Penny Taylor

Penny Taylor (born Penelope Jane Taylor on 24 May 1981) is an Australian professional basketball player. She currently plays for the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA and Turkish team Fenerbahçe Istanbul in the EuroLeague Women. In September 2006, she led the Australian Women's Basketball team (the Opals) to a gold medal at the World Championships, winning tournament MVP honours ahead of teammate Lauren Jackson.

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Australia Women's National Basketball Team - History - 2000s
... With Penny Taylor contributing with 14.8 points per game, Australia dominated early winning their first seven games, all by double digits ... by Lauren Jackson’s 21.3 points per game and Penny Taylor’s 18 points per game, first and third best in the tournament respectively, the Opals played their ... against Russia, the Opals led throughout, paced by Penny Taylor’s 28 points and Lauren Jackson’s 11 rebounds ...
Newbery Medal - Newbery Recipients
... Mathis,Sharon Bell !Sharon Bell Mathis Hundred Penny Box,The !The Hundred Penny Box Honor 1976 Yep,Laurence !Laurence Yep Dragonwings Honor 1977 Taylor,Mildred !Mildred Taylor Roll of ... Dean Myers Scorpions Honor 1990 Lowry,Lois !Lois Lowry Number the Stars Winner 1990 Lislie,Janey Taylor !Janet Taylor Lisle Afternoon of the Elves Honor 1990 Staples,Suzanne Fisher !Suzanne Fisher ... Holm Penny from Heaven Honor 2007 Larson,Kirby !Kirby Larson Hattie Big Sky Honor 2007 Lord,Cynthia !Cynthia Lord Rules Honor 2008 Schlitz,Laura Amy !Laura ...

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