Pro Athletes Women — 19 December 2012

This is our first compilation of all the professional women athletes in division 1 across the globe that are eligible to play for the Nigerian team. Some of the athletes like Nneka Ogwumike, Glory Johnson and Mary Durojaye have represented other countries in the Junior division but are still eligible to play for Nigeria. If there is anyone we missed out please let us know, and if there is anyone on our list that is not eligible for Nigeria, let us know as well. Ogwumike and Johnson are currently playing in the Polish league because of the WNBA off season, but they are still contracted to their respective teams listed.

Nneka Ogwumike Los Angeles Sparks – WNBA Forward 6’2 1990
Glory Johnson Tulsa Shock – WNBA Forward 6’3 1990
Nicky Anosike Los Angeles Sparks – WNBA Forward 6’3 1986
Abi Olajuwon Heilongjiang Chenneng – CHINA Centre 6’4 1988
Adaora Elonu Hapoel Galil Elion – Israel Forward 6’1 1990
Olayinka Sanni Villeneuve – France Centre 6’2 1986
Ify Ibekwe Union Hainut Forward 6’2 1989
Mary Durojaye Muraltese – Switzerland Forward 6’2 1990
Ndidi Madu Al Qazeres – Spain Forward 6’1 1989
Chinenze Nwagbo Gorzow – Poland Forward 6’2 1982
Charity Szczechowiak Artego Bydgoszcz – Poland Center 6’3 1985
Mactabene Amachree TED Ankara – Turkey Forward 6’3 1978
Olayinka Olorunnife Townsville Fire – Australia Center 6’0 1990
Valerie Ogoke Canberra Transact Capitals – Australia Forward 6’2 1986
Justina Udenze Gimle BBK Bergen – Norway Centre 6’3 1989

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