2005 Women's Basketball Alumnae Reunion
Photo taken by Eric Powell
Introduced at intermission of the GW-Rhode Island game were (standing, l-r): Martha Williams '95,Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mandisa Turner-Watkins '99, New York; Rachel (Mercer) Perkins '91, Woodbridge, Va.; Anne (Riley) Pappalardo '91 (with daughter,Emily), Leesburg, Va.; Lei (Sawyers) Hart '96, Alexandria, Va.; Marlo Egleston '00, Elkland, Pa.; Vesna Perak '99, Washington, and Khadijia Deas-Joseph '99, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Kneeling (from left): Chasity (Myers) Crawley '00, Baltimore, Md.; Cathy Neville '95, Pewaukee, Wisc.; Lindsey Davidson '03, Washington; Leslie Carlson '01, New York; Myriah (Lonergan) Cain '96 of Knoxville, Tenn., and Kristeena Alexander '01, Alexandria, Va.
Also attending, but not pictured, were: Lisa Cermignano '97, Alexandria,Va.; Starr Jefferson '00, Bowie, Md.; Tajama (Abraham) Ngongba '97, Alexandria, Va.; Darlene Saar-Graybeal '95, Ashburn, Va., and Demetria Tipps '04 of Washington, as well as former assistant coaches Kara McVey and Kathy Wilson-Duprey.
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