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    WNBA Tip Off: League Loaded With SEC Stars

    The WNBA opens the 2013 season on Friday, May 24 and once again the league looks like the SEC All-Stars.  All told, 24 former SEC stars made WNBA opening day rosters.  Tennessee leads all SEC teams with eight former players.  

    All twelve WNBA teams have at least one former SEC player on their roster.  Atlanta has four , while San Antonio, Connecticut, and New York with three each.  

    Below is a list of all former SEC players who were on opening day rosters of the WNBA.

    Anne Marie Armstrong, Georgia
    Aneika Henry, Florida
    Armintie Herrington, Ole Miss
    Le’coe Willingham, Auburn

    Sylvia Fowles, LSU

    Allison Hightower, LSU
    Kara Lawson, Tennessee
    Tan White, Mississippi State

    Tamika Catchings, Tennessee

    Los Angeles
    A’dia Mathies Kentucky
    Candace Parker, Tennessee

    Seimone Augustus, LSU

    New York
    Kelsey Bone, Texas A&M
    Kara Braxton, Georgia
    Kamiko Williams, Tennessee

    DeWanna Bonner, Auburn
    Alexis Hornbuckle, Tennessee

    San Antonio
    Danielle Adams, Texas A&M
    Shameka Christon, Arkansas
    DeLisha Milton-Jones, Florida

    Temeka Johnson, LSU
    Shekinna Stricklen, Tennessee

    Glory Johnson, Tennessee

    Michelle Snow, Tennessee