The 2019 WNBA All-Star Game rosters are set, so we revisited the college careers of the All-Stars who were student-athletes at a DI university.

The 16th WNBA All-Star game will be played on July 27 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The game will be aired on ABC at 3:30 p.m. ET. 

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Here are the 21 players who played in college and were selected for the 2019 WNBA All-Star Game.

All-Star Game Starters 

PLAYER WNBA TEAM POSITION College TEAM

Elena Delle Donne (captain)

Washington Mystics

Forward

Delaware (2009-2013)

A’ja Wilson (captain)

Las Vegas Aces

Forward

South Carolina (2014-2018)

Brittney Griner 

Phoenix Mercury

Center

Baylor (2009-2013)

Jonquel Jones

Connecticut Sun

Center

Clemson (2012-2013)
George Washington (2013-2016)

Natasha Howard

Seattle Storm

Forward

Florida State (2010-2014)

Jewell Loyd

Seattle Storm

Guard

Notre Dame (2012-2015)

Kia Nurse

New York Liberty

Guard

UConn (2014-2018) 

Chelsea Gray

Los Angeles Sparks

Guard

Duke (2012-2014) 

Kayla McBride

Las Vegas Aces

Guard

Notre Dame (2010-2014)

*Liz Cambage is on the WNBA All-Star starters roster, but did not attend a DI university. 

All-Star Game Reserves

PLAYER wnba TEAM POSITION College team

DeWanna Bonner

Phoenix Mercury

Forward

Auburn (2005-2009)

Tina Charles

New York Liberty

Forward

UConn (2006-2010)

Diamond DeShields 

Chicago Sky

Guard

North Carolina (2013-2014)
Tennessee (2015-2017)

Candice Dupree

Indiana Fever

Forward

Temple (2002-2006) 

Sylvia Fowles

Minnesota Lynx

Center

LSU (2004-2008) 

Nneka Ogwumike

Los Angeles Sparks

Forward

Stanford (2008-2012) 

Allie Quigley

Chicago Sky

Guard

DePaul (2004-2008) 

Odyssey Sims

Minnesota Lynx

Guard

Baylor (2010-2014) 

Alyssa Thomas

Connecticut Sun

Forward

Maryland (2010-2014) 

Kristi Toliver

Washington Mystics

Guard

Maryland (2005-2009) 

Courtney Vandersloot

Chicago Sky

Guard

Gonzaga (2007-2011) 

Erica Wheeler

Indiana Fever

Guard 

Rutgers (2009-2013) 

The head coaches for the game are Las Vegas coach Bill Laimbeer and Washington coach Mike Thibault. Laimbeer played at Notre Dame from 1975-79 and won three WNBA titles with the Detroit Shock. 

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