2003 Cleveland Rockers Roster

Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
Team Record: 17-17
Finishing 4th in the WNBA's Eastern Conference
Postseason: 1-2 Lost first round

First Round - Lost to Detroit Shock 2-1
Coach: Dan Hughes (17-17)
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Attendance: 125,793, Avg. 7,400 in 17 home dates
2003 Cleveland Rockers Statistics

The Cleveland Rockers of the Women's National Basketball Association ended the 2003 season with a record of 17 wins and 17 losses, finishing fourth in the WNBA's Eastern Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-2.

Cleveland poured in 2,229 points and allowed 2,210. Chasity Melvin scored a team-best 444 points for the Rockers, while Penny Taylor and LaToya Thomas netted 10 or more per game, too. Chasity Melvin accounted for 215 rebounds. Helen Darling dished out 128 assists for the squad.

On defense, Helen Darling added 39 steals.

Dan Hughes coached the team. The 2003 Cleveland Rockers lost in the first round of the playoffs.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Lucienne BerthieuF-CMarch 31, 19786'2"188Old Dominion
Helen DarlingGAugust 29, 19785'6"164Penn State
Tracy HendersonCDecember 31, 19746'3"200Georgia
Deanna JacksonFDecember 15, 19796'2"155Alabama-Birmingham
Pollyanna Johns KimbroughCNovember 6, 19756'3"165Michigan
Merlakia JonesGJuly 21, 19735'9"147Florida
Betty LennoxGDecember 4, 19765'8"143Louisiana Tech
Chasity MelvinC-FMay 3, 19766'3"185North Carolina State
Jennifer RizzottiGMay 15, 19745'6"146Connecticut
Penny TaylorFMay 24, 19816'1"168Melbourne, VIC AUS
LaToya ThomasFJuly 6, 19816'2"165Mississippi State

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