2007 San Antonio Silver Stars Roster

Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA)
Team Record: 20-14
Finishing 2nd in the WNBA's Western Conference
Postseason: 2-3 Lost semifinals

First Round - Defeated Sacramento Monarchs 2-1
Conference Finals - Lost to Phoenix Mercury 2-0
Coach: Dan Hughes (20-14)
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Attendance: 128,680, Avg. 7,569 in 17 home dates
2007 San Antonio Silver Stars Statistics

The San Antonio Silver Stars of the Women's National Basketball Association ended the 2007 season with a record of 20 wins and 14 losses, finishing second in the WNBA's Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-3.

The Silver Stars racked up 2,517 points and surrendered 2,484. Sophia Young tossed in a team-high 553 points for San Antonio, while Becky Hammon scored 12 or more per game, too. Sophia Young contributed 193 boards. Becky Hammon dished out 140 assists for the squad.

On defense, Sophia Young added 49 steals, and Ruth Riley blocked 59 shots.

Dan Hughes coached the team. The 2007 San Antonio Silver Stars lost in the semifinals of the playoffs.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Chantelle AndersonCJanuary 22, 19816'6"190Vanderbilt
Erin Buescher PerperoglouF-GJune 5, 19796'3"181The Master's College
Helen DarlingGAugust 29, 19785'6"164Penn State
Marie Ferdinand-HarrisGOctober 13, 19785'9"153Louisiana State
Becky HammonGMarch 11, 19775'6"136Colorado StateRapid City, SD USA
Sandora IrvinFFebruary 23, 19826'3"185Texas Christian
Vickie JohnsonG-FApril 15, 19725'9"150Louisiana TechCoushatta, LA USA
Camille LittleFJanuary 18, 19856'2"180North Carolina
Ruth RileyCAugust 28, 19796'5"198Notre DameRansom, KS USA
Kendra WeckerFDecember 16, 19826'1"172Kansas State
Sophia YoungFDecember 15, 19836'1"165Baylor
Shanna Zolman CrossleyGSeptember 7, 19835'10"155Tennessee

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