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Palie Bio and Statistics
After one season in Orlando, Palmer-Daniel and the Miracle moved to Connecticut where she played for two seasons before signing with the San Antonio Silver Stars as a free agent on April 21, 2005. Following the 2005 WNBA Season, Palmer-Daniel signed with the Seattle Storm as a free agent on February 24, 2006.
Palmer-Daniel Bio and Statistics
Mike Perkins was named the assistant athletic trainer for the Shock in 2005 and the head athletic trainer during the championship season of 2006.
The Atlanta Dream joined the WNBA in 2008 and play their home games at Phillips Arena.
Plenette Pierson, Anna DeForge, Edwina Brown, Jae Kingi (Cross), Niele Ivey, Tamicha Jackson, Tamara Moore, Stacey Thomas, Angelina Williams and Oksana Zakaluzhnaya all played for both the Phoenix Mercury and the Detroit Shock at one point in their careers. Andrea Stinson was traded to the Mercury in 2005, but was immediately released and resigned by the Shock, and Detroit's first head coach and general manager, Nancy Lieberman, also played with the Mercury during their inaugural campaign.
After finishing her collegiate career at Rutgers University, Picott went undrafted in 2000, signing with the WNBA as a free agent and being assigned to the Shock on May 1, 2000. Detroit waived Picott on May 7, 2000.
Pierson, Plenette (2005-current)
As a collegian, Pierson was named to the Associated Press All-America Third Team and All-Big 12 First Team as a senior after averaging 17.8 points and 8.1 rebounds. As a junior, she earned All-Big 12 Second Team honors, and in 1999-2000, she was named the Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year.
Pierson Bio and Statistics
Following the 2005 WNBA Season, Powell was selected by the Chicago Sky in the 2005 WNBA Expansion Draft. She was waived by the Sky on July 22, 2006 and signed by the Shock as a free agent on July 26, 2006. Later that season, she and the Shock won the 2006 WNBA Championship.
Powell Bio and Statistics
Purdue University, established in 1869, launched its women's basketball program for the 1975-76 collegiate season. Over the years, the Boilermakers have advanced to 17 NCAA Tournament appearances winning one National Championship in 1999. Joy Holmes-Harris played for both Purdue and the Detroit Shock. The Shock also drafted Purdue grads Erika Valek and Shereka Wright in the 2004 WNBA Draft trading them both that same day to Phoenix .
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