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Lauren Jackson
Center, Seattle Storm
Lisa Fernandez
On the list because the Aussie was the WNBA's MVP in '03. She led the league in scoring, and, as's Nancy Lieberman wrote, "Her remarkable consistency, confidence and mental toughness have helped her transform into one of the league's best."
On the list because she's been the premier pitcher in the world for a decade. At the 2000 Olympic Games, she led the U.S. to gold and set an Olympic record with 25 strikeouts in one game and compiled a record-low 0.47 ERA. Also plays third; at UCLA, led the nation in 1993 with a .510 batting average and a 0.25 ERA.