Liberty Forward Swin Cash Announces On The Players’ Tribune Decision To Retire At Conclusion Of 2016 WNBA Season

**COURTESY NEW YORK LIBERTY**

One of the most decorated women’s basketball players in history publishes essay on The Players’ Tribune explaining plan to retire at end of her 15th WNBA season

NEW YORK, NY – JUNE 7, 2016 – New York Liberty forward Swin Cash announced Tuesday morning via an article on The Players’ Tribune her decision to retire at the conclusion of the 2016 WNBA season.

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In conjunction with the retirement announcement, The Players’ Tribune also published a tribute article, featuring contributions from – Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings, Tanisha Wright, and Bill Laimbeer.

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(Sue Bird, Bill Laimbeer, Tanisha Wright and Tamika Catchings)
Currently in her 15th WNBA season, Cash has won three WNBA Championships (2003, 2006, 2010), two Olympic gold medals (2004, 2012) and two NCAA Championships (2000, 2002). She will end her career ranked in the top-15 in WNBA history in scoring, rebounding, assists, and games played.

HAHN & HUMPTY: ALAN HAHN & RICK DIPIETRO PAY TRIBUTE TO SWIN CASH FOLLOWING ANNOUNCEMENT

Alan Hahn and Rick DiPietro discuss the news that Liberty star Swin Cash will retire at the end of the season.