|4||Tayler Hill||G||5-9||145||10/23/90||Ohio St.||4|
|9||Natasha Cloud||G||6-0||160||2/22/92||St. Joesph's||2|
|11||Elena Delle Donne||F-G||6-5||188||9/5/89||Delaware||4|
|12||Ivory Latta||G||5-6||138||9/25/84||North Carolina||10|
|14||Tierra Ruffin-Pratt||G||5-10||183||4/11/91||North Carolina||5|
|25||Jennie Simms||G||6-0||165||4/21/95||Old Dominion||R|
|30||LaToya Sanders||F-C||6-3||170||9/11/86||North Carolina||5|
|HEAD COACH:||Mike Thibault|
|ASST. COACHES:||Marianne Stanley|
|ATHLETIC TRAINER:||Emily Fortunato|
|8||Carolyn Swords||C||6-6||209||7/19/89||Boston College||5|
|11||Lanay Montgomery||C||6-5||212||9/17/93||West Virginia||R|
|24||Jewell Loyd||G||5-10||148||10/5/93||Notre Dame||2|
|HEAD COACH:||Jenny Boucek|
|ASST. COACHES:||Gary Kloppenburgh|
|ATHLETIC TRAINER:||Tom Spencer|
|TEAM DOCTORS:||Dr. Adam Pourcho|
|Dr. Jeff Cary|
It’s safe to say KeyArena hasn’t been friendly to the Washington Mystics. Prior to 2016, Seattle enjoyed a 10-game winning streak at home vs. Washington, a stretch that dated back to the 2005 season. The Storm leads the all-time series, 19-13, but owns a 13-4 mark at home. Last season, Washington snapped that dry spell with an 84-82 upset in overtime, as the Mystics nearly blew a 14-point lead before the visiting foe edged Seattle in the extra frame, 13-11. Prior to that game, Washington hadn’t beaten Seattle on the road since July 13, 2005.
On Thursday, May 25 from 7-10 p.m., Special Olympics will host its Rise With Us event, a party to benefit the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games. The party will take place at Pier 57 along the Seattle Waterfront Park. There will be food, drinks and live music, and the highlight of the evening – the chance to ride the Seattle Great Wheel with Breanna Stewart. If heights aren’t your thing, you can keep your feet firmly on the ground while you party with Stewie on the Seattle Waterfront. To buy tickets or for more information, click here.
Despite playing at least 33 minutes in back-to-back games last weekend to open the 2017 campaign, Jewell Loyd showed no signs of weakness, as she averaged 26 points, 5.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game. She shot 10-for-18 from the field in both games and has scored 25 points or more eight times in her career. Fans can already start the countdown – Loyd is only 23 points away from reaching 1,000 for her career. In the last time out on May 14, she netted 27 in an 87-82 win over Indiana in Seattle’s home opener.
Sue Bird will be among many leaders across the sports world to speak at the second annual GeekWire Sports Tech Summit, which brings together leading entrepreneurs and innovators from across the sports technology landscape – ranging from data science to sports marketing to virtual reality to wearables – to discuss the future of sports. More than 350 people attend this one-of-a-kind event, which will take place on June 21-22 at CenturyLink Field. Storm fans can receive a 15-percent off coupon from the early bird rates with the code – STORM15. For event and ticket information, click here.
At tonight’s game, fans will be able to text-to-win for a Storm T-shirt by texting “SEA” to 55678. The promotion will only be live during Sunday’s game, but fans who text “SEA” to 55678 at any other time will be able to sign up for access to Seattle’s weekly StormWatch Newsletter for the latest info on the team and other promotions. No Purchase Necessary. Ends 6/4/17. Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S. & DC, 18 years of age or older (or of the legal age of majority in their state of residence, whichever is older). Void where prohibited. wnbapromo.com/sea for official rules & complete details.