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Kansas, University of
The University of Kansas, established in 1865, launched its women’s basketball program for the 1968-69 collegiate season. Over the years, the Jayhawks have made 11 NCAA Tournament appearances. Lynette Woodard played for Kansas and the Detroit Shock.


Kausaite, Aneta (1998)


Kausaite
Aneta Kausaite attended Emporia State University and was allocated to Detroit by the WNBA prior to the Shock’s inaugural season. She spent the 1998 campaign with the Shock and was waived on May 6, 1999.

Kausaite Bio and Statistics




Key Arena
The Seattle Storm have called Key Arena home since they first entered the WNBA for the 2000 season.


Kingi (Cross), Jae (2001, 2004)


Kingi
Jae Kingi was drafted by the Detroit Shock in the second round (22nd overall) of the 2001 WNBA Draft and played the 2001 season with the Shock. She did not play in the 2002 and 2003 WNBA seasons but was re-signed by the Shock for the 2004 season playing five games before being waived on July 3, 2004. Kingi was signed by Phoenix on July 8 of that year and finished the regular season with Mercury. Phoenix waived Kingi on May 20, 2005, and she signed with the San Antonio Silver Stars on March 13, 2006. She is married to former Shock coach Tom Cross.

Kingi Bio and Statistics


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