelace Washington
Ceyhan Belediyespor Tausha Mills Detroit
Ceyhan Belediyespor Crystal Smith Houston
Fenerbahce Ebony Hoffman Indiana
Fenerbahce Cappie Pondexter Phoenix
Fenerbahce Tammy Sutton-Brown Indiana
Galatasaray Chantelle Anderson Atlanta
Galatasaray Vickie Johnson San Antonio
Galatasaray Sophia Young San Antonio
Mersin Tye'sha Fluker Los Angeles
Mersin Tamara James Washington
  Pankup TED Lisa Willis New York
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