According to mySA, San Antonio Silver Stars guard Tully Bevilaqua has officially announced she will retire at the end of the season.
“It is with both sadness and excitement that I am officially announcing my retirement at the end of the season,” Bevilaqua said in a press release. “I have been honored to play in this league for 14 years, but am excited to make my house and home and spend more time with my family.”
A native of Australia, Bevilaqua, 39, began her WNBA career with the Cleveland Rockers in 1998. She spent three seasons with the Portland Fire (2000-02) and two with the Seattle Storm (2003-04), helping them to win the 2004 title.
A six-time all-defensive team selection, the 5-foot-7 Bevilaqua spent six seasons (2005-10) with the Indiana Fever, helping the team to three appearances in the Eastern Conference finals. She signed as a free agent with the Silver Stars prior to last season.