List of WNBA career rebounding leaders

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The following is a list of the players who have collected the most rebounds during their WNBA careers. Active players are in bold.

WNBA most rebounds collected
Rank Player Rebounds Position Teams Played For
1 Rebekkah Brunson 3,356 PF Sacramento Monarchs (2004—2009) / Minnesota Lynx (2010—Present)
2 Tamika Catchings 3,316 SF Indiana Fever (2002—2016)
3 Lisa Leslie 3,307 C Los Angeles Sparks (1997—2006, 2008—2009)
4 Tina Thompson 3,070 PF Houston Comets (1997—2008) / Los Angeles Sparks (2009—2011) / Seattle Storm (2012—2013)
5 Sylvia Fowles 3,030 C Chicago Sky (2008—2014) / Minnesota Lynx (2015—Present)
6 Taj McWilliams-Franklin 3,013 PF/C Orlando Miracle/Connecticut Sun (1999—2006) / Los Angeles Sparks (2007) / Washington Mystics (2008) / Detroit Shock (2008—2009) / New York Liberty (2010) / Minnesota Lynx (2011—2012)
7 Tina Charles 2,335 C Connecticut Sun (2010—2013) / New York Liberty (2014—Present)
8 Candice Dupree 2,378 PF Chicago Sky (2006—2009) / Phoenix Mercury (2010—2016) / Indiana Fever (2017—Present)
9 DeLisha Milton-Jones 2,574 SF/PF Los Angeles Sparks (1999—2004, 2008—2012) / Washington Mystics (2005—2007) / San Antonio Silver Stars (2013) / New York Liberty (2013—2014) / Atlanta Dream (2014—2015)
10 Candace Parker 2,548 PF/C Los Angeles Sparks (2008—Present)
11 Sancho Lyttle 2,543 C/PF Houston Comets (2005—2008) / Atlanta Dream (2009—2017) / Phoenix Mercury (2018—Present)
12 Swin Cash 2,521 SF Detroit Shock (2002—2007) / Seattle Storm (2008—2011) / Chicago Sky (2012—2013) / Atlanta Dream (2014) / New York Liberty (2014—2016)
13 Michelle Snow 2,482 C Houston Comets (2002—2008) / Atlanta Dream (2009) / San Antonio Silver Stars (2010) / Chicago Sky (2011) / Washington Mystics (2012—2013) / Los Angeles Sparks (2015)
14 Lauren Jackson 2,447 C/PF Seattle Storm (2001—2012)
15 Yolanda Griffith 2,444 C Sacramento Monarchs (1999—2007) / Seattle Storm (2008) / Indiana Fever (2009)
16 Tangela Smith 2,335 C/PF Sacramento Monarchs (1998—2004) / Charlotte Sting (2005—2006) / Phoenix Mercury (2007—2010) / Indiana Fever (2011) / San Antonio Silver Stars (2012)
17 Crystal Langhorne 2,320 PF Washington Mystics (2008—2013) / Seattle Storm (2014—Present)
18 Érika de Souza 2,150 C Los Angeles Sparks (2002) / Connecticut Sun (2007) / Atlanta Dream (2008—2015) / Chicago Sky (2015—2016) / San Antonio Stars (2017)
19 Margo Dydek 2,143 C Utah Starzz/San Antonio Silver Stars (1998—2004) / Connecticut Sun (2005—2007) / Los Angeles Sparks (2008)
20 Chamique Holdsclaw 2,126 SF Washington Mystics (1999—2004) / Los Angeles Sparks (2005—2007) / Atlanta Dream (2009) / San Antonio Silver Stars (2010)
21 Chasity Melvin 2,118 C/PF Cleveland Rockers (1999—2003) / Washington Mystics (2004—2007, 2009—2010) / Chicago Sky (2007—2008)
22 Tammy Sutton-Brown 2,010 C Charlotte Sting (2001—2006) / Indiana Fever (2007—2012)
23 Cheryl Ford 1,907 PF Detroit Shock (2003—2009)
24 Plenette Pierson 1,834 PF/C Phoenix Mercury (2003—2005) / Detroit / Tulsa Shock (2006—2010) / New York Liberty (2010—2014) / Tulsa Shock / Dallas Wings (2015—2016) / Minnesota Lynx (2017)
25 Natalie Williams 1,832 PF Utah Starzz (1999—2002) / Indiana Fever (2003—2005)

All statistics are up to date as of the close of the 2018 WNBA season.

External links

  • Updated list
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