Fever, Mystics meet again

The Washington Mystics are heading into Indiana to face the Fever tonight, both teams won their last games. Theses two teams met earlier this season at Bankers Life Field House, with the Mystics coming out on top with an 87-75 victory. Indiana is the team that sent Washington home in the postseason last year, so the Mystics are certainly trying... Read More

Washington plays it’s most complete game of the season, runs past Chicago

The Washington Mystics took second place in the east in emphatic fashion, beating the Chicago Sky 86-71 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. The Sky were on a three game win streak heading into town, the Mystics met the challenge head on and may have played their best game of the season on both ends of the floor. Washington... Read More

Mystics get a second crack at McCoughtry, Dream

The Washington Mystics are just one game back of first place, they’re also the team that gave the first placed team their only loss of the season. The Mystics are coming off a hard earned win over the Los Angeles Sparks earlier this week, winning 84-80 behind a career high from Tierra Ruffin-Pratt. Since beating the Mystics, the Dream have... Read More

Career high from TRP, strong defense down the stretch gets Mystics past Sparks

The Washington Mystics got the job done, it wasn’t pretty but they beat the Los Angeles Sparks 84-80 last night. So far this season, Washington has had one of the better defenses in the league. That tough defense didn’t show up until late, but it did show up. There were two debuts from key players, Nneka Ogumwike started her first... Read More

The Mystics host a Sparks team in search of their first win

Things haven’t changed much for the Washington Mystics, they’ve still yet to go into a game with their full complement of players or their intended starting lineup this season. Still, they are 4-2 on the year. The visiting team in tonight’s game has gone down a very similar path to start the season, only they haven’t garnered the same results... Read More

Latta’s 21 second half points carried Mystics in road win

The Washington Mystics were coming off another tough home loss friday night, last night they were on the road against the team that ended their 2014 season in the playoffs. The Indiana Fever didn’t know what they were in for, Washington came into the game averaging just 68 points per game. That number is extremely misleading because the Mystics have... Read More
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Shock squeeze past Mystics

Despite strong efforts from three of the Mystics young frontcourt players, Washington (3-2) fell to Tulsa (5-1), 86-82 on Friday night. Stefanie Dolson, Emma Meesseman and Ally Malott combined to score 48 points. Behind Dolson’s seven points, the Mystics raced out to an early 17-9 advantage. The only thing that could stop Dolson in the first half was foul trouble,... Read More

Mystics host the high powered Shock on front end of back-to-back

The Washington Mystics have yet to be fully healthy this season, that hasn’t kept them from the top of the standings though. Sitting at second place in the East, they’ll be facing the second placed team in the West tonight as the Tulsa Shock come to town. It’s another back-to-back situation for Washington, after tonight’s game they’ll head to Indy... Read More

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
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