Oregon's legendary "Big Three" of (middle), (right) and made history in 2020, becoming the first three Oregon players ever to be selected in the first round of a WNBA and only the seventh trio of players from the same team to all be taken within the first 10 picks of the same draft. Ionescu and Sabally became just the fourth pair of teamates ever to go 1-2 in the same WNBA Draft. ALL-TIME WNBA DRAFT PICKS Year Player Position Round Pick Team 2020 Sabrina Ionescu Guard 1st 1st Satou Sabally Forward 1st 2nd Ruthy Hebard Forward 1st 8th Sky 2019 Maite Cazorla Guard 2nd 23rd 2016 Forward 2nd 20th 2012 Amanda Johnson Forward 3rd 33rd Phoenix Mercury 2005 Forward 3rd 27th Stars 2003 Shaquala Williams Guard 3rd 30th Rockers 2002 Edniesha Curry Guard 3rd 41st 2001 Jenny Mowe* 2nd 20th Angelina Wolvert Forward 3rd 43rd * First Duck ever taken in the WNBA Draft

ALL-TIME WNBA #PRODUCKS Player Position Years Teams Jillian Alleyne Forward 2016-19 Phoenix, Connecticut, New York, Minnesota Lexi Bando Guard 2018 Maite Cazorla Guard 2019-Pres. Atlanta Edniesha Curry Guard 2003-05 Charlotte, Phoenix, Washington Brandi Davis Guard 2006 Los Angeles Ruthy Hebard Forward 2020-Pres. Chicago Sabrina Ionescu Guard 2020-Pres. New York Amanda Johnson Forward 2012 Phoenix Cathrine Kraayeveld Forward 2005-14 San Antonio, New York, Chicago, Atlanta Taylor Lilley Guard 2010 Phoenix Jenny Mowe Center 2001-03 Portland, Washington, Los Angeles Satou Sabally Forward 2020-Pres. Dallas Debbie Sporcich Forward 1996 Seattle Shaquala Williams Guard 2003 Cleveland, Los Angeles Angelina Wolvert Forward 2001 Cleveland Active WNBA #ProDucks are in bold

SABRINA IONESCU went to the New York Liberty with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft, joining George Shaw (NFL, 1955) and Dave Roberts (MLB, 1972) as the only UO athletes to be taken first overall in their respective professional draft. 2020-21 OREGON WOMEN'S ACTIVE WNBA #PRODUCKS

SATOU SABALLY joined , , and as the only rookies in WNBA history to average at least 13.0 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game.

MAITE CAZORLA RUTHY HEBARD SABRINA IONESCU SATOU SABALLY Atlanta Dream New York Liberty Dallas Wings Cazorla averaged 3.0 PPG and 1.6 APG in Hebard helped the Sky earn a playoff bid The No. 1 overall pick in 2020 appeared in just Sabally became the first Duck alum ever to 31 appearances for the Dream as a rookie in 2020, appearing in 23 games (7 starts) three games as a rookie before suffering an earn WNBA all-Rookie honors in 2020, leading in 2019 before opting out of the COVID-19- while averaging 5.7 PPG and 3.9 RPG. Hebard ankle injury. Ionescu erupted for 33 points in all rookies with 7.8 RPG and five double- shortened 2020 WNBA season to remain scored a career-high 22 points on 9-of-12 her second career game, becoming just the doubles while ranking third with 13.9 PPG. home in Spain. Cazorla is expected to rejoin shooting in the regular-season finale and seventh WNBA rookie ever to post at least 30 Sabally is only the fifth WNBA rookie ever to the Dream for the 2021 season. shot 68.2 percent from the floor as a rookie. points, five rebounds and five assists in a game. average at least 13.0 PPG, 7.8 RPG and 2.5 APG.


OTI GILDON - Oregon's current interim director of creativity/student-athlete support - was named the 2020 Portugal Eurobasket Forward of the Year and a Eurobasket all-Portuguese first- team selection after leading Lombos Quinta (Portugal) with 16.8 points and 10.2 rebounds per game while shooting 54.1 percent from the floor in 2019-20.

ALL-TIME INTERNATIONAL #PRODUCKS Player Position Countries Jillian Alleyne Forward Spain, Israel, Russia Andrea Bills Center , Spain, China, Ukraine, Isreal Maite Cazorla Guard Spain Kaela Chapdelaine Guard Micaela Cocks Guard New Zealand, Brandi Davis Guard Finland Renae Fegent Forward France Oti Gildon Forward Portugal Kris Glidden Forward Belgium, France Ruthy Hebard Forward Turkey Helen Higgs Center Germany Jasmin Holliday Forward Finland Natalie Hughes Guard Australia Ellyce Ironmonger Forward Australia Nia Jackson Guard Finland Amanda Johnson Forward Bulgaria Stefanie Kasperski Center Japan Lauri Landerholm Guard France Alison Lang Center Italy Taylor Lilley Guard Australia Katelyn Loper Guard Luxembourg Jenny Mowe Center Poland, China, South Korea Ellie Manou Forward Australia Gabi Neumann Center Germany Lexi Petersen Guard Greece, Iceland Amy Pettersen Forward Australia Satou Sabally Forward Turkey Vanessa Selden Guard Spain Bev Smith Forward Italy Angie Snider Forward Germany Debbie Sporcich Forward Belgium, Italy, Spain Ariel Thomas Guard Czech Republic, Australia Tatianna Thomas Forward Australia, Bulgaria Sara Wilson Center Australia, Sweden Angelina Wolvert Forward Italy After opting out of the COVID-19-shortened 2020 WNBA season, MAITE CAZORLA led her Active international #ProDucks are in bold Perfumerías Avenida team to the Spanish Super Cup championship during the summer while earning most valuable player honors. 2020-21 OREGON WOMEN'S BASKETBALL