Who Won the 1998
WNBA Most Valuable Player

Cynthia Cooper

Houston Comets

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Filling Houston's Sports Hall of Fame no easy task

Houston Chronicle
For 2019, that would be Astros Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio, Olajuwon's Phi Slama Jama frat brother Clyde Drexler, 16-year Oilers defensive end Elvin Bethea, four-time WNBA champion/lights-out shooter Cynthia Cooper, Mr. Rocket Rudy Tomjanovich and ...

1998 WNBA Most Valuable Player Winner Cynthia Cooper News

By PAMELA GRANT Cove Leader-Press Copperas Cove High School offers students a variety of career-oriented ...

Coveleaderpress
For example, Cynthia Cooper, a forensic science teacher, taught students how to finger print each other as well as how to interpret those prints. After the completion of many of the CTE courses, students can earn certifications that will allow them to ...

1998 WNBA Most Valuable Player Winner Cynthia Cooper News

Former Comets star Tina Thompson selected to Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

Chron.com
Tina Thompson, a nine-time All-Star who helped the Houston Comets win four consecutive WNBA Championships between 1997 and 2000, was elected to the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame on Monday. "I am extremely honored to be inducted into the Women's ...

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