2019 Player Review: Erica McCall

Height: 6-2

Position: Forward

Age: 24

Years Pro: 3

College: Stanford

Acquired: Drafted in second round (No. 17 overall) in 2017

Overview: McCall finished her third WNBA season with averages of 0.9 points and 1.8 rebounds per game, her time limited while playing behind All-Star Candice Dupree and post players Teaira McCowan, Natalie Achonwa and Stephanie Mavunga. She posted an average of 10.4 rebounds per 40 minutes which was third on the team. She twice recorded a season-high four rebounds, and her four points in a home loss to L.A. was her season scoring high.

McCall’s biggest highlight of the season came off the court on June 16, appearing on stage at Bankers Life Fieldhouse with Carrie Underwood to rap Ludacris lyrics during the song, “The Champion.”

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Notable Performances:

June 9: In 13 minutes of action, McCall played a key role during Indiana’s furious second-half rally against Phoenix. Indiana trailed early and by as many as 28 points, but McCall was among the host of reserves that helped the Fever climb within seven points late in the game. McCall contributed four second-half rebounds.

June 16: A self-proclaimed karaoke star and a natural performer, McCall submitted a video and won a contest to be an on-stage guest during Carrie Underwood’s “Cry Pretty” tour. McCall’s guest performance was a smashing success, drawing ovations from The Fieldhouse crowd and compelling Underwood to post on social media: “Indianapolis was incredible tonight! I had an especially great time singing #TheChampion with Erica McCall of the WNBA Indiana Fever!!! She crushed it! Special thanks to Erica and her teammates for the support. You ladies are true inspirations and I will forever be in your corner!”

July 12: In her most extensive playing time of the season, McCall netted four points and added four rebounds during a home loss to Los Angeles.