Texas A&M Aggies Women's Basketball - Notable Former Players

Notable Former Players

Name Career at Texas A&M Notability Year drafted by WNBA Reference
Danielle Adams 2009–11 First first-team All-American in program's history Current WNBA player for the San Antonio Silver Stars 2011
Sydney Colson 2007-11 Ranks in top 10 in career assist Current WNBA player for the New York Liberty 2011
Morenike Atunrase 2004–08 Former WNBA player for the San Antonio Silver Stars 2008
A'Quonesia Franklin 2004–08 Former WNBA player for the Sacramento Monarchs 2008
Danielle Gant 2005–09 Ranks in the top 10 of many categories TBD
Kelly Krauskopf 1980–83 Chief Operation Officer and General Manager for the Indiana Fever N/A
Jaynetta Saunders 1999–01 Former WNBA player for Phoenix Mercury 2001
Takia Starks 2005–09 All-time leading scorer in A&M history TBD
Toccara Williams 2000–04 Former WNBA player for San Antonio Silver Stars 2004

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