Rounding out the WNBA first five

  • Updated: April 11, 2011 - 11:02 PM

ROUNDING OUT WNBA FIRST FIVE

The Lynx had the first and fourth overall picks in the draft. Here's the rest of the top five:

2. TULSA SHOCK

Elizabeth Cambage, C, Australia

Doesn't expect her to be with the Shock in 2012. Instead, the 19-year-old plans to spend the year in Australia, preparing for the London Olympics.

3. CHICAGO SKY

Courtney Vandersloot, G, Gonzaga

The 5-8 guard led Gonzaga to the Sweet 16. Vandersloot became the first player in NCAA history to score 2,000 points and dish out 1,000 assists.

5. LOS ANGELES SPARKS

Jantel Lavender, C, Ohio State

The only four-time Big Ten Player of the Year. Was fifth in the NCAA with 22.8 points per game this season and led the Big Ten with 10.9 rebounds per game.

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Toronto - WP: A. Sanchez 5 FINAL
NY Yankees - LP: D. Robertson 4
Washington - WP: D. Fister 4 FINAL
Cincinnati - LP: M. Latos 2
Arizona - LP: V. Nuno 2 FINAL
Philadelphia - WP: R. Hernandez 4
Boston - WP: A. Webster 3 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: C. Archer 2
NY Mets - WP: J. deGrom 2 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: J. Nelson 0
Miami - WP: J. Turner 4 FINAL
Houston - LP: C. McHugh 2
Chicago WSox - LP: R. Belisario 3 FINAL
Minnesota - WP: J. Burton 4
Cleveland - WP: D. Salazar 10 FINAL
Kansas City - LP: B. Chen 3
St. Louis - WP: A. Wainwright 1 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - LP: K. Hendricks 0
Detroit - LP: J. Chamberlain 1 FINAL
LA Angels - WP: J. Smith 2
Pittsburgh - WP: T. Watson 7 FINAL
Colorado - LP: R. Brothers 5
Baltimore - WP: T. McFarland 3 FINAL
Seattle - LP: Y. Medina 2
San Diego - LP: E. Stults 3 FINAL
Atlanta - WP: M. Minor 8
Oakland - WP: S. Kazmir 9 FINAL
Texas - LP: M. Mikolas 3
Los Angeles - WP: H. Ryu 4 FINAL
San Francisco - LP: J. Peavy 3
FC Dallas 2 FINAL
Vancouver FC 2
Portland 3 FINAL
Montreal 2
Calgary 26 FINAL
Edmonton 22
Winnipeg 23 FINAL
Brt Columbia 6
Ottawa 23 FINAL
Hamilton 33
Toronto 9 FINAL
Saskatchewan 37
Minnesota 76 FINAL
Connecticut 65
Atlanta 67 FINAL
Washington 77
Chicago 69 FINAL
Tulsa 79
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