When Swin Cash graduated from the University of Connecticut in the spring of 2002, she left the serene campus of Storrs as a two-time national champion, the 2002 NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player, and the second overall pick of the 2002 WNBA Draft. Her impact would be felt immediately at the next level as she helped the Detroit Shock to the 2003 WNBA championship her second season and was named All-WNBA Second Team. Three years later, Cash added a second title in Detroit before being traded to the Seattle Storm where she was reunited with college roommate Sue Bird. Cash and Bird shined in the Emerald City delivering the franchise its second WNBA Finals trophy in 2010. Two years later, Cash added a gold medal in the 2012 Olympics to pair with the gold she won at the 2004 Games. Cash played 15 seasons in the WNBA, earned four All-Star nods with two All-Star MVP performances, and was named All-WNBA Second Team twice and All-WNBA Second Team Defense once. Wherever she went, Cash was money and the hardware she earned was gold.