2016 Press Releases

Dec. 14 – Seattle Storm to Host Verizon WNBA All-Star 2017 on July 22
Oct. 14 – Sue Bird Named to All-WNBA First Team, Stewart, Loyd All-WNBA Second Team
Sept. 29 – Breanna Stewart Named 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year Presented by Samsung
Sept. 6 – Storm to Host Toy Drive for Seattle Children’s on September 11
Aug. 30 – Seattle Storm Announces Celebrate Japan Night on August 31
Aug. 22 – Seattle Storm to Feature ‘Swedish Cancer Institute’ on Breast Health Awareness Jerseys
July 19 – Ramu Tokashiki to Miss Two Games While Training With Japan National Team
July 13 – Breanna Stewart Named Best Female Athlete at 2016 ESPY Awards
July 13 – Lauren Jackson Jersey Retirement Ceremony to be Held Postgame on Friday, July 15
July 7 – Seattle Storm to Host Group Health Community Practice July 13
June 26 – Seattle Storm Signs Krystal Thomas
June 25 – Seattle Completes Trade with Phoenix, Acquires Noelle Quinn
June 23 – Seattle Storm to Retire Lauren Jackson’s Jersey in KeyArena July 15
June 19 – Seattle Storm to Support Those Affected by Orlando Tragedy at June 24 Game Against Connecticut Sun
June 16 – Seattle Storm to Honor Three Seattle Women, Tamika Catchings During Inspiring Women Night presented by Russell Investments
June 2 – Seattle Storm to Host Group Health Youth Fitness Night June 5
May 20 – Seattle Storm Announces ‘Carter Subaru Court at KeyArena’
May 13 – Seattle Storm Announces 2016 Opening Night Roster
May 10 – Seattle Storm Trims Roster to 13
May 10 – Seattle Storm Signs Tiffany Bias
May 8 – Seattle Storm Wins Preseason Finale 76-70 Over Phoenix
May 4 – Seattle Storm Falls in Preseason Opener Against Phoenix
May 2 – Storm to Host ‘Summer Fun Zone’ at 2016 Weekend Games
May 1 – Seattle Storm Waives Laurin Mincy
April 27 – Seattle Storm Waives Davellyn Whyte
April 25 – Seattle Storm Waives Nneka Enemkpali
April 15 – Breanna Stewart, Seattle Storm to Host Group Health Basketball Clinic
April 15 – Breanna Stewart to Throw Out First Pitch at April 30 Mariners Game
April 14 – Breanna Stewart, Lexi Eaton Rydalch Selected by Seattle in 2016 WNBA Draft
April 14 – Storm Selects Breanna Stewart with First Overall Selection in 2016 WNBA Draft
April 14 – Seattle Storm Announces Single-Game Tickets Information
April 14 – Seattle Storm Announces Marquee Medical Partnership with Swedish
April 7 – Storm Announces Partnership with Q13 FOX/JOEtv, 15 Games on JOEtv
April 6 – Seattle Storm Adds Krystal Thomas to Training Camp Roster
April 6 – Quanitra Hollingsworth Re-Signs with Seattle
Mar. 30 – Seattle Storm Issues Statement on Lauren Jackson
Mar. 30 – Lauren Jackson Announces Retirement from Professional Basketball
Mar. 28 – WNBA to Unveil New Team Uniform Colors for Landmark 20th Season
Mar. 15 – Verizon and WNBA Tip Off Marquee Partnership
Mar. 9 – Jewell Loyd, Eye to Eye Honorary Diplomat, Featured on 32-Story Times Square LED Billboards
Mar. 5 – Pac-12 Agrees to Extension to Keep Women’s Basketball Tournament in Seattle Through 2019
Mar. 2 – Seattle Signs Laurin Mincy, Davellyn Whyte
Mar. 1 – Seattle Announces ‘Storm Into S.T.E.M. School Day’ Game; Entire Preseason Slate
Feb. 22 – WNBA Draft 2016 Presented by State Farm to be Held on April 14
Feb. 18 – Seattle Signs Nneka Enemkpali, Adds Blake Dietrick to Training Camp Roster
Feb. 16 – Sue Bird Re-Signs with the Seattle Storm
Feb. 12 – Ramu Tokashiki Signs Multi-Year Deal with Seattle
Feb. 11 – Roster for USA Women’s National Team Training Camp Unveiled
Feb. 9 – Angel Goodrich Re-Signs with Seattle
Feb. 9 – Seattle Re-Signs Forward Crystal Langhorne
Feb. 2 – Seattle Re-Signs Forwards Alysha Clark, Jenna O’Hea
Jan. 28 – Seattle Announces 2016 Schedule; Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming Storm Basketball Season
Jan. 28 – WNBA Approves Significant Changes To Regular-Season and Playoff Formats
Jan. 28 – WNBA Unveils “Watch Me Work” in Celebration of the WNBA’s 20th Season
Jan. 25 – Sue Bird, Jewell Loyd Named Finalists for 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team