Latta gets hot, Dolson stars in rout of Liberty

The Washington Mystics wasted no time showing that they learned from their loss to the Atlanta Dream this past weekend, Coach Thibault stating that they ‘gave one away at the start of his post game presser. Last night in New York, Washington made sure they wouldn’t suffer another late game collapse. Using a 15-2 run to pull away from the... Read More

Mystics look to get back on track in New York

The New York Liberty stand atop the Eastern Conference at the moment, with a 3-1 record. In four games they have beat the Dream, Mercury, and Fever. Their lone loss came at the hands of the Washington Mystics last Saturday. When Washington faces the Liberty later today, they’ll look to be the first team this season to win in Madison... Read More
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Mystics’ “Dream” of undefeated season ends in nightmare

A heroic fourth quarter effort from Atlanta crushed the Mystics’ dream of starting the season 3-0. Washington (2-1) had a 11 point lead going in the final quarter but could not hold on losing, to Atlanta (2-2), 64-61. The offense went through Emma Meesseman early. She scored ten of the first twelve points for the Mystics. Despite Meesseman’s big quarter, Atlanta held... Read More

Lawson closes door on Liberty in home opener

It certainly wasn’t pretty, but the Washington Mystics got the job done thanks to strong defense and a veteran with timely scoring. Kara Lawson scored seven of the Mystics last nine points down the stretch to close the door on the New York Liberty in a tightly contested game, 67-62. For the second time in as many nights, shots didn’t... Read More

Dolson, Latta lead Mystics past rival Sun

The Washington Mystics were missing a few players in their season opener up in Connecticut, but that didn’t stop them from earning a season opening win last night on the road. Stefanie Dolson (18 points, 12 rebounds) and Ivory Latta (15 points, 5 assists) led the Mystics to a 73-68 win over the Connecticut Sun. The Mystics were without Kia Vaughn(hip)... Read More

Taking the ‘Next Step’ begins today for the Mysitcs

At the 2015 Media Day for the Washington Mystics, the main theme was ‘taking the next step’ which would be contending for a championship. Coach Mike Thibault has been the coach for a few years now, he likened his time in Washington to that of a new college coach. Saying that it takes time to finally get your team, and... Read More

Hill impresses in Mystics preseason win over Minnesota

It’s only preseason. The Mystics are now 2-0 with one game remaining before the games that count begin. That doesn’t take away from the team’s performance in a win over the Minnesota Lynx in front of their home crowd at the Verizon Center. Tayler Hill showed her diverse game and the home team ran away with a win in their... Read More
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