The Associated Press’ 2003-04 preseason women’s All-America team, with school, year, height, position, votes from a 47-member national media panel and key stats from last season:
Diana Taurasi, Connecticut, sr, 6-0, g, 47, 17.9 pts, 6.1 rebs, 4.4 assists, 70 3-pointers.
Alana Beard, Duke, sr, 5-11, g/f, 47, 22.0 pts, 6.9 rebs, 2.8 stls, 52.7 fg pct.
Nicole Ohlde, Kansas State, sr, 6-5, c, 34, 18.5 pts, 9.0 rebs, 1.9 blocks, 57.3 fg pct.
Kelly Mazzante, Penn State, sr, 6-0, g, 28, 23.9 pts, 4.6 rebs, 2.5 stls, 98 3-pointers.
Nicole Powell, Stanford, sr, 6-2, f, 25, 18.8 pts, 9.3 rebs, 3.8 assists, 1.9 stls.
Others receiving votes (in alphabetical order): Seimone Augustus, LSU; Tera Bjorklund, Colorado; Rebekkah Brunson, Georgetown; Chandi Jones, Houston; Jessica Moore, Connecticut; Cappie Pondexter, Rutgers; Kim Smith, Utah; Stacy Stephens, Texas; Christi Thomas, Georgia; Kendra Wecker, Kansas State; Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota; Shereka Wright, Purdue; Tanisha Wright, Penn State.
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