And the standings change again

Today’s results:

The Sparks held off the Fever, 90-84, behind big performances from the Ogwumikes.

The Dream stopped the Lynx, 60-53. Sylvia Fowles tied the league record for career double-doubles, with 157.

Diana Taurasi returned to the court for the Mercury, but the Sun prevailed, 79-64.

The Storm dominated the Wings, 95-81 to snap a three-game losing streak.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

The Aces are eyeing their first victory over the Mystics.

WNBA player news:

Diana Taurasi is reaching her basketball and life goals every day.

Erica Wheeler energizes the Fever with her no-quit attitude.

Amanda Zahui B. brings needed versatility in her return to the Liberty.

Arike Ogunbowale is in the middle of everything.

Napheesa Collier’s coach is impressed with her hoops pedigree.

Megan Gustafson is enjoying life in the league.

Ariel Atkins thrives, while Brooke McCarty-Williams and Imani McGee-Stafford are struggling in the WNBA.

Breaking down the All-Stars, and those who narrowly missed out.

College coach news:

Sue Guevara has retired as head coach at Central Michigan and Heather Oesterle has been promoted to take her place.

Dawn Staley has won the Mannie Jackson Human Spirit Award.

Writers share Guevara memories.

Oesterle says there’s no where else she’d rather be.

Joe Haigh is a new assistant coach at Siena.

BYU has two new assistant coaches.

High school news:

One of the nation’s best high school players is eyeing a national title, but still has one more thing to do.

SHARE
Previous articleAll-Star situation
Next articleMystics fall once more