2004 WNBA Player Survey Results: Age




Teresa Edwards returns as the oldest player in the WNBA.
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2003 RESULTS
Average Experience
Average Height
Average Weight
2004 WNBA PLAYER SURVEY AVERAGES (ordered by age)
TEAMAGE
Sacramento Monarchs28.73
Charlotte Sting28.21
Houston Comets27.98
Seattle Storm27.52
Los Angeles Sparks27.50
New York Liberty27.24
San Antonio Silver Stars26.71
Indiana Fever26.71
Connecticut Sun26.18
Washington Mystics25.91
Minnesota Lynx25.85
Detroit Shock25.45
Phoenix Mercury25.12

CONFERENCE AVERAGES
Western Conference27.02
Eastern Conference26.58

WNBA AVERAGES
WNBA Average26.82

YOUNGEST PLAYERS
PlayerTeamAge
Nuria MartinezMinnesota Lynx20.45
Ebony HoffmanIndiana Fever21.86
Candace FutrellConnecticut Sun21.90
Agnieszka BibrzyckaSan Antonio Silver Stars21.91
Nicole PowellCharlotte Sting21.92
Christi ThomasLos Angeles Sparks21.95
Doneeka HodgesLos Angeles Sparks22.00
Ashley RobinsonPhoenix Mercury22.06
Lindsay WhalenConnecticut Sun22.09
Amber JacobsMinnesota Lynx22.09
OLDEST PLAYERS
PlayerTeamAge
Teresa EdwardsMinnesota Lynx40.03
Teresa WeatherspoonLos Angeles Sparks38.63
Adrienne GoodsonSan Antonio Silver Stars37.92
Debbie BlackConnecticut Sun37.84
Ruthie BoltonSacramento Monarchs37.28
Andrea StinsonCharlotte Sting36.51
Edna CampbellSacramento Monarchs35.78
Tari PhillipsNew York Liberty35.45
Yolanda GriffithSacramento Monarchs34.52
Dawn StaleyCharlotte Sting34.07
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