The Minnesota Lynx finalize 2022 training camp roster  –

The Minnesota Lynx finalized the team’s training camp roster on Wednesday. Newcomers included 2022 draft selections Kayla Jones (22nd overall) and Hannah Sjerven (28th overall). The team also added rookie forward Chloe Bibby and rookie guards CeCe Hooks and Moon Ursin to training camp.

The Lynx has a two-game preseason schedule: a trip to Washington against the Mystics on Wednesday, April 27, and then a home contest against the Las Vegas Aces on Sunday, May 1. The team begins the regular season on Friday, May 6 on the road against the Seattle Storm.

2022 Minnesota Lynx Training Camp Roster

No Player Pos Birthdate College/From Exp.
11 Natalie Achonwa F 11/22/1992 Notre Dame/Canada 7
15 Rachel Banham G 07/15/1993 Minnesota/USA 6
55 Chloe Bibby F 06/15/1998 Maryland/ Australia R
6 Bridget Carleton F 05/22/1997 Iowa State/Canada 3
24 Napheesa Collier^ F 09/23/1996 Connecticut/USA 3
7 Layshia Clarendon G 05/02/1991 California/USA 9
2 Crystal Dangerfield* G 05/11/1998 Connecticut/USA 2
12 Damiris Dantas F 11/17/1992 Brazil 7
0 Rennia Davis F 02/24/1999 Tennessee/USA R
34 Sylvia Fowles C 10/06/1985 Louisiana State/USA 14
5 CeCe Hooks G 05/30/1999 Ohio/USA R
25 Kayla Jones F 05/20/1999 North Carolina State/USA R
1 Natasha Mack F 11/03/1997 Oklahoma State/USA 1
21 Kayla McBride* G 06/25/1992 Notre Dame/USA 8
35 Angel McCoughtry F 11/10/1986 Louisville/USA 12
3 Aerial Powers G 01/17/1994 Michigan State/USA 6
10 Jessica Shepard* F 09/11/1996 Notre Dame/USA 2
30 Hannah Sjerven F 06/11/1998 South Dakota/USA R
6 Yvonne Turner G 10/13/1987 Nebraska/USA 3
4 Moon Ursin G 12/21/1998 Tulane/USA R

*Dangerfield, McBride, Shepard tentative late arrivals due to overseas commitments

^ Collier out due to pregnancy

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