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Dolson, Meesseman named as All-Star Reserves

While most members of the Washington Mystics will be enjoying their time off, a week to be exact as their next game is July 29. Two will be going to Connecticut this weekend for Saturday’s Boost Mobil All-Star game. Ivory Latta represented the Mystics for the East team the previous two years, this year it’ll be their starting bigs in... Read More
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Mystics get tough win on the road, extend streak to three

The Washington Mystics head into the All-Star break on a three game win streak after beating the Tulsa Shock 76-69. That now means the Mystics are undefeated with their new lineup, rookie Natasha Cloud has started the last three games in place of Ivory Latta. As Coach Thibault stated before the winning streak, it allows the Mystics to start teams... Read More
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Defense powers Mystics past Sun down the stretch

Thanks to a 24 point effort from Kara Lawson, the Mystics managed to hold on to a 89-82 victory over the Connecticut Sun. Adding to the momentum of this two game winning streak, the Mystics head to Tulsa with an 8-6 record before All-Star weekend. The Mystics started off on FIRE with a 14-4 with Lawson scoring 11 points in the... Read More
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A huge third quarter fuels Mystics as they ran past the Fever

Washington snapped its three game losing streak with a convincing win on Friday night against Indiana. Washington’s second half defense allowed them to pull away against Indiana and win, 68-50. The Mystics forced 17 turnovers and moved within 1.5 games of first place with the victory. With Natasha Cloud starting at point guard, the Mystics moved the ball around early and... Read More
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Catchings, Coleman lead scorching Fever into D.C.

The Indiana Fever come into Washington, D.C. on a five game win streak, the Mystics on the other hand are trying to right the ship. They’ve dropped three consecutive games, but haven’t dipped below .500. With the first ranked Connecticut Sun just two games ahead of Washington, this weekend can make a huge difference. The Mystics host the Fever tonight,... Read More
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Mystics look to bounce back, Prince to debut for Liberty

The New York Liberty and Washington Mystics will be battling for the rights to second place in the Eastern Conference tomorrow morning. The Liberty have won their last two games, putting them at 6-4. The Mystics are coming off possibly their worst shooting half in franchise history last week against the Fever. While it’d be crazy for Washington to 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
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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
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‘Lab Results’ from the WNBA’s 1st Analytic Scrimmage

In advance of today’s matinee matchup with the Minnesota Lynx, the Washington Mystics took part in history yesterday afternoon at the Verizon Center. The home team and the visiting Lynx took part in the WNBA’s first ever Analytic scrimmage. The Analytic scrimmage took place after both teams worked out a bit and went through several practice scenarios against each other,... Read More
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