Lady Techsters in the WNBA

[Louisiana Tech: Pipeline to the WNBA]


LaShawn Brown
Louisiana Tech (1992-95)
Free Agent Signee
Washington Mystics (1998)

Alisa Burras
Louisiana Tech (1996-98)
Selected in ABL Expansion Draft
Cleveland Rockers (1999), Portland Fire (2000-2002), Seattle Storm (2003)

Amisha Carter
Louisiana Tech (2002-04)
2004 WNBA Draft (2nd Round, 17th overall by New York Liberty)
Detroit Shock (2004-present)

Cheryl Ford
Louisiana Tech (1999-2003)
2003 WNBA Draft (1st Round, 3rd overall by Detroit Shock)
Detroit Shock (2003-present)

Trina Frierson
Louisiana Tech (1999-2004)
2004 WNBA Draft (2nd Round, 19th overall by Seattle Storm)
Seattle Storm (2004-present)

Tamicha Jackson
Louisiana Tech (1996-2000)
2000 WNBA Draft (1st Round, 8th overall by Detroit Shock)
Detroit Shock (2000), Portland Fire (2001-2002), Phoenix Mercury (2003),Washington Mystics (2004-present)

Vickie Johnson
Louisiana Tech (1992-96)
1997 WNBA Draft (2nd Round, 12th overall by New York Liberty in Elite Draft)
New York Liberty (1997-present)

Venus Lacy
Louisiana Tech (1987-90)
WNBA Free Agent Signee
New York Liberty (1999)

Janice Lawrence-Braxton
Louisiana Tech (1980-84)
WNBA Free Agent Signee
Cleveland Rockers (1997-99 player, 2000-2003 coach)

Betty Lennox
Louisiana Tech (1998-2000)
2000 WNBA Draft (1st Round, 6th overall by the Minnesota Lynx)
Minnesota Lynx (2000-2001), Miami Sol (2002), Cleveland Rockers (2003),Seattle Storm (2004-present)

Takeisha Lewis
Louisiana Tech (1998-2002)
2002 WNBA Draft (3rd Round, 35th overall by Seattle Storm)
Seattle Storm (2002)

Monica Maxwell
Louisiana Tech (1995-99)
1999 WNBA Free Agent Signee
Washington Mystics (1999), Indiana Fever (2000-2002)

Racquel Spurlock
Louisiana Tech (1992-96)
1997 WNBA Draft (3rd Round, 17th overall by the Houston Comets)
Houston Comets (1997)

Ayana Walker
Louisiana Tech (1998-2002)
2002 WNBA Draft (2nd Round, 20th overall by the Detroit Shock)
Detroit Shock (2002-present)

Teresa Weatherspoon
Louisiana Tech (1984-88)
New York Liberty (1997-2003), Los Angeles Spark (2004)

Amanda Wilson
Louisiana Tech (1995-99)
1999 WNBA Draft (4th Round, 46th overall by Phoenix Mercury
Phoenix Mercury (1999-2000)

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