Summary

WNBL

WNBL

6 Championships
1998/99, 1999/00, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2005/06, 2009/10

4-time MVP
1998/99, 1999/00, 2002/03, 2003/04

6-time All-Star
1998/99, 1999/00, 2000/01, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2003/04

4-time Grand Final MVP
2001/02, 2002/03, 2005/06, 2009/10

WNBA

WNBA

2 Championships
2004, 2010

3-time MVP
2003, 2007, 2010

8-time All-Star
2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010

7-time All-WNBA First Team
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010

Europe

EUROPE

3 EuroLeague Championships
2008, 2009, 2012

2-time EuroLeague All-Star
2008, 2009

2 Russian Championships
2007, 2008

1 Spanish Championship
2011/12

1 EuroLeague Final Four MVP
2008

International

INTERNATIONAL

3 Olympic Silver Medals
2000, 2004, 2008

1 Olympic Bronze Medal
2012

1 World Championship Gold
2006

2 World Championship Bronze
1998, 2002

1 Commonwealth Gold
2006

Year By Year

1997

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  • WNBL Rookie of the Year
  • WNBL: #5 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (3.3)
  • WNBL: #7 in Total Rebounds Per Game (8.1)
  • WNBL: #8 in Blocked Shots Per Game (0.8)
  • WNBL: #10 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (4.8)
  • Junior World Championships Silver medal
  • Australian National Women's team debut (youngest ever at 16)
  • Australian Junior Player of the Year
1998

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  • Albury Wodonga Young Achiever of the Year Award
  • Basketball NSW co-senior female player of the year
  • Basketball NSW junior female player of the year
  • Australian Junior Player of the Year
  • AIS Junior Athlete of the Year
  • WNBL: #2 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (7.0)
  • WNBL: #3 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (3.6)
  • WNBL: #3 in Total Rebounds Per Game (10.6)
  • WNBL: #3 in Field Goal Percentage (54.4)
  • WNBL: #4 in Points Per Game (16.2)
  • WNBL: #5 in Blocked Shots Per Game (0.9)
  • World Championships (Berlin, Germany) Bronze medal
1999

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  • 1998/99 WNBL Minor Premiership with AIS
  • 1998/99 WNBL Championship with AIS
  • 1998/99 WNBL MVP
  • 1998/99 WNBL All Star
  • 1998/99 WNBL leading scorer
  • 1998/99 WNBL "Top Shooter"
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #1 in Points Per Game (23.2)
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #1 in Field Goal Percentage (54.1)
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #1 in Total Rebounds Per Game (11.9)
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #1 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (8.9)
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #1 in Defensive Assists Per Game (1.4)
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #2 in Blocked Shots Per Game (2.2)
  • 1998/99 WNBL: #3 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (3.1)
  • Co-AIS Junior Athlete of the Year
  • Australian International Player of the Year - Maher Medal
  • Australian Junior Player of the Year
  • Australian U20 Nationals R.E. Staunton medal
2000

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  • 1999/00 Canberra Capitals MVP
  • 1999/00 WNBL Minor Premiership with Canberra Capitals
  • 1999/00 WNBL Championship with Canberra Capitals
  • 1999/00 WNBL co-MVP (with Trisha Fallon)
  • 1999/00 WNBL All Star
  • 1999/00 WNBL leading scorer (23.4 pg)
  • 1999/00 WNBL leader in defensive rebounds (8.2) and total rebounds (11.1)
  • 1999/00 WNBL leader in blocks (2.5 pg)
  • Junior Female Athlete of the Year - Australian Sports Awards
  • ACT Sports Star of the Year
  • ACT Female Athlete of the Year
  • Young NSW Sportsperson of the Year
  • Young Australian of the Year runner-up
  • NSW Young Achiever of the Year runner-up
  • Olympic Games (Sydney, Australia) Silver medal
  • Active Australia Day Ambassador
  • Australian International Player of the Year - Maher Medal
2001

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  • 2000/01 Canberra Capitals MVP
  • 2000/01 Canberra Capitals leading scorer (431)
  • 2000/01 Canberra Capitals leading rebounder (283)
  • 2000/01 Canberra Capitals leading shot blocker (85)
  • 2000/01 WNBL Grand Finalist
  • 2000/01 WNBL leader in blocks (4.3 pg),
  • 2000/01 WNBL leader in defensive rebounds (10.8 pg)
  • 2000/01 WNBL leader in rebounds (14.2 pg)
  • 2000/01 WNBL All Star
  • 2000/01 WNBL Minor Premiership with Canberra Capitals
  • WNBA: #1 Draft Pick
  • Seattle Storm leading scorer (442)
  • Seattle Storm leading shot blocker (64)
  • Seattle Storm leader in steals (54)
  • Seattle Storm leading rebounder (193)
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference reserve (first ever Seattle Storm representative)
  • Recorded Seattle Storm's first double double in franchise history (July 3)
2002

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  • 2001/02 Canberra Capitals leading scorer (316 in 13 games)
  • 2001/02 Canberra Capitals co-leading shot blocker (44)
  • 2001/02 Canberra Capitals leading defensive rebounder (113)
  • 2001/02 Canberra Capitals MVP
  • 2001/02 WNBL Statistical Award - Best FG% (52.7)
  • 2001/02 WNBL Statistical Award - Most Blocked Shots (3.4 pg)
  • 2001/02 WNBL Championship with Canberra Capitals
  • 2001/02 WNBL Grand Final MVP
  • 2001/02 WNBL All Star
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #1 in Field Goal Percentage (52.7)
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #1 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (8.7)
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #1 in Blocked Shots Per Game (3.4)
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #2 in Points Per Game (24.3)
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #2 in Three Point Percentage (40.5)
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #2 in Total Rebounds Per Game (11.8)
  • 2001/02 WNBL: #5 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (3.1)
  • Seattle Storm leading scorer (482)
  • Seattle Storm leading shot blocker (81)
  • Seattle Storm leading rebounder (190)
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference reserve
  • WNBA: #3 in blocks per game (2.9)
  • WNBA: #4 in average points per game (17.2)
  • Seattle P-I Sports Star of the Year nominee
  • World Championships (China) Bronze Medal
  • World Championships leading scorer (208)
  • World Championships All Star 5 member
  • Australian International Player of the Year - Maher Medal
  • ACT Female Sportstar of the Year
2003

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  • 2002/03 ABC Basketballer of the Year
  • 2002/03 Canberra Capitals MVP
  • 2002/03 Canberra Capitals leading scorer (462 - 27.2 per game)
  • 2002/03 Canberra Capitals leading rebounder (198 - 11.6 per game)
  • 2002/03 Canberra Capitals leading shot blocker (50 - 2.9 per game)
  • 2002/03 WNBL Minor Premiership with Canberra Capitals
  • 2002/03 WNBL 3rd all time highest points average for a season (27.2)
  • 2002/03 WNBL Championship with Canberra Capitals
  • 2002/03 WNBL Grand Final MVP
  • 2002/03 WNBL All Star
  • 2002/03 WNBL MVP
  • 2002/03 WNBL "Top Shooter"
  • 2002/03 WNBL Robyn Maher Defensive Player of the Year co-runner up (with Rachael Sporn)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #1 in Points Per Game (27.2)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #1 in Field Goal Percentage (54.4)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #1 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (8.0)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #1 in Total Rebounds Per Game (11.6)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #2 in Blocked Shots Per Game (2.9)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #3 in Free Throw Percenteage (81.9)
  • 2002/03 WNBL: #3 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (3.6)
  • WNBA Player of the Week from June 2 - June 8
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference named as reserve - started the game
  • WNBA Player of the Week from July 21 - July 27
  • Seattle Storm franchise record in rebounds (20) in a game (July 31 v Charlotte)
  • Seattle Storm franchise first 20-20 performance - 23 points, 20 rebounds (July 31 v Charlotte)
  • Seattle Storm franchise record in points (34) in a game (August 6 v LA)
  • WNBA record for most field goals made (17) in a game (August 6 v LA)
  • WNBA Player of the Week from August 4 - 10
  • WNBA: season record for most consecutive double-doubles (7)
  • WNBA: equal record for most consecutive double-doubles
  • WNBA: #1 in Points Per Game (21.2)
  • WNBA: #1 in Points (698.0)
  • WNBA: #1 in Field Goals Made (254.0)
  • WNBA: #1 in Total Efficiency Points (796.0)
  • WNBA: #1 in Efficiency Ranking (24.12)
  • WNBA: #2 in Total Rebounds (307.0)
  • WNBA: #2 in Blocks (64.0)
  • WNBA: #2 in Defensive Rebounds (225.0)
  • WNBA: #3 in Blocks Per Game (1.94)
  • WNBA: #3 in Double-doubles (13.0)
  • WNBA: #3 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (6.8) WNBA: #4 in Rebounds Per Game (9.3)
  • WNBA: #6 in Field-Goal Percentage (0.483)
  • WNBA: #7 in Offensive Rebounds (82.0)
  • WNBA: #9 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (2.5)
  • WNBA second highest record for points in a season all-time (698)
  • Seattle Storm leading scorer (698 - 21.2 per game)
  • Seattle Storm leading shot blocker (64 - 1.94 per game)
  • Seattle Storm leading rebounder (307 - 9.3 per game)
  • Seattle Storm leading field goal shooter (48.3%)
  • WNBA MVP - youngest MVP, first non-playoff team MVP, first non-US MVP
  • WNBA: All-WNBA first team
  • October 2 - awarded the key to the City of Canberra
  • FIBA World Cup MVP
  • ACT Sports Star of the Year
  • ACT Female Athlete of the Year
  • 'Seattle Post-Intelligencer' Pro Female Athlete of the Year
  • Australian Sport Awards Female Athlete of the Year finalist
2004

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  • 2003/04 ABC Basketballer of the Year
  • 2003/04 WNBL 2nd all time highest points average for a season (27.9)
  • 2003/04 WNBL equal 3rd all time highest defensives rebounds average for a season (9.2)
  • 2003/04 WNBL 5th all time highest total rebounds average for a season (13.8)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Points Per Game (27.9)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Points (391)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Rebounds Per Game (13.8)2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Rebounds (193)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (9.2)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (4.6)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Blocks Per Game (2.4)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Blocks (33)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Efficiency Ranking (33.86)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Field Goals Made (145) 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Free Throws Made (89)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #1 in Field Goal Percentage (50.0)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #2 in Offensive Rebounds (64)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #2 in Defensive Rebounds (129)
  • 2003/04 WNBL: #3 in Steals Per Turnover (1.39)
  • 2003/04 WNBL All-Star
  • 2003/04 WNBL MVP - record fouth title
  • 2003/04 Canberra Capitals MVP
  • 2003/04 Canberra Capitals leading scorer (391 - 27.9 per game)
  • 2003/04 Canberra Capitals leading rebounder (193 - 13.8 per game)
  • 2003/04 Canberra Capitals leading shot blocker (33 - 2.4 per game)
  • ESPY for Best WNBA Player
  • FIBA Diamond Ball Championship
  • Daffodil Day Ambassador
  • Olympic Games (Athens, Greece) Silver medal
  • Olympics: #1 in Points Per Game (22.9)
  • Olympics: #1 in Points (183)
  • Olympics: #1 in Defensive Rebounds (53)
  • Olympics: #1 in Total Rebounds (80)
  • Olympics: #1 in Field Goals Made (71)
  • Olympics: #2 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (6.6) Olympics: #2 in Total Blocks (13)
  • Olympics: #2 in Blocks Per Game (1.6)
  • Olympics: #3 in Offensive Rebounds (3.4)
  • Olympics: #3 in Rebounds Per Game (10.0)
  • Olympics: #4 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (27)
  • Olympics: #4 in Field Goal Percentage (54.2)
  • WNBA Player of the Week from July 12-18
  • WNBA Player of the Week from July 19-25
  • WNBA: #1 in Points Per Game (20.5)
  • WNBA: #1 in Total Points (634)
  • WNBA: #2 in Efficiency (20.81)
  • WNBA: #2 in Field Goals Made (220)
  • WNBA: #3 in Three Points Percentage (45%)
  • WNBA: #3 in Blocks Per Game (2.0) WNBA: #3 in Total Blocks (62)
  • WNBA: #4 in Free Throws Made (142)
  • WNBA: #6 in Field Goal Percentage (48%)
  • WNBA: #7 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (4.6)
  • WNBA: #10 in Rebounds Per Game (6.7)
  • WNBA Western Conference Champions with the Seattle Storm
  • WNBA: All-WNBA first team
  • WNBA Championship with the Seattle Storm
  • Australian Sportswoman of the Year (sports editor's choice)
  • 'Seattle Post-Intelligencer' Pro Female Athlete of the Year
  • NSW Athlete of the Year finalist
  • Australian Sport Awards Female Athlete of the Year finalist
  • Australian International Player of the Year - Maher Medal
  • AAP's #1 Australian Sportswoman
2005

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  • WNBL: Named to the 25th Anniversary team as highest vote recipient
  • National Youth Week Supporter
  • WNBA Player of the Week from May 29 - June 4
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference starter
  • ESPY for Best WNBA Player
  • WNBA All-Defensive Second Team
  • WNBA: #1 in Efficiency (21.7)
  • WNBA: #1 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (6.38)
  • WNBA: #1 in Total Defensive Rebounds (217)
  • WNBA: #1 in Double-doubles (12)
  • WNBA: #2 in Points Per Game (17.6)
  • WNBA: #2 in Total Points (597)
  • WNBA: #2 in Free Throw Attempts (181)
  • WNBA: #2 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (2.82)
  • WNBA: #2 in Total Offensive Rebounds (96)
  • WNBA: #2 in Rebounds Per Game (9.2)
  • WNBA: #2 in Total Rebounds (313)
  • WNBA: #3 in Field Goals Made (206)
  • WNBA: #3 in Made Free Throws (151)
  • WNBA: #4 in Blocks Per Game (2.0)
  • WNBA: #4 in Total Blocks (67)
  • WNBA: All-WNBA first team
  • WNBA MVP runner-up
2006

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  • 2005/06 WNBL Championship with the Canberra Capitals
  • 2005/06 WNBL Grand Final MVP
  • Commonwealth Games (Melbourne, Australia) Gold medal
  • Comm Games: #1 in Total Points (155)
  • Comm Games: #1 in Points Per Game (31.00)
  • Comm Games: #1 in Field Goals Made (58)
  • Comm Games: #1 in Field Goals Made Per Game (11.60)
  • Comm Games: #2 in Free Throws Made (30)
  • Comm Games: #3 in Total Blocks (8)
  • Comm Games: #3 in Blocks Per Game (1.60)
  • Comm Games: #5 in Field Goal Percentage (57.43)
  • Comm Games: #5 in Three Pointers Made (9)
  • Comm Games: #5 in Three Pointers Made Per Game (1.80)
  • Comm Games: #8 in Total Rebounds (35)
  • Comm Games: #8 in Rebounds Per Game (7.00)
  • National Youth Week Supporter
  • Opals World Challenge MVP
  • Opals World Challenge All-Star
  • WNBA: All-Decade 10th Anniversary Team
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference starter
  • WNBA Player of the Week from June 26 - July 2
  • WNBA: #1 in Efficiency (23.7)
  • WNBA: #1 in Free Throws Made (206)
  • WNBA: #2 in Field Goal Percentage (53.5%)
  • WNBA: #3 in Blocks Per Game (1.7)
  • WNBA: #4 in Total Blocks (51)
  • WNBA: #4 in Points Per Game (19.5)
  • WNBA: #4 in Free Throw Percentage (89.9%)
  • WNBA: #4 in Free Throw Attempts (189)
  • WNBA: #5 in Rebounds Per Game (7.7)
  • WNBA: #5 in Double Doubles (8)
  • WNBA: #6 in Total Points (585)
  • WNBA: #6 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (5.33)
  • WNBA: #7 in Field Goals Made (193)
  • WNBA: #7 in Total Rebounds (230)
  • WNBA: #8 in Total Defensive Rebounds (160)
  • WNBA: #8 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (2.33)
  • WNBA: All-WNBA first team
  • AIS Hall of Fame inductee
  • World Championships (Brazil) Gold medal as team Captain
  • World Championships: #1 in Points Per Game (21.3)
  • World Championships: #1 in Efficiency (22.4)
  • World Championships: #2 in Rebounds Per Game (9.0)
  • World Championships: #2 in Free Throws Made Per Game (5.4)
  • World Championships: #2 in 2pt Field Goal Percentage (59.0%)
  • World Championships: #2 in Total Points (170)
  • World Championships: #3 in Field Goal Percentage (54.8%)
  • World Championships: #3 in 2pointers Made (47)
  • World Championships: #3 in Total Rebounds (72)
  • World Championships: #4 in Blocks Per Game (1.4)
  • World Championships: #4 in Total Blocks (11)
  • World Championships: #5 in 2pt Field Goals Made Per Game (5.9)
  • ACT Sports Star of the Year
  • Australian International Player of the Year - Maher Medal
  • AAP's #1 Australian Sportswoman
  • Release of the LJ15 range of orthotics (November 30
2007

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  • WKBL Round 2 MVP
  • WKBL All-Star
  • WKBL All-Star Game MVP
  • WKBL: #1 in Points Per Game (30.15)
  • WKBL: #1 in Total Points (603)
  • WNBL: #1 in 2pt Shots made (202)
  • WKBL: #1 in Total Blocks (29)
  • WKBL: #1 in Blocked Shots Per Game (1.45)
  • WKBL: #1 in Efficiency (48.84)
  • WKBL: #2 in 2pt Percentage (58.21%)
  • WKBL: #2 in 3pt Percentage (38.04%)
  • WKBL: #2 in Total Free Throws Made (94)
  • WKBL: #2 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (9.80)
  • WKBL: #2 in Total Defensive Rebounds (196)
  • WKBL: #3 in Free Throw Percentage (81.03%)
  • WKBL: #3 in 3pt Shots made (35)
  • WKBL: #3 in Steals Per Game (2.20)
  • WKBL: #3 in Total Steals (44)
  • WKBL: #4 in Rebounds Per Game (13.10)
  • WKBL: #4 in Total Rebounds (262)
  • WKBL: #5 in Minutes Per Game (36.50)
  • WKBL: #5 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (3.30)
  • WKBL: #5 in Total Offensive Rebounds (66)
  • WKBL: All-WKBL first team
  • WKBL single season scoring record
  • WKBL Grand Finalist
  • Russian SuperLeague Championship with Spartak
  • WNBA Player of the Week from June 11 - June 17
  • WNBA Player of the Week from June 25 - July 1
  • WNBA Player of the Week from July 9 - July 22
  • WNBA Player of the Week from July 23 - July 29
  • WNBA Player of the Week from August 13 - August 19 (record 5th time in a season)
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference starter
  • WNBA: Fifth player of all-time to surpass 4000 points
  • WNBA record for most field goals made (18) in a game (July 24 v Washington)
  • WNBA tied-record for most points in a game (47) (July 24 v Washington)
  • WNBA: #1 in Points Per Game (23.8)
  • WNBA: #1 in Rebounds Per Game (9.7)
  • WNBA: #1 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (7.1)
  • WNBA: #1 in Total Defensive Rebounds (220)
  • WNBA: #1 in Total Rebounds (300)
  • WNBA: #1 in Double Doubles (17)
  • WNBA: #1 in Efficiency (27.58)
  • WNBA: #2 in Total Points (739)
  • WNBA: #2 in Total Blocks (63)
  • WNBA: #2 in Blocks Per Game (2.03)
  • WNBA: #2 in Field Goals Made (258)
  • WNBA: #2 in Free Throws Made (174)
  • WNBA: #3 in Field Goal Percentage (51.9%)
  • WNBA: #3 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (2.6)
  • WNBA: #3 in Free Throw Attempts (197)
  • WNBA: #4 in Total Offensive Rebounds (80)
  • WNBA: #5 in Free Throw Percentage (88.3%)
  • WNBA Peak Performer in Points
  • WNBA Peak Performer in Rebounds
  • WNBA Defensive Player of the Year
  • WNBA All-Defensive First Team
  • WNBA MVP
  • WNBA: All-WNBA First Team
  • Sports Illustrated Magazine's pro basketball women's Athlete of the Year
2008

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  • EuroLeague All-Star
  • EuroLeague Championship with Spartak MR
  • EuroLeague Final Four MVP
  • EuroLeague All Final Four Team
  • EuroLeague: #1 in Points Per Game (23.6)
  • EuroLeague: #1 in 3pt Percentage (56.5%)
  • EuroLeague: #1 in Field Goals Made Per Game (8.5)
  • EuroLeague: #3 in 3pt Field Goals Made Per Game (2.6)
  • EuroLeague: #3 in Free Throw Percentage (88.1%)
  • EuroLeague: #4 in Field Goal Percentage (59.5%)
  • EuroLeague: #5 in 2pt Field Goal Percentage (61.0%)
  • EuroLeague: #5 in Blocked Shots Per Game (1.2)
  • Russian SuperLeague Championship with Spartak
  • Pacific School Games Ambassador
  • WNBA Player of the Week from June 30 - July 6
  • WNBA All-Defensive Second Team
  • WNBA: All-WNBA Second Team
  • ESPY for Best WNBA Player
  • FIBA Diamond Ball tournament MVP
  • FIBA Diamond Ball All-Tournament team
  • Olympic Games (Beijing, China) Silver medal
  • Olympics: #1 in Double-Doubles (5)
  • Olympics: #2 in Points Per Game (17.3)
  • Olympics: #2 in Total Points (138)
  • Olympics: #2 in Total Rebounds (69)
  • Olympics: #4 in Rebounds Per Game (8.6)
  • Australian International Player of the Year - Maher Medal (co-winner with Suzy Batkovic)
2009

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  • EuroLeague All-Star
  • EuroLeague Championship with Spartak MR
  • EuroLeague: #4 in Free Throw Percentage (86.7%)
  • EuroLeague: #8 in 3pt Field Goals Made Per Game (2.1)
  • WNBA Player of the Week from June 15 - June 21
  • WNBA All-Star Western Conference starter
  • WNBA: #2 in Blocks Per Game (1.7)
  • WNBA: #3 in Total Blocks (45)
  • WNBA: #3 in Points Per Game (19.2)
  • WNBA: #3 in Efficiency (20.0)
  • WNBA: #4 in 3pt Percentage (43%)
  • WNBA All-Defensive First Team
  • WNBA: All-WNBA First Team
2010

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  • Australia Day Ambassador
  • 2009/10 WNBL Championship with the Canberra Capitals
  • 2009/10 WNBL Grand Final MVP
  • 2009/10 WNBL Chairman's Award
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week from May 15 - May 23
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Month for May
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week from May 31- June 6
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week from June 21 - June 27
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week from June 28 - July 4
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Month for June
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week from July 12 - July 18
  • WNBA Western Conference Player of the Month for July
  • WNBA All-Star 'WNBA v USA Basketball'
  • WNBA: #3 in Total Free Throws Made (162)
  • WNBA: #4 in Total Points (656)
  • WNBA: #4 in Points Per Game (20.5)
  • WNBA: #4 in Free Throw Percentage (91)
  • WNBA: #4 in Efficiency Per Game (22.1)
  • WNBA: #5 in Blocks Per Game (1.2)
  • WNBA: #5 in Offensive Rebounds Per Game (2.8)
  • WNBA: #5 in Total Free Throw Attempts (178)
  • WNBA: #6 in Total Offensive Rebounds (89)
  • WNBA: #6 in Total Field Goals Made (220)
  • WNBA: #6 in Defensive Rebounds Per Game (5.5)
  • WNBA: #7 in Total Blocks (38)
  • WNBA: #7 in Total Rebounds (264)
  • WNBA: #7 in Double Doubles (9)
  • WNBA: #6 in Rebounds Per Game (8.6)
  • WNBA: #9 in Total Defensive Rebounds (175)
  • WNBA Western Conference Champions with the Seattle Storm
  • WNBA All-Defensive Second Team
  • WNBA All-WNBA First Team
  • WNBA MVP
  • WNBA Championship with the Seattle Storm
  • WNBA Finals MVP
  • EuroLeague Player of the Week from Nov 27 - Dec 2
  • NSW Sports Federation Team Athlete of the Year
2011

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  • Basketball NSW Hall of Fame inductee
  • Albury Sports Stadium re-named the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre on October 22
2012

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  • EuroLeague Championship with Ros Casares Valencia
  • Spanish Liga Femenina Championship with Ros Casares Valencia
  • Australian Olympic Team flag bearer
  • All-time leading points scorer in Olympic women's basketball history (575)
  • Olympic Games (London, Great Britain) Bronze medal
  • Olympics: #1 in Total Points (127)
  • Olympics: #1 in Total Rebounds (63)
  • Olympics: #3 in Points Per Game (15.9)
  • Olympics: #3 in Rebounds Per Game (7.9)
  • Women's Health I Support Women in Sport - Leadership Legend award