Trisha Fallon | 9
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 PPG 10.4
 RPG 2.5
 APG 1.1
Position:  G-F
Born: 07/23/72
Height: 6-3 /  1,91
Weight: 165  lbs. / 74,8  kg.
From: Australia
Career Highlights
  • Member of silver medal-winning Australian Olympic Team in 2000
  • Member of bronze medal-winning Australian Olympic Team in 1996
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    In 31 games, averaged 10.4 points and 2.5 rebounds...was inserted into the starting lineup on 6/22 and started 16 games in 2001...led the Mercury in scoring 10 times and minutes on 10 occasions...consistently ranked among top ten WNBA leaders and ended the year with a .490 field goal percentage, good for seventh place in the WNBA...posted 10 points in her Mercury debut on 5/30...missed the game at Portland on 6/4 due to illness...set a career-high with 18 points vs. Charlotte on 6/5 and equaled this number at Indiana on 7/1 and at Sacramento on 7/29…hit the game-winning shot with 0.7 seconds left as Phoenix defeated Portland on 7/19…broke her own career-high by scoring 24 points vs. Portland on 8/11...posted 14 points and a career-high seven rebounds on 8/14 vs. Houston...set several season and career records in the final two games of the season...reached the 50 assist milestone this season and stands just one shy of both her 100th rebound and 400th point.

    Missed the entire 2000 season due to her commitment to the Australian National Team that competed in the 2000 Olympics…1999: In her rookie season averaged 3.0 ppg, 0.8 rpg, 0.8 apg and 10.8 mpg in 26 games with the Minnesota Lynx…was selected by Minnesota in the second round (19th overall) of the 1999 WNBA Draft…was obtained by Phoenix as part of a six-player trade from Minnesota on October 27, 1999.

    Has played professionally in Australia’s WNBL for ten years (from 1990-97 and again in 1999-2000)…named the 1999-2000 MVP of the Australian Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL)…averaged 20.7 ppg and 6.9 rpg for the Sydney Flames…named to 1999-2000 WNBL All-Star Team…has been a member of the Australian National team, the Opals, since 1991…was part of the Australian Olympic Teams in 2000 (silver medal) and 1996 (bronze medal)… played part of the 1994-95 season in Wemex Berlin and averaged 21.0 ppg… did not play during 1997-98 season due to pregnancy…played for Famila Schio team in Italy for the 1998-99 season and averaged 13.4 ppg, 4.6 rpg and 31.9 mpg in 14 games…also spent the 2000-01 off-season with Famila Schio…spent the 2001-02 off-season with Ros Casares in Valencia, Spain.


    Has a four-year old daughter named Tashia…Nickname is “Gidget”, which was given to her by her teammates for her interest in boogie boarding…Enjoys playing tennis and was a junior state level tennis player before switching to basketball at age 15…Has modeling experience…Appeared in the 1995 Australian Golden Girls Calendar… Lists Chinese food and seafood as her favorite types of food… Enjoys listening to R&B and Hip Hop music…Likes to shop… Lists Happy Gilmore as her favorite movie… Enjoys spending time with her family… Lists her hobbies as eating out because “I am not a very good cook.”