2000 Charlotte Sting Roster

Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
Team Record: 8-24
Finishing 8th in the WNBA's Eastern Conference
Coach: T.R. Dunn (8-24)
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 105,525, Avg. 6,595 in 16 home dates
2000 Charlotte Sting Statistics

The Charlotte Sting of the Women's National Basketball Association ended the 2000 season with a record of 8 wins and 24 losses, finishing eighth in the WNBA's Eastern Conference.

The Sting racked up 2,186 points and gave up 2,429, most in the circuit. Andrea Stinson tossed in a team-leading 565 points for Charlotte, and Rhonda Mapp scored 11 or more per game, too. Rhonda Mapp contributed 205 boards. Dawn Staley dished out 190 assists for the squad.

On the defensive side of the ball, Andrea Stinson added 55 steals.

T.R. Dunn coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Cass Bauer-BilodeauF-CJune 27, 19726'4"180Montana State
Angie BrazielFSeptember 18, 19766'2"169Texas Tech
Shalonda EnisF-CDecember 3, 19746'1"185Alabama
Summer ErbCJuly 25, 19776'6"240North Carolina State
E.C. HillGApril 6, 19715'7"173Northern Illinois
Niesa JohnsonGFebruary 7, 19735'9"146Alabama
Larecha JonesGJuly 24, 19776'1"180Ohio State
Rhonda MappCOctober 13, 19696'2"190North Carolina State
Tracy ReidFNovember 1, 19765'11"150North Carolina
Charlotte SmithFMay 2, 19755'10"145Stanford
Dawn StaleyGMay 4, 19705'6"134VirginiaPhiladelphia, PA USA
Andrea StinsonGNovember 25, 19675'10"158North Carolina State
Tiffany TravisG-FMarch 20, 19785'11"145Florida

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