Becky has emerged on the¬†Women’s¬†National Basketball Association¬†scene as one of the top players in the league, and was named to the All-WNBA Second Team in 2005 and 2006¬†as a member of the New York Liberty.
You may not be able to grab one off the glass in a professional basketball game, but you can participate in the Rebounds for Research program and know that your efforts (just like Cheryl’s!) are going to fund research to cure painful and disfiguring tumors. You can make a pledge for every rebound Cheryl makes during the entire WNBA basketball season.
Fran Harris traveled to over 30 countries, played professional basketball in Italy and Switzerland, and has endured her own share of highlights and lowlights including being on NCAA (University of Texas at Austin) and WNBA Championship (Houston Comets) teams to losing her mother at age 16 — experiences for which she is profoundly grateful.
Jennifer has won an NCAA Basketball Championship at Stanford University, and was honored with both the Naismith and Wade Trophies. She is an Olympic Gold Medalist and is regarded as one of the best players to ever play the game of basketball.¬† As the Salt Lake Tribune expressed, “Jennifer Azzi is no doubt the best fit athlete to play the sport of basketball, male or female.” As well took part in lot of WNBA games in 1999-2003
On April 4, 2007 she was drafted by the Seattle Storm in the WNBA draft. In her rookie season she has been quoted as being one of the best pure shooters of the game. Many have compared her to other Indiana greats such as Larry Bird and Katie Douglas. Upon her return to Indiana to verse the Indiana Fever on June 13,2007 Beech Grove honored Gearlds for her achievements and representation of their city.