2003 Connecticut Sun Roster

Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
Team Record: 18-16
Finishing 3rd in the WNBA's Eastern Conference
Postseason: 2-2 Lost semifinals

First Round - Defeated Charlotte Sting 2-0
Conference Finals - Lost to Detroit Shock 2-0
Coach: Mike Thibault (18-16)
Location: Uncasville, Connecticut
Attendance: 102,433, Avg. 6,025 in 17 home dates
2003 Connecticut Sun Statistics

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

The Sun tossed in 2,384 points and gave up 2,409. Nykesha Sales scored a team-high 548 points for Connecticut, while Katie Douglas and Shannon Johnson contributed 11 or more per game, too. Taj McWilliams-Franklin accounted for 227 boards. Shannon Johnson dished out 196 assists for the squad.

On the defensive side of the ball, Nykesha Sales added 46 steals.

Mike Thibault coached the team. The 2003 Connecticut Sun lost in the semifinals of the playoffs.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Debbie BlackGJuly 29, 19665'3"124St. Joseph's
Courtney ColemanFApril 13, 19816'0"170Ohio State
Katie DouglasG-FMay 7, 19796'0"167Purdue
Jessie HicksF-CDecember 2, 19716'4"188Maryland
Adrienne JohnsonGFebruary 5, 19745'10"154Ohio State
Shannon JohnsonGAugust 18, 19745'7"152South CarolinaHartsville, SC USA
Rebecca LoboFOctober 6, 19736'4"190ConnecticutHartford, CT USA
Taj McWilliams-FranklinF-COctober 20, 19706'2"188St. Edwards
Wendy PalmerFAugust 12, 19746'2"165VirginiaTimberlake, NC USA
Nykesha SalesG-FMay 10, 19766'0"184Connecticut
Brooke WyckoffFMarch 30, 19806'1"183Florida State

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