More broken records

Gotta tally up all the records broken at the end of this WNBA season……

Today’s game results:

The Liberty got by the Fever, 81-76. Erica Wheeler scored a career-high 33 points for Indiana.

The Sun adjusted to beat the Storm, 84-71. Courtney Williams put up a career-high 27 points for Connecticut, and Sue Bird became the league’s all-time leader for career starts, with 471.

The Lynx bounced back to top the Dream, 81-72.

WNBA team news:

The Sun will have to play without Jasmine Thomas for a while.

The Liberty has partnered with RISE to host the first unity game at Madison Square Garden.

ESPN predicts the Lynx will top the Sparks Friday.

This week’s power rankings.

AP power poll.

WNBA player news:

Brittney Sykes’ stellar season has put her in the rookie of the year conversation.

A purple pen has helped Kelsey Plum blossom.

Alana Beard’s pre-game meal.

Skylar Diggins-Smith and Dallas are ready for a playoff push.

Diggins-Smith is the new brand ambassador for Puma.

Shatori Walker-Kimbrough’s role is growing with the Mystics.

Kelsey Plum is the AP’s player of the week.

College attendance news:

NCAA Division I attendance eclipsed 11 million for the tenth straight year last season.

College player news:

Michigan State’s Shay Colley is playing in the FIBA Americas Women’s Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina for Canada.

College coach news:

Former Virginia Tech coach Bonnie Henrickson is enjoying life as coach at UC Santa Barbara.

Briann January is looking ahead to the winter when she’ll be assistant coach at Arizona State.

Shannon Johnson-coached Coker will face the Gamecocks in an exhibition game this fall.

MTSU celebrated Rick Insell’s induction into the Hall of Fame earlier this summer.

Illinois State coach Kristen Gillespie says her team is playing at an elite level.

U23 team news:

Podcast: U23 coach Jeff Walz.

Team photo gallery.

WMLBA Championship:

The Dallas Lightening won the inaugural title game of this minor league.