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2003 San Antonio Silver Stars season

2003 San Antonio Silver Stars season
Head Coach Candi Harvey
Shell Dailey (interim)
Arena SBC Center
Attendance 10,384 per game
Results
Record 12–22
(.353)
Place 6th (Western)
Playoff Finish Did not qualify
San Antonio Silver Stars seasons
< 2002 2004 >

The 2003 WNBA season was the 1st season for the franchise in San Antonio and the 7th season in the league as a franchise.

Offseason

Dispersal Draft

Pick Player Nationality WNBA Team Previous WNBA Team
12 LaQuanda Barksdale (G/F)  United States San Antonio Silver Stars (from Portland Fire)

WNBA Draft

Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
11 Coretta Brown (G)  United States North Carolina
25 Ke-Ke Tardy (F)  United States LSU
40 Brooke Armistead (G)  United States Austin Peay
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Regular season

Season Schedule

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 24 Seattle 65-56 Win 1-0
May 28 @ Phoenix 50-51 Loss 1-1
May 30 Minnesota 65-75 Loss 1-2
June 1 Connecticut 64-83 Loss 1-3
June 4 @ Charlotte 52-67 Loss 1-4
June 5 Phoenix 70-55 Win 2-4
June 7 Detroit 55-74 Loss 2-5
June 10 @ Washington 72-79 Loss 2-6
June 14 Charlotte 62-52 Win 3-6
June 20 Houston 76-69 Win 4-6
June 22 @ Seattle 53-93 Loss 4-7
June 24 @ Sacramento 60-57 Win 5-7
June 26 Los Angeles 58-67 Loss 5-8
June 28 @ Houston 49-64 Loss 5-9
July 1 @ Detroit 88-99 Loss 5-10
July 5 Phoenix 81-70 Win 6-10
July 10 @ Sacramento 76-89 Loss 6-11
July 16 @ Minnesota 78-85 Loss 6-12
July 17 Sacramento 60-62 Loss 6-13
July 19 Washington 77-85 Loss 6-14
July 23 @ Indiana 47-81 Loss 6-15
July 25 @ Minnesota 54-81 Loss 6-16
July 27 Cleveland 64-55 Win 7-16
July 30 @ Los Angeles 70-62 Win 8-16
August 1 Houston 63-53 Win 9-16
August 2 @ Houston 55-64 Loss 9-17
August 5 @ New York 60-69 Loss 9-18
August 7 Sacramento 61-86 Loss 9-19
August 9 Los Angeles 69-52 Win 10-19
August 12 @ Seattle 87-77 Win 11-19
August 16 Minnesota 64-73 Loss 11-20
August 20 Seattle 78-70 (OT) Win 12-20
August 22 @ Phoenix 62-89 Loss 12-21
August 23 @ Los Angeles 70-83 Loss 12-22

Season standings

Western Conference W L PCT GB Home Road Conf.
Los Angeles Sparks x 24 10 .706 11–6 13–4 17–7
Houston Comets x 20 14 .588 4.0 14–3 6–11 14–10
Sacramento Monarchs x 19 15 .559 5.0 12–5 7–10 13–11
Minnesota Lynx x 18 16 .529 6.0 11–6 7–10 14–10
Seattle Storm o 18 16 .529 6.0 13–4 5–12 11–13
San Antonio Silver Stars o 12 22 .353 12.0 9–8 3–14 10–14
Phoenix Mercury o 8 26 .235 16.0 6–11 2–15 5–19

Player stats

Note: GP= Games played; REB= Rebounds; AST= Assists; STL = Steals; BLK = Blocks; PTS = Points; AVG = Average

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS AVG
Marie Ferdinand-Harris 34 127 90 58 6 470 13.8
Margo Dydek 34 251 58 19 100 406 11.9
Adrienne Goodson 33 185 71 24 6 371 11.2
Gwen Jackson 33 205 20 15 17 289 8.8
Jennifer Azzi 34 91 111 27 9 260 7.6
Sylvia Crawley 33 105 19 18 19 115 3.5
Semeka Randall 33 53 23 11 0 88 2.7
LaQuanda Barksdale 26 33 5 1 3 59 2.3
Tausha Mills 29 55 7 4 2 58 2.0
LaTonya Johnson 31 25 9 3 1 58 1.9
Tai Dillard 24 15 15 7 4 41 1.7

Awards and honors

References

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