CollegeWNBA The day after By Sue Favor - October 11, 2019 More on the WNBA Championship: Recap. Photos. Bruised and battered, but never broken, the Mystics ran it back to a Championship. Washington’s path to the title began in July with a face mask. From league laughingstocks to champs: a Mystics timeline. Elena Delle Donne played with three herniated discs. Already a legend, she displayed legendary toughness. Emma Meesseman was the missing piece. Washington proved that social justice work doesn’t preclude WNBA titles. The Mystics rode their confidence to a Championship. The win involved several former Terrapins. Father and son rose to a title. Washington celebrated today with a rally. They have to skip the parade due to overseas commitments. The parade will be in the spring. Inside the Connecticut locker room after Game 5. The Sun hope to rise again in 2020, and they look to reload. The team transformed this season. Despite their Finals loss, Connecticut showed they belong on the big stage, and they are just getting started. The Finals appearance marked the arrival of Curt Miller. WNBA player news: Could Candace Parker accelerate the Sky’s ascension? College team news: DePaul tops the Big East preseason poll. Furman has been tapped to win the Southern Conference. Siena is optimistic entering the season. College player news: Adriana Camber is Iowa State’s oldest and newest starter. College coach news: Coach Quentin Hillsman is irked by lowered expectations for Syracuse.