2003 WNBA Player Survey Results: Height



PLAYER SURVEY
Average Age
Average Experience
Average Weight


Magot Dydek stands tall above the competition at 7'2".
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2002-03 WNBA PLAYER SURVEY AVERAGES (ordered by height)
TEAMHEIGHT
San Antonio Silver Stars72.91 (6'0.91")
Sacramento Monarchs72.55 (6'0.55")
Minnesota Lynx72.42 (6'0.42")
Detroit Shock72.15 (6'0.15")
Houston Comets71.91 (5'11.91")
Seattle Storm71.83 (5'11.83")
Connecticut Sun71.82 (5'11.82")
Los Angeles Sparks71.82 (5'11.82")
Charlotte Sting71.64 (5'11.64")
Phoenix Mercury71.54(5'11.54")
Cleveland Rockers71.50 (5'11.50")
Washington Mystics71.31 (5'11.31")
Indiana Fever71.25 (5'11.25")
New York Liberty71.18 (5'11.18")

CONFERENCE AVERAGES
Eastern Conference71.55 (5'11.55")
Western Conference72.12 (6'0.12")

WNBA AVERAGES
WNBA Average71.84 (5'11.84")
2002 WNBA Average71.75 (5'11.75")

TALLEST PLAYERS
PlayerTeamHeight
Margo DydekSan Antonio Silver Stars7'2"
Chantelle AndersonSacramento Monarchs6'6"
Michele Van GorpMinnesota Lynx6'6"
Elena BaranovaNew York Liberty6'5"
Janell BurseMinnesota Lynx6'5"
Sylvia CrawleySan Antonio Silver Stars6'5"
Lauren JacksonSeattle Storm6'5"
Lisa LeslieLos Angeles Sparks6'5"
Ruth RileyDetroit Shock6'5"
Nakia SanfordWashington Mystics6'5"
SHORTEST PLAYERS
PlayerTeamHeight
Debbie BlackConnecticut Sun5'3"
Kristi HarrowerMinnesota Lynx5'4"
Stacy ClinesmithDetroit Shock5'5"
Tully BevilaquaSeattle Storm5'6"
Grace DaleyPhoenix Mercury5'6"
Helen DarlingCleveland Rockers5'6"
Becky HammonNew York Liberty5'6"
Tamicha JacksonPhoenix Mercury5'6"
Jennifer RizzottiCleveland Rockers5'6"
Dawn StaleyCharlotte Sting5'6"
Coquese WashingtonIndiana Fever5'6"
Rita WilliamsSeattle Storm5'6"
Shaquala WilliamsLos Angeles Sparks5'6"
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