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    Diana Taurasi
    3 Diana Taurasi
    Hometown:
    Chino, Calif.

    High School:
    Don Lugo

    Position:
    Guard

    Olympics:
    2004 (Gold), 2008 (Gold), 2012 (Gold)

    10/05/2014

    Undefeated USA Claims FIBA World Championship Gold With 77-64 Win Over Spain

    Maya Moore Named World Championship MVP

    10/04/2014

    Defense Propels USA Past Australia 82-70, Into FIBA World Championship Gold Medal Game

    USA Takes On Spain in Tomorrow's Gold Medal Game

    09/28/2014

    U.S. National Team Tops Serbia, 94-74

    Former UConn star Maya Moore registered 17 points and 12 rebounds in the win

    09/27/2014

    U.S. National Team Opens 2014 FIBA World Championship with 87-56 Win Over China

    Breanna Stewart scored two points in nine minutes for the USA

    09/23/2014

    Breanna Stewart and Four Former UConn Greats Named to USA Basketball World Championship Team Roster

    FIBA World Championship Set for Sept. 27 - Oct. 5 in Turkey

    08/11/2012

    Team USA Wins Fifth-Straight Gold Medal! (AP)

    Auriemma and six former Huskies lead the U.S. to an 86-50 win over France in the title game.

    07/28/2012

    Diana Taurasi London Olympics Gallery (AP)

    Images of former UConn star playing in the 2012 Olympics.

    07/12/2012

    UConn Olympics Photo Gallery

    Images of the London Olympics participants with UConn ties.

    Became UConn's first two-time national player of the year in 2004 ... Guided the Huskies to three consecutive national championships ... UConn boasted an overall mark of 139-8 during Taurasi's tenure in Storrs ... Three-time Kodak AllAmerica selection ... Two-time Associated Press First Team All-America choice ... First player in UConn history to total 2,000 points, 600 assists and 600 rebounds in a career ... No. 1 overall Draft Pick in the 2004 WNBA Draft by the Phoenix Mercury ... Member of the 2004 and 2008 U.S. Olympic Basketball Team which captured the gold medal at the Athens and Beijing Olympics respectively ... Named 2004 WNBA Rookie of the Year ... Seven-Time WNBA All-Star ... Honored as an All-WNBA selection in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 and was voted as the league's Most Valuable Player in 2009 ... Led WNBA with a league-record 25.3 ppg average in 2006 ... Ranks fifth all-time on UConn's scoring list with 2,156 career points ... Ranks seventh for the highest career scoring average with a 15.0 points per game clip.


    SeasonGFGFGAFG%3FG3FGA3%FTFTAFT%TRRPGATOBSMINPTSPPG
    2000-0133127286.44471184.3863641.8781063.210972293979136110.9
    2001-0239200405.49492209.4407287.8281584.1208834650113156414.6
    2002-0337237498.47670200.350119146.8152256.11611154532118166317.9
    2003-0435197432.45685218.39089112.7951394.0170832753111556816.2
    Totals1447611621.469318811.392316386.8196284.46483531471744218215615.0
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