2003 Charlotte Sting Roster

Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
Team Record: 18-16
Finishing 2nd in the WNBA's Eastern Conference
Postseason: 0-2 Lost first round

First Round - Lost to Connecticut Sun 2-0
Coach: Trudi Lacey (18-16)
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Attendance: 120,061, Avg. 7,062 in 17 home dates
2003 Charlotte Sting Statistics

The Charlotte Sting of the Women's National Basketball Association ended the 2003 season with a record of 18 wins and 16 losses, finishing second in the WNBA's Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-2.

Charlotte racked up 2,217 points and yielded 2,195. Allison Feaster tossed in a team-leading 422 points for the Sting, while Andrea Stinson scored 10 or more per game also. Tammy Sutton-Brown racked up 201 boards. Dawn Staley dished out 174 assists for the squad.

Defensively, Allison Feaster added 52 steals.

Trudi Lacey coached the team. The 2003 Charlotte Sting lost in the first round of the playoffs.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Rushia BrownFMay 5, 19726'2"175FurmanNew York, NY USA
Marla BrumfieldGJune 6, 19785'8"133Rice
Erin Buescher PerperoglouF-GJune 5, 19796'3"181The Master's College
Shalonda EnisF-CDecember 3, 19746'1"185Alabama
Allison FeasterFFebruary 11, 19765'11"168Harvard
Tynesha LewisGMay 8, 19795'10"152North Carolina State
Kelly MillerGSeptember 6, 19785'10"140Georgia
Teana MillerC-FOctober 5, 19806'3"220Tulane
Charlotte SmithFMay 2, 19755'10"145Stanford
Dawn StaleyGMay 4, 19705'6"134VirginiaPhiladelphia, PA USA
Andrea StinsonGNovember 25, 19675'10"158North Carolina State
Tammy Sutton-BrownCJanuary 27, 19786'4"199RutgersMarkham, ON CAN



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