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CAREER NOTES: Is in her fifth WNBA season, her second as a Silver Star… originally signed by the Sacramento Monarch after being picked second overall in the 2003 WNBA Draft…spent two seasons with Sacramento (2003-2004) …in her WNBA career she has played in 90 regular season games, including 19 starts, averaging 3.6 points and 1.6 rebounds in 11.9 minutes per game…has seen action in five playoff games, averaging 1.4 points and 0.6 rebounds in 6.0 minutes per game.

2006: Started 20 of 23 appearances before fracturing her patella in her left leg and missing the rest of the season … set a career-high 18 points at Los Angeles July 3, a career-high eight rebounds at New York June 30 … Before missing 11 games due to injury, averaged 6.7 points per game and 3.7 rebounds per game … scored 17 points and six rebounds with three steals and two assists vs. Houston July 18 … led the team in blocks seven times and rebounds three times … scored in double-figures six times.

2005: One of four Silver Stars players to see action in all 34 games, including 19 starts … averaged 6.0 points and 2.7 rebounds in 19.7 minutes per game … shot .466 (83-178) from the field and .804 (37-46) from the foul line … scored in double-digits six times … led the team in scoring twice, rebounds once and blocks seven times … finished with a career-high 16 points and 6 rebounds in 27 minutes at Los Angeles on 5/31… recorded 9 points and tied her career-high in rebounds with 7 at Indiana on 7/21 … posted back-to-back double figure scoring games (12 vs. Washington on 6/7 and 11 vs. Connecticut on 6/11.)

2004: Appeared in 30 games, averaging 2.6 points and 1.1 rebounds in 7.7 minutes per game … shot .391 (25-64) from the field and .730 (27-37) from the foul line…scored a career-high 10 points, twice (vs. New York 7/1 and at Detroit 7/12)…grabbed a career-high seven rebounds at Detroit on 7/12…appeared in two playoff games, averaging 1.0 points and 1.0 rebounds in 5.5 minutes per game.

2003: Appeared in 26 games, averaging 1.6 points in 6.5 minutes per game … shot .432 (19-44) from the field and .333 (4-12) from the foul line …scored a career-high eight points vs. Los Angeles (6/7) … tallied 42 points in her rookie season with the Monarchs … saw action in all five playoff games, averaging 1.4 points in 6.0 minutes per game.

Currently ranks 2nd all-time in the NCAA in field goal percentage for a season as she led the nation with a 72.3 FG% in 2001…Also ranks 7th all-time for field goal percentage in a game with a 95.0 FG% (19-of-20) against Portland State (12/23/00)…Vanderbilt’s all-time leading scorer (2,604)…Also set the Vanderbilt Career Field Goal Percentage record with a 65.1% career average (1020-of-1568)…2002-03: Earned AP All-America second team honors…Named a Top 20 finalist for the 2003 Naismith Award…All-SEC first team member…Led the Commodores with her 18.2 ppg average and 51 blocks, ranking her third in the SEC in both categories…Led the SEC with her 63.6 field goal percentage (217-of-341)…Tallied three double-doubles and scored in double figures in all but one game…2001-02: Kodak All-American…Named a Top 3 finalist for the 2002 Naismith, Wade Trophy and Honda Awards…SEC Player of the Year…All-SEC first team and SEC All-Tournament Team member…Earned AP, Women’s Basketball Journal, and GBall Magazine All-America honors…Named the 2002 ESPN the Magazine Women’s Center of the Year…NCAA Midwest Regional MVP…Averaged a team-leading 20.7 ppg (second in the SEC) and 6.8 rpg (tenth in the SEC)…Led the SEC in field goal percentage (64.7)…Recorded eight double-doubles and scored in double figures in all but one game…Scored 20-plus points in 20 games and 30-plus points in three games…Made at least half of her shots in all but one game, including 22 consecutive games…2000-01: All-SEC first team…SEC Tournament MVP…Top 15 Naismith Finalist…Earned AP, Women’s Basketball Journal and GB Magazine All-America honors…ESPN the Magazine Nominee for Women’s Center of the Year…Averaged a team-leading 21.2 ppg (second in the SEC)…Shot a nation-leading and SEC record 72.3 percent from the field (that mark was 0.1 percent off the NCAA record, but did set the NCAA record for field goal percentage by a sophomore…Joined the 1000-point club with her 24 point performance at Mississippi (2/11)…Broke her own Vanderbilt record scoring 41 points at Mississippi State (2/8)…Broke the VU school record at Portland State (12/23) totaling 19 field goals (20 attempts)…Made 29 of 30 field goals including 20 in a row in back-to-back games Dec. 17-23…Scored in double figures in 17 consecutive games, 32 total…1999-00: Named to the All-SEC second team (the first Commodore freshman since Harriet Brumfield in 1982 to be named to the All-SEC first or second team)…A unanimous choice for the SEC Freshman Team…AP SEC Honorable Mention Team… Averaged a team-leading 15.8 ppg (fifth in the SEC), and 5.6 rpg…Shot 58.9 percent from the field (216-of-367) which ranked second in the SEC…Grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds at Santa Barbara (1/25).

During the 2004-05 off-season played for USVO in Valenciennes Cedex, France averaging 9.7ppg (51.9 FG%) and 5.4 rpg…During the 2003-04 off-season played in 19 games for MiZo Pécsi VSK in Hungary averaging 15 ppg, 5.4 rpg and 0.8 bpg while shooting 54.7% from the floor…Member of gold-medal winning U.S. World University Games Team (2001)…Member of gold-medal winning USA Basketball Jones Cup Team (2000).


  • Full name is Chantelle (shawn-TELL) Denise Anderson
  • Nickname is “Chan”
  • Born in Loma Linda, California
  • Daughter of Paul and Nylene Anderson, and has three sisters Kristen, Amber and Kristin (step)
  • 2002 Tennessee Amateur Athlete of the Year
  • High School: Named to the 1999 Parade Magazine All-America High School Girls Basketball Team
  • Selected as USA Today’s 1999 Player of the Year in Washington
  • Street & Smith All-American
  • Washington and West Coast Gatorade Player of the Year

  • Career Transactions

    Selected in the first round (2nd overall) of the 2003 WNBA Draft .

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