WNBA vs. USA Basketball: The Stars at the Sun Team Rosters

USA BASKETBALL
STARTERS
POS.
TEAM
HT.
WT.
SCHOOL/COUNTRY
Sue Bird G Seattle 5-9 150 Connecticut
Cappie Pondexter G New York 5-9 160 Rutgers
Diana Taurasi F Phoenix 6-0 165 Connecticut
Tamika Catchings F Indiana 6-1 167 Tennessee
Sylvia Fowles C Chicago 6-6 200 Louisiana State

RESERVES
POS.
TEAM
HT.
WT.
SCHOOL/COUNTRY
Swin Cash F Seattle 6-1 162 Connecticut
Tina Charles C Connecticut 6-4 198 Connecticut
Candice Dupree F Phoenix 6-2 173 Temple
Angel McCoughtry F Atlanta 6-1 160 Louisville
Renee Montgomery G Connecticut 5-7 143 Connecticut
Maya Moore F N/A 6-0 170 Connecticut
Head Coach - Geno Auriemma, University of Connecticut
Assistant Coach - Doug Bruno, DePaul University
Assistant Coach - Jennifer Gillom, Los Angeles Sparks
Assistant Coach - Marynell Meadors, Atlanta Dream

WNBA ALL-STARS
STARTERS
POS.
TEAM
HT.
WT.
SCHOOL/COUNTRY
Lindsey Harding** G Washington 5-8 139 Duke
Katie Douglas G Indiana 6-0 165 Purdue
Monique Currie* F Washington 6-0 177 Duke
Crystal Langhorne F/C Washington 6-2 190 Maryland
Michelle Snow C San Antonio 6-5 158 Tennessee

RESERVES
POS.
TEAM
HT.
WT.
SCHOOL/COUNTRY
Jayne Appel C San Antonio 6-4 210 Stanford
Rebekkah Brunson F Minnesota 6-3 177 Georgetown
Iziane Castro Marques F Atlanta 6-0 140 Brazil
Penny Taylor F Phoenix 6-1 163 Austrailia
Linsday Whalen*** G Minnesota 5-9 169 Minnesota
Sophia Young F San Antonio 6-1 165 Baylor
INJURED PLAYERS
POS.
TEAM
HT.
WT.
SCHOOL/COUNTRY
Becky Hammon # G San Antonio 5-6 136 Colorado State
Lauren Jackson # F Seattle 6-5 187 Australia
Sancho Lyttle # F Atlanta 6-4 175 Houston

Head Coach Brian Agler, Seattle Storm
Assistant Coach Nancy Darsch, Seattle Storm

# - Injured, will not play
* - Injury replacement for Lauren Jackson
** - Injury replacement for Sancho Lyttle
*** - Injury replacement for Becky Hammon
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