Emma Meesseman is a Belgian professional basketball player in the WNBA. She is the 2011 Belgian National League Championship MVP and is widely recognized as one of the best three-point shooters in the WNBA today. She currently plays in the center position for the Washington Mystics.
In the 2013 WNBA Draft, Meesseman was drafted 19th overall in the second round by the Washington Mystics. She was a back-up center player during her rookie season but would become the starting center in the next season. Even when she was moved to the power forward position in 2015, she still had a breakout season with her exceptional three-point shooting and blocking.
2016 was the best season for Meesseman as she led the three-point field goal percentage in the WNBA and had a 15.2 ppg. She was traded to the Chicago Sky in 2017 but left the team later in the year to play for the Belgian National Team in the FIBA World Championship. She returned to the Mystics but would eventually be unable to play for the 2018 Season to play for Team Belgium once again.
• Bronze medal, 2017 Czech Republic European Championship –representing Belgium• Gold medal, 2011 Romania European Under-18 Championships –representing Belgium• FIBA World Championship All-Star Five (2018)• EuroBasket Women 2017 All-Star Five• WNBA All-Star (2015)• Euroleague Final Four MVP (2018)• 2-time Euroleague champion (2016, 2018)• FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship MVP (2011)• FIBA Europe Young Women’s Player of the Year(2011)• Belgian National League champion (2011)• Belgian National League championship MVP (2011)• 2-time Russian National League champion (2017, 2018)• Russian Cup winner (2017)