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Alicia Thompson | 43
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Position:  F
Born: Jun 30, 1976
Height: 6-1 /  1,85
Weight: 180  lbs. / 81,6  kg.
College : Texas Tech '98
Career Highlights
  • Ranked in WNBA's top five, shooting 51.4% from field in 2000
  • Averaged career-highs of 10.0 ppg and 5.1 rpg in 2000
  • Scored career-high 22 points and grabbed career-high 15 rebounds vs. ORL on 6/3/00
  • Finished her collegiate career with 2,156 points, which ranked second on Texas Tech’s all-time scoring list behind Carolyn Thompson
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    2003 WNBA SEASON:
    Waived by the Fever on 5/21...Did not play in WNBA.

    2002: Averaged 5.4 points in 18 appearances...Scored a season-high 16 points in the opener vs. Detroit, 6/1, making 7-10 FG and blocking two shots – her only blocked shots of the season...Only other double-figure scoring game was a 10-point effort with a season-high six rebounds at Utah, 6/18...Started two games, including 6/18 at Utah and vs. Cleveland on 6/15...As a starter, averaged 8.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg and 1.0 apg...Saw action in each of the first 11 games before suffering a sprained medial collateral ligament in her left knee, missing eight games...Shot 8-10 FT in the first seven games, including 5-6 FT vs. New York on 6/8, matching her career highs for free throws made and attempted...2001: Averaged 8.8 ppg and 3.0 rpg...Finished the season with a flourish, scoring in double digits six times in the last eight games and averaging 12.3 ppg...Fever’s win vs. Detroit on 8/12, was the team’s first in her seven starts...Scored a team-high 13 points (5-12 FGS, 1-4 3-pt FGS, 2-2 FTS) at Utah on 8/4, her first starting assignment since 6/2...2000: Assigned to the Fever by the WNBA following camp tryouts on 5/2...Averaged 10.0 ppg and 5.1 rpg...Ranked in the WNBA’s top five in FG percentage, shooting 51.4 percent...Led the team in scoring seven times...Posted her first career double-double with 22 points and a team-high 15 rebounds vs. Orlando on 6/3...Led the Fever in 3-pt FG percentage hitting 45 percent (18-40) but did not have enough attempts to qualify for the league leaders...Registered 24 steals, nine of which came in the final seven games...Was the team’s second leading rebounder and led the team in rebounds 11 times, more than any other player...1999: Waived by New York on 6/7 and did not play in the WNBA all season...1998: Came off the bench in 19 games for New York, averaging 1.6 ppg and 1.3 rpg...Shot 23.1% from the field and 63.2% from the line.

    2002: Made her professional postseason debut in the Fever’s 73-55 win in Game 1 vs. New York on 8/16...Connected on her only shot from the floor and totaled two points in two minutes.

    Finished her collegiate career with 2,156 points, which ranked second on Tech’s all-time scoring list behind Carolyn Thompson...In 1998-99, as a senior, scored 719 points, averaging 23.2 ppg, and led the Big 12 in scoring for the second straight year...Was named the Big 12 Player of the Year, the Big 12 Tournament MVP and a All-Big 12 First Team selection...Was also selected to five All-America first team squads, including Kodak, Associated Press and the United States Basketball Writers Assocation...In 1997-98, as a junior, averaged a league-high 23.7 ppg and led the Big 12 in rebounds per game...In 1996-97, As a sophomore, was second on the team in scoring at 17.4 ppg...In 1995-96, as a freshman, scored in double figures five times, including 21 points against Baylor (7-10 FGS, 7-9 FTS).


  • Credits her coach at Texas Tech, Marsha Sharp, for helping her hone her skills
  • Pregame ritual consists of taking a shower, listening to Gospel music and reading scriptures
  • Was Texas state champion in both shot put and discus during her senior year of high school
  • Active in the Children’s Miracle Network
  • Has a miniature Dachshund named Tacker Thompson
  • Wears 43 in honor of her favorite baseball player, Raul Mondesi, currently of the Toronto Blue Jays

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