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Mystics start the season off with a win over the Stars

The Washington Mystics started their 2017 campaign with a win over the visiting San Antonio Stars, 89-74. The crowd of 6,126 made enough noise for double that amount in the Verizon Center.  Three of Washington’s starters finished the game having scored in double figures, 10 players got in on the action. The Stars were without last year’s first round pick... Read More

San Antonio is in a great place after last two drafts

The San Antonio Stars may have not won the “Stewie” Sweepstakes last year, as they got the second pick in the draft and Breanna Stewart went first overall to the Seattle Storm. They did far more than settle for Stewarts college teammate in Moriah Jefferson, the diminutive guard got better with every game last season. She was handed the keys... Read More
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Stars top Mystics, deficit too large despite Hill’s 26

The Mystics started the post Olympic brea with a back-to-back, in the first half of it they got a much needded win over the Indiana Fever. Unfortunately for them, they couldn’t get the win on the back end of the back-to-back as the San Antonio Stars beat them 85-74 last night at the Verizon Center. The Mystics got off to... Read More
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Heading down the stretch, the Mystics control their own destiny

The Washington Mystics stumbled, well fell into the Olympic break with a seven game losing streak. They were bit by the injury bug a bit with Tayler Hill out and generally the wear and tear from the grind of the season. Despite their record, that break may have come at the perfect time. Today after practice, Stefanie Dolson alluded to... Read More

Mystics start fast, end home stand with win over Stars

For the second consecutive game, the Washington Mystics used a strong first quarter to set the tone and run away from their opponent. The Washington Mystics ended their five-game home stand with a 84-67 win over the San Antonio Stars. Their defense fueled their offense in this one and “making the extra pass” was a way of life for the... Read More

Wrapping up the 2016 WNBA Draft

The 2016 WNBA Draft was historic and that’s before any of the players hit the floor for their respective teams. It’s the 20th year of the league and it was the first time in history that the first three picks in the draft came out of the same school. After making history on the collegiate level, becoming the first school... Read More
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Mystics rally, then hold on despite Stars ‘Big 3’ scoring 58 points

  The Washington Mystics and the San Antonio Stars game finished in dramatic fashion last night, San Antonio’s Jia Perkins missed a one-legged three point attempt at the buzzer ¬†that would have taken the game into overtime. It was an ugly win for Washington, but a win none the less. The 66-63 victory gave the Mystics their 12th win of... Read More
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