WNBL Top Shooter Award

The WNBL Top Shooter Award is an annual Women's National Basketball League (WNBL) award given since the 1981 WNBL season. [1]

WinnersEdit

Denotes player whose team won championship that year
Denotes player inducted into the Australian Basketball Hall of Fame
Denotes player who is still active
Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player had won at that time
Team (X) Denotes the number of times a player from this team had won at that time
Season Player Points PPG Nationality Team
1981 Julie Nykiel 288 22.1   Australia Noarlunga Tigers
1982 Karen Ogden 410 24.1   Australia St Kilda Saints
1983 Julie Nykiel (2) 398 23.4   Australia Noarlunga Tigers (2)
1984 Julie Nykiel (3) 227 25.2   Australia Noarlunga Tigers (3)
1985 Julie Nykiel (4) 297 19.8   Australia Noarlunga Tigers (4)
1986 Karin Maar 500 20.0   Australia Coburg Cougars
1987 Kathy Foster 415 20.8   Australia Hobart Islanders
1988 Julie Nykiel (5) 452 21.5   Australia Noarlunga Tigers (5)
1989 Kathy Foster (2) 517 20.7   Australia Hobart Islanders (2)
1990 Debbie Slimmon 553 22.1   Australia Bulleen Melbourne Boomers
1991 Joanne Metcalfe 479 21.8   Australia Melbourne Tigers
1992 Jodie Murphy 376 17.9   Australia Canberra Capitals
1993 Samantha Thornton 359 18.9   Australia Dandenong Rangers
1994 Sandy Brondello 340 17.0   Australia Brisbane Blazers
Shelley Gorman   Australia Sydney Flames
1995 Sandy Brondello (2) 357 20.0   Australia Brisbane Blazers (2)
1996 Gina Stevens 375 21.3   Australia Perth Breakers
1997 Rachael Sporn 429 21.0   Australia Adelaide Lightning
1998 Allison Cook 232 19.0   Australia Bulleen Melbourne Boomers (2)
1998–99 Lauren Jackson 463 23.2   Australia Australian Institute of Sport
1999–00 Trisha Fallon 434 20.7   Australia Sydney Flames (2)
2000–01 Penny Taylor 536 25.5   Australia Dandenong Rangers (2)
2001–02 Penny Taylor (2) 570 28.5   Australia Dandenong Rangers (3)
2002–03 Lauren Jackson (2) 462 27.2   Australia Canberra Capitals (2)
2003–04 Lauren Jackson (3) 391 27.9   Australia Canberra Capitals (3)
2004–05 Belinda Snell 427 20.3   Australia Sydney Uni Flames (3)
2005–06 Deanna Smith 456 21.7   Australia Perth Lynx (2)
2006–07 Hollie Grima 403 19.0   Australia Bulleen Melbourne Boomers (3)
2007–08 Natalie Porter 566 24.6   Australia Sydney Uni Flames (4)
2008–09 Rohanee Cox 466 21.2   Australia Townsville Fire
2009–10 Suzy Batkovic 491 24.6   Australia Sydney Uni Flames (5)
2010–11 Liz Cambage 490 22.3   Australia Bulleen Boomers (4)
2011–12 Suzy Batkovic (2) 439 24.3   Australia Adelaide Lightning (2)
2012–13 Suzy Batkovic (3) 405 21.3   Australia Adelaide Lightning (3)
2013–14 Jenna O'Hea 453 20.6   Australia Dandenong Rangers (4)
2014–15 Abby Bishop 506 23.0   Australia Canberra Capitals (4)
2015–16 Suzy Batkovic (4) 498 20.8   Australia Townsville Fire (2)
2016–17 Sami Whitcomb 567 23.6   United States Perth Lynx (3)
2017–18 Liz Cambage (2) 451 23.7   Australia Melbourne Boomers (5)
2018–19 Asia Taylor 415 19.7   United States Perth Lynx (4)
2019–20 Kia Nurse 447 21.3   Canada Canberra Capitals (5)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "MEDIA GUIDE - WNBL". wnbl.com.au.