Mystics WNBA 

Kizer on Sun’s expectations, defense, and Maryland

We caught up with the former Terp after the Sun’s loss to Washington. She talked about her new team, she joined in the offseason after spending several years with the Fever. She talked about the team’s expectations and that despite their current place in the standings, that their goal is to still make the playoffs and continue to compete. Kizer... Read More
Mystics NCAAB Terps WNBA 

Maryland’s dynamic duo goes sixth and eighth

The Maryland Terrapins are coming off a disappointing season, particularly for their outstanding inside-outside duo of Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough. The two made an impact on the school’s record books during their four year tenure, unfortunately for them their Senior year ended early at the hands of Oregon. Jones and Walker-Kimbrough earned a record of 125-17 (.880) during their... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

5 Takeaways from Washington’s win over Indiana

The Washington Mystics made it three in a row last night with a win over the Indiana Fever, one of their rivals or at least that’s what it feels like every time they meet. The young Mystics showed toughness and poise in their win, rallying from nine down and pushing the lead to 16 at one point. The last three... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

Mystics gets back-to-back home wins after rallying to beat Fever

The Washington Mystics remained undefeated on this home stand, beating the visiting Indiana Fever 76-62. It would be their third win in a row, second at home and handing the Fever their third straight loss. For the second consecutive game, the Mystics got a balanced scoring attack with three starters in double figures and three players off the bench scoring... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

Slaying the “bully” a part of the process for young Mystics

The wait is over, the Washington Mystics clinched the fourth and final playoff spot last night with a win over the Indiana Fever. The postseason berth makes it the third consecutive year in which Washington will participate in postseason play. Their 76-72  overtime win over the Fever was a little bit bigger than the players made it seem after the... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

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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