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TABLE OF CONTENTS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE ’13 Schedule..................................................3

Team Defense...................................63-64

OPPONENT TEAM STATISTICS

Media Information.........................................4

Team Miscellaneous...............................69 Mystics Individual Records.....................70

Atlanta Dream............................................136

ADMINISTRATION/FRONT OFFICE

Chicago Sky..............................................137

Team Directory.......................................... 6-7

Mystics All-Time Coaches..........................71

Monumental Sports & Entertainment......8-16

Mystics All-Time Top Games.................72-73

Ted Leonsis..........................................9-10

Mystics All-Time Team Statistics...........74-76

Sheila C. Johnson................................... 11

Mystics Playoff History...........................77-78

Monumental Partners........................12-16

’11 Final Statistics....................................79

Mike Thibault...........................................17

’11 Game-by-Game.................................80

Marianne Stanley....................................18

’10 Final Statistics....................................81

Eric Thibault.............................................19

’10 Game-by-Game................................82

San Antonio Silver Stars...........................144

Support Staff...............................................19

’09 Final Statistics...................................83 ’09 Game-By-Game................................84

Seattle Storm.............................................145

MYSTICS PLAYERS

’09Final Playoff Statistics........................85

LEAGUE

’13 Mystics Roster.......................................21

‘08 Final Statistics...................................86

WNBA Timeline................................... 148-62

Navin Hettiarachchi.................................19

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’08 Game Statistics.................................87

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’07 Final Statistics...................................88

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’07 Game-By-Game................................89

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’06 Final Statistics...................................90

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’06 Game-By-Game................................91

Crystal Langhorne  Ivory Latta 

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New York Liberty.......................................142 Phoenix Mercury.......................................143

Tulsa Shock...............................................146

WNBA Cares.............................................163

MYSTICS COMMUNITY RELATIONS Monumental Foundation...........................165

FACILITY

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’05 Game-By-Game................................93

Verizon Center Seating and Ticket Pricing.173

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’04 Final Statistics...................................94

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’03 Final Statistics...................................96

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’03 Game-By-Game................................97

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Minnesota Lynx......................................... 141

Verizon Center................................... 169-172

Tierra Ruffin-Pratt  Michelle Snow 

Los Angeles Sparks..................................140

’05 Final Statistics...................................92

Emma Meeseman  Jessica Moore 

Indiana Fever ............................................139

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Connecticut Sun........................................138

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MYSTICS SEASON IN REVIEW

’02 Final Statistics...................................98

’12 Season In Review.................................. 41

’02 Game-By-Game................................99

’12 Game-By-Game....................................42

’01 Final Statistics.................................100

’12 Final Statistics........................................43

’01 Game-By-Game..............................101

’12 Highs & Lows...................................44-46

’00 Final Statistics.................................102

’12 Team Notes...................................... 47-49

’00 Game-By-Game..............................103

’12 WNBA Team Statistics.................... 50-51

’99 Final Statistics.................................104

’12 Playoff Results.......................................52

’99 Game-By-Game..............................105

’12 WNBA League Awards.........................53

’98 Final Statistics.................................106

MYSTICS HISTORY/RECORDS

’98 Game-By-Game..............................107

Mystics All-Time Results.............................55

All-Time Transactions.........................108-112

Mystics Year-By-Year Leaders....................56

Mystics All-Time Draft History.................. 113

Mystics Team Records...........................57-70

All-Time Roster.................................. 114-130

Team Offense....................................60-62

Mystics Timeline.................................131-134

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2013 SCHEDULE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

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MEDIA INFORMATION WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

For Media Information and Services, please contact the communications department at (202) 527-7535 or credentials@monumentalsports.com Credentials: Credentials will be distributed on a game-by-game basis and should be requested in writing on company letterhead by the editor or sports editor of your company. Requests should be emailed to the Communications department at credentials@monumentalsports. com and submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Press and photo credentials are issued to accredited media members and will admit the bearer to the press room, locker rooms and press seating in the arena during the designated time periods. Credentials may be picked up at the press gate located at the corner of 6th and G Streets of Verizon Center, two hours and thirty minutes before tip off. Credentials must be visibly worn at all times.

Press Room: The press room will be open two-and-a-half hours before game time, during and following the game. The professional intent of the press room is to provide a meeting and working place for writers, reporters, broadcasters and game personnel. Any abuse of the press room and/or press privilege will result in forfeiture of your press pass. The working area of the press room is equipped with a fax machine, telephone, statistics, post-games quotes and other WNBA information.

Locker Room: In accordance with WNBA policy, both the Mystics and the visiting locker rooms will be open to members of the media for a 30-minute period, ending 60 minutes before the start of a game, and again, after every game for a 30-minute period starting no later than ten minutes following the end of the game. Head Coach Mike Thibault will meet with the media following the game in the interview room directly next to the press room. No autographs are allowed by credentialed media. Violation of this policy will result in forfeiture of your press pass.

Photographers: Limited space is available at each end of the court for both television and still photographers holding proper credentials. Photographers must stay in the designated areas and are asked to be considerate of spectators seated directly behind them.

Game Notes and Statistics: Pre-game press notes, media guides and line up sheets will be available in the interview room prior to each game. Game statistics will be distributed to the working media during the game and will be available in the press room.

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FRONT OFFICE ADMINISTRATION


TEAM DIRECTORY WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE MONUMENTAL SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Community Relations

Ted Leonsis, Founder, Majority Owner, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dick Patrick, Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer Raul Fernandez, Vice Chairman Sheila C. Johnson, Vice Chairman, President and Managing Partner, Washington Mystics Scott Brickman, Albert H. Cohen, Neil D. Cohen, Jack Davies, Richard D. Fairbank, Michelle DiFebo Freeman, Richard Kay, Jeong H. Kim, Mark D. Lerner, Roger Mody, Anthony P. Nader, Earl W. Stafford, George P. Stamas, Frederick D. Schaufeld, Clifford A. White, MSE Partners

Sashia Jones, Senior Director of Community Relations Kristen Miles, Coordinator, Marketing & Community Relations

GENERAL INFORMATION Address: 601 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004 Website: WashingtonMystics.com Contact Information: Business Phone: 202-628-3200 Ticket Information: 1-877-DC-HOOP1 Team Physicians: Dr. April Barbour, MD, MPH, Howard G. Osterman, DPM, Dr. Jonas R. Rudzki Team Dentist: Dr. Howard Salob, DDS, Public Address Announcer: Mike Clapper Broadcast Information: www.monumentalnetwork.com, TV: Comcast SportsNet, Broadcasters: Frank Hanrahan, Christy Winters Scott Arena: Verizon Center (10,100) Team Colors: Red, White, Navy and Silver

BASKETBALL OPERATIONS Mike Thibault, General Manager & Head Coach Marianne Stanley, Assistant Coach Eric Thibault, Assistant Coach Maria Giovannetti, Director, Basketball Operations Awvee Storey, Assistant Player Development/Video Coordinator Navin Hettiarachchi, Head Athletic Trainer/Strength and Conditioning Coach Ami Bracey, Equipment Manager

BUSINESS OPERATIONS Communications Kurt Kehl, Senior Vice President of Communications, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Scott Hall, Senior Director of Communications Ketsia Colimon, Director of Corporate Communications Patrick Rees, Director of Basketball Communications Daren Jenkins, Manager, Communications

Game Operations Kate Layman, Director, Game Operations Zak Grim, Manager, Game Operations Candyce Jones, Manager, Game Operations Aidan Charlery, Coordinator, Mascot Derric Whitfield, Manager, Dance Team

Productions Jumoke Davis, Producer Casey Phillips, Digital Correspondent Alana Sawyer, Associate Editor

Marketing Joe Dupriest, Vice President of Marketing, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Kim Frank, Senior Director of Marketing, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Mike Hutchinson, Senior Director of New Media and Analytics Rebecca Winn, Director, Marketing Jeremy Hyman, Managing Web Editor Jacob Raim, Managing Web Developer Kim Rose, Monumental Network Editor Tom Nagle, Director of CRM Megan Bell, Manager of CRM Michelle Holder, Graphic Designer Chuck Kacsur, Graphic Designer Andy Mattice, Graphic Designer Kim Cavanaugh, Marketing & Special Events Coordinator

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS Tom Hunt, Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Shari Howard, Vice President, Partnership Marketing Roger Moskowitz, Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships Lew Strudler, Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships Kathy Devine, Director of Corporate Partnerships Marco Gentile, Director of Corporate Partnerships Rob Hur, Director of Corporate Partnerships Bruce Zalbe, Director of Corporate Partnerships Greg Roberts, Account Executive, Corporate Partnerships David Sistrunk, Digital Account Executive, Corporate Partnerships Teddy Berlin, Digital Account Executive, Corporate Partnerships Letitia Petrillo, Senior Manager, Partnership Marketing Rebecca Johansson, Manager, Partnership Marketing Mindy Pipes, Manager, Partnership Marketing Jenna Romanoff, Manager, Partnership Marketing Tara Jackson, Manager, Partnership Marketing

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Lindsey Arnold, Manager, Partnership Marketing Lauren McDermott, Coordinator, Partnership Marketing Brooks Walter, Coordinator, Partnership Marketing

EXECUTIVE SUITES Rick Moreland, Senior Vice President, Executive Suites Vincent Vanni, Senior Director of Sales, Executive Suites Zack Folan, Sales Manager, Executive Suites Richard Garrard, Sales Manager, Executive Suites Ron Potter, Sales Manager, Executive Suites Greg Turner, Sales Manager, Executive Suites Jen Greenberg, Director of Client Services, Executive Suites Kerry Gregg, Senior Director of Operations, Executive Suites Phil Forman, Assistant Director of Operations, Executive Suites Larry Dahut, Box Office Coordinator, Executive Suites Lorin Hranicka, Manager of Client Services, Executive Suites Dani Brand, Manager of Client Services, Executive Suites

TICKET SALES AND SERVICE Jim Van Stone, Senior Vice President Kelly Compton, Manager of Programs and Administration

Guest Services Greg Monares, Senior Director, Guest Services Kirk Madsen, Director, Guest Services Andrea Martynec, Manager, Events and Programs Tony Duffy, Guest Services Specialist Travis Eagleson, Guest Services Specialist Eric Roth, Guest Services Specialist Megan Vlasho, Guest Services Specialist Kate Wells, Guest Services Specialist

Senior Sales Team Bill Hanni, Sr. Director, Ticket Sales Michael Ragan, Director, Ticket Sales Danita Johnson, Director, Mystics Ticket Sales Crystal Anderson, Sr. Regional Sales Manager Vlady Entin, Sr. Regional Sales Manager Shanda Anderson, Regional Sales Manager Shane Coughlin, Regional Sales Manager Ashley Faust, Regional Sales Manager Myron Goodman, Sr. Regional Sales Manager Caroline Kasper, Regional Sales Manager Julie Molloy, Regional Sales Manager Tanya Nazarian, Regional Sales Manager Nick Schroth, Regional Sales Manager Constantine Simantiras, Regional Sales Manager Rob van der Eijk, Regional Sales Manager Chris Wack, Regional Sales Manager

Inside Sales Jake Reynolds, Director, Inside Sales Ben Cobleigh, Manager, Inside Sales Matt Kempel, Account Executive Kiara Prather, Account Executive Taylor Caparosa, Account Executive Lorenzo Cabrera, Account Executive Chelsea Fenstermacher, Account Executive Devin Mauck, Account Executive Andrew Thebes, Account Executive Robbie Shiver, Account Executive Katelyn Strasdauskas, Account Executive Matt Little, Account Executive Jared Center, Account Executive Devon Sherwood, Account Executive Lawrence Square, Account Executive Greg Wilson, Account Executive Jarred Johnson, Account Executive Kelly Rakusin, Account Executive Barrett Johnson, Account Executive

Group Sales Darren Montgomery, Senior Director of Group and Arena Event Sales Jeff Keeney, Director, Group Sales Jill Buxbaum, Director, Arena Events Monique Lewis, Director, Youth Basketball Sales Andre Scott, Manager Youth Basketball Sales Jimm Bonk, Senior Manager, Corporate Sales Pete Sekulow, Senior Manager, Corporate Sales Jim Anderson, Senior Manager, Corporate Sales Steve Zarick, Senior Manager, Corporate Sales Anthony Caddell, Manager, Group Sales Brian Dean, Manager, Group Sales Ashley Miller, Manager, Group Sales Alan Fontane, Manager, Group Sales Lauryn Scott, Manager, Group Sales Ralph Wong, Manager, Group Sales Erin Mitchell, Group Sales Marketing Coordinator

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MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT

WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

Monumental Sports & Entertainment owns and operates three professional sports teams: the NBA’s Washington Wizards, NHL’s Washington Capitals and WNBA’s Washington Mystics. Monumental, which merged Lincoln Holdings and Washington Sports and Entertainment on June 10, 2010, also owns and operates Verizon Center, the premier sports and entertainment venue in Washington, D.C. Additionally, the group operates Kettler Capitals Iceplex, the Capitals’ state-of-the-art training facility in Arlington, Va., and George Mason University’s Patriot Center, located in Fairfax, Va.

Monumental Sports & Entertainment operates in the nation’s fifth-biggest media market and is one of the largest integrated sports and entertainment companies in the country with one of the most diverse partnership groups in all of sports.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Ted Leonsis is the founder, chairman, majority owner and CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which owns and operates the Washington Capitals (NHL), Washington Wizards (NBA), Washington Mystics (WNBA) and Verizon Center in downtown Washington, D.C. The partnership also operates Kettler Capitals Iceplex (the Washington Capitals’ training facility and front office headquarters) and the George Mason University Patriot Center. The company was formed in June 2010, serves a thriving regional sports community and is the only privately held company in a top 10 market to own and operate three professional sports teams and its arena. Mr. Leonsis has owned the Washington Capitals since the spring of 1999, and in that timeframe the team has won six Southeast Division titles, a Presidents’ Trophy and has recorded more than 100 consecutive sellouts at Verizon Center. Mr. Leonsis serves on the board of governors for the NBA and NHL as well as the executive committee of the NHL.

AOL - During his almost 14-year career at AOL, Mr. Leonsis served as president of American Online Services

Ted Leonsis Founder, Majority Owner, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Monumental Sports & Entertainment

Company, president of AOL Studios, president of AOL Web Properties, vice chairman and president of AOL Core Services, vice chairman and president of AOL Audience Business and vice chairman emeritus. The company recorded its greatest levels of innovation and growth under his leadership, and in May 2010 AOL named a central office tower The Leonsis Creative Center in his honor. Mr. Leonsis retired from active management of AOL in 2006.

Venture Capital Investor - Mr. Leonsis is now a partner in the newly created “speed-up capital” Revolution Growth Fund II. In a 25-year period he has personally made investments and owned equity in numerous companies, including Groupon, Google, AOL, Revolution Money, AddThis, Preview Travel (Travelocity), GridPoint, Mahalo, MobilePosse, ObjectVideo, SB Nation, TidalTV, Zedge, Triporati, Personal, I-Village, Proxicom, ePals, SnagFilms and MediaBank. Most recently he led the Revolution Growth investments in FedBid, Resonate Networks and Echo360.

Filmmaker and Digital Entrepreneur - Mr. Leonsis created and produced the award-winning film Nanking. The film premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and was awarded the Documentary Editors Award. The film went on to win the Peabody Award and the Emmy Award. The film was distributed theatrically, appeared on HBO and is one of the most viewed documentaries of all time because of its wide distribution in theater and on television throughout China. Mr. Leonsis also produced the documentary film Kicking It, which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and aired on ESPN. He also produced A Fighting Chance, which aired on ESPN in 2010. Mr. Leonsis is the founder, chairman and largest shareholder in SnagFilms, the web’s leading online distribution channel for documentary and independent films. SnagFilms also owns and operates indieWIRE.com, the leading site for news and information about independent and documentary films. SnagFilms has more than 3,000 films in its digital library, and its iPad app is a top 10 entrant in the entertainment category.

Board of Directors - Mr. Leonsis is an investor and serves on the board of directors of Groupon, where he is vice chairman, and AddThis. He also serves on the board of directors at American Express, where he heads the technology and innovation committee; Rosetta Stone; and Alcatel-Lucent, where he is on the technology committee. Mr. Leonsis also is on the board of directors of Georgetown University, his alma mater. He also serves on the charity boards of DC CAP (District of Columbia College Access Program) and CSF – DC (College Success Foundation – District of Columbia).

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MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Philanthropy - Through the Leonsis Foundation, his sports teams, SnagFilms and his family’s personal giving, more than 400 charities were served and supported during the last 12 months. Highlighted charities and causes include Best Buddies, DC Central Kitchen, See Forever Foundation, Venture Philanthropy Partners, Street Soccer USA, YouthAIDS, GlobalGiving.org, DC CAP, D.C. College Success Foundation, Potomac School, Georgetown University, Children’s Hospital, Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association, Salvation Army Angle Tree, Alliance for Lupus Research, Serve DC, Fort Dupont Ice Arena and Ice Hockey Club, USO of Metropolitan Washington, Capital Area Food Bank, Flashes of Hope, Inova Health System Foundation, UNICEF, obesity prevention and numerous local schools, cancer research and awareness programs.

Author - Mr. Leonsis has authored numerous books, including Blue Magic: The People, Power and Politics Behind the IBM PC and The Business of Happiness: 6 Secrets to Extraordinary Success in Work and Life.

Interesting Facts * Blogs daily at Ted’s Take * Purchased 100% of the Washington Capitals and 44% of the Washington Wizards and Verizon Center in 1999 * Purchased control of the Washington Mystics in 2005 * Acquired the remaining ownership stake in the Washington Wizards and Verizon Center in 2010 * The Mystics finished first in the Eastern Conference following the 2010 regular season * Coined term “filmanthropy” to signify films that shine a light on important topics and activate charitable giving (2006) * Created a 101-item life-list following an early 1980s reckoning and has checked off 82 of the 101 things to do * Founder of the first new media company: Redgate Communications in 1986 * Coined the phrase “New Rules – New Media” in 1987 * Co-invented successful board game “Only in New York” (1983) * Founder of six personal computer magazines between 1981 and 1988 * Served as mayor of Orchid, Fla. (1990-94) * Worked at Wang Laboratories and Harris Corporation early in career

Awards and Honors * Washington Business Man of the Year * Washingtonian of the Year * Top 10 Creative Executives in America * Top 20 Most Powerful People in Sports * Lowell (Mass.) High School Alumni Hall of Fame * Georgetown University John Carroll Award

Personal * Married to Lynn Leonsis; son, Zachary; daughter, Elle * Lives in Maryland

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Sheila C. Johnson is a successful entrepreneur and impassioned philanthropist. As CEO of Salamander Hotels and Resorts, a hospitality company she founded in 2005, Ms. Johnson oversees a growing portfolio of luxury properties. Grand Golf Resorts of Florida features three golf and family resorts reaching from the Gulf to the Atlantic – Innisbrook Resort near Tampa, Reunion Resort in Orlando, and Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast. The ultra-luxurious Salamander Resort & Spa will make its highly anticipated debut in August 2013 in Middleburg, Virginia, in the heart of Virginia’s horse and wine country. Ms. Johnson is Vice Chairman of Monumental Sports & Entertainment and President and Managing Partner of the WNBA’s Washington Mystics. She is the only African-American woman to have ownership in three professional sports teams, including the NBA’s Washington Wizards and the NHL’s Washington Capitals. Ms. Johnson is a partner in ProJet Aviation, a comprehensive aviation service company specializing in aviation consulting, aircraft acquisitions, management, and charter services. She is also a partner in Mistral, the makers of fine bath, body, and home products. In November 2012 she launched her own collection of luxury scarves, inspired by her travels around the world and manufactured in Prato, Italy.

Sheila C. Johnson Vice Chairman Monumental Sports & Entertainment, President & Managing Partner Washington Mystics

Ms. Johnson has long been a powerful influence in the entertainment industry, starting with her work as founding partner of Black Entertainment Television. She has served as executive producer of four documentary films, including Kicking It, which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival; A Powerful Noise, which premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival; She Is the Matador; and The Other City, a critically acclaimed portrayal of the HIV/AIDS crisis in Washington DC, which premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. In May 2011, Ms. Johnson joined the AOL Huffington Post Media Group as Strategic Advisor for Multicultural and African-American Initiatives. In 2006, Ms. Johnson was named global ambassador for CARE, a leading humanitarian organization that combats global poverty by empowering women. Since 2011, she has served as a member of Accordia Global Health Foundation’s International Council, rallying support for the foundation’s efforts to overcome the burden of infectious diseases in Africa. Ms. Johnson is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. A fervent supporter of education and the arts, she serves on the Board of Governors of Parsons, the New School for Design in New York and Sundance Institute. She is also a board member of the ANNIKA Foundation and is on the Executive Committee of the United States Golf Association. An accomplished violinist, Ms. Johnson received a Bachelor of Arts in music from the University of Illinois, as well as honorary degrees from numerous other institutions. She lives in Middleburg, VA, is married to the Honorable William T. Newman, Jr., and has two children.

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MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Dick Patrick Vice Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, Monumental Sports & Entertainment President, Washington Capitals Dick Patrick, along with Ted Leonsis, is one of the original partners in the group that became Monumental Sports & Entertainment. As the vice chairman and chief operating officer, Mr. Patrick assists Leonsis in all facets of owning three professional sports franchises – Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards and the Washington Mystics – and the management and operation of Verizon Center. Mr. Patrick has assumed responsibility for upgrading and improving the arena, which has seen changes designed to enhance the overall fan experience. A mainstay for the Washington Capitals’ franchise for more than two decades, the owner, president and alternate governor continues to lead the club with his tireless effort and intense desire to continue a family tradition – engraving the Patrick name onto the Stanley Cup. Mr. Patrick, who joined the Capitals prior to the 1982-83 season, guides the team on a daily basis. The former chairman of the NHL Finance Committee, Mr. Patrick has been instrumental in the Capitals’ long-term success as a franchise both on and off the ice. Mr. Patrick was a leader in the conception and development of the Kettler Capitals Iceplex, the team’s state-of-the-art training center and office building that opened in 2006 in Arlington, Va.

Raul Fernandez Vice Chairman, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Raul Fernandez is the chairman of ObjectVideo, a private technology company that develops video analytics software for automated security surveillance. He is also a special advisor to General Atlantic Partners, a growth equity firm with more than $17 billion under management. Mr. Fernandez founded Proxicom, an internet services company he started in 1991 with $40,000 in savings. After taking Proxicom public in 1999 and growing his business to more than $200 million in revenue, he sold it to Dimension Data in 2001. Mr. Fernandez also serves on the board of Liz Claiborne; TROW, a Toronto-based engineering and consulting firm; ValueOptions, the nation’s largest independent behavioral healthcare company and Network Solutions, the leader in web-based domain name and related services.

Mr. Fernandez, a native Washingtonian, is an active philanthropist in D.C. regional non-profits, focusing his energy primarily on educational reform. In 2000, he co-founded Venture Philanthropy Partners, a philanthropic investment organization based in Washington, D.C. Mr. Fernandez sits on various non-profit boards, including America’s Promise, the D.C. College Access Program (DCCAP), the D.C. Public Education Fund and the Fernandez Foundation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland.

Scott Brickman Scott Brickman is CEO of The Brickman Group, the largest commercial landscape maintenance firm in the U.S. The company, which has more than 10,000 employees and more than 170 company-owned and operated branches serving 30 states, provides quality commercial landscape services to thousands of office parks, hotels, cemeteries, healthcare facilities, retail centers, homeowners associations and schools around the country. Joining the company in 1986, Mr. Brickman progressively advanced to oversee operations in their Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast division before being named CEO in 1998 at the age of 35. Outside the company, Mr. Brickman has served as a board member and in an advisory capacity to many organizations, including Kellermeyer Building Services, ICON, Sequel Health Services and Kratos Global Strategies. He and his company have been the recipient of numerous awards, including Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award. The Brickman Group was recognized with the Society of Financial Professionals’ National Capital Business Ethics Award. Mr. Brickman and his wife, Patrice, are involved in many philanthropic causes, including Neediest Kids and Visible Men, where Mr. Brickman sits on the Board, the National Center for Women and Children, Stepping Stones Shelter, the Barbara Bush Foundation Celebration of Reading and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Neil D. Cohen Neil D. Cohen is the president and chief executive officer of District Photo Inc., which is the largest direct-to-consumer digital print, variable data printer and gift fulfillment service in the world. Mr. Cohen started with the company in 1976 and has been president and CEO since 1989. The company, which has facilities in Beltsville, Md., Chambersburg, Pa., Phoenix and Newton Abbott in the United Kingdom, provides services to most major on-line providers, major retailers and to its companyowned brands. Prior to the digital revolution, District Photo was the largest independent mail order and wholesale photo film processor in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Mr. Cohen, a native of Washington, D.C., is the past president of the Photo Marketing Association International. He is also involved in numerous business groups, including the World Presidents’ Organization, and a wide range of philanthropic organizations serving children’s needs, education, faithbased organizations and health-related causes, frequently holding committee or chair responsibilities in these groups.

Jack Davies Jack Davies was the founder and president of AOL International and now serves on the board of directors of Scholastic, the global children’s publishing and media company. Prior to joining AOL in 1993, Mr. Davies was managing director of Citicorp’s London-based consumer mortgage business after serving as vice president, Europe, for RCA Records. He began his career at General Electric where he held numerous senior consumer marketing positions. Mr. Davies earned an MBA in marketing (1973) and a bachelor’s degree in political science (1972) from the University of Rochester. Active in philanthropy in the D.C. area, Mr. Davies serves on a number of boards including the Board and Executive Committee of Venture Philanthropy Partners. In addition he is on the board of See Forever Foundation, CharityWorks and The Washington Scholarship Fund.

Richard D. Fairbank Richard D. Fairbank is founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Capital One Financial Corporation, a broadly diversified financial services company ranked 130th on the Fortune 500. Mr. Fairbank founded Capital One in 1988 based on his belief that the power of information, technology and testing could be harnessed to bring highly customized financial products directly to consumers. Headquartered in McLean, Va., Capital One is the seventh-largest bank in the United States, offering a broad spectrum of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients. With the company’s newly acquired subsidiary, Chevy Chase Bank, F.S.B., Capital One has approximately 1,000 branch locations in New York, New Jersey, Louisiana, Texas, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Additionally, Capital One has international businesses in the United Kingdom and Canada. Capital One has been widely recognized for its entrepreneurial culture, progressive work place, and community engagement. Recently, Capital One has been named to: Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune’s 20 Great Employers for New Grads, BusinnessWeek’s Best Places to Launch a Career, Working Mother’s 100 Best Companies and DiversityInc’s Top 50

Companies for Diversity. Capital One also was named to Fortune magazine’s list of Top Companies for Leaders, ranking second in North America and fifth globally. Under Mr. Fairbank’s leadership, Capital One has demonstrated a strong commitment to philanthropy and volunteerism, supporting a number of area programs focused on community redevelopment and youth education, including DC Cares, the DC College Access Program and Junior Achievement. Mr. Fairbank has been recognized for his community and industry leadership, including his 2008 appointment to the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation. He also was honored as a 2008 Washington Business Hall of Fame Laureate and was named 2006 Banker of the Year by the American Banker. Mr. Fairbank holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University.

Michelle DiFebo Freeman Michelle DiFebo Freeman is the owner and an active board member of the Carl M. Freeman Companies, with offices in Olney, Md., and Fenwick Island, Del. The Freeman Companies has more than 60 years in a variety of real estate ventures, currently with special expertise in land acquisition, land planning, development and redevelopment for award-winning, amenity-rich residential communities and neighborhood shopping centers. Notable real estate developments and redevelopments by the Freeman Companies include Sea Colony, the Village at Bear Trap, Bayside (including a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course) at the Delmarva Shore, The Tidewater Inn in Easton, Md., and Olney Village Center and Cabin John Center and Mall in Montgomery County, Md. Ms. Freeman is also the founding president and chairman of the board of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation. The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation was created in 2007 to conceptualize, construct and operate sustainable facilities that support the arts, the environment and athletic achievement. Ms. Freeman has also served as the president and chairman of the board of The Carl M. Freeman Foundation since 2007. Since 1960 The Carl M. Freeman Foundation has been proudly giving grants and guidance to hundreds of nonprofit organizations in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Delaware and West Virginia. Ms. Freeman is a founding member of Venture Philanthropy Partners and is currently serving on the boards of The Washington National Opera, Charity Works and YouthAIDS.

Richard Kay Richard Kay is currently chairman of Sentrillion Inc., a “TS” (Top Secret) border security, cyber-security, information assurance and healthcare managed services company. He is the former founder, chairman and CEO of OTG Software, a data storage software

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MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE company that he founded in 1992. OTG became the leader in online data storage solutions. OTG was acquired by Legato Systems in 2002 and Mr. Kay remained on the board of directors until the acquisition of Legato Systems by EMC in 2003. Mr. Kay currently serves on the board of directors of the University of Maryland School of Engineering. He is a special partner with ABS Capital, a multibillion dollar equity investment firm focused on healthcare, IT and media companies. Mr. Kay is also an honorary member of the board of directors of Venture Philanthropy Partners. He and his family work closely with various charities.

Jeong H. Kim Jeong H. Kim is the 11th president of Bell Labs, the communication industry’s most heralded research organization. His background ranges from being a CEO of a high technology start-up to senior executive of a Fortune 500 corporation. Mr. Kim’s early career encompassed computer design, satellite systems design and data communications and included seven years as a nuclear submarine officer in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Kim holds a Ph.D. in reliability engineering from the University of Maryland, a master’s degree in technical management and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Kim currently serves on the boards of the Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies, and Global Internet Ventures. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the NASDAQ Listing and Hearing Review Council, and was named one of the 10 most influential Asian Americans in business for 2005 by the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber.

Mark D. Lerner Mark D. Lerner, representing members of the Lerner, Cohen, Tanenbaum family, is a principal owner of the Washington Nationals Baseball Club and a principal of Lerner Enterprises, a Rockville, Md., based real estate development, management and investment company founded in 1952 by his father, Ted Lerner. Lerner Enterprises’ development activity is mainly concentrated in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Some of the company’s major projects include White Flint, White Flint North, Washington Square at 1050 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 20 M Street, SE, 2000 Tower Oaks Boulevard, The Corporate Office Centre at Tysons II, Dulles Town Center, Fallsgrove Village Center and the Greenbelt Marriott Hotel, among many others. Mr. Lerner also has developed and manages many residential communities in the Washington, D.C., area. In addition, Lerner Enterprises is a partner in Chelsea Piers, a 30-acre sports and entertainment complex located on the Hudson River in New York City.

Mr. Lerner and his family have been involved in many worthwhile causes including the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The George Washington University, Georgetown Day School, The Scleroderma Foundation of Greater Washington, Jewish Community Centers of Greater Washington and the District of Columbia, JCC Maccabi Games, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Imagination Stage, ADL In Concert against Hate, YouthAids, Juvenile Diabetes, Junior Achievement, Food and Friends and the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, among many others. He currently serves as a trustee of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, a member of the board of Hillel at The George Washington University and on the advisory board of Israel Bonds.

Roger Mody Roger Mody is the founder and chairman of The Mody Foundation, whose goal is to provide higher education, health-based and athletics funding for economically disadvantaged inner-city children. Mr. Mody also is an associate publisher of Inc. Magazine and has been featured on CNN. He is the former chairman and CEO of SIGNAL Corporation, an information technology services company supporting the Federal Government. SIGNAL achieved revenue of $300 million in 2002 with 2,200 employees. Mr. Mody sold the company to Veridian Corporation for $227 million in 2002. Mr. Mody and SIGNAL were the recipients of multiple industry and growth awards, including Ernst & Young High Technology Entrepreneur of the Year, KPMG Peat Marwick High Technology Entrepreneur of the Year, Small Business Administration (SBA) Entrepreneur and Business of the Year, Washington Technology Fast 50 Growth Award, Arthur Andersen’s Best Practices Award for Exceeding Customer Expectations, Deloitte & Touches Fast 500 and Inc. 500, among others. The Mody Foundation has been actively involved in the Washingtonarea philanthropic community with participation in numerous organizations, including Inova Fairfax Hospital pediatric heart program, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, The Orphan Network, National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Easter Seals. The Mody Foundation also has supported Cardinals AAU Basketball, Alexandria Rising Stars Basketball, Joe Gibbs’ Youth For Tomorrow and The Good Samaritan Foundation. Mr. Mody was a charter member of the Washington Redskins Leadership Council and served as chairman of Washington’s 2003 Fight Night, which raised a then record $2 million for the Fight for Children organization.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Anthony Nader Anthony Nader is president and chief executive officer of NEW Customer Service Companies, a unit of NEW Asurion Corporation. Under his leadership, NEW has grown to be the leading global provider of extended service plans for the consumer electronics and appliance industries. NEW was the first company of its type to receive a JD Power Certification; it was recently recognized by the Washington Business Journal as one of the top 50 places to work. Mr. Nader is involved in a number of philanthropic, business and community organizations, including the Inova Health System Foundation Board, where he is past chairman, and the Inova Health System Board of Trustees. He is a member of Venture Philanthropy Partners, The Economic Club of Washington, D.C., and the Young Presidents Organization, a Partner in the Washington Nationals Baseball Club and a principal in SWaN Investors. He is a graduate of John Carroll University and holds an MBA in finance from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. Mr. Nader, his wife, Annette, and their three children live in Northern Virginia.

Fredrick D. Schaulfeld Fredrick D. Schaufeld is managing director of SWaN Investors. SWaN has 20 widely diversified investments, including growth oriented companies, domestic and international real estate ventures and the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. Mr. Schaufeld is also founder and chairman of NEW Customer Service Companies and vice chairman of its parent company, NEW Asurion Corporation, the world’s leading consumer product protection administrator. Mr. Schaufeld was a founder of the Service Contract Industry Council (SCIC) and with his wife, Karen Schaufeld, authored its first model law, a derivation of which was adopted by most states. Prior to founding NEW, Mr. Schaufeld worked in the live talent industry. Mr. Schaufeld is active on a number of corporate and philanthropic boards, including CustomInk.com; Loudoun Country Day School, where he is currently board chairman; Fight For Children; One Voice Movement; and the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy. He is a member of Venture Philanthropy Partners and the Young Presidents’ Organization. Mr. Schaufeld is a graduate of Lehigh University and has three children.

Earl Stafford

than 30 nonprofits that provide services to the disadvantaged and underserved and helps them to improve their lives and become selfreliant. The foundation created and funded The People’s Inaugural Project, which brought hundreds of disadvantaged Americans from across the country to witness and participate in the inauguration of President Obama. The foundation also established the Doing Good campaign with Dr. Bill Cosby’s endorsement. The campaign is designed for people who are seeking ways to help others become self-sufficient so that they may in turn help others who are underserved. Mr. Stafford is the former chairman and CEO of UNITECH, a technology solutions company that developed advance distributed training programs, training simulation systems and homeland security solutions for the Federal Government. Mr. Stafford enjoyed a distinguished career in the U.S. military, including serving as the assistant Air Force liaison officer to the Federal Aviation Administration where he was responsible for ensuring Department of Defense initiatives and programs which were integrated into the FAA’s National Airspace System modernization effort. He currently serves on the boards of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Drexel University, Wesley Theological Seminary, Venture Philanthropy Partners and Business Executives for National Security.

George P. Stamas George P. Stamas is a senior partner in the Washington and New York offices of the international law firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP. A graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (1973) and the University of Maryland Law School (1976), Mr. Stamas began his career as a special counsel in the Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has been listed in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America for many years and was previously named by The American Lawyer as one of the leading 45 lawyers in America under the age of 45. Mr. Stamas was the former vice chairman of the board of Deutsche Banc Alex Brown, Inc., a founding board member of FTI Consulting (NYSE), and also serves on the boards of NexCen Brands, Inc., Gridpoint Technologies, Medicity, Inc., and MidOcean Partners. He is also a venture partner of New Enterprise Associates and is active in numerous local and national civic affairs. In addition to being a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, he is on the board of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, Leadership 100, Caves Valley Golf Club, the Baltimore Orioles, and is an Archon of the International Order of St. Andrew.

Earl Stafford is the chairman and CEO of The Stafford Foundation, which is a faith-based, nonprofit organization that supports more

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MONUMENTAL SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Cliff White Cliff White was a founding partner and the financial architect of NEW Customer Service Companies Inc., the nation’s leading provider of extended-service plans and buyer-protection programs for consumer products. Founded in 1983 with headquarters in Sterling, Va., NEW provides award-winning post-sale consumer care for leading retailers, consumer service providers, wireless carriers and financial services firms in the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Turkey and the United Kingdom. A graduate of Lehigh University, Mr. White started his career as a CPA with Deloitte Haskins & Sells in New York City. There he was responsible for managing the field work on the Bank of New York and Mitsubishi International Corporation audits. Currently he and two other founding members of NEW are partners in SWaN Investors, a diversified private investment fund with more than 20 investments, including the Washington Nationals Baseball Club. He is active on the Board of the Community Foundation of Montgomery County, where he and his wife, Debbie, have a family fund. Mr. White is also on the foundation’s Sharing Montgomery Grants Committee and is a founder and co-chair of the foundation’s Neighbors in Need Montgomery Fund, which assists those in the county who are in dire need of housing, food and employment. The Whites also are donors in Venture Philanthropy Partners, an innovative philanthropic organization that makes investments in high-performing nonprofit organizations that serve children and youth of low-income families in the National Capital region. In addition, Mr. White is the treasurer of St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Bethesda, Md.

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HEAD COACH & GENERAL MANAGER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Mike Thibault was named the head coach/general manager of the Washington Mystics on December 18, 2012. He currently has the most wins of any active coach with a 206-134 (.605) record in the last 10 years. Prior to joining the Mystics, Thibault was the head coach of the Connecticut Sun where he was twice named WNBA Coach of the Year (2006, 2008) and led the team to eight playoff appearances and two WNBA Finals. He set numerous milestones during his time with the Sun, including becoming the second coach in WNBA history to reach 200 wins, the third-fastest coach in league history to reach 100 wins (doing so in 159 games) and the fourth WNBA head coach to work at least 300 regular season games. From 2003 through 2008, Thibault and the Sun won 127 regular season games, tying with the Detroit Shock for the most victories during that six-year span. The Sun were also one of two teams to have six consecutive winning seasons. Connecticut posted consecutive 26-8 records in 2005 and 2006, which are still the best regular season results for an Eastern Conference team. Thibault assisted in the blockbuster trade that sent Lindsay Whalen and the No. 2 pick in the 2010 WNBA Draft to Minnesota in exchange for second-year guard Renee Montgomery and the No. 1 pick in 2010, which the team used to select Tina Charles. Under Thibault’s tutelage, Charles was named the league’s MVP in 2012.

Mike Thibault Head Coach & General Manager

Prior to joining the Sun in 2003, Thibault had spent numerous years in various roles with NBA teams. He was an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks and also served as a scout for the Atlanta Hawks and the New York Knicks. Thibault joined the coaching ranks in 1978 as a scout for the Los Angeles Lakers and was quickly promoted to director of scouting and assistant coach in 1980. During his tenure with the Lakers, the team won two NBA Championships. From 1982-1986, he served as the director of scouting for the Chicago Bulls when the organization selected Michael Jordan, Charles Oakley and John Paxson. Thibault served as the general manager and head coach of the Omaha Racers of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) where his team captured the league’s title in 1988. During his tenure with the Racers, the team made nine consecutive playoff appearances, and Thibault was named the 1993 Sportsman of the Year by Omaha broadcasters. He ranks sixth on the CBA all-time coaching victory list (236). Thibault also coached the Calgary 88’s of the World Basketball League (WBL) where he received Coach of the Year honors in 1988. Thibault has had an extensive collaboration with USA Basketball. He most recently served as an assistant coach to the women’s National Team that won gold during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He was on the coaching staff of the 2006 National Team that captured bronze during the World Championships, was the head coach of the men’s team that participated in the 1993 FIBA World Championship qualifying tournament and was also at the helm of the men’s team that won the silver medal during the 1995 Pan American Games. Thibault and his wife Nanci have been staunch supporters of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation since Mike’s days with the Omaha Racers. In 2007, the Thibaults were co-chairs of GREAT STRIDES, the primary fundraiser of the CF Foundation’s Connecticut Chapter. Mike and Nanci have two children. Eric is an assistant coach with the Mystics basketball team while Carly is attending Monmouth University on a basketball scholarship.

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BASKETBALL OPERATIONS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Marianne Stanley returns for her third consecutive season on the Washington Mystics bench. Stanley coached the team as an assistant in 2001 and was the head coach in 2002 and 2003. Stanley has over 20 years of coaching experience at the collegiate level with stops at Stanford, University of California-Berkeley and University of Southern California. Stanley is also very familiar with the WNBA. In addition to her stop in Washington, she has also been an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Sparks and the New York Liberty. Stanley has earned numerous accolades throughout her career. She was named the Pac-10 Conference Coach of the Year in 1993, the Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year in 1984 and 1985, and an All-American selection as a player in 1975 and 1976 at Immaculata College. She started her coaching career at Old Dominion University where she won the 1978 WNIT Championship and consecutive AIAW titles in 1979 and 1980. Stanley and ODU captured their third National Championship in 1985 following a 31-3 season. Nancy Liberman, Anne Donovan and Inge Nissen were some of the future hall of famers coached by Stanley at ODU.

Marianne Stanley Assistant Coach

In 2002, she was voted the WNBA Coach of the Year. That same year she was also inducted in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. She finished her third season as an assistant coach with UMMC Ekaterinberg which features WNBA players Cappie Pondexter, Sandrine Gruda, Candace Parker and the Mystics’ own Crystal Langhorne. Off the court, Stanley has been an active member in the community, lending a hand to groups such as Hoops for Africa, the YMCA, Hope House Foundation and National Multiple Sclerosis Society. She was recently induced in the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame. Stanley’s daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Jonathan Worden, live in Long Beach, Calif., with their children, Madelyn, Jonathan, Jr. and Dylan.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Eric Thibault is in his first season as an assistant coach with the Washington Mystics. He has had stints with Virginia Commonwealth University and the Connecticut Sun. During the 2012-13 season, Thibault assisted with the recruiting process and player development for VCU. He played an integral role in the team’s transition to the Atlantic-10 conference. The Rams qualified for the conference tournament as the second youngest team in the A-10. As a member of the Sun’s coaching staff, Thibault was responsible for preparing reports on opponent personnel, conducting individual workouts with players, managing season statistics, constructing opponent film edits, and scouting opponents. He has also worked on the floor with WNBA All-Star point guards Kara Lawson, Lindsay Whalen, and Renee Montgomery. Thibault was also a key member of the coaching staff that assisted the Sun during their playoff run in 2012.

Eric Thibault Assistant Coach

From 2010-12, Thibault served as a graduate assistant coach with the St. John’s women’s basketball program. During that time, the Red Storm compiled a 46-21 record and received a pair of at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament. In 2011-12, St. John’s reached its first-ever NCAA Sweet 16 after knocking off Oklahoma on its home floor, and earned its highest-ever end-of-season ranking in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll at No. 15. As a graduate assistant, Thibault’s responsibilities included assisting the coaching staff with scouting and game preparation, organizing the team’s managers and practice players, coordinating film exchange, and tracking game and season statistics. Thibault graduated Cum Laude in English from the University of Missouri in December of 2009. He obtained his Master’s degree in Sports Management from St. John’s University in 2012.

Navin Hettiarachchi MS, Dip MT, ATC, CASR, CSCS, C/PES Head Athletic Trainer & Strength and Conditioning Coach Navin Hettiarachchi enters his eighth season as the certified head athletic trainer for the Washington Mystics. He is responsible for the team’s overall medical care, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, and sports performance. Navin bridges the gap between game performance and rehabilitation by enhancing the players’ physical health and functional abilities. His primary concerns are injury prevention, increased strength and conditioning and the treatment of movement dysfunctions. Navin earned a bachelor’s degree in sports medicine from West Virginia Wesleyan College and a master’s degree in sports medicine from the United States Sports Academy. He has learned and trained under world-renowned physical therapists, chiropractors and osteopaths, and he’s earned multiple certifications in rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, including: a Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy (Dip MT), Certificate in Advanced Sports Rehabilitation (CASR), Certificate in Spinal Manual Therapy, Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES). Instead of relying on one treatment technique, Navin combines a variety of disciplines to create a unique and innovative approach,

which enables an athlete to get the best care. Navin blends skillful manual therapy and therapeutic exercises using evidence-based best practices and scientific literature. Navin is currently learning dynamic neuromuscular stabilization - developmental kinesiology approach, according to Pavel Kolar. Since 2000, Navin has also been the head athletic trainer for the Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation (STAR) clinic in Washington D.C., where he treats athletic and non-athletic injuries. This work has provided an opportunity to care for a wider patient population with a variety of injuries. From 2001-2003, Navin worked with the Washington Redskins during their mini-camps, pre-season training and home games. Since 2003, Navin has worked with the Washington Wizards as an assistant athletic trainer. Other work at notable events and locations includes: The U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., seven years at the Jordan Brand Classic All-American basketball game, and many Verizon Center entertainment events that require heath care service. Navin is continuously advancing his knowledge and skills. He has traveled to countries such as Australia, Ireland, England and Thailand to learn from pioneers in healthcare. He loves playing sports, especially cricket, flag football, rugby, soccer and basketball. He was born and raised in Sri Lanka and now resides in Washington, D.C.

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PLAYERS


WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE NUM PLAYER

POS HT

WT

DOB

FROM

YRS

22 25 4 1 12 5 33 42 44 2 9

G F G F-C G G C F-C G C C

160 173 145 185 138 155 182 175 183 145 205

05/07/1986 02/25/1983 10/23/1990 10/27/1986 09/25/1984 09/06/1991 05/13/1993 07/9/1982 04/11/1991 03/20/1980 01/24/1987

Rutgers Duke Ohio State Maryland North Carolina St. John’s (N.Y.) Belgium Connecticut North Carolina Tennessee Rutgers

5 7 R 5 6 R R 8 R 11 4

Matee Ajavon Monique Currie Tayler Hill Crystal Langhorne Ivory Latta Nadirah McKenith Emma Meesseman Jessica Moore Tierra Ruffin-Pratt Michelle Snow Kia Vaughn

5-8 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-6 5-7 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-5 6-4

*Roster as of 5/15/13

Head Coach:

Mike Thibault (St. Martin’s)

Assistant Coaches:

Marianne Stanley (Immaculata College) Eric Thbault (Missouri)

Certified Head Athletic Trainer & Strength and Conditioning Coach :

Navin Hettiarachchi (West Virginia Wesleyan College)

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MATEE

AJAVON 2012: Led team and ranked 17th in the league in free throw percentage (.827)…averaged 7.9 points per game…started in 22 out of 33 games…collected a career high seven steals vs. the Minnesota Lynx on 5/30…led team averaging 1.61 steals per game…in a loss to the Atlanta Dream on 8/24, scored 16 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter, shooting 4-for-6 from three-point range to set a new career high with four made three-point shots…tied career high of seven assists on 6/20 against Phoenix…averaged 2.0 assists per game. 2011: Ranked second on the team and 11th in the league in scoring with 14.7 points per game and averaged 31.3 minutes per game…scored double digits in all but seven games, posting 20 10+ points, six 20+ points and one 30+ point games…led the Mystics in scoring in eight games and assists in 15 games…contributed 3.1 assists per game and set a career high seven assists against the Seattle Storm on July 12…finished seventh in the league collecting 1.68 steals per game and set a career-high five steals against the Phoenix Mercury on July 15… scored her 1,000th career point in a 91-81 win over the New York Liberty at home on August 6. 2010: Appeared in every game…averaged 5.9 points per game in the regular season…ranked third in the league in steals per 40 minutes (3.06)…averaged 18.0 points in the post-season in two games, shooting .440 from the field and .750 from the free throw line.

2008: Played in every game…averaged 8.0 points per game and 1.7 assists per game…scored a career high 24 points against the Indiana Fever (June, 28 2008)…was ranked in the top ten of numerous rookie categories such as points (7th), assists (7th) and steals (8th). College: Completed her Scarlet Knight career with a 109-32 team record…helped lead her team to four NCAA tournament appearances, with losses in one regional semifinal, two regional finals and one title game…during the 2008 women’s NCAA tournament regional semifinals, hit a game-high 18 points while setting her career-high in field goal attempts…tied the RU senior record for fifth all-time three point shot with 112…led the team in assists 22 times in 2008… named to the Greensboro Regional All-tournament team in 2008.

#22

Position: Guard

Height/Weight: 5-8/160 Birth Date: 5/7/86 College: Rutgers ‘08 Hometown: Newark, NJ WNBA Experience: 5

Personal: Born in Monrovia, Liberia…daughter of Patience Wilson…has one brother and two sisters… enjoys playing ping pong, writing and reading poetry…often described as the life of the party…prides herself as being able to play an invisible flute. Career Transactions • Selected in first round (fifth overall) by the Houston Comets in the 2008 WNBA draft • Selected second overall by the Washington Mystics in the dispersal draft • Re-signed with the Mystics on March 6, 2012

2009: Played in every game…started in four games…averaged 8 .0 points per game…averaged 17.3 minutes per game…scored a new career-high 32 points against the Chicago Sky (September, 9 2009)…shot .833 percent from the free throw line during her first playoffs appearance.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

2008

HOU

34-2

604

94-284

0.331

13-68

0.191

72-91

0.791

33

27

60

59

85

31

55

6

273

8.0

2009

WAS

34-4

587

85-253

0.336

28-82

0.341

74-110

0.673

27

37

64

37

84

37

50

4

272

8.0

2010

WAS

34-0

497

66-191

0.346

9-49

0.184

58-75

0.773

16

37

53

47

60

38

52

2

199

5.9

2011

WAS

34-33

1,065

174-445

0.391

37-134

0.276

116-140

0.829

30

50

80

105 109

57

105

9

501

13.8

2012

WAS

33-22

712

82-274

0.299

31-103

0.301

67-81

0.827

20

40

60

67

53

65

6

262

7.9

169-61

3465

501-1446 0.346

118-435

0.271

387-497

0.779

126

191

317

315 435

215

326

27

1507

8.9

Total

97

Playoff Averages 2009

WAS

2-0

34

6-16

.375

2-8

.250

5-6

.833

1

4

5

3

6

4

2

0

19

9.5

2010

WAS

2-0

35

11-25

.440

2-5

.400

12-16

.750

0

0

0

3

7

3

2

0

36

18.0

4-0

69

17-41

.415

4-13

.308

17-22

.773

1

4

5

6

13

7

4

0

55

13.8

Total Career Highs MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

PTS

43

10

21

4

8

10

13

9

7

7

32

6/3/2008

8/24/12

vs. SAN

vs. ATL

2 times

vs. NY

2 Times

at NY

2 times

vs. MIN

2 times

8/23/2011 vs. LA

5 times

8/6/2011

9/13/2009

5/30/2012

2012 Season High MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

PTS

34

8

14

4

8

8

10

5

7

7

22

8/19/12

5/30/12

8/24/2012

8/24/12

6/8/12

5/26/12

9/4/2012

6/20/12

5/30/12

8/19/2012

vs. CHI

vs. MIN

vs. ATL

vs. ATL

vs. NY

vs. TUL

vs. CON

at PHX

vs. MIN

vs. CHI

2 times

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CURRIE

2012: Started in 28 out of 34 games played… second on the team in scoring with 12.0 points per game…posted 20 10+ point games and five 20+ point games…led team in scoring in 12 games…shot .774 from the free throw line, connecting on 127-164 from the charity stripe… scored her 2,000th career point with 23.9 seconds remaining in the second quarter in the Mystics loss to the Seattle Storm on June 26. 2011: Returned to the lineup following a successful anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) recovery, making her season debut against the Atlanta Dream on September 1 after missing the first 29 games of the season…in her debut, played just over nine minutes and scored eight points, shooting 2-for-4 from the field and a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line…also tallied three rebounds and collected one steal in the Mystics, 85-81 victory…in her final game of the season, rejoined the Mystics starting lineup for the first time this season…played 25 minutes and scored 14 points in the Mystics’ loss to the San Antonio Silver Stars on September 10…in her four games this season with the team, shot perfect from the free throw line, 16-for-16. 2010: Played and started in all 34 games… posted best scoring average of her four-year career (14.1)…shot perfect from the free throw line in 15 games…ranked eighth in the league in free-throw percentage (.877)…ranked third in the league in three-point field-goal percentage (.446)…was a candidate for Most Improved Player of the Year award…posted a career-high six steals in a win over the New York Liberty (June, 12 2010)…shot a careerhigh five three-point field goals in a win over the

Seattle Storm (August, 15 2010). 2009: Shot .803 at the free throw line…ranked 15th in the league in total free throws (102)… had two season-high games with 17 points… shot perfect from the free throw line in 11 games…tied her career high of 11 rebounds against the Minnesota Lynx (July, 7 2009) 2008: Started every game…set career highs in numerous categories such as points per game (11.9), assists (7) and points scored (28)… led the team in free throw shooting at .802... Scored her 1000th point against the Chicago Sky (8/29/07)…ranked 11th in the league in three-point percentage (.380)…Scored in double figures 20 times and led the team in scoring five times…ranked 20th in the league in free throws (109)

#25 Position: Forward

Height/Weight: 6-0/177 Birth Date: 2/25/83 College: Duke ‘06 Hometown: Washington, D.C. WNBA Experience: 7

2007: Traded to Washington from Chicago two games into the season…started 24 games… averaged 25.2 minutes per game…averaged career highs in points (10.7) and rebounds (4.0)… Had career highs in total points (354), blocks (7) and total rebounds (133)… recorded a career-high 11 rebounds twice in games against the Seattle Storm (July, 24 2007) and Houston Comets (July, 18 2007)…grabbed a career-high five steals against the Minnesota Lynx (July, 20 2007)…played a career-high 42 minutes against the Seattle Storm (July, 24 2007)…Recorded three double-doubles on the season…ranked eighth in the league in free throws (128) and seventh in the league in free throw attempts (163) 2006: Named to the WNBA All-Rookie Team… played in 34 games recording 33 starts…av-

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Personal: Name is Monique Paulette Currie...daughter of Michael and Gwendolyn Currie …has one sister, Mikia… three-time Maryland Miss Basketball selection…in 1998 led her AAU team to the national title…lists the most famous person she has met as Bill Clinton and her craziest ambition is to sky dive…graduated from Duke with a degree in public policy and African-American studies and spent her fifth-year on campus pursuing a degree in humanities. Career Transactions • Selected by Charlotte in the first round (third overall) of the WNBA Draft, April 5, 2006. • Selected by Chicago (1st overall) in the Dispersal Draft, January 8, 2007. • Traded to Washington from Chicago for Chasity Melvin, May 24, 2007. • Re-signed as a free agent with Washington on February 18, 2010 • Re-signed as a free agent on February 21, 2012

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

2006

CHA

34-33

849

87-262

0.332

16-55

0.291

149-184

0.810

51

81

132

87

100

34

62

4

339

10

2007

WAS/CHI

33-24

832

106-241

0.440

14-41

0.341

128-163

0.785

45

88

133

58

95

7

51

95

354

10.7

2008

WAS

34-34

972

135-337

0.401

24-64

0.375

109-132

0.826

32

109

141

86

121

30

87

12

403

11.9

2009

WAS

34-34

728

78-217

0.359

20-52

0.385

102-127

0.803

38

108

146

61

83

29

57

14

278

8.2

2010

WAS

34-34

891

146-335

0.436

37-83

0.446

150-171

0.877

43

120

163

55

120

49

89

14

479

14.1

2011

WAS

4-1

77

15-35

0.429

1-8

0.125

16-16

1.000

7

10

17

4

11

7

10

0

47

11.8

2012

WAS

34-28

820

129-319

0.404

22-80

0.275

127-164

0.774

28

94

122

59

85

35

59

7

407

12

207-188

5168

696-1,746

0.399

134-383

0.35

781-957

0.816

244

610

854

410 615

208

415

58

2307

11.1

Total Playoff Averages 2009

WAS

2-2

37

2-15

0.133

0-3

.000

6-7

.857

8

7

15

1

8

4

3

1

10

5

2010

WAS

2-2

56

3-18

0.167

1-5

.200

13-17

.765

7

11

18

2

7

2

3

0

20

10.0

4-4

93

5-33

0.152

1-8

.125

19-24

.792

15

18

33

3

15

6

6

1

30

7.5

13

16

11

7

6

28

3 Times

6/15/2006 vs. WAS

2 Times

6/12/2010 vs NY

6/8/2008 at CON

Total Career Highs 42

11

18

5

10

7/24/2007 vs. SEA

6/8/2008 at CON

5/20/2007 at NY

8/15/2010 vs. SEA

5/20/2007 at NY

6/3/2008

8/24/12

vs. SAN

vs. ATL

2 times

vs. NY

2 Times

at NY

2 times

vs. MIN

2 times

8

6

4

24

7/6/12

8/30/12

9/12/12

8/23/2011 vs. LA

5 times

8/6/2011

3 Times 9/13/2009

5/30/2012

2012 Season High 33

8

17

3

5

9

12

5/19/2012

6/20/12

9/21/12

6/20/12

6/20/12

9/12/12

9/14/12

CHI

at PHX

IND

at PHX

at PHX

at NY

vs. ATL

2 times

vs. SAN

at ATL

at NY

vs. CHI

vs. MIN

vs. ATL

vs. ATL

vs. NY

2 times

vs. TUL

vs. CON

at PHX

vs. MIN

vs. CHI

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HILL

College: A two-time selection to the All-Big Ten First Team and a three-time choice for the conference’s All-Defensive team…as a four-year starter for the Buckeyes, played alongside a pair of WNBA first round draft picks (Jantel Lavender and Samantha Prahalis). 2012-13: Voted by media and coaches to AllBig Ten First Team for the second straight year, this time after leading the conference in points per game and minutes played…increased her streak of double-figure scoring games to 64 en route to capping her career as the fifth-leading scorer in school history. 2011-12: Played in the backcourt with Prahalis and earned All-America Honorable Mention (WBCA), All-Big Ten First Team, and All-Big Ten All-Defensive Team honors in a season in which she led conference in scoring across all games (13th in the nation)…also ranked atop the Big Ten in made 3-pt FGs per game in conference action (12th nationally) and was third in the league in steals.

#4

2010-11: Breakout season on both ends of floor resulted in Big Ten All-Defensive Team and AllConference Honorable Mention honors after taking over at the two guard opposite Prahalis. Personal: A native of Minneapolis, MN, Hill is the all-timeleadingscorer(boyorgirl)with3,888points in Minnesota high school history.

Position: Guard

Height/Weight: 5-10/145

Prep/Misc: State of Minnesota’s all-time career points leader. Her cousin, Devon George (also of Minneapolis), was part of three NBA championship teams over 13 seasons; brother P.J. played at Ohio State.

Birth Date: 10/23/1990 College: Ohio State Hometown: Minneapolis, MN WNBA Experience: R

Career Transactions • Selected in the first round (4th overall) of the 2013 WNBA Draft.

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK PTS

AVG

2009

OSU

36-36

910

96-227

0.423

23-80

0.288

92-130

0.708

34

67

101

62

39

37

50

10

307

8.5

2010

OSU

34-33

1140

120-299

0.401

25-87

0.287

156-201

0.776

50

96

146

121

53

56

79

14

421

12.4

2011

OSU

32-32

1175

215-453

0.475

82-196

0.418

141-183

0.770

34

99

133

75

47

81

74

16

653

20.4

2012

OSU

30-30

1099

189-467

0.405

64-202

0.317

192-233

0.824

30

99

129

88

51

66

85

15

634

21.1

Total

OSU

132-131

4324

620-1446

0.429

194-565

0.343

581-747

0.778

148

361

509

346

190

240

288

55

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LANGHORNE 2012: Led the team in scoring with 14.7 points per game…led team in minutes (32.2)…led team in rebounds (6.3) and field goal shooting (.562)…started and played in 31 games… missed the final three games due to a left foot strain…was named to the Mystics All-Time Team… reached her 2,000th career point in the Mystics’ matchup against the Minnesota Lynx on August 17… collected her 1,000th career rebound against the Connecticut Sun on June 3… posted four double-doubles. 2011: Started in 31 games…sat out three games due to back pain…ranked fourth in the league in points, averaging a career high 18.2 points per game…led the team in scoring in 19 games, posting 18 10+ points, 10 20+ points and one 30+ point games…finished sixth in the league in rebounds per game (7.6)…led the team in rebounds in 15 games…posted seven 10+ rebound games…posted seven doubledoubles…ranked first on the team and sixth in the league in total points (563)…ranked third in the league in field goal percentage (.534)… ranked second in the league in minutes per game (34.3)…ranked eighth in the league in total minutes played (1063)…played a career high 45 minutes in an overtime game vs. Los Angeles (8/23)…ranked third in field goals made (227)… was named to the All-Star team as a reserve. 2010: Started in all 34 games…ranked second in the league in double-doubles (15)…had four consecutive double-doubles (6/24-6/29)… won Eastern Conference Player of the Month honors for the month of June…won Player of the Week honors for games played during the week of June 21…posted a career high five steals in a win over Los Angeles (6/24)…made

the first three-pointer of her professional career with 32.9 seconds left in the game against Los Angeles (6/24)…scored a career-high 31 points, shooting 13- 18 from the field (also a career high) in a win over Phoenix on 6/27… tied a career-high 16 rebounds in a win over Connecticut (5/30)…scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Atlanta (8/3)…ranked fifth in the league in rebounds per game (9.7)…ranked second in field goal percentage (.589)…ranked second in both minutes per game (34.1) and total minutes played (1158)…ranked third in the league in total rebounds (330)…ranked 10th in points per game (16.3)…scored double digits in 30 games…was a candidate for Most Valuable Player of the Year award

#1

Position: Forward Height/Weight: 6-2/180 Birth Date: 10/27/86 College: Maryland ‘08 Hometown: Willingboro, New Jersey WNBA Experience: 5

2009: Was named the WNBA’s Most Improved Player…led team and ranked third in the league in rebounds per game (7.9)…ranked third in the league in double-doubles (9.0)…ranked second in the league in total rebounds (268.0)…scored a career-high 23 points against the Chicago Sky (9/4)…pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds against the Connecticut Sun (8/14)…played a career-high 41 minutes against the Connecticut Sun (8/14)…scored double digits in 24 games 2008: Played in every game…started in six of those games….ranked second in the league in field goal percentage (.624)…averaged 15.6 minutes per game...recorded 4.8 points per game and 4.0 rebounds…scored 10 plus points four times…led the team in rebounding twice… scored a career high 17 points against the Seattle Storm (7-6) and grabbed a career high 12 rebounds against the Connecticut Sun (9/13)… had two double doubles

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the country…ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 2 and second team All-American…the ACC’s Scholar Athlete for women’s basketball, All-ACC Academic team and recipient of the Weaver-James-Corrigan Honorary Award, which is given to the student-athlete who plans to continue to play at the Olympic or professional level.

College: Associated Press and USBWA All-American for three consecutive years and was twice selected WBCA All-American…2008 ACC Player of the Year, Maryland’s first since 1989… one of only 10 players all-time in league history to be named first team all-conference three times…Maryland’s only four-time All-ACC Tournament pick, garnering a place on the second team for the second-straight year…first team Senior CLASS All-American…earned All-American honors by Sports Illustrated, ESPN. com, CBSsportsline.com and Full Court Press…was named ACC Player of the Week a school-record three times…second in the league with 15 double-doubles…received preseason AllAmerican nods from the AP, ESPN.com, Lindy’s, Women’s Basketball Magazine, CBSsportsline.com, Sporting News, Athlon’s and Sports Illustrated…among ESPN.com’s top five centers in

Career Transactions • Selected in the first round (sixth overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2008 WNBA Draft. • Re-signed with the Mystics on February 16, 2012

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

PTS

AVG

AVG

2008

WAS

34-6

529

68-109

0.624

0-0

.000

28-51

0.549

53

83

136

15

54

15

36

6

164

4.8

4.8

2009

WAS

34-22

1013

163-384

0.574

0-2

.000

82-119

0.689

101

167

268

29

74

34

76

13

408

12.0

12.0

2010

WAS

34-34

1158

221-375

0.589

1-6

0.167

112-145

0.772

98

232

330

39

74

30

90

7

555

16.3

16.3

2011

WAS

31-31

1063

227-425

0.569

1-8

0.125

108-152

0.711

96

139

235

51

72

39

102

15

563

18.2

18.2

2012

WAS

31-31

999

190-338

0.562

1-8

0.125

75-117

0.641

75

119

194

42

65

46

75

4

456

14.7

14.7

164-124

4763

8691,531

0.568

3-24

0.125

405-584

0.693

423

740

1163

176

339 164

379

45

2146

13.1

13.1

Total Playoff Averages 2009

WAS

2-2

79

14-20

0.700

0-0

.000

5-8

0.625

5

15

20

1

6

1

6

1

33

16.5

16.5

2010

WAS

2-2

70

11-24

0.458

0-0

.000

5-5

1.000

8

8

16

3

9

0

5

4

27

13.5

13.5

4-4

149

25-44

0.568

0-0

.000

10-13

0.769

13

23

36

4

15

1

11

5

60

15.0

15.0

Total Career Highs MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

BS

PTS

45

13

24

1

1

9

13

16

5

5

2

31

8/23/11 vs. LA

8/28/11 2 times

6/24/10

6/27/10

vs. PHX

3 times

24 Times

2 Times

2 times

2 Times

3 Times

vs. LA

4 times

vs. PHX

2012 Season High MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

BS

PTS

43

10

16

1

1

8

9

13

3

4

1

25

6/15/12

6/15/12

6/15/12

IND

IND

IND

4 times

2 times

4 times

8/19/12 vs. CHI

6/20/12 4 times

3 times

at PHX

8 Times

6/3/12 at CON

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LATTA Career Honors: • Scored the first points of her WNBA career on May 30, 2007 vs. Washington • Ranked fifth in the league in the 2012 season in both three point field goals made (69) and three point field goals attempted (177) • Scored her highest points per game average (14.3) and highest free throw percentage (.840) in the 2012 season with the Tulsa Shock 2012: Started in 18 out of 34 games played…averaged 28.3 minutes per game…shot a career-high .840 from the free throw line…dished out 3.3 assists per game…scored a career-high 14.3 points per game. 2011: Averaged 12.2 points, 3.2 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 28.5 minutes a game…matched a career-high with 26 points at Connecticut on 6/12… score 20 or more points in three games and 10 or more points in 14 games…led the team in scoring five times…led the team in assists eight times… scored her 1000th career point against Atlanta on 7/26…tied a career-high with six rebounds against Seattle on 7/30…scored a team season-high 17 points in the fourth quarter against Connecticut on 6/12…made a team season-high 11 field goals in a game against Connecticut on 6/12…was second on the team in points and led the team in assists… started all 24 games in which she appeared … missed the final five games with a knee injury from 9/2 to 9/11. 2010: Played with Tulsa in training camp, but did not make the roster at the beginning of the year . . .signed with the team on July 5th and played in each of the remaining 18 games with the Shock .

. .started the final 16 games of the season . . .averaged 12.4 points per game . . .scored doublefigures in 14 of her 18 games . . .tied a career high 26 points against Los Angeles on 8/14/10 . . .her 26 point performance was also the season-high for Tulsa in 2010. . .led the team with 3.9 assists per game. 2009: Appeared in 24 games for the Dream…averaged 14.6 minutes per game…shot .826 from the free throw line…scored 6.1 points per game. 2008: Started in 31 out 34 games played…averaged 28.2 minutes per game…shot .802 from the free throw line…dished out 3.6 assists per game… collected 1.3 steals per game…scored 11.4 points per game.

#12 Position: Guard

Height/Weight: 5-6/143 Birth Date: 9/25/1984 College: North Carolina ‘07 Hometown: McConnells, South Carolina WNBA Experience: 6

2007: Made her season debut vs. the Sacramento Monarchs on 5/19…scored the first points of her WNBA career on 5/30 vs. Washington…started her first WNBA game vs. Indiana on 8/11 posting three points and one rebound. College: Averaged 16.6 ppg during her collegiate career…led UNC to back-to-back Final Four appearances (2006 and 2007)…honored as an AP All-American, Wade Trophy Finalist and Naismith Trophy candidate (2007)…named to the 2007 AllACC First Team…was named the 2006 Player of the Year by ESPN.com, USBWA, GballMag.com and Basketball Times National Player of the Year… Nancy Lieberman Award Winner as Point Guard of the Year (2006)…runner-up for Associated Player of the Year honors (2006)…consensus All-American (2006)… ACC Player of the Year (2006)… most Outstanding Player in the NCAA Tournament Cleveland Regional (2006)…one of four finalists

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Career Transactions • Signed by the Washington Mystics on February 1, 2013 • Signed by the Tulsa Shock on 7/15/10. Played with Tulsa in the team’s 2010 training camp, but did not make the roster at the beginning of the year . . . Signed with the team on July 5th and played in each of the remaining 18 games with the Shock • Acquired by the Atlanta Dream from the Detroit Shock in the 2008 expansion draft. • Selected by the Detroit Shock in the first-round (11th overall) of the 2007 WNBA Draft.

Personal: Majored in exercise and sports science…Is the all-time leading scorer in South Carolina history (boys and girls) with a total of 4,319 career points…She shattered the girls’ record in scoring, formerly held by Allison Feaster with 3,427, by almost 1,000 points… Other recognition included a resolution read on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives by U.S. Representative John Spratt and a key to the city of York, S.C., which celebrated Ivory Latta Day on Jan. 10, 2003…Voted Homecoming Queen in high school.

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

2007

DET

31-1

221

34-87

0.391

22-49

0.449

3-7

0.429

4

15

19

20

24

8

16

2

93

3.0

2008

ATL

34-31

960

124-343

0.362

55-160

0.344

85-106

0.802

13

59

72

123

83

45

61

1

388

11.4

2009

ATL

24-0

350

45-110

0.409

18-50

0.360

38-46

0.826

3

13

16

34

32

13

26

1

146

6.1

2010

TUL

18-16

517

78-185

0.422

30-81

0.370

38-49

0.776

7

19

26

71

32

18

39

2

224

12.4

2011

TUL

24-24

684

110-266

0.414

34-97

0.351

39-47

0.830

10

38

48

77

57

29

69

2

293

12.2

2012

TUL

34-18

962

175-407

0.430

69-177

0.390

68-81

0.840

14

61

75

111

75

31

73

3

487

14.3

165-90

3694

566-1398 0.405

228-614

0.371

271-336

0.807

51

205

256

436

303 144

284

11

1631

9.9

Total Playoff Averages 2007

DET

10-0

47

5-19

0.263

5-15

0.333

4-6

0.667

0

3

3

3

3

2

2

0

19

1.9

2009

ATL

2-2

75

8-20

0.400

3-9

0.333

8-9

0.889

2

2

4

5

5

1

3

0

27

13.5

12-2

121

13-39

0.333

8-24

0.333

12-15

0.800

2

5

7

8

8

3

5

0

46

3.8

Total Career Highs MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

BS

PTS

45

13

24

1

1

9

13

16

5

5

2

31

8/23/11 vs. LA

8/28/11 2 times

6/24/10

6/27/10

vs. PHX

3 times

24 Times

2 Times

2 times

2 Times

3 Times

vs. LA

4 times

vs. PHX

16

1

1

8

9

13

3

4

1

25

6/15/12

6/15/12

6/15/12

IND

IND

IND

4 times

2 times

4 times

2012 Season High 43

10

8/19/12 vs. CHI

6/20/12 4 times

3 times

at PHX

8 Times

6/3/12 at CON

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McKENITH College: Led the Big East conference in assists (165) during her senior year, earning All-BIG EAST First Team honors. Averaged 10.3 points per game and 4.8 assists per game during her collegiate career. 2012-13: Eclipsed SJU’s all-time career assist record and led BIG EAST in assists and assist/turnover ratio during league play en route to AllBIG EAST First Team honors along with fellow SJU guard Shenneika Smith… The Red Storm’s No. 2 scorer on the season posted a triple-double vs. Georgetown (Feb. 9) with 16 points, 12 boards, 8 assists. 2011-12: All-BIG EAST Second Team after averaging 12.1 and nearly 6 rebs. and 5 assists, respectively; led team in assists (3rd in BIG EAST), steals , and FT percentage. Paced SJU with 15 points, 7 assts, 7 rebs in upset of then-No. 2 UConn that snapped Huskies’ 99-game, home-winning streak and went on to hit game-winner over Creighton in NCAA First Round game. 201011: Ranked fifth in BIG EAST in FT percentage and steals, 10th in assists per game. 2009-10: Took over starting point guard duties early on; went on to earn BIG EAST All-Freshman Team honors and was finalist for Nancy Lieberman award as nation’s top guard. Personal: Nadirah A. McKenith…Daughter of

Jacqueline Tucker and Terry McKenith… has four siblings: Najee (25), Tywan (16), Tariq (15), Taneshia (9)…played club ball for New Heights in Brooklyn, N.Y…majored in sport management. Career Transactions • Selected by the Washington Mystics with the 17th pick in the second round of the 2013 WNBA Draft

#5 Position: Guard

Height/Weight: 5-7/155 Birth Date: 09/06/1991 College: St. John’s ‘13 Hometown: Newark, NJ WNBA Experience: R

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK PTS

AVG

2010

32

87

182

.478

71

111

.640

0

8

.000

149

161

71

12

245

7.70

12

245

7.7

2011

33

95

223

.426

84

105

.800

2

9

.222

170

130

73

19

276

8.40

19

276

8.4

2012

31

123

292

.421

117

149

.785

12

43

.279

178

149

70

12

375

12.1

12

375

12.1

2013

30

132

321

.411

115

148

.777

18

65

.277

154

165

53

30

397

13.2

30

397

13.2

Totals

126

437

1018

.429

387

513

.754

32

125

.256

651

605

267

73

1293

10.3

73

1293

10.3

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MEESSEMAN Personal: 6-4 center from Belgium recently played in France where she averaged 12.3 points per game and 6.9 rebounds per game… in 2011, she was named FIBA’s Europe Young Women’s Player of the Year in 2011.3

#33

Career Transactions • Selected by the Washington Mystics with the 19th pick in the second round of the 2013 WNBA Draft

Position: Center

Height/Weight: 6-4/182 Birth Date: 05/13/1993 Hometown: Belgium WNBA Experience: R Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK PTS

AVG

2012

Villeneuve

22

684

114-221

0.516

0-1

.000

43-55

56

95

151

44

34

27

36

26

271

12.3

22

684

114-221

0.516

0-1

0

43-55

56

95

151

44

34

27

36

26

271

12.3

Total

PCT

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MOORE

2012: Played for Connecticut and Atlanta…appeared in 16 regular season games total and one playoff game with the Sun…scored 12 points with Connecticut and 15 with Atlanta. 2011: Joined Connecticut in June and appeared in 29 games…scored in each of her last 10 games of the season…season-high six points against Atlanta (8/21)…played a season-high 18 minutes at Washington (9/4)…in Game 1 of Atlanta series in the playoffs, Moore scored four points. 2010: Played in 33 games for the Fever…averaged 3.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in 13.1 minutes per game…scored in double figures against Chicago (6/27)…appeared in three games of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. 2009: signed by Indiana after third game of the season…started nine of 31 games, averaging 4.8 points and 3.1 rebounds per game… career-high 19 points at Phoenix (8/8)…during an eight-game span when starting in place of an injured player, averaged 9.1 points and 4.5 rebounds…second on the team shooting .471 percent from the field…Appeared in all 10 playoff games and averaged 2.8 points and 1.9 rebounds…in game 4 of the Finals against Phoenix (10/7), she had a playoff-high seven points and four rebounds in nine minutes. 2008: Started two games out of 28 for LA…averaged 1.4 points, 1.6 rebounds and 11 minutes per game. 2007: Started 17 of 29 games played, posing a career-high 13 points against Houston (8/19)…

averaged 4.2 points, three rebounds, and 0.6 assists in 15.2 minutes per game. 2006: Started 33 games and appeared in 34 in LA…averaged 4.3 points and 19.3 minutes per game…played a career-high 37 minutes against Phoenix (8/5)…had a career-high four steals against San Antonio (5/25)…started all five games for LA in playoffs, averaging 4.8 points. 2005: Appeared in a total of 21 games as a rookie…played six games with the Charlotte Sting and 15 with the Sparks…made her debut with Los Angeles against Seattle (7/16)…played in five playoff games, averaging 1.3 points and 0.8 rebounds.

#31 Position: Forward/Center Height/Weight: 6-3/175 Birth Date: 7-9-82 College: Connecticut ‘00 Hometown: Palmer, Alaska WNBA Experience: 8

College: Averaged 8.4 points and 5.8 rebounds while shooting .584 from the field… won three NCAA championship in 2002, 2003, and 2004… Finished with a career record of 132-13… ranked third all-time in field goal percentage at UConn (.584)…suffered an ACL tear in her left knee during the 2004 National Championship Game…returned as a senior to average 8.4 points and 6.3 rebounds… a 2005 All-Big East honorable mention pick, a member of the 2005 Big East All-Tournament team, a 2004 NCAA All-Final Four selection and named to both the 2003 NCAA Tournament East Regional AllTournament Team and Big East All-Tournament Team. Personal: Voted Alaska’s Athlete Of The Year her junior and senior high school years…won two State Championships in basketball and two in volleyball…Two-time Gatorade Alaska Player

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of the Year…graduated from Connecticut with a degree in communication science and would like to pursue a career in politics in addition to basketball…member of the 2001 USA Basketball Women’s Junior World Championship Team. .

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

2005

LAS

15-0

109

4-8

0.5

0-0

0.0

0-0

0.0

4

4

8

1

21

4

5

0

8

.5

2005

CHA

6-0

49

1-3

0.333

0-0

0.0

1-2

0.5

1

4

5

2

9

0

4

0

3

.5

2006

LAS

34-33

663

59-136

.434

0-2

0.0

29-38

0.763

35

63

98

24

79

22

28

9

147

4.3

2007

LAS

29-17

440

48-121

.397

0-0

0.0

27-42

0.643

36

52

88

18

64

6

33

6

123

4.2

2008

LAS

28-2

309

14-43

.326

0-0

0.0

11-16

0.688

17

28

45

17

48

4

17

5

39

1.4

2009

IND

31-9

613

57-121

.471

0-1

0.0

34-46

0.739

40

56

96

14

85

19

32

6

148

4.8

2010

IND

33-0

431

38-89

.427

0-1

0.0

25-30

.833

29

40

69

14

60

6

30

4

101

3.1

2011

CON

29-0

199

17-40

.425

0-0

0.0

14-18

.778

10

13

23

5

19

5

14

2

48

1.7

2012

CON

8-0

65

3-11

.273

0-0

0.0

6-8

.750

3

4

7

2

10

0

3

0

12

1.5

2012

ATL

8-0

43

6-9

.667

0-0

0.0

3-4

.750

5

5

10

0

8

0

6

0

15

1.9

221-61

2,921

247-581

.425

0-4

0.0

150-204

.735

180

269

449

97

403 66

172

32

644

2.9

Total Playoff Averages 2006

LAS

5-5

89

11-22

.500

0-0

.000

2-2

1

5

11

16

5

14

2

3

0

24

4.8

2008

LAS

6-0

52

3-9

.333

0-0

.000

2-2

1

0

5

5

3

8

0

3

0

8

1.3

2009

IND

10-0

120

8-24

.333

0-0

.000

6-8

0.75

9

8

17

3

24

5

3

2

22

2.2

2010

IND

3-0

16

0-1

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

0

1

1

2

1

3

1

0

1

0

0

2011

CON

2-0

8

1-1

1.00

0-0

.000

2-2

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

1

0

4

2

2012

CON

1-0

2

0-0

.000

0-0

.000

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0.0

27-5

287

23-57

.404

0-0

.000

12-14

.857

15

26

41

12

51

8

10

3

58

2.1

11

0

1

7

8

9

3

4

2

19

8/8/09

8/8/09

Total

Career Highs 38

6

7/30/09

8/8/09

vs. CON

at PHX

2 times

none

4 times

at PHX

at PHX

2 times

7 times

at SA

6 times

at PHX

vs. LA

2 times

vs. PHX

3 times

24 Times

2 Times

2 times

2 Times

3 Times

vs. LA

4 times

vs. PHX

2

3

0

0

3

4

3

1

0

0

7

3 times

2 times

none

none

2 times

2 times

3 times

2 times

none

none

5/25/06

8/8/09

2012 Season High 16 7/8/12 at LA

7/8/12 at LA

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RUFFIN-PRATT College: In a breakout senior season, earned All-ACC First Team honors (from both a BlueRibbon panel and league’s coaches) as well as a spot on the conference’s All-Tournament Team and All-Region 2 honors for the WBCA All-America Team...led Tar Heels to the ACC title game, and a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament...scored a career-high 30 points in opening round NCAA Tourney game vs. Albany… joined teammate Xylina McDaniel as the first Tar Heels to earn First Team honors since future WNBA players Erlana Larkins and LaToya Pringle did so in 2008...Ranked among ACC leaders in steals (2nd) scoring (4th), assists (7th), and blocks (15th)...2011-12: Missed first 13 games after offseason shoulder surgery; returned to start 15 games. 2010-11: Started 16 games; suffered a partial shoulder dislocation in Dec. (her second in two years), but did not miss a game.

Prep: Two-time Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year. Career Transactions • Added to the Mystics training camp roster

#44 Position: Guard

Height/Weight: 5-10/183 Birth Date: 04/11/1989 College: North Carolina ‘13 Hometown: Fairfax, Va. WNBA Experience: R

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK PTS

AVG

2009

UNC

30-19

644

72-231

0.312

6-45

0.133

39-71

0.549

68

98

166

44

54

38

54

8

189

6.3

2010

UNC

36-16

810

88-261

0.337

5-40

0.125

43-64

0.672

103

135

238

88

82

41

63

10

224

6.2

2011

UNC

18-15

564

61-195

0.313

2-19

0.105

29-44

0.659

34

58

92

51

43

37

62

18

153

8.5

2012

UNC

35-33

1,068

179-472

0.379

15-62

0.242

168-241

0.697

29

100

129

159

54

93

153

27

541

15.5

119-83

3,086

400-1159

0.335

28-166

0.151

279-420

0.644

234

391

625

342

233

209

332

63

1107

9.125

Total

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SNOW

2012: Started in 21 out of 32 games played… averaged 20.1 minutes per game…scored 5.9 points per game…grabbed 5.4 rebounds per game…posted two double-doubles…shot .523 from the field…led the team in rebounds in 12 contests…missed the last two games due to a sore knee… reached her 3,000th career point with 3:24 remaining in the fourth quarter of the Mystics 77-79 loss to the Minnesota Lynx on May 30. 2011: In her first season with the Sky, Snow played all 34 games, starting in 30 …she averaged 5.9 points and 6.3 rebounds per game …passed the 8,000-minute mark for career minutes played …on July 1st, Snow recorded her 321st block and fished the season with 351 blocks for her career ...Snow now is 8th among the WNBA’s all-time leaders in blocks …her best game came on July 9th vs. Atlanta where she scored 13 points, recorded six blocks, and grabbed seven rebounds …on August 25th, Snow played her 205th consecutive game, passing Tamika Whitmore for the 13th longest streak in WNBA history. 2010: Was a member of the San Antonio Silver Stars…She played in 36 games, and averaged 10.2 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game…finished with a .562% field goal percentage. 2009: Played in 34 games for Atlanta…averaged 5.4 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in 34 games…helped Atlanta reach the playoffs for the first time in franchise history following the team’s 4-30 finish in their inaugural season in 2008…scored a season-high 17 points

on 8-of-13 made field goal attempts on Sept. 5 at Phoenix…at Detroit on July 22, recorded season highs in rebounds (12), blocks (3) and minutes (31)… played in two playoff games for the Dream, averaging 4.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocks per game. 2008: Started in all 34 games for the Comets… averaged 9.9 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 0.9 blocks per game… led the team in rebounding… second-leading scorer on the team… finished second on the team in field goal percentage (.529)… Ranked fourth in the league in field goal percentage… ranked 11th in rebounds per game.

#2 Position: Center

Height/Weight: 6-5/158 Birth Date: 3/20/80 College: Tennessee ‘02 Hometown: Pensacola, FL WNBA Experience: 11

2007: Started in all 34 games for the Comets… averaged 10.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.0 blocks per game. 2006: Started all 34 games for the Comets… averaged 13 points, 7.9 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.1 blocks per game… recorded careerhigh averages for points and rebounds… named to the All-Star team and dunked in the All-Star game… recorded a career-high 23 rebounds against Minnesota on August 4. 2005: Appeared in 33 games, starting all of them… averaged 12 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.1 blocks per game… shot a career-high .551 from the field. 2004: Appeared in 31 games, starting all 31... averaged 8.9 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game.

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Personal: Oldest of five siblings…nickname is “Shell”… mother Rosa, who lived with chronic inflammatory disease lupus for more than 13 years, passed away in 2004 from complications associated with the disease… to honor her mother’s legacy she hopes to increase awareness of lupus by raising money for treatment and to find a cure… has a degree in psychology from Tennessee…credits high school coach, Alison Davis, as being her biggest sports influence… hobbies include reading, writing poetry and traveling.

2002: Played in 32 games, including two starts… averaged 3.9 points and 3.7 rebounds in 15 minutes per game. College: Averaged 10.9 points and 6.5 rebounds per game during her career at Tennessee… became the 25th Lady Vol to register 1,000 career points… associated Press All-American Honorable mention as a senior… selected to WBCA All-Star Team in 2002… recorded three dunks during her collegiate career… All-SEC Second Team as a sophomore

Career Transactions • Signed as a free agent on February 9, 2012 • Traded to the Chicago Sky in 2011 • Acquired by San Antonio on March 11, 2010 • Signed by Atlanta on February 18, 2009 • Selected by the Houston Comets in the first round (10th overall) of the 2002 WNBA Draft

Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

2002

HOU

32-2

480

45-96

0.469

1-2

0.5

34-57

0.596

31

88

119

13

59

12

22

26

125

3.9

2003

HOU

34-34

1025

126-253

0.498

0-1

0

62-85

0.729

76

187

263

42

120

35

68

62

314

9.2

2004

HOU

31-31

893

104-229

0.454

0-0

0

68-113

0.602

62

177

239

31

89

28

71

35

276

8.9

2005

HOU

33-33

966

152-276

0.551

0-0

0

92-130

0.708

68

157

225

40

120

20

65

38

396

12

2006

HOU

34-34

994

178-349

0.510

0-0

0

86-129

0.667

78

191

269

47

121

33

88

38

442

13

2007

HOU

34-34

892

140-284

0.493

0-0

0

86-112

0.768

78

152

230

47

107

18

91

35

366

10.8

2008

HOU

34-34

856

126-237

0.532

1-2

0.5

83-119

0.697

74

156

230

42

111

18

62

30

336

9.9

2009

ATL

34-2

503

67-140

0.479

0-2

0

51-67

0.761

40

105

145

17

73

15

39

17

185

5.4

2010

SAN

34-33

821

144-251

0.574

0-1

0

64-89

0.719

52

158

210

55

71

33

56

25

352

10.4

2011

CHI

34-30

821

82-180

0.456

0-2

0

38-50

0.760

39

174

213

64

84

16

70

44

202

5.9

2012

WAS

32-21

643

81-155

0.523

0-1

0

28-36

0.778

59

114

173

19

75

19

53

27

190

5.9

366-288

8894

1245-2450

0.508

2-11

0.182

692-987

0.701

657

1659

2316

417

1030

247

685

377

3184

8.7

Total

Playoff Averages 2002

HOU

3

0

26.3

0.333

0

0.875

2

5

7

1.3

0

0.7

1.67

3

6.3

0

19

9.5

2003

HOU

3

3

29.7

0.4

0

0.625

4

5.7

9.7

1.7

1.3

1.3

1.67

3.33

8.3

0

36

18.0

2005

HOU

5

5

30.4

0.529

0

0.696

0.2

5.2

5.4

0.8

1

0.6

3.2

3

0

55

13.8

2006

HOU

2

2

28.5

0.588

0

0.917

1.5

4.5

6

2

1

3

1

4.5

2009

ATL

2

0

16.5

0.3

0

0.6

1.5

2.5

4

0.5

0

1

1

1.5

4.5

2010

SAN

2

2

19

0.333

0

0.667

2

2

4

2

0.5

0

1.5

1

7

17

12

26.4

0.437

0

0.742

1.7

4.5

6.2

1.3

0.7

1

1.94

2.82

8.8

Total

Career Highs MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

PTS

48

10

20

1

1

9

23

6

5

24

32

5/29/05

7/14/06

8/4/06

8/4/06

8/20/10

7/26/08

vs. IND

at CHI

at MIN

2 Times

11 Times

2 Times

at MIN

vs. SA

vs. HOU

3 Times

2 times

9

12

0

3

12

2

2

21

ST

PTS

6/20/12

6/20/12

6/20/12

7

22

2 times

at PHX

at PHX

vs. CHI

vs. MIN

vs. ATL

2012 Season High 32

vs. ATL

3 times

2 times

5 times

4 Times

at PHX

5/30/12

8/19/2012

vs. NY

2 times

vs. TUL

vs. CON

at PHX

vs. MIN

vs. CHI

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VAUGHN 2012: Started in 17 out of 31 games for the Liberty… averaged 22.9 minutes per game…pulled down 5.0 rebounds per game…scored 6.4 points per game. 2011: Led the Liberty in total rebounds 227 making for a 6.7 season average…grabbed 10 or more rebounds in four games…tallied a team single game season high in rebounds with 12.0 boards on (LAL, 6/21) - the fifth most in franchise history…set new career-highs in minutes (37), field goals (12), free throws made (5), defensive (8) and total rebounds (12), assists (4), steals (3), blocked shots (3), and points (24)…her second career playoff appearance averaging 6.4 points and 4.3 rebounds. 2010: Appeared in 30 games…Averaged 2.1 points, 1.4 rebounds per game and .348 field-goal percentage. 2009: Appeared in all 34 games…averaged 4.8 points and 2.6 rebounds per game shooting .493 from the field. College: Graduated leading the program in games played (135), surpassing teammate Essence Carson by one game...recorded 68 and 40 career doubledigit scoring and rebounding performances, respectively... finished collegiate career ranked second alltime in Scarlet Knight history for blocked shots (279) and rebounds (1, 079)...one of only four players in RU history to record more than 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in career...only the second player in program history to lead team in rebounding in four straight seasons (Liberty legend Sue Wicks was the other)...as a senior, averaged 9.9 ppg and 7.2 rpg, leading the team in rebounds...registered five doubledoubles in final season...as a junior, named second team All-BIG EAST, All-Met First Team by the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association...tied for 17th

in final NCAA statistics in blocked shots per game in sophomore season... In 2006-07 season, named to Final Four All-Tournament Team and the Greensboro Regional All-Tournament squad. All-BIG EAST First Team and the All-Tournament squad, All-Met Division I Women’s College Basketball Player of the Year, Kodak/WBCA Region I All-American...contributed 11 rebounds…NCAA Tournament debut as a freshman... named the BIG EAST Preseason Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the ESPN.com Preseason Freshman All-America Team.

#2 Position: Center

Height/Weight: 6-4/200

Personal: Born and raised in the Bronx ... eldest daughter of Aja Ellington, has seven younger brothers ...has a dog named Prince ...walked past Madison Square Garden everyday on her way to high school at St. Michael’s Academy in mid-town Manhattan ... pre-game ritual is to listen to her favorite singer, Beyonce on her iPod ... wears No. 15 because one of her younger brothers was born on December 15 ... journalism major at Rutgers ... credits her exceptional foot skills to double-dutch jump roping ... the most surprising fact about her is her fear of clowns ... began playing basketball in middle school by the influence of her mother ... was named the 2005 New York State Gatorade Player of the Year.

Career Transactions • Acquired by the Washington Mystics on February 27, 2013. • Selected in the first round (8th overall) of the 2009 WNBA Draft.

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Birth Date: 1/24/1987 College: Rutgers ‘09 Hometown: Bronx, NY WNBA Experience: 4


WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Year

Team

G-GS

Min

FG-FGA

PCT

3FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

A

PF

S

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

2009

NYL

34-1

396

73-148

0.493

0-2

.000

17-34

0.5

35

53

88

8

57

6

32

3

163

4.8

2010

NYL

30-0

243

24-69

0.348

1-1

1

13-20

0.65

15

27

42

10

44

6

18

6

62

2.1

2011

NYL

34-34

955

149-300

0.497

0-0

0

44-56

0.786

96

131

227

39

97

40

61

25

342

10.1

2012

NYL

31-17

710

89-207

0.43

0-0

0

21-32

0.656

48

106

154

27

76

16

31

25

199

6.4

129-52

2.305

335-724

0.463

1-3

0.333

95-142

0.669

194

317

511

84

274 68

142

59

766

5.9

Total Playoff Averages 2010

NYL

5-0

78

10-16

0.625

0-0

.000

6-13

0.462

5

10

15

3

9

0

5

3

26

5.2

2011

NYL

3-3

78

8-14

0.571

0-0

.000

9-10

0.900

6

13

19

4

5

3

3

1

25

8.3

2012

NYL

2-0

49

5-12

0.417

0-0

.000

1-1

1.000

6

11

17

2

5

0

3

1

11

5.5

10-3

206

23-42

0.548

0-0

.000

16-24

0.667

17

34

51

9

19

3

11

5

62

6.2

Total Career Highs MIN

FGM

FGA

3PM

3PA

FTM

FTA

REB

A

ST

BS

PTS

45

13

24

1

1

9

13

16

5

5

2

31

8/23/11 vs. LA

8/28/11 2 times

vs. PHX

6/24/10 3 times

24 Times

2 Times

2 times

2 Times

3 Times

vs. LA

6/27/10 4 times

vs. PHX

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SEASON IN REVIEW


2012 SEASON IN REVIEW WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE WASHINGTON MYSTICS / MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS ----

RECORD

HOME

ROAD

OT

Overall

5-29

4-13

1-16

1- 0

EASTERN

3-19

2- 9

1-10

1- 0

WESTERN

2-10

2- 4

0- 6

TEAM WINNING & LOSING STREAKS: ---- OVERALL

HOME

---- Loss- 13

Loss-

6

Loss-

9

Long:Win -

Win -

1

Win -

1

Loss-

6

Loss-

9

1

---- Loss- 13

ROAD

Last:Win -08/19 vsCHI

75-71

Win -08/19 vsCHI

75-71

Win -07/13 @ NY

70-53

---- Loss-09/22 @ CHI

58-77

Loss-09/21 vsIND

53-66

Loss-09/22 @ CHI

58-77

----

WON LOST

OFFENSE

VsOPP

HOME ATTENDANCE

May

1

2

70+

3-13

.500+

1-18

17

June

1

8

70<

2-16

.500<

4-10

146,861

Total

July

2

4

8,639

Average

Aug.

1

6

70+

2-26

12,569

High

Sep.

0

9

70<

3- 3

MARGINS

1

Won By:

1

Lost By: ----

2

DEFENSE

2

3

4

1

1

2

5

6

7

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 1

1

2

3

Games

3

3

3

1 1

1

1

1

1

1

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46+

Won By: Lost By: At Start Of:

1

1

1

1

OVERALL HOME

ROAD

FG%

OVERALL

HOME

2nd- Ahead:

1- 4

1- 3

0- 1

-44%

3-23

2-11

1-12

-Behind:

3-24

2-10

1-14

45-49%

2- 6

2- 2

0- 4

-

ROAD

Tied:

1- 1

1- 0

0- 1

50-54%

0- 0

0- 0

0- 0

3rd- Ahead:

5- 5

4- 1

1- 4

55-59%

0- 0

0- 0

0- 0

-Behind:

0-24

0-12

0-12

+60%

0- 0

0- 0

0- 0

-

Tied:

0- 0

0- 0

0- 0

4th- Ahead:

5- 4

4- 2

1- 2

-Behind:

0-25

0-11

0-14

-

0- 0

0- 0

0- 0

Tied:

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Date O pponent Team/Opp Home Road Total High Scoring High Rebounds May 19 CHICAGO L 57- 69 0-1 0-0 0-1 Langhorne-16 Langhorne-8 May 26 TULSA W 64- 61 1-1 0-0 1-1 Ajavon-19 Langhorne-10 ---------May 30 MINNESOTA L 77- 79 1-2 0-0 1-2 Ajavon-20 Robinson-5 ---------Jun 1 @Chicago L 63- 65 1-2 0-1 1-3 Currie-15 Snow-9 ---------Jun 3 @Cnct. L 86- 94 1-2 0-2 1-4 Langhorne-25 Currie-8 ---------Jun 8 NEW YORK L 70- 76 1-3 0-2 1-5 Langhorne-24 Snow-12 ---------Jun 15 INDIANA W 67- 66 2-3 0-2 2-5 Langhorne-22 Langhorne-13 Jun 18 @LA L 70-101 2-3 0-3 2-6 Snow-15 Snow-7 Jun 20 @Phoenix L 77- 80 2-3 0-4 2-7 Snow-21 Snow-9 Jun 24 @Seattle L 55- 72 2-3 0-5 2-8 Langhorne-21 Langhorne-6 ---------Snow-6 Jun 26 SEATTLE L 71- 79 2-4 0-5 2-9 Langhorne-20 Langhorne-10 Jun 29 CNCT. L 64- 77 2-5 0-5 2-10 Currie-21 Snow-9 Jul 1 PHOENIX W 90- 77 3-5 0-5 3-10 Langhorne-22 Snow-9 Jul 6 S AN AN. L 73- 78 3-6 0-5 3-11 Currie-15 Wisdom-Hylton-6 Jul 8 @Tulsa L 62- 78 3-6 0-6 3-12 Langhorne-13 Lacy-6 ---------Jul 10 CNCT. L 70- 77 3-7 0-6 3-13 Langhorne-15 Snow-11 ---------Jul 11 @Cnct. L 73- 85 3-7 0-7 3-14 Langhorne-19 Snow-7 Jul 13 @New York W 70- 53 3-7 1-7 4-14 Langhorne-24 Langhorne-6 Aug 16 @Indiana L 66- 84 3-7 1-8 4-15 Currie-12 Currie-7 ---------Snow-7 Aug 17 @Minnesota L 69- 98 3-7 1-9 4-16 Langhorne-12 Snow-9 ---------Currie-12 ---------Wisdom-Hylton-12 Aug 19 CHICAGO W 75- 71(OT) 4-7 1-9 5-16 Ajavon-22 Langhorne-8 Aug 21 @San An. L 72- 75 4-7 1-10 5-17 Langhorne-17 Langhorne-6 ---------Thomas-17 Aug 24 ATLANTA L 69- 81 4-8 1-10 5-18 Ajavon-20 Langhorne-10 ---------Aug 28 @Indiana L 68- 83 4-8 1-11 5-19 Quinn-13 Langhorne-5 ---------Quinn-5 Aug 30 @Atlanta L 59- 82 4-8 1-12 5-20 Currie-14 Langhorne-7 ---------Wisdom-Hylton-7 ---------Sep 1 @New York L 73- 79 4-8 1-13 5-21 Currie-20 Langhorne-8 Sep 4 CNCT. L 70- 77 4-9 1-13 5-22 Langhorne-23 Langhorne-9 Sep 7 LA L 68- 96 4-10 1-13 5-23 Currie-16 Snow-7 ---------Sep 9 @Atlanta L 68- 93 4-10 1-14 5-24 Langhorne-12 Robinson-13 ---------Quinn-12 Sep 12 @New York L 62- 75 4-10 1-15 5-25 Currie-24 Langhorne-6 Sep 14 ATLANTA L 74- 82 4-11 1-15 5-26 Currie-20 Robinson-7 Sep 16 NEW YORK L 68- 75 4-12 1-15 5-27 Thomas-16 Robinson-10 Sep 21 INDIANA L 53- 66 4-13 1-15 5-28 Currie-16 Robinson-7 Sep 22 @Chicago L 58- 77 4-13 1-16 5-29 Currie-15 Robinson-7

High Assists Quinn-5 Ajavon-3 Langhorne-3 Lacy-4 Ajavon-4 Lacy-4 Ajavon-3 Currie-3 Ajavon-4 Quinn-4 Bobbitt-5 Thomas-5 Ajavon-7 Bobbitt-5 Bobbitt-8 Bobbitt-7 Bobbitt-5 Currie-6 Ajavon-4 Thomas-4 Bobbitt-4 Thomas-4 Thomas-4 Ajavon-4 Currie-3 Novosel-4

Opponent Scoring Fowles-23 Latta-16

Atten. 11,415 11,866

Brunson-16 Moore-16 Prince-31

8,131

Charles-30

7,065

Pondexter-25

9,108

Catchings-15 Ogwumike-24 Bonner-19 Bird-14 Wauters-14 Bird-25 Jones-20 Houston-26 Young-18 Latta-18

8,050 8,612 5,751 6,979 6,645 6,975 10,789 6,522 4,003

Lawson-17

12,569

Jones-22 Pondexter-22 Larkins-16

7,804 14,715 6,834

Augustus-20

4,078

10,933

Thomas-8 Tied with-3

Prince-18 Hammon-22

8,489 5,913

Bobbitt-4 Novosel-4 Ajavon-4

Price-19

9,697

Douglas-18

6,525

Bobbitt-3 Langhorne-3 Thomas-3 Currie-4 Thomas-5 Currie-3

de Souza-21

3,381

Quinn-3 Thomas-3 Thomas-7 Ajavon-4 Robinson-3 Wisdom-Hylton-4 Currie-4

Carson-20 Charles-20 Toliver-18 Parker-18 Harding-15 Price-15 Pondexter-22 McCoughtry-26 Pondexter-30 Phillips-19 Vandersloot-20

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6,245 5,980 7,468 6,898 5,717 7,368 8,087 7,702 6,721


2012 FINAL STATS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

Through September 23 (5-29)

PLAYER

WASHINGTON MYSTICS

Langhorne

31 31

MIN

Currie Thomas

-FIELD GOALS-

G GS

999

190

FGA

FG

FGA

338

.562

8

.125

117

.641

DEF

TOT

AST

PF

DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS 456

14.7

34 28

820

129

319

34 23

763

107

282

.404

22

80

.379

35

96

127

164

.774

28

94

122

59

85

0

35

59

7

407

12.0

29

43

.674

14

67

81

94

52

0

29

74

7

278

Ajavon

33 22

712

82

274

.299

31

8.2

.301

67

81

.827

20

40

60

67

97

1

53

65

6

262

Quinn

30 18

666

72

182

.396

7.9

77

.403

19

26

.731

18

70

88

54

32

0

22

29

6

194

Snow

32 21

643

81

155

6.5

0

1

.000

28

36

.778

59

114

173

19

75

0

19

53

27

190

Wisdom-Hylton

34

2

501

61

5.9

.480

0

1

.000

14

19

.737

41

56

97

32

52

0

24

40

27

136

Lacy

20

1

259

4.0

81

.358

5

21

.238

14

18

.778

10

32

42

25

27

0

13

23

5

77

Novosel

31

0

3.9

34

101

.337

9

41

.220

22

29

.759

19

22

41

23

16

0

14

19

3

99

Robinson

3.2

535

48

117

.410

0

1

.000

7

20

.350

38

72

110

29

71

0

19

39

24

103

Castro Marques

3.1

0

132

14

53

.264

1

6

.167

5

7

.714

4

8

12

8

8

0

3

8

0

34

3.1

6

5

72

6

23

.261

0

3

.000

5

10

.500

3

5

8

6

10

0

2

8

0

17

2.8

Bobbitt

28

5

418

29

88

.330

9

40

.225

11

18

.611

11

22

33

72

38

1

14

35

2

78

OPPONENTS

34 -

462

.368

677

.781

542

1

PLAYER

Langhorne

FTA

.275 .365

103

31

.523

127

29

306

33 14 11

--REBOUNDS--

OFF

MYSTICS

FT

34 -

6825

882

6825

981

2140 2132

1

.412 144 .460 170

-- SINGLE-GAME HIGHS --

MIN REB AST ST TO BL PTS

478

PCT

-FREE THROWSPCT

Canty

PCT

-3-POINT FG--

FG

2012 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

.301

75

423 529

588

.719

75

340 325

119

194

721 1061 782 1107

----------- AVERAGE PER GAME -----------MIN

REB

AST 1.4

1.48

2.4

0.13

14.7

TO

BLK

PTS

530 602

16

11

7

28

5

8

8C

19

10

13

9

7T

32

17C

6

8

10

20

9

12

4.0

8

16

3C

6C

0.25

3.9

7

12C

6

9

0.6

0.10

3.2

4C

10C

5C

7C

0.58

1.2

0.73

3.1

6

11

6

8

0.7

0.27

0.7

0.00

3.1

13

24

10

1.3

1.0

0.33

1.3

0.00

2.8

9

22

1.2

2.6

0.50

1.3

0.07

2.8

6

12

17.7

8.85

15.6

3.76

41

94

8

6

4

5

2

24

24.1

3.6

1.7

1.03

1.7

0.21

12.0

Thomas

34

6

8

3

6

2

18

22.4

2.4

2.8

0.85

2.2

0.21

8.2

Ajavon

34

5

7

7

7

2

22

21.6

1.8

2.0

1.61

2.0

0.18

7.9

10

Quinn

35

9

5

3

5

1

18

22.2

2.9

1.8

0.73

1.0

0.20

6.5

9

Snow

32

12

2

2

4

4

21

20.1

5.4

0.6

0.59

1.7

0.84

5.9

Wisdom-Hylton

31

7

4

3

4

5

12

14.7

2.9

0.9

0.71

1.2

0.79

Lacy

26

6

4

3

4

1

12

13.0

2.1

1.3

0.65

1.2

Novosel

22

6

4

4

3

2

12

9.9

1.3

0.7

0.45

Robinson

35

13

3

2

4

3

10

16.2

3.3

0.9

Castro Marques

27

5

2

2

2

0

9

12.0

1.1

Canty

17

3

2

1

5

0

5

12.0

Bobbitt

31

4

8

4

5

1

10

14.9

29 16 22

8 101

200.7

78.3

13

33

43

2661

18

Currie

225

128

2.8

68.6

11

32.2

OPPONENTS

530

2331

PTS

25

200.7

301

118

AST

1

90

571

AVG

REB

5

9

293

4

FTA

4

24 12 32

2

75

FT

3

41

46

FGA

13

225

628

0

-CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON)-

43

MYSTICS

65

FG

6.3

STL

42

31.2 32.6

15.6

8.62

16.8

3.47

68.6 78.3

13 8C

38

24 16C 21

84

9 4C

13

16

31

14

24

23

6

24

13

4T

16

8

7

15

6C

4C

12C

13T

4

14

18

9

8

32

12

14

11

9

24

5

6

6

10

50

31

42 40

55 51

9C

5

51

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2012 HIGHS & LOWS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

MYSTICS HIGHS

MYSTICS LOWS

Points

90

vs. Phoenix

7/1

Points

53

vs. Indiana

9/21

1st Quarter

27

vs. Phoenix

7/1

1st Quarter

10

vs. Seattle

6/26

2nd Quarter

24 (2x)

vs. Atlanta

9/14

2nd Quarter

8

at Chicago

9/22

3rd Quarter

27

vs. Minnesota

5/30

3rd Quarter

9

at Indiana

8/16

4th Quarter

36

at Connecticut

6/3

4th Quarter

7

at New York

9/12

Overtime Points

13

vs. Chicago

8/19

Overtime Points

-

-

-

First Half

50

vs. Phoenix

7/1

First Half

20

at Seattle

6/24

Second Half

51

at Connecticut

6/3

Second Half

24

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Field Goals Made

32 (2x)

vs. Phoenix

7/1

Field Goals Made

21

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Field Goals Attempted

77

vs. Connecticut

6/29

Field Goals Attempted

46

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Field Goal Pct. (Game)

.485

at Connecticut

6/3

Field Goal Pct. (Game)

.325

vs. Connecticut

6/29

3-Point FGs Made

8

at Phoenix

6/20

3-Point FGs Made

1

at Atlanta

8/30

3-Point FGs Attempted

21 (3x)

vs. Indiana

9/21

3-Point FGs Attempted

8

at Atlanta

8/30

3-Point FG Pct. (Game)

.538

at Indiana

8/28

3-Point FG Pct. (Game)

.125

at Atlanta

8/30

Free Throws Made

22

vs. Phoenix

7/1

Free Throws Made

3

at Indiana

8/28

Free Throws Attempted

31

vs. Phoenix

7/1

Free Throws Attempted

7 (2x)

vs. Indiana

9/21

Free Throw Pct. (Game)

.900

vs. Indiana

6/15

Free Throw Pct. (Game)

.429

at Indiana

8/28

Offensive Rebounds

17

vs. Connecticut

6/29

Offensive Rebounds

6 (4x)

vs. Indiana

9/21

Defensive Rebounds

30

at Chicago

6/1

Defensive Rebounds

13

vs. Minnesota

5/30

Total Rebounds

41

vs. Indiana

6/15

Total Rebounds

22

vs. Minnesota

5/30

Assists

24

at Phoenix

6/20

Assists

9

at Indiana

8/16

Steals

12 (4x)

at New York

9/12

Steals

3

at Phoenix

6/20

Blocked Shots

9 (2x)

vs. New York

9/16

Blocked Shots

0

vs. New York

6/8

Turnovers

32

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Turnovers

11 (3x)

vs. Connecticut

6/29

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2012 OPPONENT HIGHS & LOWS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE OPPONENTS HIGHS

OPPONENTS LOWS

Points

101

at Los Angeles

6/18

Points

53

at New York

7/13

1st Quarter

35

vs. New York

6/8

1st Quarter

11

at Chicago

9/22

2nd Quarter

26 (2x)

at Atlanta

9/9

2nd Quarter

6

vs. Chicago

8/19

3rd Quarter

30

at Minnesota

8/17

3rd Quarter

7

vs. Chicago

5/19

4th Quarter

35

at Connecticut

6/3

4th Quarter

11 (2x)

vs. New York

6/8

Overtime Points

9

vs. Chicago

8/19

First Half

23

at Chicago

9/22

First Half

55

vs. New York

6/8

Second Half

21

vs. New York

6/8

Second Half

60

at Connecticut

6/3

Field Goals Made

18

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Field Goals Made

40

at Atlanta

9/9

Field Goals Attempted

48

at Seattle

6/24

Field Goals Attempted

76

at Minnesota

8/17

Field Goal Pct. (Game)

Field Goal Pct. (Game)

.305

vs. Tulsa

5/26

.619

vs. Los Angeles

9/7

3-Point FGs Made

1 (2x)

at Atlanta

8/30

3-Point FGs Made

10

at Indiana

8/28

3-Point FGs Attempted

3-Point FGs Attempted

8

at Connecticut

6/3

25

at Indiana

8/16

3-Point FG Pct. (Game)

3-Point FG Pct. (Game)

.067

at New York

7/13

.778

vs. Los Angeles

9/7

Free Throws Made

8 (2x)

at Atlanta

9/9

Free Throws Made

30

vs. Seattle

6/26

Free Throws Attempted

Free Throws Attempted

9

at New York

7/13

39

vs. Seattle

6/26

Free Throw Pct. (Game)

Free Throw Pct. (Game)

.625

at San Antonio

8/21

100.0 (2x)

vs. New York

9/16

Offensive Rebounds

2

at Seattle

6/24

Offensive Rebounds

16

at Atlanta

8/30

Defensive Rebounds

16

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Defensive Rebounds

33

vs. Indiana

9/21

Total Rebounds

23 (2x)

vs. Connecticut

7/10

Total Rebounds

43

vs. Indiana

9/21

Assists

9 (2x)

at New York

7/13

Assists

29 (2x)

at Atlanta

9/9

Steals

4

at New York

9/12

Steals

16

vs. Tulsa

5/26

Blocked Shots

0 (3x)

at Connecticut

7/11

Blocked Shots

8

vs. Connecticut

9/4

Turnovers

10 (2x)

vs. Connecticut

7/10

Turnovers

22 (2x)

vs. Chicago

8/19

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2012 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS & LOWS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Mystics Individual Highs: Points 25 Crystal Langhorne Minutes 43:06 Crystal Langhorne Field Goals Made 10 (4x) Crystal Langhorne (4x) Field Goals Attempted 17 (2x) Monique Currie Noelle Quinn 3-Point Field Goals Made 4 Matee Ajavon 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 8 (2x) Jasmine Thomas Matee Ajavon Free Throws Made 9 Monique Currie Free Throws Attempted 12 Monique Currie Rebounds 13 (2x) Ashley Robinson Crystal Langhorne Assists 8 (2x) Jasmine Thomas Shannon Bobbitt Steals 7 Matee Ajavon Turnovers 7 Matee Ajavon Blocked Shots 5 Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton

at Connecticut 6/3 vs. Chicago 8/19 vs. Connecticut 9/4 at New York 7/13 at Connecticut 6/3 vs. New York 6/8 vs. Indiana 9/21 vs. Phoenix 7/1 vs. Atlanta 8/24 vs. Indiana 9/21 vs. New York 6/8 at New York 9/12 vs. Atlanta 9/14 at Atlanta 9/9 vs. Indiana 6/15 vs. Chicago 8/19 vs. Seattle 6/26 vs. Minnesota 5/30 vs. Chicago 8/19 vs. New York 9/16

Opponent Individual Highs: Points 31 Epiphanny Prince Minutes 40:00 (2x) Jeanette Pohlen DeWanna Bonner Field Goals Made 13 Tina Charles Field Goals Attempted 23 Cappie Pondexter 3-Point Field Goals Made 6 Epiphanny Prince 3-point Field Goals Attempted 8 (3x) Cathrine Kraayeveld Epiphanny Prince Charde Houston Free Throws Made 10 Cappie Pondexter Free Throws Attempted 10 (7x) Epiphanny Prince Jessica Davenport Cappie Pondexter Epiphanny Prince Glory Johnson Camille Little Sylvia Fowles Rebounds 16 (2x) Sylvia Fowles (2x) Assists 9 (2x) Lindsey Harding Lindsay Whalen Steals 5 Alana Beard Turnovers 7 Sancho Lyttle Blocked Shots 4 (3x) Kelsey Griffin Tina Charles Sylvia Fowles

at Chicago 6/1 vs. Indiana 9/21 at Phoenix 6/20 at Connecticut 6/3 at New York 7/13 at Chicago 6/1 at Atlanta 9/9 vs. Chicago 8/19 vs. Phoenix 7/1 vs. New York 9/16 at Chicago 9/22 vs. Indiana 9/21 vs. New York 9/16 vs. Chicago 8/19 at Tulsa 7/8 vs. Seattle 6/26 at Chicago 6/1 vs. Chicago 8/19 at Chicago 6/1 at Atlanta 9/9 at Minnesota 8/17 at Los Angeles 6/18 vs. Atlanta 8/24 vs. Connecticut 9/4 vs. Connecticut 6/29 at Chicago 6/1

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TEAM NOTES WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Mystics Celebrate 15th Anniversary Season: The Washington Mystics commemorated their 15th anniversary season in 2012 by unveiling a series of fan initiatives throughout the year. The metropolitan area’s most successful female sports team was introduced to the Washington D.C. sport landscape in 1997 before tipping off their inaugural home game on June 19, 1998, against the Utah Starzz.

All-Time Mystics Team: The highlight of the 15th anniversary season consisted of a digital campaign that allowed fans to vote for the All-Time Mystics Team. Online voting started on May 19 with the all-time team being unveiled individually during the Olympic break (Jul. 14-Aug. 12). The entire team was honored on August 19 during the halftime of a thrilling overtime win over the Chicago Sky 75-71. All-Star forward Crystal Langhorne was announced on July 16 as the first player named to the Washington Mystics All-Time team. Following Langhorne were former Mystics players Murriel Page, Vicky Bullett, Nikki McCray and Chamique Holdsclaw.

Inova Health System Marquee Partnership Continues: On April 19, 2012, the Washington Mystics announced that the team will continue their marquee partnership with Inova for a second consecutive year. Mystics players will again wear Inova’s name and logo on the front of their home and away jerseys, shooting shirts and community apparel during the upcoming 2013 WNBA season. Mystics have raised over $180,000 for breast cancer initiatives over the past four seasons.

2012 Season Windup: The Mystics ended the 2012 season 5-29, going 4-13 at home and 1-16 on the road. The team went 3-19 against Eastern Conference opponents, including a 75-71 overtime victory over the Chicago Sky on August 19 at home. The Mystics’ other two wins against Eastern Conference teams came against the Indiana Fever at home in a 67-66 victory on June 15 and against the New York Liberty on the road 70-53 on July 13, the Mystics one road victory of the season and the first time the Mystics’ won on the road in the regular season versus the Liberty since August 16, 2009.

Mystics Milestones: Forward, Crystal Langhorne reached her 2,000th career point in the Mystics matchup against the Minnesota Lynx on August 17. Langhorne scored 12 points total during the contest. Forward Monique Currie scored her 2,000th career point with 23.9 seconds remaining in the second quarter in the Mystics’ loss to the Seattle Storm on June 26. Langhorne collected her 1,000th career rebound against the Connecticut Sun on June 3, pulling five total in the contest. Center

Michelle Snow reached her 3,000th career point with 3:24 remaining in the fourth quarter of the Mystics’ 77-79 loss to the Minnesota Lynx on May 30.

Season’s Best: The Mystics scored season highs in their win over the Phoenix Mercury on July 1, posting their highest scoring game of the season with a 90-77 victory. The Mystics scored a season high 27 points in the first quarter, holding the Mercury to 18 points in the first. The Mystics also scored a season high 50 points in the first half. Washington connected on 32 field goals, also a season high, and shot 22-for-31 from the free throw line.

Overtime Thriller: The Mystics defeated the Chicago Sky on August 19 in their first home game at Verizon Center after the Olympic break, defeating the Sky in a 75-71 overtime win. Guard Matee Ajavon and forward Crystal Langhorne led the pack with 22 and 18 points respectively. Ajavon and Langhorne combined for 18 of the team’s 28 first half points. The Mystics outscored the Sky 16-6 in the second quarter, leading the Sky 28-25 at halftime. Ajavon, who led all scorers with 22 points, shot 7-for-12 from the field, 6-for-8 from the free throw line and 2-for-4 from three point range. Ajavon hit a clutch three-pointer with 1.7 seconds remaining in the game, tying it up at 62 which forced the overtime. Langhorne played a game-high 43:06 minutes and shot 8-for-14 from the field. Guard Jasmine Thomas dished out a career high eight assists with five coming in the third quarter alone. Thomas scored eight points including a clutch three-pointer with 16 seconds left in overtime, regaining the lead at 73-71. Forward Monique Currie scored 10 points, connecting on two key free throws which clinched the overtime win.

Double Trouble: Center Ashley Robinson posted her first double-double of the season in a loss to the New York Liberty on September 16. Robinson led the team with 10 rebounds and scored 10 points, shooting 5-for-8 from the field. Forward Crystal Langhorne posted her fourth double-double of the season in a loss to the Atlanta Dream on August 24. Langhorne scored 17 points along with a game-high 10 rebounds. Langhorne’s third double-double of the season came in a loss to the Seattle Storm on June 26. Langhorne scored a team-high 20 points along with 10 rebounds in the contest. Langhorne posted her second double-double of the season with a game-high 22 points and 13 rebounds in a victory over the Indiana Fever on June 15. Her first double-double of the season came over the Tulsa Shock on May 26 where she scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Mystics win. Last season Langhorne finished sixth in the league in rebounds per game (7.6), led the team in rebounds in 15 games, posted seven 10+ rebound games and collected seven double-doubles during the season. Center

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TEAM NOTES WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Michelle Snow posted her first double-double of the season against the New York Liberty on June 8 where she scored 10 points and led the team with 12 rebounds in her first start of the season. Snow’s second double-double this season came in a loss to the Connecticut Sun on July 10 where she scored 10 points along with 11 rebounds.

Rookie Power: Rookie guard Natalie Novosel posted career highs in several categories in the Mystics win over the Phoenix Mercury on July 1. Novosel played a caree- high 22 minutes, scoring a career-high 12 points in the win. The rookie out of Notre Dame connected on 5-for-7 from the free throw line and grabbed a career-high six rebounds along with a game-high four steals.

Perfect from the Line: Guard Matee Ajavon shot a perfect 8-for-8 from the charity stripe in the Mystics’ matchup against the Atlanta Dream on September 14. Ajavon led the team and ranked 17th in the league in free throw shooting, connecting on 67-for-81 from the free throw line (.827). In 2011, Ajavon averaged her highest free throw percentage, .829, connecting on 116-for-140 from the charity stripe.

Ajavon for Three: In the Mystics’ loss to the Atlanta Dream on August 24, guard Matee Ajavon had a stellar performance from behind the arc. Ajavon scored 16 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter, shooting 5-for-9 from the field, 2-for-2 from the free throw line, and a commanding 4-for-6 from threepoint range in the final period. Ajavon’s surge brought the Mystics within eight points down the stretch. Ajavon set a new career high with four made three-point shots.

Michelle Snow Joins Mystics: On February 9, 2012, the Washington Mystics signed free agent center Michelle Snow. A 10-year veteran, Snow averaged 9.0 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.0 blocks in 334 career games with the Houston Comets, Atlanta Dream, San Antonio Silver Stars and most recently, the Chicago Sky. Last season, Snow averaged 5.9 points per game and 5.4 rebounds per game in her first year with the team.

In 2012 the Mystics were... 2-16

WHEN SCORING LESS THAN 70 POINTS…

2-9

WHEN SCORING MORE THAN 70 POINTS…

4-19

WHEN SHOOTING 40%+

2-16

WHEN COMMITTING LESS THAN 17 TURNOVERS

5-6

WHEN UP AT HALFTIME

0-23

WHEN DOWN AT HALFTIME

2-26

WHEN ALLOWING 70+ POINTS

3-3

WHEN ALLOWING LESS THAN 70 POINTS

2-18

WHEN BEING OUT-REBOUNDED

3-11

WHEN OUT-REBOUNDING OPPONENT

0-0

WHEN EQUAL REBOUNDS

3-5

IN GAMES DECIDED BY LESS THAN 6 POINTS

0-0

WHEN TIED AT THE HALF

0-26

WHEN ALLOWING 40%+ SHOOTING

1-0

IN OVERTIME

1-4

WHEN FOUR PLAYERS SCORE IN DOUBLE-FIGURES

0-1

WHEN FIVE PLAYERS SCORE IN DOUBLE FIGURES

The Washington Mystics Record:

Career High Night: Guard Matee Ajavon had another stellar performance in her second game of the season, scoring a game-high 20 points from off the bench in a loss to the Minnesota Lynx on May 30. Ajavon shot 8-for13 from the field and 2-for-5 from three-point range in 28 minutes of play. Ajavon collected a career high seven steals with four coming in the third quarter. Last season Ajavon ranked seventh in the league in steals, averaging 1.68 steals per game. Her previous career high was five steals against the Phoenix Mercury on July 15, 2011.

On Sunday 2-5 On Monday 0-1 On Tuesday 0-5 On Wednesday 0-4 On Thursday 0-2 On Friday 2-9 On Saturday 1-3

In May 1-2 In June 1-8 In July 2-4 In August 1-6 In September 0-9

Home Openers: The Mystics are now 8-7 in regular season home openers, dropping their opener for the second consecutive season against the Chicago Sky in front of a crowd of 11,415 at the Verizon Center. The Mystics were within three points, 42-45, at the start of the fourth quarter, outscoring the Sky 17-7 in the third quarter. However, the Sky then outscored the Mystics 24-15 in the fourth quarter and went on to win 69-57. After falling to the Chicago Sky on June 11, 2011, the Mystics ended their three consecutive home opener winning streak in front of a crowd of 11,943 at the Verizon Center.

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TEAM NOTES WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Mystics Record: Player

10+ pts

20+ pts

Ajavon

7

3

Bobbitt

1

30 + pts

10+ Rebs

20+ Rebs

Team Leader – Pts

Team Leader – Assts

4

10

Team Leader –Rebs

DoubleDouble

Tripledouble

9

Castro Marques Currie

20

5

Langhorne

17

8

Novosel

1

Quinn

9

Robinson

1

4

12

6

2

14

3

13

4

2 2 2 1

3

3

1

1

6

1

12

2

Snow

7

Thomas

10

2 2

9

Wisdom-Hylton

4

1

2

2

2012 Regular Season Lineups: Natasha Lacy, Noelle Quinn, Ashley Robinson, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 0-1 Dominique Canty, Noelle Quinn, Ashley Robinson, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 1-3 Dominique Canty, Noelle Quinn, Michelle Snow, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 0-1 Jasmine Thomas, Matee Ajavon, Michelle Snow, Crystal Langhorne, Noelle Quinn: 1-4 Shannon Bobbitt, Matee Ajavon, Michelle Snow, Crystal Langhorne, Noelle Quinn: 0-1 Shannon Bobbitt, Matee Ajavon, Michelle Snow, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 1-3 Jasmine Thomas, Matee Ajavon, Michelle Snow, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 2-6 Jasmine Thomas, Noelle Quinn, Michelle Snow, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 0-1 Jasmine Thomas, Noelle Quinn, Ashley Robinson, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 0-5 Jasmine Thomas, Matee Ajavon, Ashley Robinson, Crystal Langhorne, Monique Currie: 0-1 Jasmine Thomas, Matee Ajavon, Ashley Robinson, Michelle Snow, Monique Currie: 0-1 Jasmine Thomas, Matee Ajavon, Ashley Robinson, Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton, Monique Currie: 0-2

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WNBA TEAM STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE OPPONENTS’ STATISTICS (PER GAME) / TEAMS’ STATISTICS / INCLUDES GAMES OF SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 ---TEAM Minn. L.A. S.A. Conn. Atl. Ind. Tulsa Chi. Phoe. N.Y. Sea. Wash.

G 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

FIELD GOALS 3-PT. F.G.’S MADE ATT. PCT. MADE ATT. PCT. 1100 2326 .473 226 565 .400 1059 2312 .458 194 540 .359 1024 2301 .445 253 675 .375 1013 2350 .431 199 559 .356 1004 2314 .434 144 487 .296 930 2226 .418 270 675 .400 932 2302 .405 271 714 .380 957 2221 .431 209 615 .340 920 2395 .384 193 655 .295 968 2280 .425 204 575 .355 870 2006 .434 238 679 .351 882 2140 .412 144 478 .301

FREE THROWS MADE ATT. PCT. 497 658 .755 545 687 .793 489 631 .775 549 664 .827 520 704 .739 533 655 .814 491 677 .725 435 596 .730 500 657 .761 344 455 .756 444 591 .751 423 588 .719

-- REBOUNDS -OFF. DEF. TOT. 380 905 1285 382 872 1254 325 803 1128 351 819 1170 348 835 1183 338 757 1095 331 671 1002 364 824 1188 417 855 1272 341 794 1135 228 855 1083 340 721 1061

----- MISCELLANEOUS -----AST PF DQ STL TO BLK 706 602 4 260 517 159 604 621 6 303 550 179 642 531 1 302 444 116 580 540 1 271 493 107 613 589 4 333 559 159 563 570 1 324 464 146 521 649 2 329 501 94 553 664 4 297 605 129 465 696 5 243 561 129 532 574 1 252 555 142 577 602 2 205 578 101 530 628 2 293 571 118

SCORING PTS AVG. 2923 86.0 2857 84.0 2790 82.1 2774 81.6 2672 78.6 2663 78.3 2626 77.2 2558 75.2 2533 74.5 2484 73.1 2422 71.2 2331 68.6

OPPONENTS’ STATISTICS / INCLUDES GAMES OF SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 ---TEAM Sea. Ind. Chi. Atl. Minn. S.A. N.Y. Conn. Wash. L.A. Tulsa Phoe.

FIELD GOALS 3-PT. F.G.’S MADE ATT. PCT. MADE ATT. PCT. 877 2244 .391 212 620 .342 925 2154 .429 178 537 .331 922 2147 .429 195 551 .354 947 2282 .415 205 571 .359 947 2327 .407 222 678 .327 978 2263 .432 236 615 .384 972 2264 .429 209 616 .339 1008 2344 .430 211 617 .342 981 2132 .460 170 462 .368 992 2385 .416 208 645 .322 1047 2197 .477 240 635 .378 1063 2434 .437 259 670 .387

AVG.’S 972 2264 .429 ---11659 ---27173

212 2545

601 .353 7217

FREE THROWS MADE ATT. PCT. 470 615 .764 431 576 .748 527 690 .764 477 616 .774 474 626 .757 424 545 .778 472 632 .747 404 542 .745 529 677 .781 469 641 .732 529 668 .792 564 735 .767

481 5770

630 .763 7563

-- REBOUNDS -OFF. DEF. TOT. 360 785 1145 356 813 1169 276 746 1022 343 831 1174 339 713 1052 340 847 1187 367 801 1168 348 853 1201 325 782 1107 382 759 1141 342 919 1261 367 862 1229

345

809 1155 9711 4145 13856

----- MISCELLANEOUS -----AST PF DQ STL TO BLK 511 592 2 307 462 123 485 644 4 242 592 168 570 571 4 301 538 154 573 654 5 313 600 123 530 656 4 267 493 105 565 609 5 240 532 118 567 515 0 295 491 127 593 635 2 283 545 110 602 542 1 301 530 128 589 606 2 302 536 104 668 651 3 265 624 154 633 591 1 296 455 165

574 6886

606 7266

3 33

284 3412

533 6398

132 1579

--- SCORING --PTS AVG. DIFF. 2436 71.6 -0.4 2459 72.3 +6.0 2566 75.5 -0.2 2576 75.8 +2.8 2590 76.2 +9.8 2616 76.9 +5.1 2625 77.2 -4.1 2631 77.4 +4.2 2661 78.3 -9.7 2661 78.3 +5.8 2863 84.2 -7.0 2949 86.7 -12.2

2636 31633

77.5

---

TEAMS’ STATISTICS (PER GAME) / INCLUDES GAMES OF SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 ---TEAM Atl. Chi. Conn. Ind. L.A. Minn. N.Y. Phoe. S.A. Sea. Tulsa Wash.

G 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

FIELD GOALS MADE ATT PCT 29.53 68.06 .434 28.15 65.32 .431 29.79 69.12 .431 27.35 65.47 .418 31.15 68.00 .458 32.35 68.41 .473 28.47 67.06 .425 27.06 70.44 .384 30.12 67.68 .445 25.59 59.00 .434 27.41 67.71 .405 25.94 62.94 .412

3-PT. F.G.’S MADE ATT PCT 4.24 14.32 .296 6.15 18.09 .340 5.85 16.44 .356 7.94 19.85 .400 5.71 15.88 .359 6.65 16.62 .400 6.00 16.91 .355 5.68 19.26 .295 7.44 19.85 .375 7.00 19.97 .351 7.97 21.00 .380 4.24 14.06 .301

FREE THROWS MADE ATT PCT 15.29 20.71 .739 12.79 17.53 .730 16.15 19.53 .827 15.68 19.26 .814 16.03 20.21 .793 14.62 19.35 .755 10.12 13.38 .756 14.71 19.32 .761 14.38 18.56 .775 13.06 17.38 .751 14.44 19.91 .725 12.44 17.29 .719

--- REBOUNDS ---OFF DEF TOT 10.24 24.56 34.79 10.71 24.24 34.94 10.32 24.09 34.41 9.94 22.26 32.21 11.24 25.65 36.88 11.18 26.62 37.79 10.03 23.35 33.38 12.26 25.15 37.41 9.56 23.62 33.18 6.71 25.15 31.85 9.74 19.74 29.47 10.00 21.21 31.21

---------- MISCELLANEOUS ---------AST PF DQ STL TO BLK 18.03 17.32 0.12 9.79 16.44 4.68 16.26 19.53 0.12 8.74 17.79 3.79 17.06 15.88 0.03 7.97 14.50 3.15 16.56 16.76 0.03 9.53 13.65 4.29 17.76 18.26 0.18 8.91 16.18 5.26 20.76 17.71 0.12 7.65 15.21 4.68 15.65 16.88 0.03 7.41 16.32 4.18 13.68 20.47 0.15 7.15 16.50 3.79 18.88 15.62 0.03 8.88 13.06 3.41 16.97 17.71 0.06 6.03 17.00 2.97 15.32 19.09 0.06 9.68 14.74 2.76 15.59 18.47 0.06 8.62 16.79 3.47

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PTS 78.6 75.2 81.6 78.3 84.0 86.0 73.1 74.5 82.1 71.2 77.2 68.6


WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE OPPONENTS’ STATISTICS (PER GAME) / INCLUDES GAMES OF SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 ---TEAM Atl. Chi. Conn. Ind. L.A. Minn. N.Y. Phoe. S.A. Sea. Tulsa Wash.

G 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

ONE TEAM BOTH TEAMS

FIELD GOALS MADE ATT PCT 27.85 67.12 .415 27.12 63.15 .429 29.65 68.94 .430 27.21 63.35 .429 29.18 70.15 .416 27.85 68.44 .407 28.59 66.59 .429 31.26 71.59 .437 28.76 66.56 .432 25.79 66.00 .391 30.79 64.62 .477 28.85 62.71 .460

3-PT. F.G.’S MADE ATT PCT 6.03 16.79 .359 5.74 16.21 .354 6.21 18.15 .342 5.24 15.79 .331 6.12 18.97 .322 6.53 19.94 .327 6.15 18.12 .339 7.62 19.71 .387 6.94 18.09 .384 6.24 18.24 .342 7.06 18.68 .378 5.00 13.59 .368

FREE THROWS MADE ATT PCT 14.03 18.12 .774 15.50 20.29 .764 11.88 15.94 .745 12.68 16.94 .748 13.79 18.85 .732 13.94 18.41 .757 13.88 18.59 .747 16.59 21.62 .767 12.47 16.03 .778 13.82 18.09 .764 15.56 19.65 .792 15.56 19.91 .781

--- REBOUNDS ---OFF DEF TOT 10.09 24.44 34.53 8.12 21.94 30.06 10.24 25.09 35.32 10.47 23.91 34.38 11.24 22.32 33.56 9.97 20.97 30.94 10.79 23.56 34.35 10.79 25.35 36.15 10.00 24.91 34.91 10.59 23.09 33.68 10.06 27.03 37.09 9.56 23.00 32.56

---------- MISCELLANEOUS ---------AST PF DQ STL TO BLK 16.85 19.24 0.15 9.21 17.65 3.62 16.76 16.79 0.12 8.85 15.82 4.53 17.44 18.68 0.06 8.32 16.03 3.24 14.26 18.94 0.12 7.12 17.41 4.94 17.32 17.82 0.06 8.88 15.76 3.06 15.59 19.29 0.12 7.85 14.50 3.09 16.68 15.15 0.00 8.68 14.44 3.74 18.62 17.38 0.03 8.71 13.38 4.85 16.62 17.91 0.15 7.06 15.65 3.47 15.03 17.41 0.06 9.03 13.59 3.62 19.65 19.15 0.09 7.79 18.35 4.53 17.71 15.94 0.03 8.85 15.59 3.76

28.58 66.60 .429 6.24 17.69 .353 57.15 133.20 .429 12.48 35.38 .353

14.14 18.54 .763 28.28 37.07 .763

10.16 23.80 33.96 20.32 47.60 67.92

16.88 17.81 33.75 35.62

0.08 8.36 15.68 0.16 16.73 31.36

PTS 75.8 75.5 77.4 72.3 78.3 76.2 77.2 86.7 76.9 71.6 84.2 78.3

3.87 77.5 7.74 155.1

TEAMS’ STATISTICS, RANK WITHIN LEAGUE ---Points/game FG pct. FT pct. 3-pt FG pct. Off. Reb./gm Def. Reb./gm Rebounds/game Assists/game Steals/game Turnovers/gm Blocks/gm Pers.Fouls/gm DQ/game

ATL 5 4 9 11 6 5 5 3 1 8 2t 5 8t

CHI CT IND LA 8 4 6 2 7 6 9 2 10 1 2 3 9 6 1t 5 4 5 9 2 6 7 10 2 4 6 9 3 8 5 7 4 6 8 3 4 12 3 2 6 6t 10 4 1 11 2 3 8 8t 1t 1t 12

MIN NY 1 10 1 8 7 6 1t 7 3 7 1 9 1 7 1 9 9 10 5 7 2t 5 6t 4 8t 1t

PHO SA 9 3 12 3 5 4 12 4 1 11 3t 8 2 8 12 2 11 5 9 1 6t 9 12 1 11 1t

SEA 11 5 8 8 12 3t 10 6 12 11 11 6t 5t

TUL 7 11 11 3 10 12 12 11 2 4 12 10 5t

WAS 12 10 12 10 8 11 11 10 7 10 8 9 5t

ATL CHI CT IND LA MIN NY PHO SA SEA TUL 4 3 8 2 9t 5 7 12 6 1 11 3 7 8 6 4 2 5 10 9 1 12 9 6 2 4 1 5 3 8 10 7 12 8 7 6 3 1 2 4 12 11 5 10 6 1 7 8 12 3 10t 10t 4 9 5 8 2 10 7 3 1 6 11 9 5 12 8 1 10 7 4 2 6 11 9 5 12 7 6 9 1 8 3 5 11 4 2 12 12 8t 5 2 10 4 6 7 1 11 3 2 5 4 3 6 9 10 12 7 11 1 5t 9t 3 12 1 2 7 11 4 5t 9t 2 10 5 4 7 1 12 9 6 8 3 1t 3t 7t 3t 7t 3t 12 10t 1t 7t 6

WAS 9t 11 11 9 2 4 3 10 8t 8 8 11 10t

OPPONENTS’ STATISTICS, RANK WITHIN LEAGUE ---Points/game FG pct. FT pct. 3-pt FG pct. Off. Reb./gm Def. Reb./gm Rebounds/game Assists/game Steals/game Turnovers/gm Blocks/gm Pers.Fouls/gm DQ/game

COMBINATION TEAM/OPPONENT STATISTICS, RANK WITHIN LEAGUE Pts/game/diff. Off. Reb. Pct. Def. Reb. Pct. Total Reb. Pct.

6 7 3 5

7 3 1 1

5 9 6 6

2 8 11 10

3 2 8 3

1 1 2 2

9 6 10 8

12 4 7 4

4 10 5 9

8 12 4 11

10 11 12 12

11 5 9 7

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2012 PLAYOFF RESULTS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE East First Round (1) Connecticut 2, (4) New York 0 G 1: Connecticut 65, New York 60 G 2: Connecticut 75, New York 62 (2) Indiana 2, (3) Atlanta 1 G 1: Atlanta 75, Indiana 66 G 2: Indiana 103, Atlanta 88 G 3: Indiana 75, Atlanta 64

Eastern Conference Finals (2) Indiana 2, (1) Connecticut 1 G 1: Connecticut 76, Indiana 64 G 2: Indiana 78, Connecticut 76 G 3: Indiana 87, Connecticut 71

West First Round (1)Minnesota 2, (4) Seattle 1 G 1: Minnesota 78, Seattle 70 G 2: Seattle 86, Minnesota 79 G 3: Minnesota 73, Seattle 72 (2) Los Angeles Sparks 2, (4) San Antonio 0 G 1: Los Angeles 93, San Antonio 86 G 2: Los Angeles 101, San Antonio 94

Western Conference Finals (1)Minnesota 2, (2) Los Angeles 0 G 1: Minnesota 94, Los Angeles 77 G 2: Minnesota 80, Los Angeles 79

WNBA Championship Series (2) Indiana 3, (1) Minnesota 1 G 1: Indiana 76, Minnesota 70 G 2: Indiana 83, Minnesota 71 G 3: Indiana 76, Minnesota 59 G 4: Indiana 87, Minnesota 78

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2012 WNBA AWARDS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE All-WNBA First Team Player Team Position Tina Charles Connecticut Sun Center Tamika Catchings Indiana Fever Forward Candace Parker Los Angeles Sparks Forward Seimone Augustus Minnesota Lynx Forward Cappie Pondexter New York Guard

All-WNBA Second Team Player Team Position Maya Moore Minnesota Lynx Guard Sophia Young San Antonio Silver Stars Forward Sylvia Fowles Chicago Sky Center Kristi Tolliver Los Angeles Sparks Guard Lindsay Whalen Minnesota Lynx Guard

All-WNBA Defensive First Team

Player Team Position Tamika Catchings Indiana Fever Forward Sancho Lyttle Atlanta Dream Forward Sylvia Fowles Chicago Sky Center Alana Beard Los Angeles Sparks Guard Briann January Indiana Fever Guard

All-WNBA Second Defensive Team Player Team Position Tina Charles Connecticut Sun Center Candace Parker Los Angeles Sparks Forward Sophia Young San Antonio Silver Stars Forward Armintie Price Atlanta Dream Guard Danielle Robinson San Antonio Silver Stars Guard Most Valuable Player: Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award: WNBA Coach of the Year: WNBA Defensive Player of the Year: WNBA Rookie of the Year: WNBA Most Improved Player of the Year: Sixth Woman of the Year:

Tina Charles (Connecticut Sun) Kara Lawson (Connecticut Sun) Carol Ross (Los Angeles Sparks) Tamika Catchings (Indiana Fever) Nneka Ogwumike (Los Angeles Sparks) Kristi Tolliver (Los Angeles Sparks) Renee Montgomery (Connecticut Sun)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

MYSTICS RECORDS


MYSTICS RECORDS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE ALL-TIME RESULTS Year

May

June

July

1998

-----

1-7

1-11

1-9

------

3-27

1999

-----

2-7

4-10

6-3

------

12-20

2000

1-0

5-7

5-8

3-3

------

14-18

2001

0-1

3-8

5-7

2-6

------

10-22

2002

--

11-4

4-6

2-5

------

17-15

2003

1-1

1-8

3-10

4-6

------

9-25

2004

1-3

4-5

6-6

1-0

5-3

17-17

2005

1-2

7-5

4-5

4-6

------

16-18

2006

2-1

6-6

7-6

3-3

------

18-16

2007

0-4

5-6

5-5

6-3

-----

16-18

2008

2-3

3-6

3-7

0-2

0-6

10-24

2009

August September

Total

5-3

5-5

4-7

2-3

16-18

2010

4-3

6-2

4-5

8-2

-----

22-12

2011

--

2-5

1-9

2-10

1-4

6-28

2012

1-2

1-8

2-4

1-6

0-9

5-29

Total

13-20

63-87

60-104

47-72

8-25

191-307

.394

.420

.365

.394

.242

.384

Total %

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE SCORING Season Player

G PTS

AVG

1998 Nikki McCray 29 512 17.7 1999 Nikki McCray 32 561 15.5 2000 Chamique Holdsclaw 32 561 17.5 2001 Chamique Holdsclaw 29 486 16.8 2002 Chamique Holdsclaw 20 397 19.9 2003 Chamique Holdsclaw 27 554 2.5 2004 Chamique Holdsclaw 23 437 19.0 2005 Alana Beard 30 422 14.1 2006 Alana Beard 32 614 19.2 2007 Alana Beard 33 622 18.8 2008 Alana Beard 33 532 16.1 2009 Alana Beard 31 492 15.9 2010 Crystal Langhorne 34 555 16.3 2011 Crystal Langhorne 31 563 18.2 2012 Crystal Langhorne 31 456 14.7

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES Season Player 1998 Deborah Carter 1999 Nikki McCray 2000 Beth Cunningham Tausha Mills 2001 Helen Luz 2002 Tonya Washington 2003 Chamique Holdsclaw 2004 Kiesha Brown 2005 Mactabene Amachree Murriel Page 2006 Coco Miller 2007 Laurie Koehn Coco Miller 2008 Monique Currie 2009 Monique Currie 2010 Monique Currie 2011 Monique Currie 2012 Matee Ajavon

FTM FTA 21 129 16 16 22 11 140 21 2 8 26 2 16 109 102 150 16 67

26 160 19 19 25 13 155 24 2 8 29 2 16 126 127 171 16 81

PCT .808 .806 .842 .842 .880 .846 .903 .875 1.000 1.000 .897 1.000 1.000 .826 .803 .8777 1.000 .827

MINUTES Season Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Nikki McCray Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Vicky Bullett Vicky Bullett Coco Miller Alana Beard DeLisha Milton-Jones Chasity Melvin Alana Beard Alana Beard Lindsey Harding

G MIN 29 969 31 1061 32 1131 32 1073 32 953 33 1076 34 1025 33 1069 32 1,000 33 1169 33 1092 34 1194

AVG 33.4 34.2 35.3 33.5 29.7 32.6 30.1 32.4 31.3 35.4 33.1 35.1

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE 2010 2011 2012

Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne

34 31 31

1158 1063 999

34.1 34.3 32.2

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Season Player GFM

FOA PCT

1998 Alessandra Santos de Oliveria 63 122 .516 1999 Murriel Page 105 183 .574 2000 Murriel Page 131 222 .590 2001 Murriel Page 100 231 .433 2002 Chamique Holdsclaw 149 330 .452 2003 Murriel Page 83 220 .417 2004 Nakia Sanford 63 126 .500 2005 Chasity Melvin 150 305 .492 2006 Zane Teilane 14 26 .538 2007 Nakia Sanford 123 232 .530 2008 Crystal Langhorne 68 109 .624 2009 Crystal Langhorne 163 284 .574 2010 Crystal Langhorne 221 375 .589 2011 Crystal Langhorne 227 425 .534 2012 Crystal Langhorne 190 338 .562

ASSISTS Season Player

G

AST AVG

1998 Nikki McCray 29 90 3.1 1999 Andrea Nagy 32 146 4.6 2000 Andrea Nagy 23 118 5.1 2001 Annie Burgess 31 88 2.8 2002 Annie Burgess 26 93 4.8 2003 Stacey Dales-Schuman 34 114 3.4 2004 Alana Beard 34 91 2.7 2005 Temeka Johnson 34 177 5.2 2006 Nikki Teasley 34 183 5.4 2007 Nikki Teasley 33 109 3.3 2008 Alana Beard 33 55 1.6 2009 Alana Beard 31 72 2.3 2010 Monique Currie 34 49 1.4 2011 Matee Ajavon 34 57 1.6 2012 Jasmine Thomas 34 94 2.8

STEALS

Season Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Rita Williams Chamique Holdsclaw Vicky Bullett Vicky Bullett Vicky Bullett Coco Miller Alana Beard DeLisha Milton-Jones Alana Beard

G 30 31 32 32 32 33 34 33 32

STL AVG 63 37 64 53 54 39 69 57 59

2.1 1.2 2.0 1.7 8.5 1.2 2.0 1.7 1.8

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Monique Currie Matee Ajavon Matee Ajavon

33 33 31 34 34 33

64 55 72 49 57* 53

1.9 1.66 2.32 1.44 1.68 1.61

REBOUNDS Season Player

G

RBG AVG

1998 Murriel Page 30 208 6.9 1999 Chamique Holdsclaw 31 246 7.9 2000 Chamique Holdsclaw 32 240 7.5 2001 Chamique Holdsclaw 29 256 8.8 2002 Chamique Holdsclaw 20 232 11.6 2003 Chamique Holdsclaw 27 294 1.9 2004 Chamique Holdsclaw 23 191 8.3 2005 Chasity Melvin 34 199 5.8 2006 Chasity Melvin 34 224 6.6 2007 Nakia Sanford 34 242 7.1 2008 Nakia Sanford 34 193 5.7 2009 Crystal Langhorne 34 268 7.9 2010 Crystal Langhorne 34 330 9.7 2011 Crystal Langhorne 34 245 7.2 2012 Crystal Langhorne 31 194 6.3

BLOCKED SHOTS Season Player 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Laâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Shawn Brown Murriel Page Vicky Bullett Vicky Bullett Vicky Bullett Asjha Jones Alana Beard DeLisha Milton-Jones Chasity Melvin DeLisha Milton-Jones Taj McWilliams-Franklin Chasity Melvin Chasity Melvin Nicky Anosike Michelle Snow

G 22 32 32 32 32 34 34 33 34 34 26 34 34 24 32

PTS AVG 20 30 47 58 37 25 34 18 26 38 26 29 17 28 27

.91 .94 1.5 1.8 1.1 .7 1.0 .6 .4 1.1 .96 .85 .5 82 .84

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ALL-TIME HIGHS & LOWS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Top Margins of Victory

Opponents High Games

Mystics High Games Points Date

Opponent

Score

Points Date

Opponent

Score

Points Score

Opponent

Date

107

at Phoenix

107-104

110

Houston

110-65

35

95-60

New York

5/23/06

80-45

Cleveland

8/8/99

7/1/10

8/17/98

106

6/20/07

at Phoenix

106-101

106

6/20/07

at Phoenix

106-101

35

99

6/23/07

at Chicago

99-86

105

8/19/98

Charlotte

105-69

32

89-57

Seattle

7/20/08

98

6/09/11

at Atlanta

98-90

104

7/1/10

at Phoenix

107-104

26

92-66

Orlando

5/31/00

97

6/04/02

at Utah

97-89

101

6/18/12

at Los Angeles 101-70

25

78-53

Detroit

7/11/98

80-55

Detroit

6/19/00

96

8/04/00

Detroit

96-72

99

7/19/98

Utah

99-88

96

6/15/06

at Charlotte

96-77

99

8/5/06

at Sacramento

99-95 (2OT)

87-62

Tulsa

8/1/10

95

5/23/06

New York

95-60

93

6/3/08

at Phoenix

98-93

24

92-68

Detroit

6/3/06

96-72

Detroit

8/4/00

83-61

at New York

6/14/99

73-51

at Miami

6/8/00

95

8/5/06

at Sacramento

93-79

96

7/21/04

Los Angeles

96-76

24

95

6/11/10

at Chicago

95-78

96

7/19/06

Phoenix

83-96

22

95

6/27/10

Phoenix

95-85

95

5/25/04

Los Angeles

95-79

93

6/01/02

Orlando

93-82

97

7/09/03

Los Angeles

97-91

21

77-56

vs. Phoenix

6/21/05

82-62

at Phoenix

7/17/04

83-63

Tulsa

6/26/11

93

6/6/06

Houston

93-79

93

8/13/06

at New York

93-81

20

92

5/31/00

Orlando

92-66

92

7/29/03

Indiana

92-92

20

92

8/06/03

Detroit

92-81

89

6/04/02

Utah

89-97

92

6/3/06

Detroit

92-68

89

7/26/02

at Cleveland

89-78

Top Margins of Defeat

92

7/27/06

Chicago

92-74

89

6/4/11

at Connecticut

89-73

Points Score

Opponent

Date

90

7/1/12

Phoenix

90-77

89

6/21/11

Indiana

89-80

45

65-110

Houston

8/17/1998

43

45-88

at New York

8/13/1998

Opponents Low Game

37

99-62

Detroit

5/18/2008

Points Date

Score

37

93-56

Detroit

6/14/2003

Mystics Low Games Points Date

Opponent

Score

36

8/08/01

Miami

36-42

44

8/05/01

at Miami

44-52

45

8/13/98

at New York

45-88

45

8/21/99

Minnesota

45-48

45

7/06/02

Indiana

45-50

48

6/29/98

at Houston

48-73

48

8/01/03

at Connecticut

48-45

48

9/04/11

Connecticut

48-79

47

8/26/05

at Connecticut

47-81

42

9/04/04

at Indiana

69-42

Opponent

42

5/21/2005 Charlotte

60-42

36

69-105

Charlotte

8/19/1998

42

7/29/2001 Charlotte

55-42

34

47-81

at Connecticut

8/26/2005

36-42

31

70-41

at Charlotte

7/24/2004

101-70

at Los Angeles 6/18/2012

42

8/8/2001

Miami

45

8/8/1999

Cleveland

80-45

45

6/23/2002 Cleveland

63-45

30

56-86

at Charlotte

7/17/1998

48-45

29

59-70

Los Angeles

5/31/2008

50-48

29

59-88

at Phoenix

8/4/1998

96-67

at Connecticut

8/9/2009

54-81

Houston

6/7/2000

54-81

at Orlando

8/15/1999

69-42

at Indiana

9/4/2004

26

70-96

Minnesota

9/14/2008

26

57-83

at Charlotte

6/11/1998

25

63-88

at Houston

6/12/1999

52-77

Orlando

7/19/1999

45 48

8/1/2003 7/8/2008

at Connecticut Indiana

48

8/21/1999 Minnesota

48-48

29

48

7/13/2000 at Miami

60-48

27

48-73

at Houston

6/29/1998

23

68-91

at Seattle

8/11/2007

22

60-82

Connecticut

7/27/2008

22

82-60

at Sacramento

8/22/2009

22

95-73

at Atlanta

9/02/3011

21

56-77

at New York

7/17/2008

20

96-76

at Los Angeles 7/21/2004

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ALL-TIME MYTICS RECORDS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE TEAM OFFENSE SCORING Highest average, points per game, season 80.8 - 2006 (2747/34) 76.9 - 2010 (2615/34)

Largest deficit at halftime overcome to win game 22 at Los Angeles, July 17, 2011 (trailed 25-47; won 89-85 in OT) 16 - vs. Detroit, June 29, 2007 (trailed 24- 40; won 65-64)

Most points, second half 65 - at Phoenix, July 1, 2010 63 - vs. Utah, July 19, 1998

Lowest average, points per game, season 60.3 - 2001 (1928/32) 65.1 - 1998 (1954/30)

Fewest points, second half 15 - at Seattle, July 3, 2001 16 - vs. Miami, August 8, 2001

Most points, game 107 - at Phoenix, July 1, 2010 106 - at Phoenix, June 20, 2007

Fewest points, game 34 - at Cleveland, May 31, 2001 36 - vs. Miami, August 8, 2001

Largest margin of victory, game 35 - vs. Cleveland, August 8, 1999 (80-45) vs. New York, May 23, 2006 (95-60) 32 - vs. Seattle, July 20, 2008 (89-57)

Largest margin of defeat, game 45 - vs. Houston, August 17, 1998 (65-110) 43 - at New York, August 13, 1998 (45-88)

BY HALF Most points, first half 55 - vs. Houston, June 6, 2006 54 - at Atlanta, August 22, 2010

Fewest points, first half 13 - at Detroit, July 21, 2007 14 - vs. Cleveland, June 6, 2003 vs. Indiana, July 8, 2008

Largest lead at halftime 23 - vs. Seattle, July 20, 2008 (led 48-23; won 89-57) 19 - vs. Detroit, August 4, 2000 (led 45-26; won 96-72) vs. Tulsa, August 1, 2010 (led 44-25; won 87-62)

OVERTIME Most points, overtime period 19 - vs. New York, August 23, 2005 15 - vs. Indiana, June 18, 2005

Fewest points, overtime period 2 - at Seattle, July 3, 2001 3 - at Los Angeles, June 26, 2008

Largest margin of victory, overtime period 13 - vs. New York, August 23, 2005 (82-69) 10 - vs. Indiana, June 18, 2005 (88-78)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Highest field-goal percentage, season .462 - 2006 (1016/2199) .459 - 2000 (832/1813)

Lowest field-goal percentage, season .386 - 2001 (739/1915) .395 - 1998 (720/1821)

Highest field-goal percentage, game .617 - at Chicago, June 11, 2010 (37/60) .603 - vs. Indiana, June 7, 2002 (35/58)

FIELD GOALS Most field goals per game, season 29.9 - 2006 (1016/34) 27.8 - 2010 (946/34)

Fewest field goals per game, season 23.1 - 2001 (739/32) 23.7 - 1999 (759/32)

Most field goals, game 38 - vs. Orlando, May 31, 2000 vs. New York, May 23, 2006 at Phoenix, June 3, 2008 37 - at Chicago, June 23, 2007 vs. Seattle, July 24, 2007 (ot) at Chicago, June 11, 2010 vs. Phoenix, June 27, 2010

Fewest field goals, game 10 - vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 13 - at Cleveland, May 31, 2001

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Most field-goal attempts per game, season 64.9 - 2009 (2205/34) 64.7 - 2006 (2199/34)

Fewest field-goal attempts per game, season 56.1 - 1999 (1794/32) 56.7 - 2000 (1813/32)

Most field-goal attempts, game 84 - at Sacramento, June 25, 2002 (2 ot) 81 - vs. Atlanta, June 5, 2010 (ot) Regulation Game: 79 - at Detroit, August 25, 2003 vs. Phoenix, June 25, 2009

Fewest field-goal attempts, game 39 - at Cleveland, June 3, 2000 42 - at New York, August 17, 1999

Lowest field-goal percentage, game .196 - vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 (10/51) .245 - at Cleveland, May 31, 2001 (13/53)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE THREE-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Highest three-point field-goal percentage, season .371 - 2004 (105/283) .370 - 2002 (164/443)

Lowest three-point field-goal percentage, season .264 - 1998 (114/432) .280 - 2001 (117/418)

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Most three-point field goals per game, season 5.5 - 2006 (187/34) 5.3 - 2005 (181/34)

Fewest three-point field goals per game, season 3.09- 2004 (105/34) 3.13- 1999 (100/32)

Most three-point field goals, game 15 - vs. Los Angeles, May 26, 2005 13 - vs. Phoenix, June 13, 2007

Fewest three-point field goals, game 0 - at New York, August 13, 1998 at Charlotte, July 1, 2000 vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 vs. New York, June 13, 2004 at Sacramento, July 18, 2004 vs. Minnesota, July 23, 2004 at Connecticut, August 9, 2009 vs. Connecticut, August 14, 2009 (2 ot) at Sacramento, August 22, 2009 1 - Many times

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Most three-point field goal attempts per game, season 15.5 - 2007 (528/34) 15.4 - 2006 (522/34)

Fewest three-point field goal attempts per game, season 8.3 - 2004 (283/34) 10.5 - 2000 (335/32)

Most three-point field goal attempts, game 29 - vs. Los Angeles, July 14, 2001 vs. Los Angeles, May 26, 2005 27 - vs. Utah, July 19, 1998

Fewest three-point field goal attempts, game 2 - vs. Minnesota, July 23, 2004 3 - vs. Indiana, July 1, 2004 at Charlotte, July 10, 2004 at Charlotte, July 24, 2004

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Highest free-throw percentage, season .796 - 2007 (668/839) .775 - 2010 (563/726)

Lowest free-throw percentage, season .645 - 1998 (400/620) .660 - 2008 (435/659)

Fewest free throws made per game, season 10.4 - 2001 (333/32) 11.2 - 2003 (381/34)

Most free throws made, game 42 - at Minnesota, July 20, 2007 (ot) 36 - vs. Minnesota, July 10, 2007 (ot) Regulation game: 32 - at Houston, June 22, 2007

Fewest free throws made, game 0 - vs. Charlotte, July 7, 2003 at Detroit, August 25, 2003 2 - at Houston, June 27, 2001 vs. Connecticut, June 24, 2003

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Most free throw attempts per game, season 24.7 - 2007 (839/34) 24.3 - 2009 (827/34)

Fewest free throw attempts per game, season 14.91- 2003 (507/34) 14.94- 2002 (478/32)

Most free throw attempts, game Highest free-throw percentage, game 1.000 - Many times. Most recent: vs. Los Angeles, June 24, 2010 (12/12)

Lowest free-throw percentage, game .000 - at Detroit, August 25, 2003 (0/1) .300 - at Phoenix, June 3, 2008 (6/20)

FREE THROWS MADE Most free throws made per game, season 19.7 - 2007 (668/34) 17.1 - 2009 (580/34)

55 - at Minnesota, July 20, 2007 (ot) 42 at Atlanta, June 9, 2011 (ot) Regulation game: 41 - vs. Minnesota, July 10, 2007 (ot) Regulation game:

Fewest free throw attempts, game 0 - vs. Charlotte, July 7, 2003 1 - at Detroit, August 25, 2003

REBOUNDS Most rebounds per game, season 35.0 - 2009 (1191/34) 34.2 - 2010 (1162/34)

Fewest rebounds per game, season 27.7 - 2005 (943/34) 29.6 - 2000 (946/32)

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ALL-TIME MYTICS RECORDS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Most rebounds, game 51 - at Sacramento, June 25, 2002 (2 ot) 50 - at Seattle, July 3, 2001 (4 ot) Regulation game: 49 - at Phoenix, June 20, 2007

Fewest defensive rebounds per game, season 19.9 - 2005 (677/34) 20.0 - 1998 (599/30)

Most defensive rebounds, game Fewest rebounds, game 17 - at Cleveland, June 3, 2000 at Detroit, June 14, 2001 at Charlotte, July 24, 2004 18 - vs. Houston, July 26, 2005

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Most offensive rebounds per game, season 11.4 - 2009 (388/34) 11.2 - 2003 (382/34)

38 - at Phoenix, June 20, 2007 37 - at Detroit, July 10, 1999 (2 ot) vs. Minnesota, August 13, 2010

Fewest defensive rebounds, game 8 - at New York, August 13, 1998 10 - at Indiana, September 4, 2004

ASSISTS

38 - at Sacramento, August 5, 2006 (2 ot) 36 - at Los Angeles, August 3, 1998 at Minnesota, July 7, 2009 (ot)

Fewest personal fouls, game 9 - vs. Detroit, July 18, 2002 10 - vs. Cleveland, August 9, 2000 vs. Phoenix, July 9, 2002

DISQUALIFICATIONS Most disqualifications per game, season 0.44 - 2006 (15/34) 0.30 - 1998 (9/30)

Most assists per game, season 16.9 - 2006 (576/34) 16.7 - 2003 (568/34)

Fewest offensive rebounds per game, season 7.8 - 2005 (266/34) 9.4 - 2000 (300/32)

Fewest assists per game, season 13.2 - 1998 (397/30) 13.3 - 2001 (424/32)

Most offensive rebounds, game 24 - at Indiana, September 6, 2009 20 - at Orlando, June 19, 1999 at Minnesota, July 27, 2001 vs. Orlando, July 30, 2002

Most assists, game 29 - vs. Detroit, August 6, 2003 28 - vs. Orlando, May 31, 2000 at Charlotte, July 26, 2000

Fewest assists, game Fewest offensive rebounds, game 1 - at Cleveland, June 3, 2000 3 - at Orlando, August 15, 1999 vs. Houston, July 26, 2005 vs. San Antonio, July 28, 2005 at Detroit, August 21, 2005 vs. Indiana, June 27, 2006 vs. San Antonio, August 8, 2006 vs. Detroit, July 28, 2007

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Most defensive rebounds per game, season 24.2 - 2010 (821/34) 23.6 - 2009 (803/34)

Most personal fouls, game

5 - vs. Orlando, July 19, 1999 at Charlotte, July 26, 2001 at Miami, August 5, 2001 vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 at Minnesota, July 20, 2007 (ot) at Indiana, July 31, 2007 6 - at Sacramento, August 22, 2009

PERSONAL FOULS Most personal fouls per game, season 23.07- 1998 (692/30) 23.06- 2006 (784/34)

Fewest disqualifications per game, season 0.03 - 2004 (1/34) 0.06 - 2012 (2/34)

Most disqualifications, game 4 - at Sacramento, August 5, 2006 (2 ot) 3 - at Los Angeles, August 3, 1998

STEALS Most steals per game, season 9.2 - 2009 (314/34) 9.0 - 2006 (306/34)

Fewest steals per game, season 6.26- 2003 (213/34) 6.34- 1999 (203/32)

Most steals, game 21 - at Minnesota, July 20, 2007 (ot) 19 - vs. Cleveland, August 9, 2000 vs. Seattle, July 20, 2008

Fewest steals, game 1 - at Miami, July 13, 2000 2 - Many times

Fewest personal fouls per game, season 16.8 - 2001 (537/32) 18.2 - 2002 (583/32)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE BLOCKED SHOTS

TEAM DEFENSE

Most blocked shots per game, season

POINTS

4.0 - 2001 (127/32) 3.9 - 2000 (126/32)

Fewest blocked shots per game, season 2.2 - 2005 (76/34) 2.3 - 2010 (79/34)

Most blocked shots, game 10 vs. Detroit, July 28, 2004 vs. Detroit, July 7, 2005 9 vs. Sacramento, June 5, 2001 at Indiana, May 31, 2003 vs. Chicago, August 20, 2011 at New York, July 13, 2012 vs. New York, September 16, 2012

Fewest blocked shots, game 0 - Many times. Most recent: at Minnesota, August 30, 2011

TURNOVERS Most turnovers per game, season 20.8 - 1998 (625/30) 18.7 - 2008 (637/34)

Fewest turnovers per game, season 12.5 - 2004 (424/34) 12.8 - 2005 (435/34)

Most turnovers, game 33 at Houston, June 29, 1998 32 vs. Tulsa, May 26, 2012

Fewest turnovers, game 6 - at New York, July 8, 2004 7 - at Houston, June 27, 2001 vs. San Antonio, June 10, 2003 vs. Charlotte, July 15, 2004

Fewest points allowed per game, season 64.8 - 2001 (2075/32) 66.1 - 2002 (2116/32)

Most points allowed per game, season 80.5 - 1998 (2415/30) 78.2 - 2006 (2657/34)

Fewest points allowed, game 42 - vs. Charlotte, July 29, 2001 vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 at Charlotte, May 21, 2005 45 - vs. Cleveland, August 8, 1999 vs. Cleveland, June 23, 2002 at Connecticut, August 1, 2003

Fewest points allowed, first half 17 - vs. New York, July 5, 1998 vs. New York, August 11, 1999 vs. Los Angeles, August 14, 1999 18 - at Charlotte, May 21, 2005

Fewest points allowed, second half 18 - vs. Charlotte, July 29, 2001 vs. Minnesota, August 13, 2010 19 - vs. Minnesota, August 21, 1999 vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 vs. Charlotte, June 30, 2002 vs. Indiana, July 8, 2008 vs. Chicago, July 18, 2010

Fewest points allowed, overtime period 0 - at Los Angeles, June 26, 2008 2 - at Seattle, July 3, 2001

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Lowest opponents’ field-goal percentage, season

Highest opponents’ field-goal percentage, season .468 - 1998 (876/1870) .451 - 2000 (845/1875)

Lowest opponents’ field goal percentage, game .238 - at Connecticut, August 1, 2003 (15/63) .250 - vs. New York, August 11, 1999 (ot) (16/64)

TURNOVERS Most opponents’ turnovers per game, season 17.033- 1998 (511/30) 17.029- 2007 (579/34)

Fewest opponents’ turnovers per game, season 13.6 - 1999 (436/32) 13.8 - 2003 (468/34)

Most opponents’ turnovers, game 32 - at Minnesota, July 20, 2007 (ot) 30 - vs. New York, May 23, 2006

TEAM MISCELLANEOUS GAME WON AND LOST Highest winning percentage, season .647 - 2010 (22-12) .531 - 2002 (17-15)

Lowest winning percentage, season .100 - 1998 (3-27) .147 - 2012 (5-29)

Most consecutive games won 6 - August 2-14, 1999 June 4-18, 2002 August 10-22, 2010 (current) 5 - September 7-17, 2004

.407 - 2001 (791/1945) .413 - 2002 (786/1903)

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ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Most consecutive games won, one season 6 - August 2-14, 1999 June 4-18, 2002 August 10-22, 2010 5 - September 7-17, 2004

Most consecutive game lost 13 August 21-September 22, 2012 (current) 11 July 13-August 7, 1998 June 13-July 9, 2003

Most consecutive game lost, one season 13 August 21-September 22, 2012 (current) 11 July 13-August 7, 1998 June 13-July 9, 2003

Highest winning percentage, home games, season .765 - 2006, 2010 (13-4) .647 - 2004, 2009 (11-6)

Lowest winning percentage, home games, season .000 .118

1998 (0-15) 2011 (2-15)

August 1-14, 2003 June 24-July 13, 2005 June 13-26, 2008

Most consecutive road games lost 16 June 11, 1998-June 12, 1999 9 July 29, 2005-June 11, 2006 August 16-September 22, 2012 (current)

OVERTIME GAMES Most overtime games, season 4 - 2007 3 - 2005, 2011

Most consecutive overtime games, season 1 - Many times

Most overtime games won, season 3 - 2005, 2007 2 - 1999, 2011

Most overtime games won, no losses, season 3 - 2005 2 - 1999

Most consecutive home games won 9 - August 12, 2001-July 9, 2002 August 23, 2005-June 25, 2006 6 - June 13-July 23, 2004

Most consecutive home games lost 8 - August 12, 1998-July 2, 1999 August 9, 2003-June 11, 2004 7 - July 20, 2002-June 6, 2003

Highest winning percentage, road games, season .529 - 2010 (9-8) .500 - 2002 (8-8)

Lowest winning percentage, road games, season .000 - 1998 (0-15) .059 - 2012 (1-16)

Most consecutive overtime games won 4 - July 10, 1999-June 25, 2002 September 7, 2004-August 23, 2005 3 - July 10-24, 2007 June 19-July 17, 2011

4 - June 23-July 20, 2007 3 - June 24-July 3, 2000

4 - at Seattle, July 3, 2001 2 - Many times

SEASONS Most Seasons 8 - Coco Miller Murriel Page Nakia Sanford 6 - Alana Beard Monique Currie Chamique Holdsclaw Chasity Melvin

GAMES Most games, career 259 - Murriel Page 250 - Coco Miller 245 - Nakia Sanford

Most consecutive games, career 192 - Murriel Page, June 11, 1998-August 25, 2003 172 - Nakia Sanford, August 26, 2005-August 22, 2010 (current) 133 - Monique Currie, May 30, 2007-August 22, 2010 (current)

Most games, season 34 - By Many

MINUTES

Most overtime games lost, season 2 - 2003 1 - 1998, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010

Most overtime games lost, no wins, season 2 - 2003 1 - 1998, 2006

Most consecutive overtime games lost 3 - July 29, 2003-July 17, 2004

Most consecutive road games won

Most overtime periods, game

Most minutes, career 6,904 - Murriel Page 6,287 - Alana Beard 5,550 - Chamique Holdsclaw

Highest average, minutes per game, career (Minimum 100 games) 34.3 - Chamique Holdsclaw (5550/162) 32.6 - Alana Beard (6287/193) 31.1 - Nikki McCray (3886/125)

Most minutes, season 1,194 - Lindsey Harding, 2009 1,169 - Alana Beard, 2007 1,158 - Crystal Langhorne, 2010

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Highest average, minutes per game, season

35.4 - Alana Beard, 2007 (1169/33) 35.3 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2000 (1131/32) 35.1 - Lindsey Harding, 2009 (1194/34)

Most minutes, game 55 - Vicky Bullett, at Seattle, July 3, 2001 (4 ot) 54 - Audrey Sauret, at Seattle, July 3, 2001 (4 ot) Chamique Holdsclaw, at Seattle, July 3, 2001 (4 ot) 49 - Nikki McCray, at Seattle, July 3, 2001 (4 ot)

SCORING Most points, lifetime 3,128 - Alana Beard 2,960 - Chamique Holdsclaw 2,146 - Crystal Langhorne

Highest average, points per game, career (Minimum 100 games) 18.3 - Chamique Holdsclaw (2960/162) 16.2 - Alana Beard (3128/193) 15.4 - Nikki McCray (1921/125)

Most points, season 622 614 563

Alana Beard, 2007 Alana Beard, 2006 Crystal Langhorne, 2011

Highest average, points per game, season 20.5 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003 (554/27) 19.9 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2002 (397/20) 19.2 - Alana Beard, 2006 (614/32)

Most points, game 34 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 24, 2003 33 Alana Beard, at Phoenix, June 3, 2008 Lindsey Harding, at Indiana, July 30, 2010 32 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Seattle, July 27, 2002

Matee Ajavon, at Chicago, September 4, 2009 Matee Ajavon, vs. New York, August 6, 2011

Most games, 30 or more points, career 4 - Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw 1 - By many

Most games, 20 or more points, career 68 - Chamique Holdsclaw 58 - Alana Beard 35 - Nikki McCray

Most consecutive games, 20 or more points 7 - Chamique Holdsclaw, June 17-July 7, 2004 6 - Chamique Holdsclaw, July 9-24, 2003 Alana Beard, September 7-19, 2004 Alana Beard, August 1-13, 2006 5 - Nikki McCray, August 5-14, 1999

Most consecutive games, 10 or more points 42 Alana Beard, August 1, 2006-May 27, 2008 26 Crystal Langhorne, June 18-September 7, 2011 24 Chamique Holdsclaw, August 6, 2003-July 8, 2004

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Highest field goal percentage, career (Minimum 400 field goals) .568 - Crystal Langhorne (869/1531) .493 - Nakia Sanford (590/1196) .473 - Murriel Page (739/1562)

Highest field goal percentage, season (qualifiers) .590 - Murriel Page, 2000 (131/222) .589 - Crystal Langhorne, 2010 (221/375) .574 - Crystal Langhorne, 2009 (163/284)

Highest field goal percentage, game (Minimum 8 field goals made) 1.000 - Chasity Melvin, vs. Chicago, July 27, 2006 (8/8) .917 - Alana Beard, vs. New York, May 23, 2006 (11/12) .909 - Vicky Bullett, vs. Detroit, July 18, 2002 (10/11) Taj McWilliams-Franklin, vs. Sacramento, June 11, 2008 (10/11)

Most field goals, none missed, game 8 - Chasity Melvin, vs. Chicago, July 27, 2006 6 - Nakia Sanford, vs. New York, August 3, 2007 Michelle Snow, at Connecticut, July 11, 2012 5 - Murriel Page, vs. Utah, June 19, 1998 Murriel Page, at Miami, July 13, 2000 Stacey Dales-Schuman, at Indiana, August 12, 2003 Coco Miller, at San Antonio, September 15, 2004 Crystal Langhorne, vs. Connecticut, July 27, 2008 Nakia Sanford, at Connecticut, June 6, 2009

Most field goal attempts, none made, game 10 - Matee Ajavon, at Indiana, September 6, 2009 8 - Shalonda Enis, vs. Orlando, July 19, 1999 Coco Miller, at Sacramento, July 18, 2004 Coco Miller, vs. Sacramento, June 11, 2008 Lindsey Harding, vs. Atlanta, June 7, 2009 7 - Nikki McCray, vs. Miami, August 8, 2001 Stacey Dales-Schuman, at Indiana, September 4, 2004 Nikki Teasley, at New York, June 21, 2006 Coco Miller, at New York, July 17, 2008

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FIELD GOALS

539 - Alana Beard, 2007 499 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2000 480 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003

5

June 1, 2003 Alana Beard, at Indiana, July 28, 2009 Katie Smith, vs. Atlanta, June 5, 2010 (ot) Katie Smith, at Chicago, June 25, 2010 By many

Most field goal attempts, game

Most field goals, career 1,145 - Alana Beard 1,136 - Chamique Holdsclaw 869 - Crystal Langhorne

Most field goals, season 232 227 224

Most field goal attempts, season

Chamique Holdsclaw, 2000 Alana Beard, 2006 Crystal Langhorne, 2011 Alana Beard, 2007

Most field goals, game 13 - Alana Beard, vs. Seattle, July 23, 2006 Crystal Langhorne, vs. Phoenix, June 27, 2010 12 - Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Orlando, May 31, 2000 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 20, 2000 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. New York, June 10, 2001 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, June 7, 2002 Chasity Melvin, vs. New York, August 23, 2005 (ot) Alana Beard, at Connecticut, June 11, 2006 Alana Beard, at Phoenix, June 3, 2008 Taj McWilliams-Franklin, vs. Phoenix, June 24, 2008 Alana Beard, at New York, July 30, 2009 Crystal Langhorne, vs. Phoenix, August 28, 2011 11 - Many times

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Most field goal attempts, career 2,708 - Alana Beard 2,641 - Chamique Holdsclaw 1,587 - Nikki McCray

27 - Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Los Angeles, June 26, 2000 Chamique Holdsclaw, at Sacramento, June 25, 2002 (2 ot) 26 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at Charlotte, May 23, 2003 25 - Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Sacramento, June 5, 2001 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Seattle, July 27, 2002

THREE-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE Highest three-point field goal percentage, career (Minimum 100 three-point field goals) .377 .366 .361

Marissa Coleman (123/326) Monique Currie (116/317) Stacey Dales-Schuman (140/388)

Highest three-point field goal percentage, season (qualifiers) .467 - Laurie Koehn, 2005 (35/75) .446 - Monique Currie, 2010 (37/83) .441 - Kelly Miller, 2011 (49/111)

Most three-point field goals, none missed, game 4 - DeLisha Milton-Jones, at Seattle, July 13, 2005 Marissa Coleman, at Connecticut, June 6, 2009 3 - By many

Most three-point field goal attempts, none made, game 7 Matee Ajavon, vs. Minnesota, August 18, 2011 6 Penny Moore, vs. Sacramento, July 26, 1998 Stacey Dales-Schuman, at New York,

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS Most three-point field goals, career 220 - Alana Beard 141 - Nikki McCray 140 - Stacey Dales

Most three-point field goals, season 57 - Stacey Dales-Schuman, 2003 54 - Katie Smith, 2010 53 - Marissa Coleman, 2011

Most three-point field goals, game 6 Nikki McCray, vs. Orlando, May 31, 2000 Nikki McCray, at Cleveland, June 3, 2000 Nikki Teasley, vs. New York, June 17, 2006 Alana Beard, at Phoenix, June 3, 2008 5 Keri Chaconas, vs. Cleveland, July 1, 1998 Stacey Dales-Schuman, vs. Charlotte, July 17, 2003 Stacey Dales-Schuman, at Connecticut, June 20, 2004 Laurie Koehn, vs. Detroit, August 27, 2005 Katie Smith, vs. Indiana, June 29, 2010 Katie Smith, at Phoenix, July 1, 2010 Monique Currie, vs. Seattle, August 15, 2010 Marissa Coleman, vs. Atlanta, July 20, 2011 4 By many

Most consecutive games, threepoint field goals made 16 - Alana Beard, May 22-July 6, 2008 14 - Alana Beard, September 4, 2004-June 21, 2005 Crystal Robinson, June 17-July 21, 2006 Alana Beard, July 18-June 6, 2009 13 - Nikki McCray, August 5, 1999-June 8, 2000

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Most three-point field goal attempts, career 656 - Alana Beard 472 - Nikki McCray 388 - Stacey Dales

Most three-point field goal attempts, season 160 - Stacey Dales-Schuman, 2003 153 - Nikki McCray, 1999 151 - Nikki McCray, 2000 Nikki Teasley, 2006

Most three-point field goal attempts, game 18 Nakia Sanford, at Houston, June 22, 2007 Nicky Anosike, at Atlanta, June 9, (ot) 17 Chamique Holdsclaw, at New York, July 15, 2003 16 Nikki McCray, vs. Minnesota, July 29, 2000 Nikki McCray, vs. Seattle, June 3, 2001 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 1, 2004

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Highest free-throw percentage, career (Minimum 200 free throws) .820 - DeLisha Milton-Jones (228/278) .819 - Monique Currie (624/758) .779 - Chamique Holdsclaw (638/819)

Highest free-throw percentage, season (qualifiers) .903 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003 (140/155) .877 - Monique Currie, 2010 (150/171) .847 - Alana Beard, 2007 (127/155)

Most free throws made, none missed, game 13 - Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 24, 2003

11 - DeLisha Milton-Jones, vs. Charlotte, July 30, 2006 Alana Beard, at San Antonio, August 7, 2007 10 - Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Seattle, July 27, 2002 Chamique Holdsclaw, at New York, August 8, 2002 Chasity Melvin, at Charlotte, July 10, 2004 Alana Beard, vs. New York, June 17, 2006 Monique Currie, at Minnesota, May 16, 2010

Most free throw attempts, none made, game 7 - Nakia Sanford, vs. Atlanta, June 20, 2008 6 - Nakia Sanford, vs. Detroit, September 6, 2008 5 - Audrey Sauret, vs. Portland, August 3, 2001

FREE THROWS MADE Most free throws made, career 638 - Chamique Holdsclaw 621 - Monique Currie 618 - Alana Beard

Most free throws made, season 150 - Monique Currie, 2010 140 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003 129 - Nikki McCray, 1999 Nakia Sanford, 2007

Most free throws made, game 15 - Nakia Sanford, at Houston, June 22, 2007 13 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at New York, July 15, 2003 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 24, 2003 Chamique Holdsclaw, at Detroit, June 22, 2004 Monique Currie, vs. Phoenix, June 13, 2007 Monique Currie, at Connecticut,

September 13, 2008 12 - Nikki McCray, vs. Minnesota, July 29, 2000 Chamique Holdsclaw, at Connecticut, June 20, 2004

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Most free throw attempts, career 819 - Chamique Holdsclaw 813 - Alana Beard 777 - Nakia Sanford

Most free throw attempts, season 194 - Nakia Sanford, 2007 171 - Monique Currie, 2010 164 - Monique Currie, 2012

Most free throw attempts, game 18 - Nakia Sanford, at Houston, June 22, 2007 17 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at New York, July 15, 2003 16 - Nikki McCray, vs. Minnesota, July 29, 2000 Nikki McCray, vs. Seattle, June 3, 2001 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 1, 2004

REBOUNDS Most rebounds, career 1,459 - Chamique Holdsclaw 1,336 - Murriel Page 1,153 - Nakia Sanford

Highest average, rebounds per game, career (Minimum 100 games) 9.0 - Chamique Holdsclaw (1459/162) 7.1 - Crystal Langhorne (1163/164) 5.2 - Murriel Page (1336/259)

Most rebounds, season 330 - Crystal Langhorne, 2010 294 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003 268 - Crystal Langhorne, 2009

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ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Highest average, rebounds per game, season (qualifiers) 11.6 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2002 (232/20) 10.9 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003 (294/27) 9.7 - Crystal Langhorne, 2010 (330/34)

Most rebounds, game 24 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at Charlotte, May 23, 2003 21 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at Sacramento, June 25, 2002 (2 ot) 18 - Alessandra Santos de Oliveira, at Utah, June 13, 1998

Most games, 10+ rebounds, career 65 - Chamique Holdsclaw 41 - Crystal Langhorne 18 - Murriel Page

Most consecutive games, 10+ rebounds 5 - Chamique Holdsclaw, June 9-19, 2002 Chamique Holdsclaw, July 27-August 9, 2003 Crystal Langhorne, June 19-29, 2010 3 - Many times

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Most offensive rebounds, career 480 - Murriel Page 430 - Nakia Sanford 423 - Crystal Langhorne

Highest average, offensive rebounds per game, career (Minimum 100 games) 2.6 - Crystal Langhorne (423/164) 2.4 - Chamique Holdsclaw (380/162) 2.2 - Chasity Melvin (385/173)

Most offensive rebounds, season 101 - Crystal Robinson, 2009 100 - Nakia Sanford, 2007 98 - Crystal Langhorne, 2010

Most offensive rebounds, game 9 - Tausha Mills, at Sacramento, July 8, 2000 Latasha Byears, vs. Minnesota, May 27, 2006 Taj McWilliams-Franklin, at New York, May 22, 2008 8 - Alessandra Santos de Oliveira, at Houston, July 13, 1998 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Cleveland, August 12, 2001 Chasity Melvin, vs. New York, August 23, 2005 (ot) Nakia Sanford, at Sacramento, August 12, 2007 (ot) 7 - many times

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Most defensive rebounds, career 1,079 - Chamique Holdsclaw 856 - Murriel Page 740 - Crystal Langhorne

Highest average, defensive rebounds per game, career (Minimum 100 games) 6.7 - Chamique Holdsclaw (1079/162) 5.4 - Crystal Langhorne (740/164) 3.5 - Alana Beard (678/193)

Most defensive rebounds, season 232 - Crystal Langhorne, 2010 222 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2003 184 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 2001

Most defensive rebounds, game 17 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at Charlotte, May 23, 2003 14 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at Sacramento, June 25, 2002 (2 ot) Chamique Holdsclaw, at Los Angeles, July 22, 2003 13 - Chamique Holdsclaw, at Detroit, July 10, 1999 (2 ot) Chamique Holdsclaw, at Los Angeles, June 27, 2002 Chamique Holdsclaw, at Cleveland, August 11, 2002

ASSISTS Most assists, career 563 - Alana Beard 410 - Chamique Holdsclaw 394 - Coco Miller

Highest average, assists per game, career (Minimum 100 games) 2.9 - Alana Beard (563/193) 2.5 - Chamique Holdsclaw (410/162) 2.4 - Nikki McCray (300/125)

Most assists, season 183 - Nikki Teasley, 2006 177 - Temeka Johnson, 2005 154 - Lindsey Harding, 2009

Highest average, assists per game, season (qualifiers) 5.4 - Nikki Teasley, 2006 (183/34) 5.2 - Temeka Johnson, 2005 (177/34) 5.1 - Andrea Nagy, 2000 (118/23)

Most assists, game 12 - Andrea Nagy, vs. Charlotte, June 10, 1999 11 - Andrea Nagy, at Cleveland, August 7, 1999 Keisha Anderson, at Charlotte, July 26, 2000 Annie Burgess, at Connecticut, June 13, 2003 Temeka Johnson, vs. New York, June 1, 2005 Nikki Teasley, vs. Houston, June 6, 2006 Nikki Teasley, vs. San Antonio, August 8, 2006 10 - By many

Most games, 10+ assists, career 4 - Andrea Nagy 3 - Temeka Johnson Nikki Teasley 1 - By many

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE PERSONAL FOULS Most personal fouls, career 790 - Nakia Sanford 712 - Murriel Page 590 - Alana Beard

Most personal fouls, season 141 - Nakia Sanford, 2007 138 - Nakia Sanford, 2008 121 - Monique Currie, 2008

Most personal fouls, game 6 - many times

DISQUALIFICATIONS Most disqualifications, career 12 - Nakia Sanford 10 - Alana Beard Murriel Page 8 - DeLisha Milton-Jones

Highest percentage, games disqualified, career

Most disqualifications, season 5 - Nakia Sanford, 2007 4 - Murriel Page, 1999 DeLisha Milton-Jones, 2005 Alana Beard, 2006 3 - Nakia Sanford, 2008

Fewest minutes, disqualified, game 8 - Asjha Jones, at Portland, June 28, 2002 9 - Heidi Burge, at Phoenix, June 15, 1998 Nakia Sanford, at New York, May 24, 2007 10 - Asjha Jones, at Utah, June 4, 2002

STEALS Most steals, career 364 - Alana Beard 221 - Chamique Holdsclaw 201 - Coco Miller

Highest average, steals per game, career

(Minimum 100 games) 5.2 - Alana Beard (10/193) 4.9 - Nakia Sanford (12/245) 3.9 - Murriel Page (10/259)

(Minimum 100 games) 1.89 - Alana Beard (364/193) 1.37 - Matee Ajavon (185/135) 1.36 - Chamique Holdsclaw (221/162)

Lowest percentage, games disqualified, career

Most steals, season

(Minimum 100 games) 0.0 - Chamique Holdsclaw (0/162) Laurie Koehn (0/120) 0.6 - Crystal Langhorne (1/120) 0.8 - Coco Miller (2/250)

Most consecutive games without disqualification, career 162 - Chamique Holdsclaw, June 10, 1999July 28, 2004 142 Crystal Langhorne, July 20, 2008-September 14, 2012 (current) 126 - Coco Miller, June 10, 2003-August 3, 2006

72 - Alana Beard, 2009 69 - Alana Beard, 2004 64 - Vicky Bullett, 2000 Alana Beard, 2007

Highest average, steals per game, season (qualifiers) 2.32 - Alana Beard, 2009 (72/31) 2.10 - Rita Williams, 1998 (63/30) 2.03 - Alana Beard, 2004 (69/34)

Most steals, game 8 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Indiana, July 20, 2000 7 Rita Williams, vs. Sacramento, July 26, 1998 Alana Beard, vs. Detroit, July 28, 2004 Alana Beard, vs. San Antonio, July 28,

2005 Alana Beard, at Atlanta, July 25, 2008 Nicky Anosike, vs. Chicago, August 20. Matee Ajavon, vs. Minnesota, May 30, 2012 6 DeLisha Milton-Jones, at Minnesota, July 20, 2007 (ot) Alana Beard, at Chicago, June 27, 2009 Monique Currie, vs. New York, June 12, 2010 Kerri Gardin, at Atlanta, June 9, 2011 (ot)

BLOCKED SHOTS Most blocked shots, career 175 - Murriel Page 142 - Vicky Bullett 129 - Alana Beard

Highest average, blocked shots per game, career (Minimum: 100 games) 0.68 - Alana Beard (175/259) 0.67 - Alana Beard (129/193) 0.60 - Chamique Holdsclaw (98/162)

Most blocked shots, season 58 - Vicky Bullett, 2001 47 - Vicky Bullett, 2000 38 - DeLisha Milton-Jones, 2007

Highest average, blocked shots per game, season (qualifiers) 1.81 - Vicky Bullett, 2001 (58/32) 1.47 - Vicky Bullett, 2000 (47/32) 1.16 - Vicky Bullett, 2002 (37/32)

Most blocked shots, game 5 - Laâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Shawn Brown, vs. Sacramento, July 26, 1998 Vicky Bullett, at Charlotte, July 1, 2000 Vicky Bullett, vs. Minnesota, July 29, 2000 Vicky Bullett, at Orlando, July 24, 2001 DeLisha Milton-Jones, vs. Seattle, July 23, 2006 Taj McWilliams-Franklin, vs. Sacramento, June 11, 2008

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Linsday Wisdom-Hylton, vs, New York, September 16, 2012 4 - By many

TURNOVERS Most turnovers, career 533 - Alana Beard 469 - Chamique Holdsclaw 452 - Nakia Sanford

Most turnovers, season 125 - Nikki McCray, 1998 121 - DeLisha Milton-Jones, 2007 108 - Chamique Holdsclaw, 1999

Most turnovers, game 11 Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Utah, July 8, 1999 Crystal Langhorne, vs. Tulsa, June 26, 2011 10 Nikki McCray, vs. New York, July 5, 1998 (ot) 9 Nikki McCray, at Utah, June 13, 1998 DeLisha Milton-Jones, vs. Chicago, August 5, 2007 Lindsey Harding, vs. New York, May 21, 2010 Kelly Miller, at Atlanta, June 9, 2011 (ot)

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ALL-TIME MYSTICS COACHES WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Jim Lewis (1998) 2-16

.111

Cathy Parsons (1998) 1-11

.083

Nancy Darsch (1999-2000) 21-31

.403

Darrell Walker (2000) 5-7

.416

Tom Maher (2001) 10-22

.312

Marianne Stanley (2002-2003)

26-40

.393

Michael Adams (2004) 17-17

.500

Richie Adubato (2005-2007) 34-38

.472

Wayne “Tree” Rollins (2007-2008)

24-28

.461

Jessie Kenlaw (2008) 2-10

.166

Julie Plank (2009-2010) 38-30

.558

Trudi Lacey (2011-2012) 11-57

.161

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ALL-TIME TOP GAMES WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE 34 Chamique Holdsclaw 33 Lindsey Harding Alana Beard 32 Matee Ajavon Matee Ajavon 31 Crystal Langhorne Alana Beard Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw 30 Crystal Langhorne Alana Beard Chasity Melvin Chamique Holdsclaw 29 Matee Ajavon Nicky Anosike Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Nikki McCray 28 Crystal Langhorne Matee Ajavon Alana Beard Monique Currie Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw 27 Crystal Langhorne Monique Currie Crystal Langhorne Lindsey Harding Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw

at Indiana

7/24/03

at Indiana at Phoenix

7/30/10 6/3/07

vs. New York at Chicago

8/6/11 9/4/09

vs. Phoenix vs. Chicago at Sacramento vs. Seattle

6/27/10 6/20/09 7/1/08 6/27/02

at Atlanta vs. Seattle vs. New York vs. Indiana

6/9/11 7/23/06 8/23/05 7/20/00

at LA at Atlanta at Phoenix at New York vs. Los Angeles at Connecticut vs. Los Angeles vs. Sacramento vs. Orlando vs. Utah

7/17/11 6/9/11 6/20/07 8/13/06 8/1/06 6/11/06 5/25/04 6/25/02 5/31/00 6/19/98

vs. Los Angeles vs. New York at New York at Connecticut vs. Connecticut vs. Indiana

8/23/11 8/12/11 7/30/09 6/8/08 8/14/07 7/29/03

vs. Phoenix at Minnesota vs. Los Angeles at Minnesota vs. Atlanta at Minnesota vs. Seattle vs. San Antonio at Sacramento at Detroit at Detroit Los Angeles at Cleveland

8/28/11 5/16/10 6/24/10 7/7/09 6/7/09 8/30/08 7/24/07 7/28/05 7/18/04 6/22/04 7/27/03 7/9/03 6/20/03

Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Nikki McCray 26 Alana Beard Alana Beard Taj McWilliams-Franklin Alana Beard DeLisha Milton-Jones Alana Beard Alana Beard Nikki Teasley Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Nikki McCray Nikki McCray Nikki McCray Nikki McCray 25 Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne Monique Currie Crystal Langhorne Katie Smith Lindsey Harding Lindsey Harding Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard Monique Currie Nakia Sanford Chasity Melvin Alana Beard Alana Beard Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw Nikki McCray Chamique Holdsclaw Nikki McCray Nikki McCray 24 Monique Currie Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne

vs. Indiana at Indiana vs. Sacramento

6/7/02 8/1/01 7/26/98

at Los Angeles vs. Connecticut at New York vs. San Antonio vs. Charlotte vs. Chicago vs. New York vs. New York vs. New York vs. Detroit vs. Portland vs. Orlando vs. Charlotte vs. Utah at Utah

7/11/09 8/14/09 5/22/08 7/3/07 7/30/06 7/27/06 6/17/06 6/17/06 9/9/04 8/6/03 8/2/02 5/31/00 7/12/99 7/19/98 6/13/98

at Connecticut vs. Atlanta at New York vs. Seattle at Chicago at Phoenix at Chicago vs. Atlanta vs. Atlanta at Sacramento at Chicago vs. Phoenix vs. Chicago vs. Connecticut vs. Minnesota vs. New York at Sacramento vs. Indiana vs. Connecticut vs. Charlotte at Indiana vs. Los Angeles at Cleveland vs. Cleveland

6/3/12 9/1/11 8/16/11 8/15/10 6/25/10 7/1/10 6/11/10 9/12/09 5/27/08 8/12/07 7/7/07 6/13/07 7/9/06 6/25/06 5/27/06 5/23/06 7/18/04 7/1/04 6/04/04 5/22/04 7/20/01 6/26/00 6/26/99 8/7/99

at New York at New York vs. New York vs. Atlanta

9/12/12 7/13/12 6/8/12 7/20/11

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ALL-TIME TOP GAMES WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Houston Nikki McCray, vs. Phoenix Nikki McCray, at New York Nikki McCray, vs. Orlando Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Orlando 23 Crystal Langhorne vs. Connecticut Monique Currie, at New York Crystal Langhorne, vs. Connecticut Crystal Langhorne, at Connecticut Crystal Langhorne, vs. Atlanta Crystal Langhorne, vs. Seattle Alana Beard, vs. Indiana Lindsey Harding, vs. New York Monique Currie, at Connecticut Alana Beard, at Houston Taj McWilliams-Franklin, vs. Sacramento Monique Currie, vs. Seattle Alana Beard, vs. Indiana Alana Beard, at New York DeLisha Milton-Jones, vs. Detroit Alana Beard, at Sacramento Alana Beard, at Seattle Alana Beard, vs. Phoenix Alana Beard, at New York Alana Beard, at Phoenix Alana Beard, vs. Minnesota Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Seattle Coco Miller, at Charlotte Chamique Holdsclaw, at Charlotte Vicky Bullett, vs. Utah Stacy Dales-Schuman, vs. Orlando Nikki McCray, vs. Charlotte Nikki McCray, vs. Los Angeles Chamique Holdsclaw, at New York Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Cleveland Chamique Holdsclaw, at Detroit Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Cleveland Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Utah Chamique Holdsclaw, at Orlando

6/25/99 6/22/99 6/14/99 8/5/99 8/5/99 9/4/12 8/6/10 8/10/10 7/27/10 6/5/10 9/3/09 8/2/09 7/18/09 9/13/08 6/18/08 6/11/08 7/24/07 6/8/07 5/24/07 8/11/06 8/5/06 8/3/06 7/19/06 9/19/04 9/17/04 7/23/04 7/7/04 8/14/03 5/14/03 6/4/02 6/1/02 7/29/01 6/26/00 6/13/00 8/7/99 8/2/99 7/21/99 7/8/99 6/19/99

22 Matee Ajavon vs. Chicago Crystal Langhorne vs. Phoenix Crystal Langhorne vs. Indiana Monique Currie, vs. San Antonio Monique Currie, at Chicago Crystal Langhorne, vs. Connecticut Lindsey Harding, vs. Indiana Taj McWilliams-Franklin, vs. Seattle Alana Beard, at Chicago DeLisha Milton-Jones, vs. Seattle DeLisha Milton-Jones, at Chicago DeLisha Milton-Jones, at Phoenix Alana Beard, vs. San Antonio Alana Beard, vs. Houston Alana Beard, at San Antonio Chasity Melvin, at Charlotte Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. Cleveland Chamique Holdsclaw, at Charlotte Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. New York CoCo Miller, vs. Minnesota Vicky Bullett, vs. Detroit Chamique Holdsclaw, at Minnesota Vicky Bullett, vs. New York Chamique Holdsclaw, at Cleveland Chamique Holdsclaw, at Indiana Vicky Bullett, vs. Charlotte Vicky Bullett, vs. Detroit Chamique Holdsclaw, vs. New York

8/12/12 7/1/12 6/15/12 7/29/10 6/11/10 8/14/09 8/2/09 7/20/08 6/13/08 7/24/07 6/23/07 6/20/07 8/8/06 6/6/06 9/15/04 7/10/04 8/16/03 5/23/03 8/8/02 7/3/02 6/18/02 7/27/01 8/12/00 8/6/00 8/3/00 7/15/00 6/19/00 6/4/00

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MYSTICS ALL-TIME TEAM STATISTICS

WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE MYSTICS ALL-TIME RECORDS YEAR

RECORD

HOME

AWAY

CONFERENCE FINISH

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

3-27 12-10 14-18 10-22 17-15 9-25 17-17 16-18 18-16 16-18 10-24 16-24 22-12 6-28 5-29

3-12 6-10 7-9 8-8 9-7 3-14 11-6 10-7 13-4 8-9 6-11 11-6 13-4 4-18 4-13

0-15 6-10 7-9 2-14 8-8 6-11 6-11 6-11 5-12 8-9 4-13 5-12 9-8 2-10 1-16

Fifth Fifth Fourth Tied for Fifth Third Seventh Fourth Fifth Fourth Fifth Sixth Fourth First Sixth Sixth

MYSTICS ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE YEAR

TOTAL (# OF GAMES)

AVERAGE

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

238,647 (15) 244,896 (16) 244,128 (16) 246,667 (16) 259,237 (16) 238,710 (17) 214,448 (17) 171,501 (17) 133,255 (17) 133, 255 (17) 154,637 (17) 192,747 (17) 159,067 (17) 177, 639 (17) 146, 861(17)

15,910 15,306 15,258 15,417 16,202 14,042 12,615 10,088 7,838 7,788 9,096 11,338 9,357 10049 8,369

MYSTICS ALL-TIME ALL-STARS YEAR

PLAYER(S)

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Chamique Holdsclaw, Nikki McCray Chamique Holdsclaw, Nikki McCray Chamique Holdsclaw, Nikki McCray Chamique Holdsclaw, Stacey Dales-Schuman Chamique Holdsclaw Chamique Holdsclaw (Radio City Music Hall) Alana Beard Alana Beard Alana Beard, DeLisha Milton-Jones Olympic Year Alana Beard Monique Currie, Lindsey Harding, Crystal Langhorne Crystal Langhorne Olympic Year

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MYSTICS ALL-TIME TEAM STATISTICS

WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE MYSTICS ALL TIME TEAM STATISTICS YEAR

G-GS

MIN

FG-FGA

PCT

3G-3GA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OR DR

1998

30

6025

780-1821

0.395

114-432

0.264

400-620

0.645

1999

32

6475

759-1794

0.423

100-345

0.290

482-679

0.710

2000

32

6400

832-1813

0.459

109-335

0.325

403-578

2001

32

6500

739-1915

0.386

117-418

0.280

2002

32

6450

806-1910

0.422

164-443

2003

34

6875

896-2191

0.409

157-505

2004

34

6850

873-2088

0.418

2005

34

6900

847-1968

2006

34

6850

1016-2199

2007

34

6900

2008

34

2009 2010

REB

AST

PF- DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

325 599 924

397

692-9

266

625

91

1954

65.1

312 701 1013

461

646-7

203

574

87

2100

65.6

0 .697

300 646 946

521

597-3

245

506

126

2176

68.0

333-504

0 .661

356 699

1055

424

537-3

257

495

127

1928

60.3

0.370

359-478

0.751

330 708 1038

516

583-3

221

455

94

2135

66.7

0.311

381-507

0.751

382 703 1085

568

676-5

213

462

99

2230

68.5

105-283

0.371

414-661

0. 717

337 726 1063

467

625-1

255

424

128

2325

68.4

0.430

181-510

0.355

388-546

0.711

266 677 943

517

697-1

260

435

76

2263

66.6

0.462

187-522

0.358

528-715

0.738

300 770 1100

576

784-15

306

541

113

2247

80.8

877-2170

0.404

163-528

0.309

668-839

0.796

335 783 1118

472

763-10

282

571

133

2585

76.0

6825

885-2132

0.415

163-460

0.354

435-659

0.660

362 770

1132

483

757-8

241

637

93

2368

69.6

34

6875

933-2205

0.423

132-426

0.326

580-827

0.701

388 803

1191

453

725-6

314

607

118

2585

76.0

34

6850

946-2098

0.451

160-454

0.352

563-726

.775

341 821

1162

473

682-5

277

589

79

2615

76.9

2011

34

6875

878-2165

0.406

171-520

.329

481-658

.731

391 735

1126

476

637-ss

286

576

113

2408

70.8

2012

34

6875

882-2140

0.412

144-487

.301

423-588

.719

340 721

1061

530

628-2

293

571

118

2231

68.6

AST

PF- DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

OPPONENTS ALL TIME TEAM STATISTICS YEAR

G-GS

MIN

FG-FGA

PCT

3G-3GA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OR DR

REB

1998

30

6025

876-1870

0.468

112-318

0.352

551-775

0.711

322 713 1035

548

597-1

334

511

104

2415

80.5

1999

32

6475

825-1986

0.415

127-403

0.315

469-650

0.722

359 636 995

518

669-9

304

436

119

2246

70.2

2000

32

6400

845-1875

0.451

149-397

0.375

382-555

0.688

299 612 911

513

595-4

261

456

102

2221

69.4

2001

32

6500

791-1945

0.407

146-408

0.358

347-467

0.743

331 737

487

543-4

261

454

103

2075

64.0

2002

32

6450

786-1903

0.413

147-446

0.330

397-538

0.738

309 680 989

442

570-3

237

441

101

2116

66.1

2003

34

6875

909-2033

0.447

171-482

0.355

509-691

0.737

334 781 1115

591

565-0

251

468

119

2498

73.5

2004

34

6850

864-2013

0.429

146-425

0.344

510-686

0.743

743 336

1106

534

627-3

237

492

111

2384

70.1

2005

34

6900

833-1872

0.445

150-433

0.346

489-648

0.755

267 757

1024

545

638-0

205

504

108

2305

67.8

2006

34

6850

909-2102

0.432

204-553

0.369

635-851

0.746

321 720 1041

583

687-3

252

573

89

2657

78.1

2007

34

6900

924-2216

0.417

175-520

0.337

616-801

0.769

383 820 1208

549

762-12

256

579

103

2639

77.6

2008

34

6825

929-2096

0.443

180-528

0.341

563-760

0.741

306 787

1093

542

708-5

314

530

146

2601

76.5

2009

34

6875

945-2184

0.433

162-478

0.339

570-755

0.755

322 789

1111

524

778-5

315

576

156

2622

77.1

2010

34

6850

896-2101

0.426

159-485

.328

540-697

0.775

285 676

961

543

689-7

285

527

135

2491

73.3

2011

34

6875

995-2142

.0465

157-407

.386

531-664

.731

303 779

1082

589

501-aa

318

492

167

2678

78.8

2012

34

6825

981-2132

0.460

170-462

.368

529-677

.781

325 782

1107

602

542-1

301

530

128

2661

78.3

1068

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE ALL-TIME PLAYOFF RESULTS

2000 (0-2) Eastern Conference First Round Aug. 12th at Washington Aug. 14th at New York

Lost 0-2 L 63-72 L 57-78

2002 (3-2) Eastern Conference First Round Aug. 15th at Washington Aug. 17th at Charlotte

Eastern Conference Finals Aug. 22nd at Washington Aug. 24th at New York Aug. 25th at New York

Won 2-0 W 74-62 W 62-59 Lost 1-2 W 79-74 L 96-79 L 64-57

2004 (1-2) Eastern Conference First Rounds Sept. 25th at Washington Sept. 27th at Connecticut Sept. 29th at Connecticut

Lost 1-2 W 67-59 L 80-70 L 76-56

2006 (0-2) Eastern Conference First Rounds Aug. 18th at Washington Aug. 20th at Connecticut

Lost 0-2 L 76-61 L 68-65

2009 (0-2) Eastern Conference First Rounds Sept. 17th at Washington Sept. 19th at Indiana

Lost 0-2 L 88-79 L 81-74 (OT)

2010 (0-2) Eastern Conference First Rounds Aug. 25th at Washington Aug. 27th at Atlanta

Lost 0-2 L 95-90 L 101-77

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MYSTICS PLAYOFF HISTORY WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE MYSTICS PLAYOFF HIGHS Points 90 vs. Atlanta 8/25/2010 1st Half Points 43 vs. Indiana 9/17/2009 2nd Half Points 57 vs. Atlanta 8/25/2010 Biggest Win Margin 12 vs. Charlotte 8/15/2002 Field Goals Made 31 vs. Indiana 9/17/2009 Field Goals Attempted 72 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Field Goal Pct. (Game) 0.509 vs. Charlotte 8/15/2002 3-Point FGs Made 11 at New York 8/24/2002 3-Point FGs Attempted 23 at Charlotte 8/17/2002 3-Point FG Pct. 0.524 at New York 8/24/2002 Free Throws Made 29 vs. Atlanta 8/25/2010 Free Throws Attempted 36 vs. Atlanta 8/25/2010 Free Throw Pct. 0.917 at Connecticut 9/27/2004 Offensive Rebounds 18 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 Defensive Rebounds 31 vs. Connecticut 9/25/2004 Total Rebounds 48 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 Assists 20 (2x) at New York* 8/24/2002 Steals 11 vs. Indiana 9/17/2009 Blocked Shots 6 (2x) at Connecticut * 9/29/2004 Turnovers 22 at Indiana 9/19/2009

OPPONENT PLAYOFF HIGHS

Points 101 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 1st Half Points 50 (2x) at Atlanta *8/27/2010 2nd Half Points 51 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Biggest Win Margin 24 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Field Goals Made 38 vs. Atlanta 8/25/2010 Field Goals Attempted 72 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 Field Goal Pct. (Game) 0.66 at New York 8/24/2002 3-Point FGs Made 8 (2x) at Connecticut *9/29/2004 3-Point FGs Attempted 29 vs. Charlotte 8/15/2002 3-Point FG Pct. 0.875 at New York 8/24/2002 Free Throws Made 32 at Indiana 9/19/2009 Free Throws Attempted 39 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Free Throw Pct. 0.938 at Connecticut 9/27/2004 Offensive Rebounds 20 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 Defensive Rebounds 34 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Total Rebounds 46 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 Assists 27 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Steals 11 (2x) at Indiana 9/19/2009 Blocked Shots 10 vs. Atlanta 8/25/2010 Turnovers 17 (2x) at Indiana 9/19/2009

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Points 56 at Connecticut 9/29/2004 1st Half Points 25 (2x) at Connecticut * 9/29/2004 2nd Half Points 27 at Charlotte 8/17/2002 Biggest Loss Margin 24 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 Field Goals Made 20 at Connecticut 9/29/2004 Field Goals Attempted 47 at New York 8/14/2000 Field Goal Pct. (Game) 0.347 at Atlanta 8/27/2010 3-Point FGs Made 1 (4x) vs. Connecticut * 9/25/2004 3-Point FGs Attempted 3 vs. Connecticut 9/25/2004 3-Point FG Pct. 0.125(2X)at New York *8/25/2002 Free Throws Made 4 at New York 8/25/2002 Free Throws Attempted 7 at New York 8/25/2002 Free Throw Pct. 0.438 vs. Connecticut 8/18/2006 Offensive Rebounds 5 at New York 8/14/2000 Defensive Rebounds 13 at New York 8/24/2002 Total Rebounds 19 (2x) at New York* 8/24/2002 Assists 6 at Connecticut 9/27/2004 Steals 2 at New York 8/25/2002 Blocked Shots 1 (4x) at Atlanta * 8/27/2010 Turnovers 7 (2x) at New York* 8/24/2002

OPPONENT PLAYOFF LOWS Points 59 at Charlotte 8/17/2002 1st Half Points 27 vs. Connecticut 9/25/2004 2nd Half Points 22 at Charlotte 8/17/2002 Biggest Loss Margin 12 vs. Charlotte 8/15/2002 Field Goals Made 19 at New York 8/25/2002 Field Goals Attempted 59 vs. Connecticut 9/25/2004 Field Goal Pct. (Game) 0.278 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 3-Point FGs Made 3 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 3-Point FGs Attempted 7 at Connecticut 9/27/2004 3-Point FG Pct. 0.158 at Connecticut 8/20/2006 Free Throws Made 3 vs. Connecticut 8/18/2006 Free Throws Attempted 7 vs. Connecticut 8/18/2006 Free Throw Pct. 0.429 vs. Connecticut 8/18/2006 Offensive Rebounds 5 (2x) at Connecticut * 9/27/2004 Defensive Rebounds 15 vs. New York 8/22/2002 Total Rebounds 22 vs. New York 8/22/2002 Assists 10 at New York 8/25/2002 Steals 4 (2x) vs. Atlanta * 8/25/2010 Blocked Shots 1 (5x) vs. Connecticut* 9/25/2004 Turnovers 9 (3x) vs. Connecticut* 9/25/2004 *Denotes the most recent occurrence.

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2011 FINAL STATS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

(6-28)

---------PLAYER

G GS

WASHINGTON MYSTICS

-FIELD GOALS-

-3-POINT FG--

2011 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

-FREE THROWS-

--REBOUNDS--

MIN

FG

FGA

PCT

FG

FGA

PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

AST

PF

DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

Langhorne

31 31 1063

227

425

.534

1

8

.125

108

152

.711

96

139

235

51

72

0

39

102

15

563

18.2

Ajavon

34 33 1065

140

174

445

.391

37

134

.276

116

.829

30

50

80

105

109

1

57

105

9

501

14.7

1

77

15

35

.429

1

8

.125

16

16 1.000

7

10

17

4

11

0

7

10

0

47

11.8

Coleman

34 28

918

107

278

.385

53

144

.368

25

37

.676

46

118

164

47

80

1

24

54

14

292

8.6

Miller

34 29

943

86

225

.382

49

111

.441

30

38

.789

22

56

78

95

70

0

23

61

8

251

7.4

Anosike

34 29

924

75

216

.347

0

1

.000

89

121

.736

83

162

245

47

87

1

49

59

28

239

7.0

Thomas

34

6

655

85

241

.353

24

77

.312

24

36

.667

13

60

73

64

60

1

25

55

9

218

6.4

Walker (TOT)

30

5

489

57

144

.396

0

3

.000

36

49

.735

46

50

96

24

72

1

10

45

7

150

5.0

Walker (WAS)

20

5

409

49

125

.392

0

3

.000

28

38

.737

36

44

80

24

60

1

8

34

7

126

6.3

Christmas

14

0

142

13

42

.310

5

23

.217

16

23

.696

9

8

17

1

16

0

8

9

1

47

3.4

Dunlap

26

3

219

25

57

.439

1

2

.500

8

17

.471

17

26

43

11

19

0

18

15

5

59

2.3

Phillips

10

0

54

7

13

.538

0

0

---

5

10

.500

10

6

16

0

12

0

0

3

3

19

1.9

Gardin

28

5

391

14

59

.237

0

8

.000

15

29

.517

22

53

75

27

39

0

24

26

13

43

1.5

3

0

16

1

4

.250

0

1

.000

1

1 1.000

0

3

3

0

2

0

0

2

1

3

1.0

Currie

Cheek

4

MYSTICS

34 -

6875

878

2165

.406 171

520

.329

481

658

.731

391

735 1126

476

637

5

282

576

113

2408

70.8

OPPONENTS

34 -

6875

995

2142

.465 157

407

.386

531

664

.800

303

779 1082

589

601

3

318

492

167

2678

78.8

---------PLAYER

-- SINGLE-GAME HIGHS -MIN REB AST ST TO BL PTS

----------- AVERAGE PER GAME -----------MIN

REB

AST

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

-CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON)FG

FGA

FT

Langhorne

45

15

5

3 11

2

30

34.3

7.6

1.6

1.26

3.3

0.48

18.2

13T

24C

Ajavon

43

6

7

5

7

2

32

31.3

2.4

3.1

1.68

3.1

0.26

14.7

10T

21

10C

Currie

25

6

2

3

3

0

14

19.3

4.3

1.0

1.75

2.5

0.00

11.8

11

18

Coleman

44

12

3

3

5

2

21

27.0

4.8

1.4

0.71

1.6

0.41

8.6

8C

Miller

40

5

6

2

9

1

19

27.7

2.3

2.8

0.68

1.8

0.24

7.4

Anosike

44

14

4

7

5

4

29

27.2

7.2

1.4

1.44

1.7

0.82

Thomas

38

8

5

3

5

2

19

19.3

2.1

1.9

0.74

1.6

Walker (TOT)

30

10

4

2

5

2

12

16.3

3.2

0.8

0.33

Walker (WAS)

30

10

4

2

5

2

12

20.5

4.0

1.2

Christmas

27

4

1

3

3

1

13

10.1

1.2

Dunlap

34

8

3

5

2

3

19

8.4

1.7

Phillips

13

6

0

0

2

1

7

5.4

Gardin

26

10

3

6

2

2

8

14.0

0

0

Cheek

FTA

AST

PTS

5C

31

13

9

7C

32T

13

16

11

7

28

14T

5

8

12C

5

21C

8

17

8

9

12

9

23

7.0

9

20C

13C

18C

16

8

29C

0.26

6.4

7C

14C

3C

5C

5C

19C

1.5

0.23

5.0

18

8

7

24

0.40

1.7

0.35

6.3

0.1

0.57

0.6

0.07

3.4

4T

10

5C

6C

4T

1T

13C

0.4

0.69

0.6

0.19

2.3

7C

14C

5C

7C

8C

3C

19C

1.6

0.0

0.00

0.3

0.30

1.9

3C

3C

2C

4C

6C

1

2.7

1.0

0.86

0.9

0.46

1.5

9

13 3T

6

13T

REB 16

11

9

12

10

8C 14

14 2C

7

7C 23

7

2

2

1

3

5.3

1.0

0.0

0.00

0.7

0.33

1.0

2

2

2

1

7

MYSTICS

225

46

20 15 29

9

98

202.2

33.1

14.0

8.29

16.9

3.32

70.8

38

84

42

55

51

29

107

OPPONENTS

225

40

26 17 23 10

95

202.2

31.8

17.3

9.35

14.5

4.91

78.8

41

94

40

51

50

31

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Opponent 4 @Connecticut

Team/Opp L 73- 89

Home Road Total

High Scoring

High Rebounds

High Assists

Opponent Scoring

0-0

Anosike-16

Anosike-7

Ajavon-4

Charles-18

6,666

Miller-5

de Souza-20

5,020

Anosike-6

Ajavon-4

Fowles-23

Ajavon-6

Miller-4

0-1

0-1

---------Jun

9 @Atlanta

Langhorne-16 W 98- 90(OT) 0-0

1-1

1-1

Langhorne-30

---------Jun 11 CHICAGO

Atten.

Miller-4 Anosike-13 Langhorne-13

L 77- 84

0-1

1-1

1-2

Ajavon-24

-------------------

11,943

Coleman-6

Jun 16 CONNECTICUT

L 71- 79

0-2

1-1

1-3

Miller-19

Anosike-13

Miller-5

Charles-26

7,028

Jun 18 @Tulsa

L 59- 77

0-2

1-2

1-4

Coleman-12

Langhorne-12

Ajavon-4

Latta-22

4,423

----------

Langhorne-12

Jun 21 INDIANA

L 80- 89

0-3

1-2

1-5

Langhorne-23

Langhorne-9

Anosike-4

Zellous-21

7,980

Jun 26 TULSA

W 83- 63

1-3

1-2

2-5

Langhorne-23

Coleman-12

Ajavon-6

Cambage-15

10,675

Jul

L 63- 73

1-4

1-2

2-6

Dunlap-19

Anosike-10

Ajavon-4

Cash-19

11,604

3 SEATTLE

----------

Miller-4

Jul

5 @Chicago

L 65- 78

1-4

1-3

2-7

Coleman-14

Anosike-10

Thomas-4

Fowles-34

3,187

Jul

9 @Indiana

L 57- 68

1-4

1-4

2-8

Anosike-12

Coleman-9

Miller-4

Phillips-14

7,056

Jul 12 @Seattle

L 71- 79

1-4

1-5

2-9

Coleman-16

Coleman-9

Ajavon-7

Bird-22

Jul 15 @Phoenix

L 64- 78

1-4

1-6

2-10

Langhorne-17

Anosike-10

Ajavon-3

Dupree-20

----------

Coleman-3

----------

Miller-3

13,384 9,075

Jul 17 @Los Angeles

W 89- 85(OT) 1-4

2-6

3-10

Ajavon-29

Langhorne-14

Langhorne-5

Toliver-21

10,398

Jul 20 ATLANTA

L 79- 86

1-5

2-6

3-11

Langhorne-24

Anosike-14

Miller-6

McCoughtry-33

13,954

Jul 26 SAN ANTONIO

L 67- 73

1-6

2-6

3-12

Langhorne-19

Anosike-8

Thomas-5

Hammon-22

11,331

Jul 28 @New York

L 71- 75

1-6

2-7

3-13

Langhorne-18

Langhorne-9

Anosike-3

Pondexter-19

6,808

Jul 29 INDIANA

L 59- 61

1-7

2-7

3-14

Ajavon-19

Walker-10

Ajavon-4

Catchings-16

11,587

Aug

W 91- 81

2-7

2-7

4-14

Ajavon-32

Anosike-9

Ajavon-5

Pondexter-21

10,741

---------6 NEW YORK

Coleman-3

---------Aug

9 ATLANTA

Langhorne-9 L 70- 72

2-8

2-7

4-15

Ajavon-28

Coleman-10

Anosike-4

McCoughtry-19

W 64- 63

3-8

2-7

5-15

Langhorne-18

Anosike-11

Ajavon-3

Mitchell-18

L 75- 82

3-8

2-8

5-16

Langhorne-17

Anosike-7

Miller-6

Aug 16 @New York

L 66- 69

3-8

2-9

5-17

Langhorne-25

Langhorne-6

Ajavon-5

Pondexter-26

6,223

Aug 18 MINNESOTA

L 62- 81

3-9

2-9

5-18

Ajavon-15

Coleman-5

Miller-4

Augustus-18

9,483

Thomas-4

Fowles-25

Aug 12 NEW YORK ---------Aug 13 @Connecticut

Coleman-3

----------

Walker-5 L 70- 71

3-10

2-9

5-19

Ajavon-23

Anosike-10

L 51- 83

3-10

2-10

5-20

Langhorne-11

Langhorne-7

-------------------

6,717

Langhorne-5

----------

Aug 21 @Indiana

Charles-16 Montgomery-16

---------Aug 20 CHICAGO

9,536 10,092

10,273

Ajavon-4 Ajavon-3

Douglas-15

Thomas-11

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2010 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICS

-FIELD GOALS-

-3-POINT FG--

-FREE THROWS-

MIN

FG

FGA

PCT

FG

FGA

PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

AST

PF

DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

Langhorne

34 34 1158

221

375

.589

1

6

.167

112

145

.772

98

232

330

39

74

0

30

90

7

555

16.3

Currie

34 34

891

146

335

.436

37

83

.446

150

171

.877

43

120

163

55

120

2

49

89

14

479

14.1

Harding

34 34 1130

157

353

.445

15

52

.288

82

107

.766

17

86

103

137

67

0

47

94

6

411

12.1

K. Smith

33 33 1016

109

276

.395

54

149

.362

42

55

.764

13

57

70

85

94

0

24

53

5

314

9.5

Coleman

34

1

663

75

189

.397

41

102

.402

31

41

.756

25

87

112

50

67

1

29

42

12

222

6.5

Sanford

34 22

608

76

159

.478

0

0

---

53

76

.697

51

92

143

25

100

1

25

68

8

205

6.0

Ajavon

34

0

497

66

191

.346

9

49

.184

58

75

.773

16

37

53

47

60

0

38

52

2

199

5.9

Melvin

34 12

659

75

173

.434

0

0

---

27

42

.643

70

89

159

23

71

0

24

41

17

177

5.2

Monroe

17

0

117

15

31

.484

0

1

.000

6

12

.500

4

12

16

3

20

1

5

6

8

36

2.1

Houts

20

0

110

6

16

.375

3

12

.250

2

2 1.000

4

9

13

9

9

0

6

7

0

17

0.9

MYSTICS

34 -

6850

946

2098

.451 160

454

.352

563

726

.775

341

821 1162

473

682

5

277

589

79

2615

76.9

OPPONENTS

34 -

6850

896

2101

.426 159

485

.328

540

697

.775

285

676

543

689

7

285

527

135

2491

73.3

PLAYER

---------PLAYER

G GS

-- SINGLE-GAME HIGHS -MIN REB AST ST TO BL PTS

--REBOUNDS--

----------- AVERAGE PER GAME ------------

961

MIN

REB

AST

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

-CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON)FG

FGA

FT

REB

AST

PTS

39

16

4

5

5

1

31

34.1

9.7

1.1

0.88

2.6

0.21

16.3

13C

18C

13

16T

4T

Currie

34

9

5

6

6

3

27

26.2

4.8

1.6

1.44

2.6

0.41

14.1

11

18

31C

13

16

11

7

Harding

42

6

9

3

9

1

33

33.2

3.0

4.0

1.38

2.8

0.18

12.1

11C

28

18T

11

14

7

10

K. Smith

41

5

6

4

5

2

25

30.8

2.1

2.6

0.73

1.6

0.15

9.5

13

33C

23

18

19

11

10

Coleman

30

10

5

4

5

2

14

19.5

3.3

1.5

0.85

1.2

0.35

6.5

6

46

Sanford

28

8

4

3

5

2

12

17.9

4.2

0.7

0.74

2.0

0.24

6.0

10

14

15

Ajavon

25

6

4

4

4

1

20

14.6

1.6

1.4

1.12

1.5

0.06

5.9

10

21

Melvin

34

9

3

3

3

3

12

19.4

4.7

0.7

0.71

1.2

0.50

5.2

13

19

Monroe

15

3

1

1

2

2

8

6.9

0.9

0.2

0.29

0.4

0.47

2.1

3C

4C

2C

2C

3C

1C

Houts

18

3

2

2

1

0

5

5.5

0.7

0.5

0.30

0.3

0.00

0.9

2C

4C

2C

2C

3C

2C

MYSTICS

225

48

25 15 26

8 107

201.5

34.2

13.9

8.15

17.3

2.32

76.9

38

84

42

55

51

29

107C

OPPONENTS

225

44

24 17 24

8 104

201.5

28.3

16.0

8.38

15.5

3.97

73.3

41

94

40

51

50

31

110

14C

9C

FTA

Langhorne

5T

8

10C

5C

16

18

15

5

25

9

13

9

4T

32

10

13

15

7

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Date Opponent May 15 @Indiana ---------May 16 @Minnesota ---------May 21 NEW YORK May 23 @Connecticut May 25 @Seattle ---------May 28 @Los Angeles May 30 CONNECTICUT Jun 5 ATLANTA ---------Jun 11 @Chicago ---------Jun 12 NEW YORK Jun 19 CHICAGO Jun 24 LOS ANGELES Jun 25 @Chicago Jun 27 PHOENIX Jun 29 INDIANA ------------------Jul 1 @Phoenix ---------Jul 3 @Tulsa ------------------Jul 15 @New York Jul 18 CHICAGO Jul 21 ATLANTA Jul 24 INDIANA Jul 27 @Connecticut ------------------Jul 29 SAN ANTONIO Jul 30 @Indiana ---------Aug 1 TULSA ---------Aug 3 @Atlanta Aug 6 @New York ------------------Aug 8 @Connecticut ---------Aug 10 CONNECTICUT Aug 13 MINNESOTA ---------Aug 15 SEATTLE Aug 17 @San Antonio Aug 20 NEW YORK ---------Aug 22 @Atlanta

Team/Opp W 72- 65

Home Road Total 0-0 1-0 1-0

High Scoring Currie-21

High Rebounds Langhorne-8

High Assists Harding-3

W 87- 76

0-0

2-0

2-0

Currie-27

Harding-4

W 77- 61 L 65- 80 L 76- 82

1-0 1-0 1-0

2-0 2-1 2-2

3-0 3-1 3-2

Harding-21 Langhorne-16 Currie-24

Langhorne-9 Melvin-9 Langhorne-11 Langhorne-8 Sanford-6

L 75- 81 1-0 W 69- 65 2-0 L 79- 86(OT) 2-1

2-3 2-3 2-3

3-3 4-3 4-4

K. Smith-15 Currie-18 Langhorne-23

W 95- 78

2-1

3-3

5-4

Harding-25

W W W L W W

3-1 4-1 5-1 5-1 6-1 7-1

3-3 3-3 3-3 3-4 3-4 3-4

6-4 7-4 8-4 8-5 9-5 10-5

Currie-20 K. Smith-17 Langhorne-27 Langhorne-25 Langhorne-31 K. Smith-21

Langhorne-10 Langhorne-16 Langhorne-8 Melvin-8 Currie-8 Langhorne-8 Langhorne-9 Langhorne-10 Langhorne-14 Langhorne-13 Langhorne-10 Langhorne-10

W107-104

7-1

4-4

11-5

K. Smith-25

Langhorne-9

Harding-8 Harding-9 Ajavon-4 Harding-4 Harding-5 Currie-5 Currie-4 Harding-6 Harding-4 Currie-4 K. Smith-6 Ajavon-4 Harding-4 Sanford-4 Harding-6

W 69- 54

7-1

5-4

12-5

Currie-17

Coleman-10

L L W L L

75 61 72 78 88

7-1 7-2 8-2 8-3 8-3

5-5 5-5 5-5 5-5 5-6

12-6 12-7 13-7 13-8 13-9

Langhorne-19 Langhorne-12 Langhorne-24 K. Smith-17 Langhorne-23

Langhorne-10 Langhorne-9 Langhorne-15 Langhorne-13 Currie-9

L 75- 79 W 77- 73

8-4 8-4

5-6 6-6

13-10 Currie-22 14-10 Harding-33

Langhorne-9 Langhorne-11

W 87- 62

9-4

6-6

Coleman-10

W 86- 78 L 77- 85

9-4 9-4

7-6 7-7

15-10 Currie-15 K. Smith-15 16-10 K. Smith-18 16-11 Currie-23

L 67- 76

9-4

7-8

16-12 Langhorne-14

Langhorne-7

Harding-4 Coleman-4 K. Smith-4 Harding-4 Harding-6 K. Smith-5 Harding-3 Coleman-3 Melvin-3 K. Smith-3 Harding-5 K. Smith-4 Sanford-4 Harding-4 Coleman-4 Harding-6 Ajavon-2 Coleman-2 K. Smith-2 Harding-3

W 84- 74 W 61- 58

10-4 11-4

7-8 7-8

17-12 Langhorne-23 18-12 Harding-15

Langhorne-10 Langhorne-14

Harding-6 K. Smith-4

W 80- 71 W 76- 66 W 75- 74

12-4 12-4 13-4

7-8 8-8 8-8

19-12 Currie-25 20-12 Langhorne-21 21-12 Ajavon-16

Langhorne-7 Langhorne-12 Langhorne-7

W 90- 81

13-4

9-8

22-12 Currie-20

Langhorne-11

Tied with-3 K. Smith-6 Harding-2 Coleman-2 Harding-8

826568729568-

6759827378-

65 61(OT) 53 79 85 65

Langhorne-12 Currie-6 Melvin-6

K. Smith-4 Harding-5 Harding-3

Opponent Scoring Catchings-12 Sutton-Brown-12 Houston-19

Atten. 9,752

Pondexter-14 White-15 Bird-16 Wright-16 Parker-30 Charles-13 de Souza-23 McCoughtry-23 Fowles-23

10,158 7,614 6,612

9,985

13,154 8,602 8,986 3,107

Pondexter-20 Fowles-17 Toliver-11 Perkins-20 Taurasi-18 Catchings-17

8,492 9,034 8,160 3,419 7,547 8,464

Dupree-23 Taylor-23 Robinson-16

5,509

Pondexter-17 Fowles-13 McCoughtry-23 January-19 Jones-23 Holdsclaw-17 Catchings-16 Douglas-16 Jackson-14

3,516 18,162 8,790 14,347 9,786 6,322 9,212 8,207 9,008

McCoughtry-30 Pondexter-23

9,072 11,465

Charles-17 Jones-17 Montgomery-17 Wright-13 Whalen-13 Cash-15 Young-19 Pondexter-28

7,076

9,438 6,801 13,109

McCoughtry-19

9,570

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6-Jun

@Connecticut

W

Team/Opp Home

Road

Total

Opponent High Scoring High ReboundsHigh Assists Scoring

Atten

82- 70

1-0

1-0

Coleman-16

0-0

Langhorne-7

Harding-7

Jones-22

7,191

Sanford-7 7-Jun

ATLANTA

W

77- 71

1-0

1-0

2-0

Beard-27

Langhorne-8

Harding-7

Miller-17

11,759

10-Jun

@Detroit

W

75- 69

1-0

2-0

3-0

Beard-15

Melvin-9

Harding-5

McWilliams-14

7,329

19-Jun

@Atlanta

L

81- 93

1-0

2-1

3-1

Beard-20

Langhorne-10

Currie-7

Smith-14 Lyttle-20

6,050

Harding-7 20-Jun

CHICAGO

W

81- 72

2-0

2-1

4-1

Beard-31

Melvin-9

Beard-5

Perkins-15

11,745

25-Jun

PHOENIX

L

87- 93

2-1

2-1

4-2

Beard-21

Langhorne-12

Harding-9

Pondexter-24

9,808

27-Jun

@Chicago

L

63- 68

2-2

2-1

4-3

Harding-15

Melvin-9

Harding-6

Dupree-23

3,918

30-Jun

@San Antonio

W

84- 82

3-2

2-1

5-3

Beard-19

Currie-8

Harding-5

Young-21

4,723

3-Jul

@Atlanta

L

65- 72

3-2

2-2

5-4

Beard-16

Melvin-9

Harding-4

Holdsclaw-18

5,456

7-Jul

@Minnesota

L

94- 96(OT) 3-2

2-3

5-5

Harding-27

Currie-11

Currie-4

Anosike-24

7,171

11-Jul

LOS ANGELES W

75- 63

4-2

2-3

6-5

Beard-26

Langhorne-11

Harding-5

Bobbitt-10

12,217

15-Jul

SAN ANTONIO

78- 79

4-3

2-3

6-6

Harding-18

Beard-6

Harding-4

Hammon-21

17,220

Harding-19

Lennox-10 L

Langhorne-6 18-Jul

NEW YORK

W

68- 67

5-3

2-3

7-6

Harding-23

Harding-7

Harding-5

Christon-21

9,968

21-Jul

INDIANA

L

70- 82

5-4

2-3

7-7

Harding-17

Beard-9

Harding-6

Catchings-28

9,798

23-Jul

CHICAGO

W

75- 64

6-4

2-3

8-7

Langhorne-16 Langhorne-10

Harding-6

Perkins-14

11,651

26-Jul

SACRAMENTO W

87- 73

7-4

2-3

9-7

Langhorne-19 Langhorne-8

Beard-5

Lawson-16

10,757

28-Jul

@Indiana

81- 85

7-4

2-4

9-8

Beard-19

Harding-4

Douglas-34

5,904

L

Langhorne-8

Melvin-4 30-Jul

@New York

W

78- 75

8-4

2-4

10-8

Beard-28

Langhorne-11

Harding-4

McCarville-28

10,172

2-Aug

INDIANA

L

79- 87

8-5

2-4

10-9

Beard-23

Currie-7

Currie-4

Douglas-24

11,595

7-Aug

DETROIT

W

70- 66

9-5

2-4

11-9

Beard-15

Langhorne-9

Harding-4

Braxton-14

10,637

9-Aug

@Connecticut

L

67- 96

9-5

2-5

11-10

Beard-18

Beard-7

Beard-6

Whalen-16

6,528

11-Aug

DETROIT

L

77- 81

9-6

2-5

11-11

Beard-17

Sanford-6

Harding-8

Nolan-23

10,398

Harding-4

Harding-7

14-Aug

CONNECTICUT W

9189(2OT)

10-6

2-5

12-11

Beard-26

Langhorne-16

Harding-4

Jones-23

9,738

16-Aug

NEW YORK

L

59- 60

10-7

2-5

12-12

Beard-18

Langhorne-8

Harding-7

McCarville-19

10,580

18-Aug

@Los Angeles

L

69- 72

10-7

2-6

12-13

Ajavon-20

Langhorne-6

Ajavon-4

Leslie-20

9,287

Harding-6 21-Aug

@Phoenix

W

91- 81

10-7

3-6

13-13

Langhorne-19 Langhorne-12

Harding-6

Taurasi-16

9,155

22-Aug

@Sacramento

L

60- 82

10-7

3-7

13-14

Langhorne-16 Langhorne-10

Harding-3

Powell-26

7,067

25-Aug

@Seattle

L

68- 78

10-7

3-8

13-15

Currie-13

Ajavon-3

Burse-14

6,791

Harding-5

Houston-20

12,241

Currie-6

Coleman-13 30-Aug

MINNESOTA

W

81- 75

11-7

3-8

14-15

Langhorne-18 Langhorne-10

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2009 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE (16-18) Washington Mystics FIELD GOALS

3- POINT FG

FREE THROWS

REBOUNDS

MISCELLANEOUS

PLAYER

G

GS

MIN

FG

FGA

PCT

FG FGA

PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

TOT

AST

PF DQ STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

Beard

31

30

985

188

438

0.429

32

107

0.299

84

114

0.737

19

104

123

68

97

2

72

100

18

492

15.9

Harding

34

34

1194

163

375

0.435

20

62

0.323

89

119

0.748

24

111

135

154

68

1

43

101

13

435

12.8

Langhorne

34

22

1013

163

284

0.574

0

2

0.000

82

119

0.689

101

167

268

29

74

0

34

76

13

408

12.0

Currie

34

34

728

78

217

0.359

20

52

0.385

102

127

0.803

38

108

146

61

83

0

29

57

14

278

8.2

Ajavon

34

4

587

85

253

0.336

28

82

0.341

74

110

0.673

27

37

64

37

84

1

37

50

4

272

8.0

Sanford

34

13

663

77

164

0.470

0

0

0.000

59

102

0.578

55

92

147

22

109

1

26

73

14

213

6.3

Coleman

28

0

525

54

159

0.340

29

80

0.363

34

45

0.756

22

54

76

22

44

0

20

34

9

171

6.1

Melvin

34

33

756

84

188

0.447

0

1

0.000

33

61

0.541

79

79

158

36

101

0

34

50

29

201

5.9

Humphrey

9

0

67

7

28

0.250

3

12

0.250

3

5

0.600

4

9

13

3

15

0

1

6

3

20

2.2

Mosby

24

0

169

17

47

0.362

0

1

0.000

12

14

0.857

15

22

37

3

29

1

8

16

1

46

1.9

Mann

16

0

95

10

28

0.357

4

18

0.222

1

1

1.000

2

12

14

6

9

0

3

3

0

25

1.6

Blue

16

0

91

7

24

0.292

3

9

0.333

7

10

0.700

2

8

10

12

12

0

7

13

0

24

1.5

MYSTICS

34

-

6875

933 2205 0.423 139 426

0.326

580

827

0.701

388

803

1191

453

725

6

314

607

118

2585

76.0

34

-

6875

945 2184 0.433 162 478

0.339

570

755

0.755

322

789

1111

524

778

5

315

576

156

2622

77.1

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER

MIN REB AST

ST

TO

BL

(CAREER HIGHS C SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON)

AVERAGE PER GAME PTS MIN

REB

AST STL

TO

BLK

PTS

FG

FGA

FT FTA REB AST

PTS

Beard

42

9

6

6

6

2

31

31.8

4

2.2

2.32

3.2

0.58

15.9

13

24C

11T 13C 10

9T

33C

Harding

47

7

9

4

7

3

27

35.1

4

4.5

1.26

3

0.38

12.8

10C

18C

11

10

27C

Langhorne

41

16

3

3

7

1

23

29.8

7.9

0.9

1

2.2

0.38

12.0

10C

13C

7C 13C 16C

4

23C

Currie

35

11

7

2

4

2

17

21.4

4.3

1.8

0.85

1.7

0.41

8.2

11

18

13

16 11T

7T

28T

Ajavon

36

9

4

4

5

1

32

17.3

1.9

1.1

1.09

1.5

0.12

8.0

10C

21

9T 13T 9C

4T

32C

Sanford

37

10

3

4

5

2

16

19.5

4.3

0.6

0.76

2.1

0.41

6.3

10

14

15

18

15

5T

25

Coleman

26

6

2

3

5

2

16

18.8

2.7

0.8

0.71

1.2

0.32

6.1

6C

11C

5C

8C

6C

2C

16C

Melvin

34

10

4

3

4

4

14

22.2

4.6

1.1

1

1.5

0.85

5.9

13

19

10

13

15

7

30

Humphrey

17

6

2

1

2

2

6

7.4

1.4

0.3

0.11

0.7

0.33

2.2

10

15

6

6

10

5

28

Mosby

23

5

2

2

2

1

10

7.0

1.5

0.1

0.33

0.7

0.04

1.9

5C

9

5

6

13

3

13

Mann

17

4

2

1

1

0

6

5.9

0.9

0.4

0.19

0.2

0.00

1.6

8

13

4

5

9

8

19

Blue

20

4

3

3

3

0

8

5.7

0.6

0.8

0.44

0.8

0.00

1.5

4T

10C

4

4T

9

7

13C

MYSTICS

250 46

18

18

28

7

94 202.2

35

13.3 9.24

17.9

3.47

76.0

38T

84

42

55

51

29

106

250 46

23

18

25

9

96 202.2

32.7

15.4 9.26

16.9

4.56

77.1

41

94

40

51

50

31

110

14

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(0-2) Washington Mystics 2009 Playoffs All Rounds Combined FIELD GOALS

3-POINT FG

PLAYER

G

GS

MIN

FG

FGA

PCT

FG FGA

Langhorne

2

2

79

14

20

0.700

0

Coleman

2

0

53

6

19

0.316

4

Harding

2

2

81

10

26

0.385

Ajavon

2

0

34

6

16

Beard

2

2

54

8

Melvin

2

2

45

7

Currie

2

2

37

Sanford

2

0

Mann

1

0

TEAM

2

OPPONENTS 2

REBOUNDS

FT

FTA

PCT

0

---

5

8

0.625

5

15

20

8

0.500

5

5

1.000

3

7

10

0

3

0.000

1

1

1.000

1

4

0.375

2

8

0.250

5

6

0.833

1

26

0.308

1

8

0.125

2

3

0.667

12

0.583

0

0

---

3

3

1.000

2

15

0.133

0

3

0.000

6

7

35

5

7

0.714

0

0

---

0

8

1

2

0.500

1

2

0.500

0

-

425

59

143

0.413

8

32

0.250

-

425

53

134

0.396

8

35

0.229

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER

FREE THROWS

PCT

MIN REB AST

TO

BL

PTS MIN

REB

SCORING

PF

DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

1

6

0

1

6

1

33

16.5

3

3

0

4

7

4

21

10.5

5

8

6

0

3

10

0

21

10.5

4

5

3

6

0

4

2

0

19

9.5

1

3

4

5

6

0

2

0

0

19

9.5

2

4

6

4

10

1

2

7

1

17

8.5

0.857

8

7

15

1

8

0

4

3

1

10

5.0

2

0.000

3

2

4

3

10

1

0

2

1

10

5.0

0

---

1

0

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

3

3.0

27

35

0.771

25

46

71

28

56

2

20

39

8

153

76.5

55

64

0.859

26

51

77

34

43

0

22

36

11

169

84.5

CAREER HIGHS (C=SET, T=TIED THIS SEASON)

AVERAGE PER GAME

ST

MISCELLANEOUS

OFF DEF TOT AST

AST STL

TO

BLK PTS

FG

FGA

FT

FTA REB AST

PTS

Langhorne

41

10

1

1

3

1

18 39.5

10

0.5

0.5

3

0.5

16.5

7C

11C

4C

6C

10C

1C

18C

Coleman

29

8

2

2

4

4

16 26.5

5

1.5

0

3.5

2

10.5

5C

15C

3C

3C

8C

2C

16C

Harding

42

4

5

2

6

0

11 40.5

2.5

4

0.5

5

0

10.5

5C

14C

1C

1C

4C

5C

11C

Ajavon

20

4

2

2

2

0

10

17

2.5

1.5

0

1

0

9.5

3C

11C

3C

4C

4C

2C

10C

Beard

28

3

3

2

0

0

10

27

2

2.5

0

0

0

9.5

9

21

7

7

9

5

22

Melvin

27

4

4

2

4

1

9

22.5

3

2

0

3.5

0.5

8.5

6

16

11

14

12

4T

21

Currie

25

14

1

4

3

1

8

18.5

7.5

0.5

0

1.5

0.5

5

1C

10C

6C

7C

14C

1C

8C

Sanford

20

3

2

0

2

1

6

17.5

2.5

1.5

0

1

0.5

5

3T

9

3

6

9

2C

8

8

3

2

Mann

8

1

0

0

1

0

3

1

0

0

1

0

TEAM

225

43

17

11

23

5

79 212.5

35.5

14

0

19.5

4

OPPONENTS 225

45

18

11

18

8

88 212.5

38.5

17

0

18

5.5

76.5 31C 84.5

35

4

0T

0T

1T

1

5

74C

22

26

48

20

79T

72

32C

38T

46

22

96

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2008 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE (10-24) WASHINGTON MYSTICS FIELD GOALS PLAYER Beard McWilliams-Frank Currie Humphrey (TOT) Humphrey (WAS) Sanford Miller Langhorne Smith (TOT) Smith (WAS) Blue Gardner Koehn Murphy (TOT) Murphy (WAS) Mosby Jacobs Vaughn Wecker MYSTICS OPPONENTS

G 33 26 34 30 8 34 34 34 29 28 26 22 30 17 2 24 6 15 9 34 34

PLAYER Beard McWilliams-Frank Currie Humphrey (TOT) Humphrey (WAS) Sanford Miller Langhorne Smith (TOT) Smith (WAS) Blue Gardner Koehn Murphy (TOT) Murphy (WAS) Mosby Jacobs Vaughn Wecker MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 4 59 32 35 10 77 46 53 10 10 15 23 4 13 3 17 1 4 4 362 306

GS 33 26 34 23 7 28 6 6 4 4 22 0 0 3 0 1 3 0 0 -

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 1092 862 972 509 212 795 710 529 393 392 537 178 144 138 11 183 82 78 48 6825 6825

FG 187 147 135 96 34 90 77 68 39 39 33 22 24 14 1 20 3 3 2 885 929

FGA 474 280 337 206 82 199 217 109 110 110 102 58 61 48 3 51 12 19 17 2131 2096

PCT 0.395 0.525 0.401 0.466 0.415 0.452 0.355 0.624 0.355 0.355 0.324 0.379 0.393 0.292 0.333 0.392 0.25 0.158 0.118 0.415 0.443

FG 51 7 24 26 11 0 15 0 14 14 14 0 23 5 0 0 3 0 1 163 180

FGA 144 25 64 68 29 0 53 0 38 38 32 0 55 20 1 0 10 2 7 460 528

PCT 0.354 0.28 0.375 0.382 0.379 --0.283 --0.368 0.368 0.438 --0.418 0.25 0 --0.3 0 0.143 0.354 0.341

FT 107 46 109 31 10 49 10 28 29 29 19 13 0 4 0 8 1 6 0 435 563

FTA 146 63 132 39 17 123 16 51 36 36 25 24 2 6 0 12 2 10 0 659 760

TOT 118 191 141 112 49 193 85 136 28 28 41 50 11 26 3 53 7 15 11 1132 1093

AST 117 41 86 31 9 40 47 15 25 25 73 6 3 8 1 2 11 0 7 483 542

PF 111 62 121 91 32 138 63 54 43 43 59 26 9 19 1 20 7 6 5 757 708

DQ 2 0 2 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 5

STL 55 44 30 17 4 21 26 15 14 14 19 3 0 6 0 2 3 2 3 241 314

TO 106 75 87 45 21 83 58 36 34 34 42 11 10 11 2 12 8 10 7 637 530

BLK 19 25 12 8 2 11 5 6 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 7 0 2 0 93 146

PTS 532 347 403 249 89 229 179 164 121 121 99 57 71 37 2 48 10 12 5 2368 2601

AVG 16.1 13.3 11.9 8.3 11.1 6.7 5.3 4.8 4.2 4.3 3.8 2.6 2.4 2.2 1 2 1.7 0.8 0.6 69.6 76.5

PCT 0.733 0.73 0.826 0.795 0.588 0.398 0.625 0.549 0.806 0.806 0.76 0.542 0 0.667 --0.667 0.5 0.6 --0.66 0.741

REBOUNDS DEF 114 132 109 77 39 116 39 83 18 18 26 27 7 13 0 36 6 11 7 770 787

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER Beard McWilliams-Frank Currie Humphrey (TOT) Humphrey (WAS) Sanford Miller Langhorne Smith (TOT) Smith (WAS) Blue Gardner Koehn Murphy (TOT) Murphy (WAS) Mosby Jacobs Vaughn Wecker MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN REB AST ST TO 39 8 9 7 8 40 13 5 4 5 40 8 7 3 6 32 10 5 5 5 32 10 5 2 5 35 11 5 4 6 37 5 4 3 4 27 12 4 3 3 30 4 3 2 4 30 4 3 2 4 30 6 6 4 4 17 6 1 1 2 16 3 1 0 2 24 5 2 2 4 7 2 1 0 2 20 7 1 1 2 26 4 4 1 3 12 4 0 1 3 8 2 3 1 2 225 44 4 19 24 225 39 6 15 26

AVERAGE PER GAME BL 3 5 3 2 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 8 12

PTS 33 31 28 28 15 15 15 17 12 12 13 10 12 13 2 11 4 4 3 93 99

PLAYER Beard McWilliams-Frank Currie Humphrey (TOT) Humphrey (WAS) Sanford Miller Langhorne Smith (TOT) Smith (WAS) Blue Gardner Koehn Murphy (TOT) Murphy (WAS) Mosby Jacobs Vaughn Wecker MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN REB AST STL TO BLK PTS 33.1 3.6 3.5 1.67 3.2 0.58 16.1 33.2 7.3 1.6 1.69 2.9 0.96 13.3 28.6 4.1 2.5 0.88 2.6 0.35 11.9 17.6 3.7 1 0.57 1.5 0.27 8.3 26.5 6.1 1.1 0.5 2.6 0.25 11.1 23.4 5.7 1.2 0.62 2.4 0.32 6.7 20.9 2.5 1.4 0.76 1.7 0.15 5.3 15.6 4 0.4 0.44 1.1 0.18 4.8 13.6 1 0.9 0.48 1.2 0.07 4.2 14 1 0.9 0.5 1.2 0.07 4.3 20.7 1.6 2.8 0.73 1.6 0.08 3.8 8.1 2.3 0.3 0.14 0.5 0 2.6 4.8 0.4 0.1 0 0.3 0 2.4 8.1 1.5 0.5 0.35 0.6 0.12 2.2 5.5 1.5 0.5 0 1 0 1 7.6 2.2 0.1 0.08 0.5 0.29 2 13.7 1.2 1.8 0.5 1.3 0 1.7 5.2 1 0 0.13 0.7 0.13 0.8 5.3 1.2 0.8 0.33 0.8 0 0.6 200.7 33.3 14 7.09 18.7 2.74 69.6 200.7 32.1 15 9.24 15.6 4.29 76.5

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Date

Opponent

Team/OppHome Road Total

High Scoring

High Rebounds

High Assists

Opponent Scoring Atten.

17-May

@Indiana

L

53- 64

0-0

0-1

0-1

Sanford-14

Sanford-11

Blue-5

Douglas-24

10,533

22-May

@New York

L

60- 79

0-0

0-2

0-2

McWilliams-Frank-26

McWilliams-Frank-12

Blue-3

Christon-17

7,071

25-May

HOUSTON

W

69- 66

1-0

0-2

1-2

Beard-16

Sanford-9

Currie-4

Thompson-17

10,441

27-May

ATLANTA

W

80- 74

2-0

0-2

2-2

Beard-25

McWilliams-Frank-9

Beard-5

Lennox-29

6,231

31-May

LOS ANGELES

L

59- 70

2-1

0-2

2-3

Currie-15

Sanford-10

Beard-4

Leslie-17

11,517

Jacobs-4 3-Jun

@Phoenix

L

93- 98

2-1

0-3

2-4

Beard-33

McWilliams-Frank-9

Beard-7

Taurasi-29

7,561

6-Jun

@San Antonio

L

52- 63

2-1

0-4

2-5

Beard-13

McWilliams-Frank-8

Currie-4

Hammon-20

6,579

8-Jun

@Connecticut

L

79- 87

2-1

0-5

2-6

Currie-28

Currie-6

Beard-5

Jones-16

7,174

Sanford-6 11-Jun

SACRAMENTO

L

76- 79

2-2

0-5

2-6

McWilliams-Frank-23

Langhorne-10

Beard-7

Powell-28

6,146

13-Jun

@Chicago

W

64- 57

2-2

1-5

3-7

Beard-22

Currie-7

Beard-3

Perkins-17

2,600

Currie-6

Maiga-Ba-15

7,054

Sanford-3 18-Jun

@Houston

W

67- 63

2-2

2-5

4-7

Beard-23

McWilliams-Frank-5 Beard-5

20-Jun

ATLANTA

W

72- 61

3-2

2-5

5-7

Beard-18

Currie-8

Blue-6

Lennox-18

7,448

24-Jun

PHOENIX

L

90- 98

3-3

2-5

5-8

McWilliams-Frank-3

McWilliams-Frank-8

Beard-6

Taurasi-31

6,662

Blue-6 26-Jun

@Los Angeles

W

77- 74(OT) 3-3

3-5

6-8

Currie-24

McWilliams-Frank-1

Sanford-5

Parker-17

8,144

29-Jun

@Seattle

L

49- 64

3-3

3-6

6-9

Beard-16

Currie-6

Beard-3

Bird-14

7,965

1-Jul

@Sacramento

L

81- 87

3-3

3-7

6-10

Beard-31

McWilliams-Frank-5

Currie-7

Penicheiro-17

5,705

McWilliams-

Hammon-28

10,439

Sanford-5 6-Jul

SAN ANTONIO

L

75- 83

3-4

3-7

6-11

Beard-20

Currie-8 McWilliams-Frank-8

8-Jul

INDIANA

W

50- 48

4-4

3-7

7-11

McWilliams-Frank-20

Sanford-11

Beard-3

Hoffman-16

7,587

11-Jul

@Detroit

L

66- 79

4-4

3-8

7-12

Miller-15

McWilliams-Frank-8

Blue-3

K. Smith-23

8,596

13-Jul

CONNECTICUT W

69- 64

5-4

3-8

8-12

Blue-13

Sanford-11

Blue-5

Whalen-33

9,610

17-Jul

@New York

56- 77

5-4

3-9

8-13

Beard-15

McWilliams-Frank-9

Beard-6

Battle-15

8,344

L

Sanford-9 18-Jul

DETROIT

L

62- 99

5-5

3-9

8-14

McWilliams-Frank-13

McWilliams-Frank-8

Currie-3

Nolan-26

6,834

20-Jul

SEATTLE

W

89- 57

6-5

3-9

9-14

McWilliams-Frank-22

Mosby-7

Beard-9

Gearlds-13

8,543

23-Jul

NEW YORK

L

73- 80

6-6

3-9

9-15

McWilliams-Frank-19

Sanford-10

Beard-4

Jackson-14

16,121

25-Jul

@Atlanta

W

81- 75

6-6

4-9

10-15 McWilliams-Frank-11

McWilliams-Frank-12

Currie-6

Castro Marques-2

3 8,729

27-Jul

CONNECTICUT L

60- 82

6-7

4-9

10-16 McWilliams-Frank-11

Blue-6

Miller-4

Jones-27

9,357

McWilliams-Frank-6 29-Aug

CHICAGO

L

75- 79

6-8

4-9

10-17 Beard-18

Humphrey-9

Beard-5

Perkins-28

10,043

30-Aug

@Minnesota

L

78- 92

6-8

4-10

10-18 Beard-27

Currie-7

Tied with-2

Wiggins-22

6,980

Sanford-7 2-Sep

INDIANA

L

68- 79

6-9

4-10

10-19

Beard-17

Sanford-6

Currie-4

Catchings-26

7,244

6-Sep

DETROIT

L

69- 84

6-10

4-10

10-20

Currie-15

Gardner-5

Humphrey-5

McWilliams-Frank

-2 9,976

Sanford-5 9-Sep

@Chicago

L

59- 78

6-10

4-11

10-21 Humphrey-15

Humphrey-10

Blue-5

Perkins-17

3,087

11-Sep

@Detroit

L

66- 78

6-10

4-12

10.22 Currie-16

Humphrey-9

Currie-3

Nolan-17

8,145

Beard-16 13-Sep

@Connecticut

L

81- 87

6-10

4-13

10.23 Currie-23

Langhorne-12

Blue-3

Phillips-18

8,652

14-Sep

MINNESOTA

L

70- 96

6-10

4-13

10.24 Beard-17

Langhorne-6

Miller-4

Houston-18

10,438

Humphrey-6

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2007 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON THROUGH AUGUST (16-18) FIELD GOALS PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Sanford Currie (TOT) Currie (WAS) James Teasley C. Miller Blue Mosby Lovelace Goring Koehn Robinson Leuchanka MYSTICS OPPONENTS

G 33 34 3 34 33 31 31 33 30 30 28 9 21 28 2 6 34 34

GS 33 34 3 31 24 22 9 33 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 -

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Sanford Currie (TOT) Currie (WAS) James Teasley C. Miller Blue Mosby Lovelace Goring Koehn Robinson Leuchanka MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 25 45 7 100 45 42 15 19 20 13 25 6 16 0 0 2 335 383

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 1169 1141 82 994 832 771 401 746 455 420 279 105 156 109 44 29 6900 6900

FG 224 165 9 123 106 98 52 51 47 35 30 9 19 13 1 1 877 924

FGA 539 473 26 232 241 214 134 152 116 108 62 21 45 36 6 6 2170 2216

PCT 0.416 0.349 0.346 0.530 0.440 0.458 0.388 0.336 0.405 0.324 0.484 0.429 0.422 0.361 0.167 0.167 0.404 0.417

FG 47 28 0 0 14 12 18 28 10 6 0 2 0 12 0 0 163 175

FGA 146 119 2 0 41 30 50 85 25 27 1 7 1 33 2 0 528 520

PCT 0.322 0.235 0 --0.341 0.400 0.36 0.329 0.400 0.222 0 0.286 0 0.364 0 --0.309 0.337

FT 127 98 16 129 128 117 45 42 16 31 23 4 16 2 0 2 668 616

FTA 150 116 19 194 163 148 53 45 16 37 28 8 21 2 0 2 839 801

TOT 139 217 20 242 133 121 49 73 49 63 78 13 41 8 2 3 1118 1208

AST 99 55 0 23 58 54 34 109 25 48 10 2 3 5 2 3 472 549

PF 105 107 13 141 95 92 43 80 45 55 22 13 28 8 4 7 763 762

DQ 2 2 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 12

STL 64 52 6 27 24 23 25 23 19 22 8 4 5 0 2 2 282 256

TO 94 121 2 88 51 47 28 62 29 37 19 7 4 3 1 3 571 579

BLK 24 38 0 28 7 7 4 6 2 5 6 0 12 0 1 0 133 103

PTS 622 456 34 375 354 325 167 172 120 107 83 24 54 40 2 4 2585 2639

AVG 18.8 13.4 11.3 11 10.7 10.5 5.4 5.2 4 3.6 3 2.7 2.6 1.4 1 0.7 76 77.6

PCT 0.847 0.845 0.842 0.665 0.785 0.791 0.849 0.933 1 0.838 0.821 0.500 0.762 1 --1 0.796 0.769

REBOUNDS DEF 114 172 13 142 88 79 34 54 29 50 53 7 25 8 2 1 783 825

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Sanford Currie (TOT) Currie (WAS) James Teasley C. Miller Blue Mosby Lovelace Goring Koehn Robinson Leuchanka MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN 45 42 36 39 42 42 29 37 30 24 31 21 19 17 23 12 225 225

REB 7 14 11 15 11 11 6 7 4 9 13 3 6 2 1 2 49 50

AST 6 6 0 3 5 5 5 10 4 7 3 1 1 1 2 1 22 25

ST 5 6 3 3 5 5 5 2 2 5 1 1 1 0 2 1 21 16

TO 7 9 1 7 4 4 3 4 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 3 26 32

AVERAGE PER GAME BL

3 3 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 3 0 1 0 8 6

PTS 29 24 22 25 25 25 17 15 16 12 13 9 7 9 2 2 106 101

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Sanford Currie (TOT) Currie (WAS) James Teasley C. Miller Blue Mosby Lovelace Goring Koehn Robinson Leuchanka MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN 35.4 33.6 27.3 29.2 25.2 24.9 12.9 22.6 15.2 14 10 11.7 7.4 3.9 22 4.8 202.9 202.9

REB 4.2 6.4 6.7 7.1 4 3.9 1.6 2.2 1.6 2.1 2.8 1.4 2 0.3 1 0.5 32.9 35.5

AST 3 1.6 0 0.7 1.8 1.7 1.1 3.3 0.8 1.6 0.4 0.2 0.1 0.2 1 0.5 13.9 16.1

STL 1.94 1.53 2 0.79 0.73 0.74 0.81 0.07 0.63 0.73 0.29 0.44 0.24 0 1 0.33 8.29 7.53

TO 2.8 3.6 0.7 2.6 1.5 1.5 0.9 1.9 1 1.2 0.7 0.8 0.2 0.1 0.5 0.5 16.8 17

BLK 0.73 1.12 0 0.82 0.21 0.23 0.13 0.18 0.07 0.17 0.21 0 0.57 0 0.5 0 3.91 3.03

PTS 18.8 13.4 11.3 11 10.7 10.5 5.4 5.2 4 3.6 3 2.7 2.6 1.4 1 0.7 76 77.6

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OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP

HOME

ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING

HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

19-May

CONNECTICUT

L 80- 89

0-1

0-0

0-1

Melvin-22

Melvin-11

Teasley-7

Sales-20

8,042

22-May

SACRAMENTO

L 52- 70

0-2

0-0

0-2

Beard-17

Sanford-6

Teasley-7

Griffith-11

7,553

Walker-11 24-May

@New York

L 76- 81

0-2

0-1

0-3

Beard-23

Milton-Jones-8

Teasley-5

Christon-17

10,610

Thorn-17 30-May

@Detroit

L 79- 94

0-2

0-2

0-4

Milton-Jones-18

Sanford-8

James-3

Cash-21

7,915

Dupree-19

6,391

Milton-Jones-3 1-Jun

CHICAGO

L 70- 75

0-3

0-2

0-5

Beard-19

Milton-Jones-7

James-5

Mosby-7

Perkins-19

3-Jun

@Indiana

L 66- 70

0-3

0-3

0-6

James-17

Beard-5

James-4

White-20

6,972

8-Jun

INDIANA

L 69- 74

0-4

0-3

0-7

Beard-23

Sanford-9

Teasley-5

Catchings-24

7,110

12-Jun

@New York

L 69- 79

0-4

0-4

0-8

Milton-Jones-20

Milton-Jones-9

Teasley-3

Christon-16

6,267

13-Jun

PHOENIX

W 86- 69

1-4

0-4

1-8

Currie-25

Sanford-9

Beard-6

Taurasi-28

6,838

15-Jun

LOS ANGELES

L 80- 89

1-5

0-4

1-9

Currie-20

Milton-Jones-8

Beard-4

C. Thomas-25

8,570

20-Jun

@Phoenix

W106-101

1-5

1-4

2-9

Beard-29

Mosby-13

Blue-5

Taurasi-25

6,047

Beard-5 22-Jun

@Houston

L 85- 95

1-5

1-5

2-10

Milton-Jones-24

Sanford-11

Beard-6

Thompson-23

7,425

23-Jun

@Chicago

W 99- 86

1-5

2-5

3-10

Milton-Jones-22

Sanford-9

Beard-6

Dupree-26

3,617

26-Jun

@Connecticut

W 91- 75

1-5

3-5

4-10

Beard-20

Mosby-6

Currie-5

Douglas-19

6,353

Milton-Jones-5 29-Jun

DETROIT

W 65- 64

2-5

3-5

5-10

Milton-Jones-19

Sanford-11

Beard-5

Nolan-26

7,407

1-Jul

INDIANA

L 62- 69

3-6

3-5

5-11

Beard-16

Milton-Jones-14

Beard-4

Catchings-14

7,233

White-14 3-Jul

SAN ANTONIO

L 79- 84

2-7

3-5

5-12

Beard-26

Milton-Jones-6

Beard-6

Young-24

6,639

Sanford-6 7-Jul

@Chicago

W 77- 73

2-7

4-5

6-12

Beard-25

Beard-7

Teasley-5

Dupree-24

3,161

10-Jul

MINNESOTA

W 91- 83 (OT)

3-7

4-5

7-12

Sanford-25

Sanford-10

Currie-4

Abrosimova-20

6,147

Thompson-14

13,997

Beard-4 18-Jul

HOUSTON

W 65- 58

4-7

4-5

8-12

Currie-16

Currie-11

Currie-3

Beard-16

Milton-Jones-11

Teasley-3

20-Jul

@Minnesota

W 91- 87 (OT)

4-7

5-5

9-12

Currie-18

Milton-Jones-9

Currie-2

Augustus-33

5,771

21-Jul

@Detroit

L 58- 66

4-7

5-6

9-13

Beard-16

Blue-9

Blue-4

K. Smith-13

8,655

24-Jul

SEATTLE

W 97- 96 (OT)

5-7

5-6

10-13

Beard-27

Currie-11

Teasley-10

Jackson-47

7,036

28-Jul

DETROIT

L 64- 76

5-8

5-6

10-14

Milton-Jones-17

Milton-Jones-7

Blue-7

K. Smith-21

8,700

31-Jul

@Indiana

L 57- 66

5-8

5-7

10-15

Beard-15

Sanford-9

Tied with-1

White-20

6,012

3-Aug

NEW YORK

W 80- 68

6-8

5-7

11-15

Beard-24

Milton-Jones-10

Teasley-5

McCarville-15

6,801

5-Aug

CHICAGO

W 71- 66

7-8

5-7

12-15

Milton-Jones-20

Milton-Jones-10

Milton-Jones-6

Dupree-18

8,395

7-Aug

@San Antonio

W 77- 73

7-8

6-7

13-15

Beard-19

Sanford-9

Currie-3

Young-26

7,210

9-Aug

@Los Angeles

W 80- 75

7-8

7-7

14-15

Beard-22

Milton-Jones-8

Beard-6

McWilliams-Frank-1

8,510

C. Thomas-14 11-Aug

@Seattle

L 68- 91

7-8

7-8

14-16

Currie-13

Milton-Jones-8

Beard-13 12-Aug

@Sacramento

L 82- 86 (OT)

7-8

7-9

14-17

Beard-25

Milton-Jones-3

Lennox-34

8,443

Powell-28

7,695

Beard-3 Sanford-12

Milton-Jones-3 Beard-3

14-Aug

CONNECTICUT

W 65- 64

8-8

7-9

15-17

Beard-28

Sanford-8

Teasley-4

Dydek-17

7,054

16-Aug

NEW YORK

L 72- 73

9-9

7-9

15-18

Milton-Jones-21

Milton-Jones-7

Teasley-4

McCarville-18

8,483

Teasley-9

Douglas-21

9,518

Sanford-7 19-Aug

@Connecticut

W 76- 74

9-9

9-9

16-18

Beard-21

Sanford-15

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2006 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (18-16) PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Teasley Sanford Robinson Miller Byears James Blue Koehn Teilane MYSTICS OPPONENTS

G 32 23 34 34 34 27 34 26 21 24 32 16 34 34

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Teasley Sanford Robinson Miller Byears James Blue Koehn Teilane MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 23 23 84 13 69 18 36 37 9 7 0 11 330 321

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Teasley Sanford Robinson Miller Byears James Blue Koehn Teilane MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN 47 38 38 45 37 37 36 28 23 19 19 21 250 250

GS 32 20 34 34 19 27 4 0 0 0 0 0 -

MIN 1000 675 1003 980 888 723 658 332 156 181 151 102 6850 6850

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 126 149 89 112 140 224 76 89 134 203 52 70 55 91 50 87 7 16 13 20 12 12 16 27 770 1100 720 1041

REB 10 10 14 8 12 6 7 14 4 4 2 5 41 46

G 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Teasley Miller Sanford Melvin Robinson Blue Koehn Teilane MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 2 7 1 2 7 10 1 0 0 0 30 31

AST 98 48 45 183 36 49 59 10 3 36 8 1 576 583

SINGLE GAME HIGHS AST ST TO BL 9 5 7 2 5 5 7 5 5 4 5 3 11 5 7 2 5 4 5 3 4 4 3 0 7 3 4 1 2 4 5 1 1 2 3 1 6 4 3 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 26 18 27 8 27 15 30 7

2006 PLAYOFFS PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Teasley Miller Sanford Melvin Robinson Blue Koehn Teilane MYSTICS OPPONENTS

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 232 469 125 265 153 294 118 318 112 216 74 184 84 171 48 107 19 49 14 54 23 46 14 26 1016 2199 909 2102

GS 2 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 -

MIN 64 69 67 38 60 58 37 3 0 4 400 400

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 8 10 11 18 9 10 4 6 9 16 5 15 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 50 80 55 86

PF 92 87 109 81 118 83 73 58 13 36 16 18 784 687

PTS 30 26 25 26 25 19 12 20 13 9 12 6 96 99

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 10 36 11 29 7 21 7 15 5 15 5 15 3 8 0 1 0 0 0 1 48 141 53 140 AST 2 5 8 2 1 0 9 0 0 0 27 32

PF 6 5 5 7 5 11 8 0 0 0 47 32

PCT 0.495 0.472 0.520 0.371 0.519 0.402 0.491 0.449 0.388 0.259 0.500 0.538 0.462 0.432

FG 37 34 0 52 0 26 12 0 3 1 22 0 187 204

3-POINT FG FGA 102 79 2 151 0 92 30 0 12 12 42 0 522 553

PCT 0.363 0.430 0 0.344 --0.283 0.400 --0.250 0.083 0.524 --0.358 0.369

FT 113 51 99 76 77 25 26 16 16 25 3 1 528 635

DQ 4 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 15 3

STL 59 35 34 44 28 33 34 12 4 18 2 3 306 252

TO 90 67 62 77 72 27 49 36 10 18 5 4 542 573

BLK 25 17 26 11 21 0 4 2 2 0 2 3 113 89

PTS 614 335 405 364 301 199 206 112 57 54 71 29 2747 2657

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin Teasley Sanford Robinson Miller Byears James Blue Koehn Teilane MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN REB 31.3 4.7 29.3 4.9 29.5 6.6 28.8 2.6 26.1 6 26.8 2.6 19.4 2.7 12.8 3.3 7.4 0.8 7.5 0.8 4.7 0.4 6.4 1.7 201.5 32.4 201.5 30.6

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 149 0.758 63 0.810 151 0.656 92 0.826 125 0.616 31 0.806 29 0.897 20 0.800. 18 0.889 31 0.806 4 0.750 2 0.500 715 0.738 851 0.746 AVG 19.2 14.6 11.9 10.7 8.9 7.4 6.1 4.3 2.7 2.3 2.2 1.8 80.8 78.1

AVERAGE PER GAME AST STL TO 3.1 1.84 2.8 2.1 1.52 2.9 1.3 1 1.8 5.4 1.29 2.3 1.1 0.82 2.1 1.8 1.22 1 1.7 1 1.4 0.4 0.46 1.4 0.1 0.19 0.5 1.5 0.75 0.8 0.3 0.06 0.2 0.1 0.19 0.3 16.9 9 15.9 17.1 7.41 16.9

PCT 0.278 0.379 0.333 0.467 0.333 0.333 0.375 0 --0 0.340 0.379

FG 1 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 10

3-POINT FG FGA 5 9 9 2 1 0 5 1 0 0 32 41

PCT 0.200 0.444 0 0.500 0 --0.400 0 ----0.250 0.244

FT 9 2 6 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 22 28

DQ 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

STL 6 3 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 15 13

TO 4 6 7 4 2 5 1 0 0 0 29 30

BLK 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 13

PTS 30 28 20 16 13 11 8 0 0 0 126 144

BLK 0.78 0.74 0.76 0.32 0.62 0 0.12 0.08 0.1 0 0.06 0.19 3.32 2.62

PTS 19.2 14.6 11.9 10.7 8.9 7.4 6.1 4.3 2.7 2.3 2.2 1.8 80.8 78.1

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 10 0.900 2 1 7 0.857 4 0.250 11 0.273 4 0.250 0 --0 --0 --0 --38 0.579 45 0.622 AVG 15 14 10 8 6.5 5.5 4 0 0 0 63 72

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2006 GAME-BY-GAME WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE DATE

OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP

HOME

ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING

HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

23-May

NEW YORK

W 95-60

1-0

0-0

1-0

Beard-25

Sanford-8

Teasley-7

Christon-18

6460

25-May

@Charlotte

L 63-73

1-0

0-1

1-1

Beard-11

Sanford-8

Teasley-6

Sutton-Brown-16

3,527

27-May

MINNESOTA

W 90-75

2-0

0-1

2-1

Beard-25

Byears-14

Teasley-9

Augustus-23

6,598

3-Jun

DETROIT

W 92-68

3-0

0-1

3-1

Milton-Jones-21

Beard-7

Teasley-5

Cash-15

5,897

Blue-5 6-Jun

HOUSTON

W 93-79

4-0

0-1

4-1

Beard-22

Melvin-5

Teasley-11

Hodges-21

5,892

7-Jun

@Indiana

L 70-83

4-0

0-2

4-2

Beard-18

Sanford-5

Teasley-4

Catchings-26

6,562

11-Jun

@Connecticut

L 71-85

4-0

0-3

4-3

Beard-29

Beard-6

Teasley-7

Douglas-26

6,339

13-Jun

CHARLOTTE

W 87-70

5-0

0-3

5-3

Teasley-19

Byears-7

Teasley-6

Smith-24

8,004

15-Jun

@Charlotte

W 96-77

5-0

1-3

6-3

Milton-Jones-17

Milton-Jones-10

Teasley-5

Currie-22

4,523

Beard-9

Beard-4

Christon-16

7,803

Teasley-17 17-Jun

NEW YORK

W 88-70

6-0

1-3

7-3

Beard-26 Teasley-26

21-Jun

@New York

L 66-72

6-0

1-4

7-4

Beard-20

Teasley-4 Melvin-8

Teasley-4

Hammon-23

8,094

Melvin-7

Beard-5

Cash-19

6,932

Melvin-5

Jones-15

7,216

Teasley-5

McWilliamsFrank-15

Melvin-20 24-Jun

@Detroit

L 86-92

6-0

1-5

7-5

Beard-20

Sanford-7 25-Jun

CONNECTICUT

W 87-80

7-0

1-5

8-5

Melvin-25

Melvin-10

Sales-15 27-Jun

INDIANA

L 67-74

7-1

1-5

8-6

Beard-24

Beard-10

Teasley-7

Whitmore-22

6,003

29-Jun

@Houston

L 76-83

7-1

1-6

8-7

Melvin-20

Beard-6

Beard-4

Thompson-22

11,315

Melvin-6

Miller-4 Melvin-5

Holdsclaw-23

8,663

Teasley-6

Pondexter-25

6,847

Sanford-6 1-Jul

@Los Angeles

L 75-80

7-1

1-7

8-8

Sanford-16

Melvin-9 Sanford-9

2-Jul

@Phoenix

W 81-78

7-1

2-7

9-8

Melvin-20

Byears-8 Teasley-8 Sanford-8

5-Jul

@Minnesota

L 74-84

7-1

2-8

9-9

Teasley-20

Melvin-9

Teasley-9

Augustus-25

5,108

7-Jul

SACRAMENTO

L 60-73

7-2

2-8

9-10

Beard-15

Melvin-8

Beard-3

Lawson-12

7,847

Melvin-3

Powell-12

Teasley-3 9-Jul

CHICAGO

W 89-83

8-2

2-8

10-10

0 Sanford-25

Melvin-10

Teasley-6

Lassiter-17

7,618

Ngoyisa-17 16-Jul

@Chicago

W 83-75

8-2

3-8

11-10

0 Sanford-20

Melvin-14

Teasley-9

Dales-15

2,983

19-Jul

PHOENIX

L 83-96

8-3

3-8

11-11

1 Beard-23

Melvin-12

Teasley-7

Miller-22

15,103

Taylor-22 21-Jul

@San Antonio

W 80-77

8-3

4-8

12-11

1 Beard-18

Sanford-9

Teasley-9

Bibrzycka-19

7,750

23-Jul

SEATTLE

L 71-73

8-4

4-8

12-11

2 Beard-30

Melvin-11

Robinson-4

Jackson-18

7,911

Sanford-4 25-Jul

@Connecticut

L 73-86

8-4

4-9

12-13

3 Milton-Jones-17

Melvin-8

Tied with-2

Douglas-28

6,535

27-Jul

CHICAGO

W 92-74

9-4

4-9

13-13

3 Beard-26

Melvin-8

Miller-7

Dales-18

9,290

Ngoyisa-18 29-Jul

@Indiana

W 74-67

9-4

5-9

14-13

3 Beard-21

Melvin-9

Melvin-3

White-18

7,272

30-Jul

CHARLOTTE

W 78-73

10-4

5-9

15-13

3 Milton-Jones-26

Milton-Jones-9

Teasley-5

Currie-16

6,502

1-Aug

LOS ANGELES

W 84-74

11-4

5-9

16-13

3 Beard-29

Beard-9

Teasley-6

Holdsclaw-12

5,894

Thomas-12 3-Aug

@Seattle

L 78-86

11-4

5-10

16-14

4 Beard-23

Melvin-4

Teasley-5

Jackson-27

9,340

Beard-9

Lawson-17

8,340

Milton-Jones-4 Miller-4 5-Aug

@Sacramento

L 95-99 (2 OT)

11-4

5-11

16-15

5 Beard-23

Beard-6 Milton-Jones-6

Griffith-17

8-Aug

SAN ANTONIO

W 91-79

12-4

5-11

17-15

5 Beard-22

Melvin-11

Teasley-11

Young-20

7,089

11-Aug

DETROIT

W 78-66

13-4

5-11

18-15

5 Milton-Jones-23

Sanford-12

Melvin-4

Nolan-12

9,128

Smith-12 13-Aug

@New York

L 81-93

13-4

5-12

18-16

6 Beard-29

Sanford-9

Blue-3

Christon-22

11,907

Kraayeveld-22

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G 30 33 34 34 34 34 30 27 34 12 8 2 3 34 34

GS 30 30 34 34 34 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 -

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin T. Johnson Smith-Taylor Miller Koehn Sanford Page Chones Jackson Brown Amachree MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 25 45 82 13 34 24 4 15 21 2 1 0 0 266 267

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 1015 1069 1050 973 1036 500 229 293 589 61 68 14 3 6900 6900

FG 155 138 150 125 87 68 37 29 47 6 4 1 0 847 833

FGA 408 331 305 273 190 160 79 60 119 14 26 2 1 1968 1872

PCT 0.38 0.417 0.492 0.458 0.458 0.425 0.468 0.483 0.395 0.429 0.154 0.500 0 0.430 0.445

FG 32 39 4 13 42 9 35 0 6 0 1 0 0 181 150

FGA 101 119 16 43 100 24 75 0 22 0 9 1 0 510 433

PCT 0.317 0.328 0.250 0.302 0.420 0.375 0.467 --0.273 --0.111 0 --0.355 0.346

FT 80 79 93 52 30 8 4 30 8 2 0 0 2 388 489

FTA 105 99 138 66 46 10 5 62 8 3 2 0 2 546 648

TOT 130 172 199 104 128 59 11 45 83 6 6 0 0 943 1024

AST 90 58 25 177 71 44 10 6 25 1 10 0 0 517 545

PF 87 117 113 99 93 53 15 50 56 9 5 0 0 697 638

DQ 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 6

STL 45 57 31 44 22 26 2 10 15 1 5 2 0 260 205

TO 63 75 61 88 46 28 6 17 23 4 4 2 0 434 504

BLK 9 18 14 1 11 3 0 11 9 0 0 0 0 76 108

PTS 422 394 397 315 246 153 113 88 108 14 9 2 2 2263 2305

AVG 14.1 11.9 11.7 9.3 7.2 4.5 3.8 3.3 3.2 1.2 1.1 1 0.7 66.6 67.8

PCT 0.762 0.798 0.674 0.788 0.652 0.800 0.800 0.484 1 0.667 0 --1 0.711 0.755

REBOUNDS DEF 105 127 117 91 94 35 7 30 62 4 5 0 0 677 757

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin T. Johnson Smith-Taylor Miller Koehn Sanford Page Chones Jackson Brown Amachree MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN 48 42 46 38 42 24 25 23 36 17 18 13 1 250 250

REB 8 8 10 6 9 7 3 5 7 2 3 0 0 50 50

AST 7 7 2 11 6 5 2 1 4 1 6 0 0 39 44

ST 7 4 3 3 3 4 1 2 2 1 2 2 0 14 10

TO 5 6 3 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 0 20 25

AVERAGE PER GAME BL 2 3 4 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 10 8

PTS 27 21 30 21 17 10 15 8 10 5 5 2 2 88 84

PLAYER Beard Milton-Jones Melvin T. Johnson Smith-Taylor Miller Koehn Sanford Page Chones Jackson Brown Amachree MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN REB 33.8 4.3 32.4 5.2 30.9 5.9 28.6 3.1 30.5 3.8 14.7 1.7 7.6 0.4 10.9 1.7 17.3 2.4 5.1 0.5 8.5 0.8 7 0 1 0 202.9 27.7 202.9 30.1

AST 3 1.8 0.7 5.2 2.1 1.3 0.3 0.2 0.7 0.1 1.3 0 0 15.2 16

STL 1.5 1.73 0.91 1.29 0.65 0.76 0.07 0.37 0.44 0.08 0.63 1 0 7.65 6.03

TO 2.1 2.3 1.8 2.6 1.4 0.8 0.2 0.6 0.7 0.3 0.5 1 0 12.8 14.8

BLK 0.3 0.55 0.41 0.03 0.32 0.09 0 0.41 0.26 0 0 0 0 2.24 3.18

PTS 14.1 11.9 11.7 9.3 7.2 4.5 3.8 3.3 3.2 1.2 1.1 1 0.7 66.6 67.8

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OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP

HOME

ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING

HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

21-May

@Charlotte

W 60- 42

0-0

1-0

Milton-Jones-11

Melvin-8

T. Johnson-3

Sam-16

9,079

1-0

Milton-Jones-3 Page-3 22-May

CONNECTICUT

L 67- 69

0-1

1-0

1-1

Melvin-15

Melvin-7

T. Johnson-7

Douglas-16

11,166

26-May

LOS ANGELES

L 75- 84

0-2

1-0

1-2

Smith-Taylor-17

Melvin-5

T. Johnson-7

Holdsclaw-27

12,243

1-Jun

NEW YORK

L 68- 77

0-3

1-0

1-3

Melvin-16

Sanford-5

T. Johnson-11

Johnson-23

11,601

3-Jun

MINNESOTA

W 74- 71

1-3

1-0

2-3

Melvin-17

Melvin-10

T. Johnson-10

Smith-20

9,620

5-Jun

@New York

L 58- 61

1-3

1-1

2-4

Milton-Jones-21

Milton-Jones-6

T. Johnson-8

Hammon-13

8,143

Christon-13 7-Jun

@San Antonio

L 62- 71

1-3

1-2

2-5

Beard-16

Melvin-9

Beard-5

Thomas-23

9,564

10-Jun

SEATTLE

W 64- 52

2-3

1-2

2-5

Beard-16

Melvin-8

T. Johnson-5

Lennox-18

10,024

Jackson-18 11-Jun

@Minnesota

L 60- 78

2-3

1-3

3-6

Beard-19

Melvin-7

T. Johnson-4

Smith-27

4,263

18-Jun

INDIANA

W 88- 78 (2 OT)

3-3

1-3

4-6

T. Johnson-21

T. Johnson-6

T. Johnson-7

Catchings-20

9,311

Milton-Jones-6 21-Jun

PHOENIX

W 77- 56

4-3

1-3

5-6

Beard-19

Melvin-9

T. Johnson-5

DeForge-18

10,980

24-Jun

@Detroit

W 69- 55

4-3

2-3

6-6

T. Johnson-15

Melvin-9

T. Johnson-4

Nolan-16

8,497

26-Jun

SACRAMENTO

L 57- 62

4-4

2-3

6-7

Beard-15

Milton-Jones-7

T. Johnson-4

Walker-24

11,081

28-Jun

@Charlotte

W 66- 61 (OT)

4-4

3-3

7-7

Beard-15

Melvin-7

T. Johnson-8

Smith-13

4,054

Beard-7

Beard-4

Smith-21

10,401 10,910

Melvin-15 30-Jun

CHARLOTTE

W 65- 50

5-4

3-3

8-7

Beard-14 T. Johnson-14

Smith-Taylor-4

7-Jul

DETROIT

L 62- 76

5-5

3-3

8-8

Melvin-14

Melvin-7

Beard-4

Ford-15

13-Jul

@Seattle

W 78- 71

5-5

3-3

9-8

Beard-15

Milton-Jones-6

Tied with-4

Castro Marques-1911,080

15-Jul

@Phoenix

L 66- 77

5-5

4-4

9-9

Beard-16

T. Johnson-6

T. Johnson-6

Taylor-31

6,116

16-Jul

@Sacramento

L 59- 73

5-5

4-5

9-10

Beard-15

Milton-Jones-6

T. Johnson-5

Griffith-17

7,803

Milton-Jones-15

Powell-17 19-Jul

@Los Angeles

W 74- 68

5-5

5-5

10-10

Milton-Jones-15

Melvin-9

T. Johnson-7

Holdsclaw-17

17,769

21-Jul

@Houston

W 70- 65

5-5

6-5

11-10

Beard-16

Beard-8

Beard-7

Snow-23

9,603

Milton-Jones-8 26-Jul

HOUSTON

L 65- 83

5-6

6-5

11-11

Beard-16

Melvin-5

T. Johnson-10

Arcain-23

16,654

28-Jul

SAN ANTONIO

W 73- 58

6-6

6-5

12-11

Beard-27

Smith-Taylor-4

Beard-6

Johnson-15

9,387

29-Jul

@Indiana

L 58- 62

6-6

6-6

12-12

T. Johnson-15

Milton-Jones-8

Tied with-3

Catchings-22

8,420

2-Aug

CHARLOTTE

W 65- 63

7-6

6-5

13-12

Melvin-17

Melvin-7

Smith-Taylor-5

Smith-25

7,655

7-Aug

INDIANA

W 61- 60

8-6

6-5

14-12

Beard-17

Melvin-7

Milton-Jones-4

Miller-16

8,794

11-Aug

CONNECTICUT

L 65- 80

8-7

6-5

14-13

Beard-18

Smith-Taylor-7

T. Johnson-5

Sales-20

6,664

14-Aug

@Connecticut

L 77- 80

8-7

6-7

14-14

Smith-Taylor-17

Smith-Taylor-9

T. Johnson-9

Sales-17

7,412

16-Aug

@New York

L 66- 72

8-7

6-8

14-15

T. Johnson-15

Beard-7

T. Johnson-3

Hammon-20

10,559

Page-3 18-Aug

@Indiana

L 57- 67

8-7

6-9

14-16

Melvin-20

Melvin-10

T. Johnson-7

Catchings-23

8,727

Milton-Jones-20 21-Aug

@Detroit

L 52- 66

8-7

6-10

14-17

Beard-20

Beard-8

T. Johnson-3

Nolan-18

11,735

23-Aug

NEW YORK

W 82- 69 (OT)

9-7

6-10

15-17

Melvin-30

Melvin-9

T. Johnson-5

Johnson-18

6,010

26-Aug

@Connecticut

L 47- 81

9-7

6-11

15-17

Milton-Jones-11

Milton-Jones-6

T. Johnson-3

Sales-20

9,341

27-Aug

DETROIT

W 76- 67

9-10

6-11

16-18

Koehn-15

Milton-Jones-8

Beard-7

Pierson-20

9,011

Milton-Jones-15

Milton-Jones-7

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2004 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (17-17) PLAYER Holdsclaw Beard Melvin Dales-Schuman Page Sanford Jackson Miller Brown Smith Chones Gortman Mystics OPPONENTS

G 23 34 34 31 33 31 25 33 26 29 13 4 34 34

PLAYER Holdsclaw Beard Melvin Dales-Schuman Page Sanford Jackson Miller Brown Smith Chones Gortman Mystics OPPONENTS

OFF 51 28 63 17 40 53 7 35 9 26 8 0 337 336

PLAYER Holdsclaw Beard Melvin Dales-Schuman Page Sanford Jackson Miller Brown Smith Chones Gortman Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN 41 40 36 36 37 39 29 34 29 22 17 13 225 225

GS 22 34 16 26 19 29 12 8 0 3 1 0

MIN 801 1025 825 782 809 653 405 637 371 403 115 24 6850 6850

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 140 191 115 143 68 131 47 64 100 140 101 154 30 37 28 63 41 50 43 69 9 17 4 4 726 1063 770 1106

REB 14 10 11 7 8 13 5 5 6 6 6 2 40 40

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 162 403 159 380 104 256 87 228 81 175 63 126 57 135 72 167 35 88 42 103 11 27 0 0 873 2088 864 2013 AST 56 91 37 78 36 18 45 43 42 15 4 2 467 534

SINGLE GAME HIGHS AST ST TO BL 5 5 8 3 6 7 6 4 4 2 5 2 10 2 3 1 8 3 3 4 4 3 3 2 6 3 3 1 5 2 5 1 7 2 4 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 4 2 1 0 1 1 21 13 19 10 26 14 23 9

PF 67 98 89 61 85 99 21 60 21 38 13 0 652 627

PTS 29 27 22 17 13 17 17 15 13 10 7 0 84 96

PCT 0.402 0.418 0.406 0.382 0.463 0.500 0.422 0.431 0.398 0.408 0.407 --0.418 0.429

FG 7 21 0 40 0 0 10 5 13 9 0 0 105 146

3-POINT FG FGA 17 56 0 119 3 0 25 19 28 16 0 0 283 425

PCT 0.412 0.375 --0.336 0 --0.400 0.263 0.464 0.563 ----0.371 0.344

FT 106 107 85 40 22 43 11 11 21 22 6 0 474 510

DQ 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

STL 39 69 15 20 25 18 20 18 13 17 1 0 255 237

TO 57 80 52 37 30 37 28 27 33 21 11 2 424 492

BLK 18 34 18 3 16 16 1 3 2 12 4 1 128 111

PTS 437 446 293 254 184 169 135 160 104 115 28 0 2325 2384

PLAYER Holdsclaw Beard Melvin Dales-Schuman Page Sanford Jackson Miller Brown Smith Chones Gortman Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN REB 34.8 8.3 30.1 4.2 24.3 3.9 25.2 2.1 24.5 4.2 21.1 5 16.2 1.5 19.3 1.9 14.3 1.9 13.9 2.4 8.8 1.3 6 1 201.5 31.3 201.5 32.5

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 132 0.803 149 0.718 111 0.766 55 0.727 40 0.550 75 0.573 16 0.688 14 0.786 24 0.875 34 0.647 11 0.545 0 --661 0.717 686 0.743 AVG 19 13.1 8.6 8.2 5.6 5.5 5.4 4.8 4 4 2.2 0 68.4 70.1

AVERAGE PER GAME AST STL TO 2.4 1.7 2.5 2.7 2.03 2.4 1.1 0.44 1.5 2.5 0.65 1.2 1.1 0.76 0.9 0.6 0.58 1.2 1.8 0.8 1.1 1.3 0.55 0.8 1.6 0.5 1.3 0.5 0.59 0.7 0.3 0.08 0.8 0.5 0 0.5 13.7 7.5 12.5 15.7 6.97 14.5

BLK 0.78 1 0.53 0.1 0.48 0.52 0.04 0.09 0.08 0.41 0.31 0.25 3.76 3.26

PTS 19 13.1 8.6 8.2 5.6 5.5 5.4 4.8 4 4 2.2 0 68.4 70.1

2004 PLAYOFFS PLAYER Beard Melvin Dales-Schuman Jackson Miller Smith Sanford Page Brown Chones Gortman MYSTICS OPPONENTS

G 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 3 3

PLAYER Beard Melvin Dales-Schuman Jackson Miller Smith Sanford Page Brown Chones Gortman MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 2 7 6 0 3 5 8 3 0 0 0 34 27

GS 3 3 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0

MIN 102 104 87 42 51 53 62 90 3 4 2 600 600

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 13 15 18 25 9 15 1 1 4 7 3 8 11 19 11 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 104 65 92

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 18 41 13 31 8 20 6 13 7 19 5 15 4 12 5 16 1 1 0 1 0 1 67 170 72 175 AST 9 6 5 4 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 31 49

PF 8 10 8 7 2 5 12 5 0 1 0 58 58

PCT 0.439 0.419 0.400 0.462 0.368 0.333 0.333 0.313 1 0 0 0.394 0.411

FG 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 7 15

3-POINT FG FGA 4 0 9 5 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 23 36

PCT 0.250 --0.111 0.600 --0.250 ----1 ----0.304 0.417

FT 13 15 10 2 2 4 5 1 0 0 0 52 56

DQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 6 1 2 0 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 17 23

TO 10 2 8 2 2 4 7 3 0 0 0 40 34

BLK 8 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 15 5

PTS 50 41 27 17 16 15 13 11 3 0 0 193 215

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 13 1 21 0.714 15 0.667 2 1 2 1 5 0.800 6 0.833 2 0.500 0 --0 --0 --66 0.788 68 0.824 AVG 16.7 13.7 9 5.7 5.3 5 4.3 3.7 1.5 0 0 64.3 71.7

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OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP

HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING

HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

22-May

CHARLOTTE

L 68-71

0-1

Holdsclaw-25

Holdsclaw-6

Miller-5

Lewis-16

18,232

Catchings-15

6,465

0-0

0-1

Melvin-6 23-May

@Indiana

W 68-67

0-1

0-1

1-1

Holdsclaw-17

Holdsclaw-10

Beard-5

25-May

LOS ANGELES

L 79-95

0-2

1-0

1-2

Holdsclaw-29

Holdsclaw-10

Dales-Schuman-8 Mabika-20

12,117

Milton-Jones-20 28-May

@Minnesota

L 62-73

0-2

1-1

1-3

Holdsclaw-16

Holdsclaw-6

Brown-4

Smith-28

6,361

Beard-3

Nolan-14

9,687

Smith-6 2-Jun

@Detroit

W 65-63

0-2

2-1

2-3

Beard-16

Holdsclaw-14

Holdsclaw-16

Dales-Schuman-3 Holdsclaw-3

4-Jun

CONNECTICUT

L 63-72

0-3

2-1

2-4

Holdsclaw-25

Holdsclaw-7

Dales-Schuman-5 Palmer-21

13,246

Beard-4

Nolan-19

13,423

Holdsclaw-3

Hammon-12

8,784

Smith-3

Robinson-12

Dales-Schuman-7 11-Jun

DETROIT

L 60-74

0-4

2-1

2-5

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-11

Holdsclaw-4 Jackson-4 13-Jun

NEW YORK

W 62-60

1-4

2-1

3-5

Melvin-15

Holdsclaw-14

17-Jun

SAN ANTONIO

W 76-60

2-4

2-1

3-5

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-10

Beard-4

Ferdinand-12

12,203

20-Jun

@Connecticut

L 65-75

2-4

2-2

3-6

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-8

Beard-4

McWilliamsFrank-1

5,298

Cash-23

7,323

Holdsclaw-4 22-Jun

@Detroit

W 78-72

2-4

3-2

5-6

Holdsclaw-27

Beard-10

Jackson-6

27-Jun

@Houston

L 67-72

2-4

3-3

5-7

Holdsclaw-20

Smith-6

Dales-Schuman-4 Holland-Corn-21

7,496

Jackson-4 30-Jun

@Connecticut

L 69-78

2-4

3-4

5-8

Holdsclaw-21

Page-8

Beard-3

McWilliamsFrank-1

Holdsclaw-3

Palmer-13

6,069

Dales-Schuman-3 Sales-13 1-Jul

INDIANA

W 69-64

3-4

3-4

6-8

Holdsclaw-25

Holdsclaw-5

Brown-2

Catchings-21

14,956

Holdsclaw-2 Smith-2 7-Jul

SEATTLE

W 72-69

4-4

3-4

7-8

Holdsclaw-23

Holdsclaw-9

Beard-4

Jackson-22

11,502

8-Jul

@New York

W 71-54

4-4

4-4

8-8

Holdsclaw-19

Holdsclaw-10

Jackson-3

Johnson-14

9,874

Feaster-20

7,594

Miller-3 10-Jul

@Charlotte

L 65-67

4-4

4-5

8-9

Melvin-22

Holdsclaw-9

Brown-3 Holdsclaw-3

15-Jul

CHARLOTTE

W 68-54

5-4

4-5

9-9

Holdsclaw-19

Holdsclaw-7

Holdsclaw-4

Feaster-14

18,436

17-Jul

@Seattle

L 83-85 (OT)

5-4

4-6

9-10

Beard-18

Holdsclaw-10

Holdsclaw-5

Jackson-33

7,867

18-Jul

@Sacramento

L 71-81

5-4

4-7

9-11

Beard-27

Holdsclaw-10

Beard-3

Smith-17

7,020

21-Jul

@Los Angeles

L 76-96

5-4

4-8

9-12

Beard-16

Holdsclaw-8

Brown-7

Mabika-21

18,997

Melvin-16 23-Jul

MINNESOTA

W 65-61

6-4

4-8

10-12

Beard-23

Sanford-8

Miller-3

Smith-19

12,648

24-Jul

@Charlotte

L 41-70

6-4

4-9

10-13

Beard-19

Miller-4

Brown-5

Staley-19

9,552

Beard-3

Cash-20

11,463

Sales-23

11,021

Sanford-4 28-Jul

DETROIT

L 65-73

6-5

4-9

10-14

Beard-20

Chones-6 Page-6

30-Jul

CONNECTICUT

W 69-68

7-5

4-9

11-14

Beard-14

Sanford-10

DalesSchuman-10

1-Aug

PHOENIX

W 82-62

8-5

4-9

12-14

Melvin-17

Beard-8

Dales-Schuman-4 P. Taylor-16

15,093

1-Sep

INDIANA

L 58-75

8-6

4-9

12-15

Melvin-19

Sanford-8

Beard-4

10,321

Catchings-16 Williams-16 Schumacher-16

4-Sep

@Indiana

L 42-69

8-6

4-10

12-16

Beard-9

Melvin-5

Dales-Schuman-3 Williams-16

9,165

7-Sep

SACRAMENTO

W 67-63 (OT)

9-6

4-10

13-16

Beard-20

Sanford-13

Beard-6

Lawson-14

9,205

9-Sep

NEW YORK

W 71-59

10-6

4-10

14-16

Beard-26

Sanford-13

Beard-5

Robinson-20

10,037

12-Sep

HOUSTON

W 75-63

11-6

4-10

15-16

Beard-21

Page-8

Sanford-4

Thompson-17

11,761

15-Sep

@San Antonio

W 84-73

11-6

5-10

16-16

Beard-22

Sanford-11

Beard-6

Goodson-20

7,551

Thomas-20 17-Sep

@Phoenix

W 74-67

11-6

6-10

17-16

Beard-23

Melvin-11

Beard-2

Taurasi-25

8,328

19-Sep

@New York

L 75-79

11-6

6-11

17-17

Beard-23

Sanford-9

Beard-5

Christon-18

15,698

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2003 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (9-25) FIELD GOALS PLAYER Holdsclaw Miller Dales-Schuman Jones Page Burgess Smith Luz Sanford Penn Brown Massaline Henning Mystics OPPONENTS

G 27 33 34 34 34 34 31 20 17 30 27 13 1 34 34

GS 27 33 31 10 34 33 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 948 1076 998 748 850 841 422 165 134 288 269 101 5 6875 6875

FG 204 172 122 121 83 50 41 19 20 31 24 7 0 896 909

FGA 480 382 298 279 220 134 120 53 40 78 72 30 1 2191 2033

PCT 0.425 0.450 0.409 0.434 0.377 0.373 0.342 0.358 0.500 0.397 0.333 0.233 0 0.409 0.447

FG 6 32 57 7 5 16 5 12 0 2 10 4 0 157 171

FGA 35 89 160 17 12 58 34 40 0 13 33 12 0 505 482

PCT 0.171 0.36 0.356 0.412 0.417 0.276 0.147 0.300 --0.154 0.303 0.333 --0.311 0.355

FT 140 37 39 41 42 15 17 9 9 22 2 2 0 381 509

FTA 155 53 55 55 56 25 34 10 20 33 3 2 0 507 691

PCT 0.903 0.698 0.709 0.745 0.75 0.6 0.5 0.9 0.45 0.667 0.667 1 --0.751 0.737

Rebounds PLAYER

OFF

DEF

TOT

AST

PF

DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

Holdsclaw

72

222

294

89

74

0

34

72

15

554

20.5

Miller

55

72

127

86

95

1

39

53

7

413

12.5

Dales-Schuman

44

57

101

114

97

2

29

72

12

340

10

Jones

62

73

135

52

109

1

16

63

25

290

8.5

Page

62

90

152

35

101

0

18

41

24

213

6.3

Burgess

24

55

79

112

47

1

27

52

1

131

3.9

Smith

21

44

65

10

44

0

11

26

9

104

3.4

Luz

2

8

10

21

16

0

6

11

2

59

3

Sanford

10

16

26

1

35

0

3

14

2

49

2.9

Penn

19

33

52

16

28

0

15

20

1

86

2.9

Brown

6

26

32

28

23

0

13

22

1

60

2.2

Massaline

5

5

10

3

4

0

1

5

0

20

1.5

Henning

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Mystics

382

703

1085

568

676

5

213

462

99

2330

68.5

OPPONENTS

334

781

1115

591

565

0

251

468

119

2498

73.5

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER Holdsclaw Miller Dales-Schuman Jones Page Burgess Smith Luz Sanford Penn Brown Massaline Henning Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN 44 40 40 42 36 41 35 19 22 32 23 18 5 250 250

REB 24 7 6 12 12 7 7 2 4 9 4 2 0 41 45

AST 7 6 8 5 5 11 2 4 1 4 4 1 0 29 26

ST 4 5 4 3 4 3 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 15 14

TO 7 4 6 4 5 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 0 21 23

AVERAGE PER GAME BL 3 2 2 3 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 9 8

PTS 34 23 20 21 19 15 10 9 10 13 9 15 0 92 97

PLAYER Holdsclaw Miller Dales-Schuman Jones Page Burgess Smith Luz Sanford Penn Brown Massaline Henning Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN REB 35.1 10.9 32.6 3.8 29.4 3 22 4 25 4.5 24.7 2.3 13.6 2.1 8.3 0.5 7.9 1.5 9.6 1.7 10 1.2 7.8 0.8 5 0 202.2 31.9 202.2 32.8

AST 3.3 2.6 3.4 1.5 1 3.3 0.3 1.1 0.1 0.5 1 0.2 0 16.7 17.4

STL 1.26 1.18 0.85 0.47 1.53 0.79 0.35 0.3 0.18 0.5 0.48 0.08 1 6.26 7.38

TO 2.7 1.6 2.1 1.9 1.2 1.5 0.8 0.6 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.4 0 13.6 13.8

BLK 0.56 0.21 0.35 0.74 0.71 0.03 0.29 0.1 0.12 0.03 0.04 0 0 2.91 3.5

PTS 20.5 12.5 10 8.5 6.3 3.9 3.4 3 2.9 2.9 2.2 1.5 0 68.5 73.5

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OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP

HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

23-May

@Charlotte

W 74-70

0-0

0-1

0-1

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-24

Dales-Schuman-8 Feaster-16

OPP SCORING

ATTEN 11,910

31-May

@Indiana

L 60-71

0-0

1-1

1-1

Page-19

Holdsclaw-12

Dales-Schuman-7 Catchings-15

18,345

1-Jun

@New York

L 57-70

0-0

1-2

1-2

Holdsclaw-10

Holdsclaw-9

Dales-Schuman-4 Whitmore-21

15,045

Page-8

Dales-Schuman-4 Melvin-13

18,133

Miller-10 6-Jun

CLEVELAND

L 53-63

0-1

1-2

1-3

Miller-15

Taylor-13 10-Jun

SAN ANTONIO W 79-72

1-1

1-2

2-3

Miller-18

Page-9

Burgess-5

Ferdinand-17

11,974

Miller-5 13-Jun

@Connecticut

L 70-84

1-1

1-3

2-4

Miller-17

Page-11

Burgess-11

S. Johnson-24

4,135

14-Jun

DETROIT

L 56-93

1-2

1-3

2-5

Jones-14

Jones-7

Jones-4

Cash-19

16,589

Page-7 18-Jun

SACRAMENTO L 61-69

1-3

1-3

2-6

Holdsclaw-17

Holdsclaw-17

Burgess-4

Griffith-22

14,056

20-Jun

@Cleveland

L 74-79

1-3

1-4

2-7

Holdsclaw-27

Holdsclaw-12

Miller-5

Thomas-18

6,119

24-Jun

CONNECTICUT L 63-65

1-4

1-4

2-8

Miller-13

Page-12

Burgess-7

Douglas-18

11,453

S. Johnson-18 29-Jun

MINNESOTA

L 50-59

1-5

1-4

2-9

Sanford-10

Jones-6

Dales-Schuman-5 Smith-19

13,684

2-Jul

@Sacramento

L 62-83

1-5

1-5

2-10

Miller-15

Holdsclaw-8

Burgess-3

Griffith-20

6,336

Dales-Schuman-3 3-Jul

@Seattle

L 72-76

1-5

1-6

2-11

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-10

Burgess-5

Jackson-25

7,042

5-Jul

@Houston

L 54-76

1-5

1-7

2-12

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-9

Burgess-3

Swoopes-23

9,379

Holdsclaw-3 7-Jul

CHARLOTTE

L 56-62

1-6

1-7

2-13

Miller-20

Holdsclaw-12

Burgess-6

Enis-15

11,691

9-Jul

LOS ANGELES L 91-97

1-7

1-7

2-14

Holdsclaw-27

Holdsclaw-8

Miller-5

Dixon-28

17,227

15-Jul

@New York

W 77-64

1-7

2-7

3-14

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-13

Holdsclaw-5

Johnson-18

13,051

17-Jul

CHARLOTTE

W 68-60

2-7

2-7

4-14

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-8

Burgess-6

Feaster-18

19,683

19-Jul

@San Antonio

W 85-77

2-7

3-7

5-14

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-9

Miller-6

Azzi-17

11,530

Dydek-17 22-Jul

@Los Angeles

L 73-77

2-7

3-8

5-15

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-17

Holdsclaw-4

Milton-23

10,429

Catchings-29

13,849

Miller-4 24-Jul

INDIANA

L 75-80

2-8

3-8

5-16

Holdsclaw-34

Holdsclaw-9

Holdsclaw-4

26-Jul

@Cleveland

L 78-89

2-8

3-9

5-17

Holdsclaw-16

Holdsclaw-6

Dales-Schuman-6 Taylor-22

5,173

27-Jul

@Detroit

L 71-81

2-8

3-10

5-18

Holdsclaw-27

Holdsclaw-11

Miller-6

Cash-25

6,964

29-Jul

INDIANA

L 91-92 (OT)

2-9

3-10

5-19

Holdsclaw-28

Holdsclaw-15

Holdsclaw-7

Catchings-30

13,461

1-Aug

@Connecticut

W 48-45

2-9

4-10

6-19

Jones-14

Jones-12

Holdsclaw-3

S. Johnson-18

6,182

3-Aug

PHOENIX

L 69-70 (2 OT)

2-10

4-10

6-20

Penn-13

Penn-9

Jones-4

DeForge-14

11,052

Holland-Corn-23

11,341

Dales-Schuman-4 Miller-4 6-Aug

DETROIT

W 92-81

3-10

4-10

7-20

Holdsclaw-26

Holdsclaw-10

Jones-5 Page-5

9-Aug

NEW YORK

L 56-65

3-11

4-10

7-21

Holdsclaw-13

Holdsclaw-12

Brown-4

Robinson-18

13,869

12-Aug

@Indiana

W 84-80

3-11

5-10

8-21

Holdsclaw-19

Page-8

Holdsclaw-5

Catchings-20

5,927

14-Aug

@Charlotte

W 76-69

3-11

6-10

9-21

Holdsclaw-23

Holdsclaw-9

Holdsclaw-7

Stinson-20

5,118

Miller-23 16-Aug

CLEVELAND

L 68-72

3-12

6-10

9-22

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-13

Dales-Schuman-5 Taylor-16

12,016

21-Aug

NEW YORK

L 60-65

3-13

6-10

9-23

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-7

Holdsclaw-5

Baranova-19

13,779

23-Aug

CONNECTICUT L 67-74

3-14

6-10

9-24

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-8

Burgess-3

Douglas-28

14,853

Walker-14

6,854

Holdsclaw-3 25-Aug

@Detroit

L 60-68

3-14

6-11

9-25

Miller-15

Holdsclaw-10

Miller-6

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2002 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (17-15) PLAYER Holdsclaw Dales-Schuman Miller Bullett Jones Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Brown Walseth Gaither (TOT) Gaither (WAS) Mills Mystics OPPONENTS

G 20 31 32 32 32 32 32 26 25 15 18 18 2 1 4 32 32

PLAYER Holdsclaw Dales-Schuman Miller Bullett Jones Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Brown Walseth Gaither (TOT) Gaither (WAS) Mills Mystics OPPONENTS

OFF 54 26 44 46 39 55 9 16 27 3 4 7 0 0 0 330 309

PLAYER Holdsclaw Dales-Schuman Miller Bullett Jones Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Brown Walseth Gaither (TOT) Gaither (WAS) Mills Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN 44 46 40 36 37 37 25 35 20 29 17 11 5 1 6 250 250

GS 20 28 32 32 5 15 0 26 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 634 805 904 953 612 750 474 632 291 165 108 104 6 1 17 6450 6450

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 178 232 55 81 72 116 140 186 50 89 100 155 23 32 46 62 11 38 8 11 8 12 14 21 1 1 0 0 3 3 708 1038 680 989

REB 21 7 8 14 7 12 2 6 7 2 3 4 1 0 2 51 45

G 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 5 2 1 5 5

PLAYER Holdsclaw Miller Page Dales Burgess Bullett Washington Luz Jones Brown Walseth MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 10 7 6 5 7 5 1 0 3 0 0 44 41

AST 45 84 82 53 28 37 48 93 15 18 6 7 1 0 0 516 442

SINGLE GAME HIGHS AST ST TO BL 4 3 5 2 6 3 6 1 7 4 4 1 5 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 6 2 6 3 4 3 3 1 9 5 4 1 2 1 2 1 4 1 3 1 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 26 11 25 8 20 13 20 9

2002 PLAYOFFS PLAYER Holdsclaw Miller Page Dales Burgess Bullett Washington Luz Jones Brown Walseth MYSTICS OPPONENTS

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 149 330 93 230 114 263 109 236 93 233 88 195 65 148 39 101 28 86 10 24 12 35 6 25 0 1 0 0 0 4 806 1910 786 1903

GS 5 5 0 5 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 -

MIN 173 163 113 98 160 110 52 46 63 15 7 1000 1000

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 33 43 8 15 16 22 3 8 8 15 10 15 2 3 3 3 5 8 1 1 0 0 89 133 104 145

PF 50 79 84 84 88 79 40 39 6 12 10 8 3 1 3 583 570 PTS 32 26 22 23 16 20 15 15 9 6 8 4 0 0 0 97 89

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 35 78 21 50 17 27 13 30 11 29 11 27 7 14 7 12 8 19 3 6 0 2 133 294 133 279 AST 16 12 4 16 27 4 2 8 3 1 1 94 76

PF 14 13 12 8 4 11 4 2 13 3 1 85 78

PCT 0.452 0.404 0.433 0.462 0.399 0.451 0.439 0.386 0.326 0.417 0.343 0.240 0 --0 0.422 0.413

FG 11 43 24 19 2 2 42 12 6 1 1 1 0 0 0 164 147

3-POINT FG FGA 28 109 64 48 10 4 106 33 18 5 11 7 0 0 0 443 446

PCT 0.393 0.394 0.375 0.396 0.200 0.500 0.396 0.364 0.333 0.200 0.091 0.143 ------0.370 0.330

FT 88 74 46 34 20 30 15 35 11 3 3 0 0 0 0 359 397

DQ 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

STL 20 16 33 54 13 14 18 34 3 8 5 2 0 0 1 221 237

TO 45 68 59 56 39 45 43 41 16 15 5 9 1 0 2 455 441

BLK 6 4 2 37 17 15 5 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 94 101

PTS 397 303 298 271 208 208 187 125 73 24 28 13 0 0 0 2135 2116

PLAYER Holdsclaw Dales-Schuman Miller Bullett Jones Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Brown Walseth Gaither (TOT) Gaither (WAS) Mills Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN REB 31.7 11.6 26 2.6 28.3 3.6 29.8 5.8 19.1 2.8 23.4 4.8 14.8 1 24.3 2.4 11.6 1.5 11 0.7 6 0.7 5.8 1.2 3 0.5 1 0 4.3 0.8 201.6 32.4 201.6 30.9

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 106 0.830 100 0.740 56 0.821 41 0.829 33 0.606 53 0.566 19 0.789 45 0.778 13 0.846 5 0.600 3 1 2 0 0 --0 --2 0 478 0.751 538 0.738

AVG 19.9 9.8 9.3 8.5 6.5 6.5 5.8 4.8 2.9 1.6 1.6 0.7 0 0 0 66.7 66.1

AVERAGE PER GAME AST STL TO 2.3 1 2.3 2.7 0.52 2.2 2.6 1.03 1.8 1.7 1.69 1.8 0.9 0.41 1.2 1.2 0.44 1.4 1.5 0.56 1.3 3.6 1.31 1.6 0.6 0.12 0.6 1.2 0.53 1 0.3 0.28 0.3 0.4 0.11 0.5 0.5 0 0.5 0 0 0 0 0.25 0.5 16.1 6.91 14.2 13.6 7.41 13.8

PCT 0.449 0.42 0.63 0.433 0.379 0.407 0.5 0.583 0.421 0.5 0 0.452 0.477

FG 2 6 0 8 2 1 2 4 1 0 0 26 30

3-POINT FG FGA 11 11 0 18 8 7 5 8 2 2 0 72 82

PCT 0.182 0.545 0 0.444 0.25 0.143 0.4 0.5 0.5 0 0 0.361 0.366

FT 22 6 14 4 6 2 4 0 1 0 0 59 59

DQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 10 2 1 2 2 8 3 2 0 2 0 32 29

TO 10 7 3 5 10 6 1 3 1 0 1 47 59

BLK 3 0 4 0 0 5 0 0 1 0 1 14 11

PTS 94 54 48 38 30 25 20 18 18 6 0 351 322

BLK 0.3 0.13 0.06 1.16 0.53 0.47 0.16 0.15 0.08 0.13 0 0 0 0 0 2.94 3.16

PTS 19.9 9.8 9.3 8.5 6.5 6.5 5.8 4.8 2.9 1.6 1.6 0.7 0 0 0 66.7 66.1

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 30 0.733 10 0.6 15 0.933 4 1 9 0.667 2 1 5 0.8 0 0 2 0.5 0 --0 --77 0.766 84 0.702 AVG 18.8 10.8 9.6 7.6 6 5 5 4.5 3.6 3 0 70.2 71

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OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPPONENT SCORING ATTEN

Holdsclaw-14

Burgess-9

S. Johnson-22

17,383

Bullett-7

Burgess-5

Grubin-15

7,984

1-Jun

ORLANDO

W 93-82

1-0

0-0

1-0

DalesSchuman-23

3-Jun

@Phoenix

L 65-71

1-0

0-1

1-1

DalesSchuman-15

Page-7 4-Jun

@Utah

W 97-89

1-0

1-1

2-1

Bullett-23

Bullett-8

Burgess-5

Goodson-22

5,490

7-Jun

INDIANA

W 89-68

2-0

1-1

3-1

Holdsclaw-27

Holdsclaw-7

C. Miller-7

Catchings-15

14,970

Scott-Richardson

-15

Sam-23

14,166

9-Jun

MIAMI

W 76-67

3-0

1-1

4-1

Holdsclaw-23

Holdsclaw-15

Holdsclaw-3 C. Miller-3 Luz-3

13-Jun

HOUSTON

W 70-64

4-0

1-1

5-1

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-10

Burgess-9

Thompson-18

14,004

14-Jun

@Cleveland

W 69-63

4-0

2-1

6-1

DalesSchuman-20

Holdsclaw-11

C. Miller-5

Jones-18

6,424

18-Jun

DETROIT

W 75-67

5-0

2-1

7-1

Holdsclaw-24

Holdsclaw-11

C. Miller-5

Nolan-16

13,130

Palmer-16 19-Jun

@Charlotte

L 64-78

5-0

2-2

7-2

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-14

Dales-Schuman-4 Stinson-27

5,109

21-Jun

@Miami

W 65-60

5-0

3-2

8-2

Holdsclaw-19

Holdsclaw-7

Burgess-3

Sam-18

10,412

23-Jun

CLEVELAND

W 63-45

6-0

3-2

9-2

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-15

Bullett-4

Melvin-10

14,998

25-Jun

@Sacramento

W 87-86 (2 OT) 6-0

3-2

10-2

Holdsclaw-29

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-4

Holland-Corn-28

6,627

Mabika-20

10,185

Sauret-4 27-Jun

@Los Angeles

L 69-73

6-0

3-2

10-3

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-14

Burgess-7

28-Jun

@Portland

L 66-72

6-0

4-4

10-4

C. Miller-17

Bullett-8

Dales-Schuman-6 Folkl-12

6,761

Thomas-12 30-Jun

CHARLOTTE

W 56-55

7-0

4-4

11-4

Jones-16

Bullett-9

Dales-Schuman-3 Stinson-14

18,372

C. Miller-3 3-Jul

@Minnesota

W 64-63

7-0

5-4

12-4

C. Miller-22

Bullett-7

Burgess-6

Smith-18

5,197

6-Jul

@Indiana

L 45-50

7-0

5-5

12-5

DalesSchuman-13

Bullett-14

Bullett-3

Catchings-18

7,393

8-Jul

@Orlando

W 63-51

7-0

6-5

13-5

C. Miller-17

Bullett-9

Dales-Schuman-4 Sales-12

5,605

9-Jul

PHOENIX

W 68-54

8-0

6-5

14-5

DalesSchuman-16

Page-12

C. Miller-7

Gillom-26

15,217

13-Jul

NEW YORK

L 53-67

8-1

6-5

14-6

Luz-11

Page-5

Luz-4

Johnson-19

17,841

Bullett-8

C. Miller-6

Cash-16

19,766

C. Miller-11 18-Jul

DETROIT

W 63-59

9-1

6-5

15-6

Bullett-22

C. Miller-8 20-Jul

UTAH

L 73-83

9-2

6-5

15-7

Page-20

C. Miller-6

C. Miller-5

Ferdinand-21

16,477

25-Jul

@Detroit

L 58-64

9-2

6-6

15-8

Bullett-15

Page-6

Burgess-6

Cash-17

5,122

27-Jul

SEATTLE

L 71-80

9-3

6-6

15-9

Holdsclaw-32

Holdsclaw-11

Burgess-6

Jackson-25

18,311

30-Jul

ORLANDO

L 55-70

9-4

6-6

15-10

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-11

Brown-2

Sales-25

15,194

2-Aug

PORTLAND

L 65-67

9-5

6-6

15-11

Holdsclaw-26

Holdsclaw-9

Page-6

Figgs-16

16,188

4-Aug

@Miami

L 50-55

9-5

6-7

15-12

C. Miller-14

Bullett-8

Dales-Schuman-4 Sam-13

11,390

Page-8 6-Aug

INDIANA

L 55-64

9-6

6-7

15-13

C. Miller-12

Holdsclaw-9

Holdsclaw-4

Catchings-28

14,986

8-Aug

@New York

W 65-54

9-6

6-7

16-13

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-15

Holdsclaw-4

Phillips-22

17,594

9-Aug

NEW YORK

L 66-74

9-7

6-7

16-14

Holdsclaw-23

Holdsclaw-10

Dales-Schuman-5 Hammon-22

18,234

11-Aug

@Cleveland

W 60-54

9-7

8-7

17-14

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-17

Burgess-5

Wauters-12

11,042

13-Aug

@Charlotte

L 57-67

9-7

8-8

17-15

Bullett-11

Holdsclaw-9

Page-3

Feaster-20

9,226

15-Aug

@Cleveland

L 71-90

10-3

0-15

3-25

McCray-19

Page-8

Williams-8

McConnell Serio-19

15,692

Carter-7

Williams-3

Cooper-21

15,758

Stinson-23

18,552

Page-19 17-Aug

HOUSTON

L 65-110

11-3

0-15

3-26

McCray-20

McCray-3 19-Aug

CHARLOTTE

L 69-105

12-3

0-15

3-27

McCray-20

Page-9

McCray-9

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2001 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (10-22) FIELD GOALS PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Mills Miller Aldridge Bauer-Bilodeau Stocks Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

G 29 32 32 32 32 31 30 25 30 20 5 15 3 4 32 32

GS 29 32 32 32 3 27 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 975 828 1073 989 489 731 336 455 319 137 35 102 11 20 6500 6500

FG 187 119 112 100 55 47 41 33 23 13 3 5 1 0 739 791

FGA 467 290 286 231 136 141 114 111 69 40 9 17 3 1 1915 1945

PCT 0.400 0.410 0.392 0.433 0.404 0.333 0.360 0.297 0.333 0.325 0.333 0.294 0.333 0 0.386 0.407

FG 11 22 19 4 32 14 10 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 117 146

FGA 46 95 64 17 82 47 29 26 1 6 3 1 0 1 418 408

PCT 0.239 0.232 0.297 0.235 0.390 0.298 0.345 0.115 0 0.333 0 0 --0 0.280 0.358

FT 101 91 35 21 22 16 9 7 18 6 1 5 1 0 333 347

FTA 148 128 48 36 25 27 11 24 31 11 1 10 2 2 504 467

PCT 0.682 0.711 0.729 0.583 0.880 0.593 0.818 0.292 0.581 0.545 1 0.500 0.500 0 0.661 0.743

REBOUNDS PLAYER

OFF

DEF

TOT

AST

PF

DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Mills Miller Aldridge Bauer-Bilodeau Stocks Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

72 22 65 74 10 27 19 11 40 5 2 8 0 1 356 331

184 34 166 103 27 49 24 31 65 4 0 10 2 0 699 737

256 56 231 177 37 76 43 42 105 9 2 18 2 1 1055 1068

66 47 41 55 55 88 10 43 6 8 2 3 0 0 424 487

49 68 86 88 47 45 5 39 72 10 5 12 3 8 537 543

0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4

44 26 53 30 28 26 4 24 14 6 0 2 0 0 257 261

94 73 53 60 43 60 14 41 25 13 4 6 0 3 495 454

14 0 58 36 5 2 2 4 4 0 0 1 0 1 127 103

486 351 278 225 164 124 101 76 64 34 7 15 3 0 1928 2075

16.8 11 8.7 7 5.1 4 3.4 3 2.1 1.7 1.4 1 1 0 60.3 64.8

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Mills Miller Aldridge Bauer-Bilodeau Stocks Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN 54 49 55 38 31 38 20 54 16 23 17 21 8 9 30 30

REB 16 6 14 9 5 6 5 7 7 3 1 2 2 1 50 48

AST 6 6 14 9 5 6 5 7 7 3 1 2 2 1 50 48

ST 5 5 4 3 5 3 1 5 2 2 0 1 0 0 15 13

TO 6 6 4 6 5 5 2 5 3 2 1 2 0 2 25 24

AVERAGE PER GAME BL 2 0 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 9 7

PTS 31 25 24 14 15 13 12 12 6 6 4 3 3 0 80 86

PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Luz Burgess Massaline Sauret Mills Miller Aldridge Bauer-Bilodeau Stocks Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN REB 33.6 8.8 25.9 1.8 33.5 7.2 30.9 5.5 15.3 1.2 23.6 2.5 11.2 1.4 18.2 1.7 10.6 3.5 6.9 0.5 7 0.4 6.8 1.2 3.7 0.7 5 0.3 203.1 33 203.1 33

AST 2.3 1.5 1.3 1.7 1.7 2.8 0.3 1.7 0.2 0.4 0.4 0.2 0 0 13.3 15.2

STL 1.52 0.81 0.66 0.94 0.88 0.84 0.13 0.96 0.47 0.3 0 0.13 0 0 8.03 8.16

TO 3.2 2.3 1.7 1.9 1.3 1.9 0.5 1.6 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.4 0 0.8 15.5 14.2

BLK 0.48 0 1.81 1.13 0.16 0.06 0.07 0.16 0.13 0 0 0.07 0 0.25 3.97 3.22

PTS 16.8 11 8.7 7 5.1 4 3.4 3 2.1 1.7 1.4 1 1 0 60.3 64.8

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OPPONENT

MYSTICS/OPP

HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPPONENT SCORING

ATTEN

31-May

@Cleveland

L 34-69

0-0

Holdsclaw-8

Burgess-2

Jones-17

9,307

Randall-16

17,310

0-1

0-1

Bullett-9

Washington-8

McCray-2 Washington-2

3-Jun

SEATTLE

W 68-63

1-0

0-1

1-1

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-11

Burgess-4 Page-4

5-Jun

SACRAMENTO W 75-72

2-0

0-1

2-1

Holdsclaw-19

Holdsclaw-16

Luz-5

Smith-22

11,302

10-Jun

NEW YORK

2-1

0-1

2-2

Holdsclaw-31

Holdsclaw-13

Holdsclaw-5

Weatherspoon-16

17,715

L 80-81

Page-5 14-Jun

@Detroit

L 65-80

2-1

0-2

2-3

Washington-11

Bullett-5

Page-3

Ndiaye-Diatta-22

4,422

Holdsclaw-11 McCray-11 16-Jun

@New York

L 63-86

2-1

0-3

2-4

Luz-15

Holdsclaw-8

Burgess-4

Robinson-16

15,118

17-Jun

CLEVELAND

L 55-57

2-2

0-3

2-5

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-13

Burgess-6

Jones-17

13,497

21-Jun

MIAMI

L 63-74

2-3

0-3

2-6

Luz-15

Bullett-7

Luz-3

Baranova-18

12,815

Sauret-3

Brondello-18

McCray-15 23-Jun

@Orlando

L 59-67

2-3

0-4

2-7

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-15

Burgess-5

Sales-21

8,078

25-Jun

MINNESOTA

L 51-55

2-4

0-4

2-8

Holdsclaw-23

Page-9

Holdsclaw-3

Smith-22

13,823

Thompson-24

9,298

Sauret-3 27-Jun

@Houston

L 63-76

2-4

0-5

2-9

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-14

Luz-3 Holdsclaw-3 McCray-3

29-Jun

UTAH

W 74-64

3-4

0-5

3-9

Holdsclaw-17

Holdsclaw-11

Holdsclaw-6

Williams-20

14,687

1-Jul

ORLANDO

W 76-64

4-4

0-5

4-9

Bullett-24

Bullett-9

Sauret-8

S. Johnson-14

13,524

Page-9 3-Jul

@Seattle

W 72-69 (4 OT) 4-4

1-5

5-9

McCray-20

Holdsclaw-15

Sales-14 Holdsclaw-3

Jackson-24

4,312

Sauret-3 6-Jul

@Portland

L 58-69

4-4

1-6

5-10

Holdsclaw-20

Bullett-9

Tied with-3

Stiles-21

8,324

7-Jul

@Phoenix

L 52-66

4-4

1-7

5-11

McCray-10

Holdsclaw-8

Luz-4

Fallon-16

7,463

11-Jul

DETROIT

L 52-64

4-5

1-7

5-12

McCray-12

Bullett-9

Burgess-3

Ndiaye-Diatta-20

19,093

14-Jul

LOS ANGELES L 50-62

4-6

1-7

5-13

Luz-14

Bullett-9

Burgess-3

Leslie-18

19,093

Page-9

Sauret-3

20-Jul

@Indiana

L 65-73

4-6

1-8

5-14

McCray-25

Bullett-14

Burgess-9

Streimikyte-12

7,493

22-Jul

INDIANA

W 69-61

5-6

1-8

6-14

Holdsclaw-19

Bullett-12

Burgess-8

Malcolm-14

16,021

24-Jul

@Orlando

L 63-71

5-6

1-9

6-15

Bullett-14

Holdsclaw-7

Page-4

Sales-20

5,878

26-Jul

@Charlotte

L 60-62

5-6

1-10

6-16

Holdsclaw-15

Holdsclaw-7

Burgess-2

Stinson-15

7,896

Mills-7

Holdsclaw-2

27-Jul

@Minnesota

W 62-60

5-6

2-10

7-16

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-12

McCray-6

Smith-22

8,979

29-Jul

CHARLOTTE

W 55-42

6-6

2-10

8-16

McCray-23

Holdsclaw-12

Luz-3

Stinson-10

14,914

Streimikyte-21

11,142

Page-3 1-Aug

@Indiana

L 64-70

6-6

2-11

8-17

Holdsclaw-27

Page-7

Luz-3 Holdsclaw-3

3-Aug

PORTLAND

W 64-50

7-6

2-11

9-17

Burgess-13

Bullett-10

Holdsclaw-6

Young-13

15,532

Bullett-7

Burgess-3

Baranova-15

10,412

McCray-13 5-Aug

@Miami

L 44-52

7-6

2-12

9-18

Holdsclaw-18

Holdsclaw-7

Sam-15

Page-7 6-Aug

CHARLOTTE

L 60-65

7-7

2-12

9-19

Holdsclaw-17

Bullett-7

Burgess-3

Page-7

Holdsclaw-3

Staley-13

13,619

Page-3 8-Aug

MIAMI

L 36-42

7-8

2-12

9-20

Holdsclaw-18

Page-9

McCray-2

Sam-15

16,191

10-Aug

@Detroit

L 63-69

7-8

2-13

9-21

Bullett-21

Page-6

Luz-6

Tornikidou-21

9,064

12-Aug

CLEVELAND

W 57-49

8-8

2-13

10-2

1 McCray-18

Holdsclaw-16

Holdsclaw-3

Melvin-13

17,531

14-Aug

@New York

L 56-71

8-8

2-14

10-2

2 Holdsclaw-17

Holdsclaw-9

Burgess-3

Robinson-15

18,213

Sauret-3

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2000 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (14-18) PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Nagy Mills Cunningham Anderson Aldridge Robinson (TOT) Robinson (WAS) Massaline Campbell Owen MYSTICS OPPONENTS

G 32 32 32 32 23 31 21 30 29 2 2 19 5 11 32 32

PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Nagy Mills Cunningham Anderson Aldridge Robinson (TOT) Robinson (WAS) Massaline Campbell Owen MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 57 22 61 79 10 39 4 12 8 0 0 6 0 2 300 299

PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Nagy Mills Cunningham Anderson Aldridge Robinson (TOT) Robinson (WAS) Massaline Campbell Owen MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN 40 38 40 40 39 16 26 35 20 3 3 22 13 13 32 32

GS 32 32 32 32 23 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 1131 1046 1094 1046 694 295 198 434 272 5 5 103 22 60 6400 6400

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 183 240 34 56 122 183 129 208 53 63 41 80 17 21 34 46 16 24 0 0 0 0 8 14 2 2 7 9 646 946 612 911

REB 12 4 12 12 5 12 3 6 4 0 0 5 2 2 40 35

G 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2

PLAYER Bullett Holdsclaw McCray Aldridge Mills Page Cunningham Anderson Massaline MYSTICS OPPONENTS

OFF 2 3 2 1 2 2 0 2 0 14 23

AST 80 85 42 64 118 9 12 75 28 0 0 5 1 2 521 513

SINGLE GAME HIGHS AST ST TO BL 6 8 5 2 7 4 5 2 3 5 5 5 7 4 6 3 10 3 5 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 0 11 5 4 1 5 2 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 28 19 27 8 24 18 23 8

2000 PLAYOFFS PLAYER Bullett Holdsclaw McCray Aldridge Mills Page Cunningham Anderson Massaline MYSTICS OPPONENTS

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 232 499 167 385 143 294 131 222 31 79 46 105 17 68 29 68 25 54 0 1 0 1 8 29 2 5 1 4 832 1813 845 1875

GS 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 2 0

MIN 69 75 70 49 21 69 13 30 4 400 400

REBOUNDS DEF TOT 7 9 8 11 4 6 3 4 1 3 4 6 0 0 3 5 0 0 30 44 36 59

PF 74 79 88 103 55 71 23 53 30 3 3 4 2 12 597 595 PTS 30 26 22 20 10 17 10 13 9 4 4 6 4 2 96 87

FIELD GOALS FG FGA 10 20 13 29 7 16 5 11 4 7 4 9 3 6 1 3 0 0 47 101 58 114 AST 3 1 13 7 0 1 0 5 0 30 33

PF 5 2 6 3 7 5 0 1 1 30 32

PCT 0.465 0.434 0.486 0.590 0.392 0.438 0.250 0.426 0.463 0 0 0.276 0.400 0.250 0.459 0.451

FG 10 50 11 0 14 0 9 3 6 0 0 6 0 0 109 149

3-POINT FG FGA 39 151 34 0 39 0 37 8 12 1 1 14 0 0 335 397

PCT 0.256 0.331 0.324 --0.359 --0.243 0.375 0.500 0 0 0.429 ----0.325 0.375

FT 87 113 45 52 21 38 16 14 7 4 4 4 2 0 403 382

DQ 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4

STL 47 45 64 23 17 10 2 25 9 1 1 2 0 0 245 261

TO 93 89 58 63 55 37 12 47 27 1 1 4 3 3 506 456

BLK 18 5 47 32 8 8 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 126 102

PTS 561 497 342 314 97 130 59 75 63 4 4 26 6 2 2176 2221

PLAYER Holdsclaw McCray Bullett Page Nagy Mills Cunningham Anderson Aldridge Robinson (TOT) Robinson (WAS) Massaline Campbell Owen MYSTICS OPPONENTS

MIN 35.3 32.7 34.2 32.7 30.2 9.5 9.4 14.5 9.4 2.5 2.5 5.4 4.4 5.5 200 200

REB 7.5 1.8 5.7 6.5 2.7 2.6 1 1.5 0.8 0 0 0.7 0.4 0.8 29.6 28.5

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 128 0.68 147 0.769 63 0.714 92 0.565 26 0.808 51 0.745 19 0.842 18 0.778 22 0.318 4 1 4 1 6 0.667 2 1 0 --578 0.697 555 0.688 AVG 17.5 15.5 10.7 9.8 4.2 4.2 2.8 2.5 2.2 2 2 1.4 1.2 0.2 68 69.4

AVERAGE PER GAME AST STL TO 2.5 1.47 2.9 2.7 1.41 2.8 1.3 2 1.8 2 0.72 2 5.1 0.74 2.4 0.3 0.32 1.2 0.6 0.1 0.6 2.5 0.83 1.6 1 0.31 0.9 0 0.5 0.5 0 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.11 0.2 0.2 0 0.6 0.2 0 0.3 16.3 7.66 15.8 16 8.16 14.3

PCT 0.500 0.448 0.438 0.455 0.571 0.444 0.500 0.333 --0.465 0.509

FG 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 10

3-POINT FG FGA 7 1 7 3 0 0 4 0 0 22 21

PCT 0.571 0 0.143 0 ----0.250 ----0.273 0.476

FT 6 4 0 4 3 3 0 0 0 20 24

DQ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STL 5 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 13 22

TO 2 6 10 1 3 4 1 4 1 32 28

BLK 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 5

PTS 30 30 15 14 11 11 7 2 0 120 150

BLK 0.56 0.16 1.47 1 0.35 0.26 0 0.1 0.14 0 0 0 0.2 0 3.94 3.19

PTS 17.5 15.5 10.7 9.8 4.2 4.2 2.8 2.5 2.2 2 2 1.4 1.2 0.2 68 69.4

FREE THROWS FTA PCT 6 1 4 1 0 --8 0.500 8 0.375 4 0.750 0 --2 0 0 --32 0.625 28 0.857 AVG 15 15 7.5 7 5.5 5.5 3.5 1 0 60 75

HI 22 18 15 12 9 7 7 2 0

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DATE

OPPONENT

31-May

ORLANDO

3-Jun

@Cleveland

4-Jun 7-Jun

MYSTICS/

HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

W 92-66

1-0.

0-0

1-0.

Holdsclaw-29

Holdsclaw-12

Nagy-10

S. Johnson-16

14,421

L 49-72

1-0.

0-1

1-1.

McCray-24

Bullett-5

Nagy-7

Melvin-19

10,032

NEW YORK

W 79-67

2-0.

0-1

2-1.

Holdsclaw-22

Bullett-6

Nagy-7

Johnson-12

15,329

HOUSTON

L 54-81

2-1.

0-1

2-2.

Holdsclaw-16

Holdsclaw-7

Nagy-3

Cooper-20

15,040

OPP

Swoopes-20 8-Jun

@Miami

W 73-51

2-1.

1-1.

3-2.

McCray-21

Page-10

Nagy-5

Sam-11

7,232

13-Jun

@New York

W 57-56

2-1.

2-1.

4-2.

Holdsclaw-23

Holdsclaw-12

Nagy-6

Johnson-14

11,559

Weatherspoon-14 17-Jun

@Utah

L 67-70

2-1.

2-2.

4-3.

McCray-20

Page-8

Nagy-7

Williams-30

6,104

19-Jun

DETROIT

W 80-55

3-1.

2-2.

5-3.

Bullett-22

Page-11

Nagy-7

Jackson-13

11,628

21-Jun

MIAMI

L 55-57

3-2.

2-2.

5-4.

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-8

Nagy-4

Sam-18

11,070

23-Jun

SACRAMENTO L 69-84

3-3.

2-2.

5-5.

McCray-19

Mills-4

Nagy-10

Smith-22

14,235

Page-4 24-Jun

@Detroit

3-3.

3-2.

6-5.

Bullett-21

Bullett-11

Nagy-5

Canty-14

8,266

26-Jun

LOS ANGELES L 72-74

W 76-70

3-4.

3-2.

6-6.

Holdsclaw-25

Bullett-10

Nagy-5

Dixon-13

16,295

30-Jun

PHOENIX

3-5.

3-2.

6-7.

McCray-19

Holdsclaw-7

Nagy-6

Reed-25

16,485

Anderson-4

Staley-19

5,509

L 57-66

Bullett-7 1-Jul

@Charlotte

W 78-74

3-5.

4-2.

7-7.

McCray-18

Holdsclaw-11

Holdsclaw-4 3-Jul

@Seattle

W 60-55

3-5.

5-2.

8-7.

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-10

Page-7

S. Edwards-14

8,446

6-Jul

@Los Angeles

L 70-79

3-5.

5-3.

8-8.

McCray-20

Page-9

Nagy-7

Leslie-21

5,149

8-Jul

@Sacramento

L 56-78

3-5.

5-4.

8-9.

Holdsclaw-16

Mills-12

McCray-3

Bolton-Holifield 14 7,816

9-Jul

@Portland

L 58-75

3-5.

5-5.

8-10.

Holdsclaw-15

Holdsclaw-12

Nagy-4

Witherspoon-26

8,613

12-Jul

INDIANA

L 58-81

3-6.

5-5.

8-11.

Bullett-15

Page-12

McCray-4

R. Williams-17

11,953

13-Jul

@Miami

W 60-48

3-6.

6-5.

9-11.

McCray-16

Bullett-12

McCray-3

Colleton-13

7,304

Nagy-3

Sam-13

Holdsclaw-8

Anderson-5

Stinson-24

18,713

Bullett-8

Nagy-5

Holdsclaw-9

Anderson-4

Thompson-18

19,093

S. Johnson-17

13,382

Griffith-14

15-Jul 20-Jul

CHARLOTTE INDIANA

L 73-76 W 85-74

3-7. 4-7.

6-5. 6-5.

9-12. 10-12.

Bullett-22 Holdsclaw-30

Nagy-4 Page-4 21-Jul

ORLANDO

W 61-59

5-7.

6-5.

11-12.

Holdsclaw-16

Page-7

Anderson-3 Holdsclaw-3 McCray-3

24-Jul

NEW YORK

L 64-78

5-8.

6-5.

11-13.

Page-18

Page-11

Anderson-6

Johnson-22

17,988

26-Jul

@Charlotte

L 80-87

5-8.

6-6.

11-14.

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-9

Anderson-11

Stinson-33

5,249

29-Jul

MINNESOTA

L 85-87

5-9.

6-6.

11-15.

McCray-24

Page-12

McCray-7

Lennox-31

14,416

1-Aug

@Houston

L 60-68

5-9.

6-7.

11-16.

Holdsclaw-18

Page-8

Anderson-6

Thompson-16

12,871

3-Aug

@Indiana

W 75-71

5-9.

7-7.

12-16.

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-11

McCray-7

R. Williams-19

10,804

4-Aug

DETROIT

W 96-72

6-9.

7-7.

13-16.

Page-20

Page-9

Holdsclaw-6

Ndiaye-19

16,548

6-Aug

@Cleveland

L 60-77

6-9.

7-8.

13-17

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-6

Anderson-4

Brown-16

12,537

7-Aug

@Orlando

L 57-65

6-9.

7-9.

13-18.

Bullett-14

Holdsclaw-12

Holdsclaw-6

Sales-16

7,090

Holdsclaw-10

Anderson-7

Brown-12

17,538

Holdsclaw-14 9-Aug

CLEVELAND

W 60-48

7-9.

7-9.

14-18.

McCray-20

McConnell Serio-12

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1999 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (12-20) FIELD GOALS PLAYER McCray Holdsclaw Page Enis Nagy Santos de Oliveira Williams Aldridge Owen Maxwell Roberts (TOT) Roberts (WAS) Still Moore Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

G 32 31 32 29 32 13 31 31 17 20 12 8 23 4 3 32 32

GS 32 30 26 26 32 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0

PLAYER McCray Holdsclaw Page Enis Nagy Santos de Oliveira Williams Aldridge Owen Maxwell Roberts (TOT) Roberts (WAS) Still Moore Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

OFF 35 74 68 53 11 19 7 12 11 3 3 2 16 1 0 312 359

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 1043 1061 916 844 947 216 312 379 235 141 79 62 282 19 18 6475 6475

FG 193 202 105 83 54 22 31 29 10 11 6 6 12 1 0 759 825

FGA 455 462 183 228 132 39 62 94 25 50 11 10 49 3 2 1794 1986

PCT 0.424 0.437 0.574 0.364 0.409 0.564 0.500 0.309 0.400 0.220 0.545 0.600 0.245 0.333 0 0.423 0.415

FG 46 5 0 11 9 0 19 3 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 100 127

FGA 153 29 0 40 33 0 34 20 0 33 0 0 3 0 0 345 403

PCT 0.301 0.172 --0.275 0.273 --0.559 0.150 --0.212 ----0 ----0.290 0.315

FT 129 116 71 39 45 7 23 20 16 5 5 4 7 0 0 482 469

FTA 160 150 104 57 59 22 36 33 23 9 9 7 19 0 0 679 650

TOT 86 246 213 157 78 42 37 37 38 22 12 10 43 1 3 1013 995

AST 78 74 28 47 146 1 30 33 7 10 1 1 6 0 0 461 518

PF 86 67 103 82 111 25 41 35 42 9 5 5 38 1 1 646 663

DQ 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 9

STL 34 37 24 23 31 1 21 15 2 5 5 5 4 0 1 203 304

TO 107 108 49 60 83 16 26 41 15 11 11 10 20 4 5 574 436

BLK 1 27 30 4 3 2 1 7 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 87 119

PTS 561 525 281 216 162 51 104 81 36 34 17 16 31 2 0 2100 2246

AVG 17.5 16.9 8.8 7.4 5.1 3.9 3.4 2.6 2.1 1.7 1.4 2 1.3 0.5 0 65.6 70.2

PCT 0.806 0.773 0.683 0.684 0.763 0.318 0.639 0.606 0.696 0.556 0.556 0.571 0.368 ----0.710 0.722

REBOUNDS DEF 51 172 145 104 67 23 30 25 27 19 9 8 27 0 3 701 636

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER McCray Holdsclaw Page Enis Nagy Santos de Oliveira Williams Aldridge Owen Maxwell Roberts (TOT) Roberts (WAS) Still Moore Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN 39 42 47 36 45 28 22 30 24 15 15 15 33 8 9 250 250

REB 6 16 15 15 6 8 5 3 5 3 5 5 6 1 2 49 40

AST 9 7 2 5 12 1 4 5 2 3 1 1 2 0 0 23 29

ST 5 5 3 3 3 1 4 3 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 12 17

TO 6 11 4 7 7 3 3 4 3 2 5 5 3 1 4 28 22

AVERAGE PER GAME BL 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 7 11

PTS 26 24 19 18 12 16 10 10 6 9 6 6 6 2 0 83 88

PLAYER McCray Holdsclaw Page Enis Nagy Santos de Oliveira Williams Aldridge Owen Maxwell Roberts (TOT) Roberts (WAS) Still Moore Whittle Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN REB 32.6 2.7 34.2 7.9 28.6 6.7 29.1 5.4 29.6 2.4 16.6 3.2 10.1 1.2 12.2 1.2 13.8 2.2 7.1 1.1 6.6 1 7.8 1.3 12.3 1.9 4.8 0.3 6 1 202.3 31.7 202.3 31.1

AST 2.4 2.4 0.9 1.6 4.6 0.1 1 1.1 0.4 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.3 0 0 14.4 16.2

STL 0.06 0.19 0.75 0.79 0.97 0.08 0.68 0.48 0.12 0.25 0.42 0.63 0.17 0 0.33 0.34 0.50

TO 3.3 3.5 1.5 2.1 2.6 1.2 0.8 1.3 0.9 0.6 0.9 1.3 0.9 1 1.7 17.9 13.6

BLK 0.03 0.87 0.94 0.14 0.09 0.15 0.03 0.23 0.24 0.05 0.08 0.13 0.17 0.25 0.33 2.72 3.72

PTS 17.5 16.9 8.8 7.4 5.1 3.9 3.4 2.6 2.1 1.7 1.4 2 1.3 0.5 0 65.6 70.2

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1999 GAME-BY-GAME WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE

DATE

OPPONENT

10-Jun

CHARLOTTE

12-Jun

@Houston

MYSTICS/

HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

L 73- 83

0-1

0-0

0-1

McCray-22

Page-9

Nagy-12

Staley-23

20,674

L 63- 88

0-1

0-1

0-2

Enis-13

Holdsclaw-13

Enis-3

Cooper-24

16,285

OPP

Nagy-3 14-Jun

@New York

W 83- 61

0-1

1-1

1-2

McCray-24

Holdsclaw-9

Nagy-6

Whitmore-13

12,563

18-Jun

DETROIT

L 69- 76

0-2

1-2

1-3

McCray-19

Enis-15

Nagy-7

Azzi-18

13,423

19-Jun

@Orlando

L 68- 73

0-2

1-1

1-4

Holdsclaw-23

Page-11

Nagy-5

S. Johnson-18

10,218

22-Jun

PHOENIX

L 76- 79

0-3

1-1

1-5

McCray-24

Enis-7

Nagy-8

Davis-Wrightsil-23 11,060

25-Jun

HOUSTON

L 69- 72

0-4

1-1

1-6

Holdsclaw-24

Page-7

Nagy-9

Cooper-28

19,458

26-Jun

@Cleveland

L 65- 76

0-4

1-3

1-7

McCray-25

Holdsclaw-10

McCray-2

Jones-16

8,441

Holdsclaw-7

Nagy-2 30-Jun

@Charlotte

0-4

2-3

1-7

Holdsclaw-21

Holdsclaw-14

Holdsclaw-4

Staley-22

7,454

2-Jul

SACRAMENTO L 74- 79

W 68- 63

0-5

2-3

2-8

Holdsclaw-22

Holdsclaw-9

Holdsclaw-7

Bolton-34

14,176

6-Jul

NEW YORK

W 71- 63

1-5

2-3

3-8

McCray-16

Page-8

McCray-9

Weatherspoon-16 12,701

8-Jul

UTAH

L 65- 81

1-6

2-3

3-9

Holdsclaw-23

Page-6

Enis-5

Palmer-17

12,515

Brondello-15

8,358

Nagy-5 10-Jul

@Detroit

W 83- 78 (2 1-6 OT)

3-3

4-9

Holdsclaw-20

Holdsclaw-16

Nagy-9

Canty-15 12-Jul 16-Jul

CHARLOTTE DETROIT

W 74- 71 L 68- 78

2-6 2-7

3-3 3-3

5-9 5-10

McCray-26 McCray-18

Page-15

Holdsclaw-5

Bullett-19

Nagy-5

Stinson-19

12,124

Page-10

Aldridge-5

Brondello-18

13,600

Enis-6

McCray-9

Stinson-17

7,819

Tied with-1

Sam-20

11,008

Aldridge-2

Nemcova-19

20,674

McCray-4

Reed-28

10,098

Holdsclaw-3

Gillom-16

11,776

Page-18 17-Jul

@Charlotte

L 56- 63

2-7

4-4

5-11

Enis-18

Holdsclaw-6 19-Jul

ORLANDO

L 52- 77

2-8

4-4

5-12

Holdsclaw-19

Holdsclaw-9 Page-9

21-Jul

CLEVELAND

L 68- 85

2-9

4-4

5-13

Holdsclaw-23

Enis-6

Holdsclaw-2 Nagy-2 23-Jul

@Minnesota

W 60- 55

2-9

4-4

6-13

McCray-19

Enis-7 Holdsclaw-7

25-Jul

@Phoenix

L 59- 72

2-9

4-5

6-14

McCray-18

Holdsclaw-7

Nagy-3 26-Jul

@Utah

L 61- 73

2-9

4-6

6-15

McCray-19

Holdsclaw-9

McCray-5

Williams-23

10,054

29-Jul

@Sacramento

L 54- 70

2-9

4-7

6-16

McCray-16

Enis-8

Nagy-6

Griffith-19

7,909

31-Jul

@Los Angeles

L 64- 81

2-9

4-8

6-17

McCray-19

Page-10

Holdsclaw-3

Leslie-15

7,716

Nagy-7

Azzi-22

7,029

Holdsclaw-9

Nagy-7

McWilliamsFrank-2

12,763

Nagy-3 2-Aug

@Detroit

W 75- 70

2-9

5-8

7-17

Holdsclaw-23

Holdsclaw-7 Page-7

5-Aug

ORLANDO

W 72- 68

3-9

5-8

8-17

McCray-24 Holdsclaw-24

7-Aug

@Cleveland

W 63- 62

3-9

6-8

9-17

McCray-25

Holdsclaw-6

Nagy-11

Jones-17

10,479

8-Aug

CLEVELAND

W 80- 45

4-9

6-8

10-17

McCray-20

Page-7

McCray-4

Edwards-8

15,512

Holdsclaw-4

Melvin-8

Nagy-4 11-Aug

NEW YORK

W 59- 56 (OT)

5-9

6-8

11-17

McCray-20

Holdsclaw-14

Tied with-2

Robinson-16

15,388

14-Aug

LOS ANGELES W 55- 53

6-9

6-8

12-17

McCray-20

Holdsclaw-13

McCray-5

Milton-Jones-13

19,974

15-Aug

@Orlando

6-9

6-9

12-18

McCray-13

Enis-5

Aldridge-4

Sam-19

11,283

McCray-5

McCray-4 Whitmore-20

15,688

Edwards-17

19,839

L 54- 81

Roberts-5 17-Aug

@New York

L 54- 66

6-9

6-10

12-19

McCray-12

Owen-5

Enis-2 Holdsclaw-2 Nagy-2

21-Aug

MINNESOTA

L 45- 48

6-10

6-10

12-20

McCray-19

Page-10

Nagy-5

K. Smith-17

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1998 FINAL STATISTICS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE REGULAR SEASON (3-27) FIELD GOALS PLAYER McCray Santos de Oliveira Page Moore Burge Chaconas Williams Carter Shuler T. Jackson Brown Graham Sobral A. Jackson Johnson Mystics OPPONENTS

G 29 16 30 29 30 30 30 29 25 2 22 10 14 6 7 30 30

GS 28 12 30 26 15 1 18 6 12 0 2 0 0 0 0

PLAYER McCray Santos de Oliveira Page Moore Burge Chaconas Williams Carter Shuler T. Jackson Brown Graham Sobral A. Jackson Johnson Mystics OPPONENTS

OFF 34 60 81 35 31 7 13 20 12 1 17 8 3 3 0 325 322

3-POINT FG

FREE THROWS

MIN 969 481 955 756 501 397 712 434 363 14 272 49 71 36 15 6025 6025

FG 191 63 104 93 81 44 41 39 31 2 13 8 6 3 1 720 876

FGA 457 122 217 271 159 148 127 144 84 3 37 19 25 6 2 1821 1870

PCT 0.418 0.516 0.479 0.343 0.509 0.297 0.323 0.271 0.369 0.667 0.351 0.421 0.24 0.500 0.500 0.395 0.468

FG 23 0 0 19 2 30 12 12 13 0 0 0 3 0 0 114 112

FGA 73 0 2 92 7 105 55 49 38 0 0 0 11 0 0 432 318

PCT 0.315 --0 0.207 0.286 0.286 0.218 0.245 0.342 ------0.273 ----0.264 0.352

FT 107 50 41 33 37 26 38 21 14 0 17 3 9 4 0 400 551

FTA 143 108 65 46 62 33 60 26 17 2 33 6 13 6 0 620 775

TOT 85 129 208 108 100 24 68 65 52 4 53 13 10 4 1 924 1035

AST 90 1 40 46 26 38 69 23 48 0 8 1 6 0 1 397 548

PF 81 45 97 58 93 52 51 57 52 3 62 14 14 7 6 692 597

DQ 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 9 1

STL 43 12 19 44 16 13 63 16 23 0 10 1 5 1 0 266 334

TO 125 55 57 61 73 49 69 40 41 0 24 8 9 0 4 625 511

BLK 2 7 13 20 15 0 2 4 3 0 20 1 2 2 0 91 104

PTS 512 176 249 238 201 144 132 111 89 4 43 19 24 10 2 1954 2415

AVG 17.7 11 8.3 8.2 6.7 4.8 4.4 3.8 3.6 2 2 1.9 1.7 1.7 0.3 65.1 80.5

PCT 0.748 0.463 0.631 0.717 0.597 0.788 0.633 0.808 0.824 0 0.515 0.500 0.692 0.667 --0.645 0.711

REBOUNDS DEF 51 69 127 73 69 17 55 45 40 3 36 5 7 1 1 599 713

SINGLE GAME HIGHS PLAYER McCray Santos de Oliveira Page Moore Burge Chaconas Williams Carter Shuler T. Jackson Brown Graham Sobral A. Jackson Johnson Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN 39 40 40 35 32 30 35 33 28 10 21 13 13 12 3 225 225

REB 9 18 14 11 8 3 6 8 6 2 6 3 3 2 1 48 43

AST 9 1 3 5 4 5 8 3 5 0 3 1 1 0 1 25 31

ST 5 2 3 5 2 3 7 3 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 18 21

TO 10 8 7 7 6 4 5 4 8 0 4 3 3 0 2 33 26

AVERAGE PER GAME BL 1 2 2 3 3 0 1 1 1 0 5 1 1 2 0 7 7

PTS 29 19 19 18 19 17 11 12 14 2 4 10 6 4 2 88 110

PLAYER McCray Santos de Oliveira Page Moore Burge Chaconas Williams Carter Shuler T. Jackson Brown Graham Sobral A. Jackson Johnson Mystics OPPONENTS

MIN REB 33.4 2.9 30.1 8.1 31.8 6.9 26.1 3.7 16.7 3.3 13.2 0.8 23.7 2.3 15 2.2 14.5 2.1 7 2 12.4 2.4 4.9 1.3 5.1 0.7 6 0.7 2.1 0.1 200.8 30.8 200.8 34.5

AST 3.1 0.1 1.3 1.6 0.9 1.3 2.3 0.8 1.9 0 0.4 0.1 0.4 0 0.1 13.2 18.3

STL 0.48 0.75 0.63 0.52 0.53 0.43 0.10 0.55 0.92 0 0.45 0.10 0.36 0.17 0 0.87 0.13

TO 4.3 3.4 1.9 2.1 2.4 1.6 2.3 1.4 1.6 0 1.1 0.8 0.6 0 0.6 20.8 17

BLK 0.07 0.44 0.43 0.69 0.50 0 0.07 0.14 0.12 0 0.91 0.10 0.14 0.33 0 3.03 3.47

PTS 17.7 11 8.3 8.2 6.7 4.8 3.8 3.6 2 2 1.9 1.7 1.7 0.3 65.1 80.5

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DATE

OPPONENT

11-Jun

@Charlotte

MYSTICS/ OPP L 57-83

HOME ROAD TOTAL

HIGH SCORING HIGH REBOUNDS

HIGH ASSISTS

OPP SCORING

ATTEN

0-0

McCray-19

McCray-6

Stinson-19

9,092

Baranova-17

6,288

0-1

0-1

Carter-5 Moore-5

13-Jun

@Utah

L 77-78

0-0

0-2

0-2

McCray-26

Santos de Oliveira-1 McCray-5

Reiss-17 15-Jun

@Phoenix

L 54-69

0-0

0-3

0-3

McCray-20

Page-11

Gillom-19

12,522

19-Jun

UTAH

W 85-76

1-0

0-3

1-3

McCray-29

Santos de Oliveira-7 McCray-6

McCray-4

Scott-15

20,674

21-Jun

DETROIT

L 57-70

1-1

0-3

1-4

Moore-18

Santos de Oliveira-1 McCray-3

Hlede-20

14,314

25-Jun

@Detroit

L 71-79

1-1

0-4

1-5

McCray-23

Page-10

Brondello-19

7,386

Moore-3 McCray-3 Page-3

28-Jun

PHOENIX

L 69-86

1-2

0-4

1-6

Page-18

Page-9

McCray-5

Pettis-23

15,191

29-Jun

@Houston

L 48-73

1-2

0-5

1-7

Santos de Oliveira-1

Page-7

Shuler-4

Cooper-16

9,227

1-Jul

CLEVELAND

L 80-92

1-3

0-5

1-8

McCray-19

Santos de Oliveira-9 Moore-4

Fijalkowski-19

10,364

Williams-4 3-Jul

@New York

L 60-76

1-3

0-6

1-9

McCray-16

Page-7

Chaconas-5

Weatherspoon-14 12,479

5-Jul

NEW YORK

L 61-62(OT) 1-4

0-6

1-10

McCray-15

Page-14

Williams-4

Hampton-17

15,162

8-Jul

@Cleveland

L 65-77

1-4

0-7

1-11

McCray-14

McCray-7

Moore-5

Nemcova-15

6,657

11-Jul

DETROIT

W 78-53

2-4

0-7

2-11

McCray-21

Santos de Oliveira-1 Shuler-5

Brondello-10

17,906

13-Jul

@Houston

L 67-81

2-4

0-8

2-12

McCray-14

Santos de Oliveira-1 McCray-4

Cooper-23

9,193

Moore-8

Reid-17

7,665

Palmer-24

13,744

Santos de Oliveira-1 17-Jul

@Charlotte

L 56-86

2-4

0-9

2-13

Burge-10 Chaconas-10

19-Jul

UTAH

L 88-99

2-5

0-9

2-14

McCray-26

Chaconas-5 Shuler-5

Page-7

Burge-2 Chaconas-2 Shuler-2

21-Jul

CHARLOTTE

L 67-84

2-6

0-9

2-15

Moore-17

Moore-11

Moore-5

Bullett-19

20,674

22-Jul

@Detroit

L 61-76

2-6

0-10

2-16

Chaconas-10

Page-8

Williams-3

Porter-19

7,747

26-Jul

SACRAMENTO L 65-79

2-7

0-10

2-17

McCray-27

Burge-8

McCray-3

A. Barnes-15

12,430

Page-8

Moore-3 Shuler-3

29-Jul

LOS ANGELES L 68-77

8-2

0-10

2-18

McCray-18

Page-10

McCray-4

Dixon-20

14,137

1-Aug

NEW YORK

9-2

0-10

2-19

Chaconas-11

McCray-7

Burge-3

Lobo-13

18,802

Burge-6

Burge-4

Leslie-21

8,224

Williams-6

Moore-4

L 53-67

Page-7 3-Aug

@Los Angeles

L 72-86

9-2

0-11

2-20

Moore-18

Page-6 4-Aug

@Phoenix

L 59- 88

9-2

0-12

2-21

Burge-19

McCray-9

McCray-5

Gillom-21

13,589

7-Aug

@Sacramento

L 55- 76

9-2

0-13

2-22

McCray-11

McCray-6

Williams-4

Smith-19

5,847

Page-6 9-Aug

LOS ANGELES W 76-74

9-3

0-13

3-22

McCray-21

Page-8

Shuler-5

Leslie-23

18,923

12-Aug

CLEVELAND

10-3

0-13

3-23

McCray-19

Carter-8

Chaconas-4

Braxton-13

12,016

L 55-75

Fijalkowski-13 13-Aug

@New York

L 45-88

10-3

0-14

3-24

McCray-21

Burge-6

McCray-3

Ford-19

13,371

15-Aug

@Cleveland

L 71-90

10-3

0-15

3-25

McCray-19

Page-8

Williams-8

McConnell Serio-19

15,692

Carter-7

Williams-3

Cooper-21

15,758

Stinson-23

18,552

Page-19 17-Aug

HOUSTON

L 65-110

11-3

0-15

3-26

McCray-20

McCray-3 19-Aug

CHARLOTTE

L 69-105

12-3

0-15

3-27

McCray-20

Page-9

McCray-9

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MYSTICS TRANSACTIONS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE January 27, 1998 - Nikki McCray and Alessandra Santos de Oliveira are named the first two players to the Mystics inaugural roster.

June 9, 1999 - Mystics release guard Rhonda Blades and guard/forward Joy Holmes and place center Heather Owen on the injured list.

February 18, 1998 -With the first pick in the expansion draft, the Mystics select Heidi Burge, formally of the L.A. Sparks. The Mystics also add Penny Moore (Charlotte Sting), Deborah Carter (Utah Starzz), and Tammy Jackson (Houston Comets).

June 9, 1999 - The Mystics announce their 1999 roster. The roster consists of Markita Aldridge, Shalonda Enis, Chamique Holdsclaw, Monica Maxwell, Nikki McCray, Penny Moore, Andrea Nagy, Heather Owen, Murriel Page, Alessandra Santos de Oliveira, Jennifer Whittle and Rita Williams.

April 29, 1998 - Murriel Page, Rita Williams, Angela Hamblin and Angela Jackson are selected by the Mystics in the 1998 WNBA Draft. May 3, 1998 - Rhonda Bates-Corkeron, Keri Chaconas, Liza Donnell-Gilliam, La’Shawn Brown, Meredith Sisson and Teakyta Barnes are named as the six players from the open tryouts that will be invited to training camp May 12-June 10. June 1, 1998 - Meredith Sisson and Liza DonnellGilliam are waived. June 10, 1998 -The Mystics announce their opening day roster of Deborah Carter, Murriel Page, Alessandra Santos de Oliveira, Keri Chaconas, Nikki McCray, Rita Williams, Penny Moore, Tammy Jackson, Adrienne Shuler, Leila Sobral, Heidi Burge and La’Shawn Brown. June 23, 1998 -Tammy Jackson was waived and La’Shawn Brown is placed on the active roster. She has been on the injured list since the start of the season. July 14, 1998 - Alessandra Santos de Oliveira was placed on the injured list due to a MCL strain in her right knee. Angela Jackson was moved to the active roster from the WNBA replacement list to fill the open space left by Santos de Oliveira. July 31, 1998 - Leila de Souza Sobral and Angela Jackson are waived and the Mystics sign Margo Graham and Leslie Johnson. August 17, 1998 - Adrienne Shuler is placed on the injured list due to an injured right ankle. Alessandra Santos de Oliveira comes off of the injured list. May 4, 1999 - With the first pick in the 1999 WNBA Draft, the Mystics select Chamique Holdsclaw. Rounding out their picks are Shalonda Enis, Andrea Nagy and Jennifer Whittle. May 6, 1999 - The Mystics waive Keri Chaconas, Margo Graham and Adrienne Shuler. May 8, 1999 - The Mystics select eight players from tryouts held on May 7th and 8th at MCI Center. The players picked are Markita Aldridge, Rhonda Blades, Albena Branzova, Tara Davis, E.C. Hill, Anita Kaplan, Heather Owen and Itoro Umoh. June 8, 1999 - Heidi Burge and Itoro Umoh are released by the Mystics.

July 1, 1999 - Mystics waive center Jennifer Whittle and acquire forward/center Valerie Still. July 11, 1999 - Mystics trade Alessandra Santos de Oliveira for Houston’s center Nyree Roberts. July 16, 1999 - Mystics activate center Heather Owen and placed forward Penny Moore on the injured list. December 15, 1999 - Mystics release Nyree Roberts, Monica Maxwell and Rita Williams to Indiana during the 1999 WNBA Expansion Draft. January 19, 2000 - Mystics acquire forward Vicky Bullett from Charlotte in a trade which would send forward Shalonda Enis and the Mystics’ third round draft pick during the 2000 WNBA Draft to Charlotte. April 25, 2000 - With the second and 18th picks in the 2000 WNBA draft the Mystics select Tausha Mills and Tonya Washington. May 2, 2000 - Signed free agents Keisha Anderson, Michelle Campbell, Beth Cunningham, Denique Graves, Kellie Jolly Harper, Roshonda Reed, Itoro Umoh-Coleman and Nakia Sanford.

April 17, 2001 - Mystics trade guard Andrea Nagy and the Mystics 57th pick in the 2001 draft for the Liberty’s 28th and 44th pick. Mystics trade the 28th pick to Minnesota for point guard Annie Burgess. April 20, 2001 - Mystics select guard Coco Miller in the first round (9th overall) pick of the 2001 WNBA Draft. The Mystics also select forward/center Tamara Stocks (25th overall), guard Jamie Lewis (41st overall) and forward Elena Karpova (44th overall). May 2, 2001 - Mystics training camp begins. May 8, 2001 - Mystics waive Renee Robinson. May 18, 2001 - Mystics waive Elena Karpova. May 21, 2001 - Mystics waive Beth Cunnigham. May 27, 2001 - Mystics waive Michelle Campbell and Jamie Lewis. Mystics traded guard Keisha Anderson to the Charlotte Sting for center Cass Bauer-Bilodeau. Mystics place forward/center Tamara Stocks on injured list with a lower back strain. May 29, 2001 - Mystics place Cass Bauer-Bilodeau on injured list with right knee strain and activate Jenny Whittle. June 8, 2001 - Mystics waive Belinda Snell. June 13, 2001 - Mystics place Jennifer Whittle on the injured list with right hamstring strain and activate Cass Bauer-Bilodeau.

May 11, 2000 - Mystics waive center Denique Graves, guard Itoro Umoh-Coleman and forward Roshonda Reed from training camp roster

June 20, 2001 - Mystics waived Jennifer Whittle, activate Audrey Sauret and place Markita Aldridge on the injured list, with left knee effusion.

May 12, 2000 - Mystics waive guard/forward Penny Moore.

July 10, 2001 - Mystics activate Markita Aldridge and Tamara Stocks and place Chamique Holdsclaw (stress related reaction in her right foot) and Cass Bauer-Bilodeau (right knee chondromalacia) on the injured list. July 21, 2001 - Activate Chamique Holdsclaw and place Markita Aldridge on the injured list with left knee effusion.

May 25, 2000 - Mystics add center Nyree Roberts and guard Itoro Umoh-Coleman. May 28, 2000 - Mystics waive center Nyree Roberts and guard Itoro Umoh-Coleman. Regular season roster is submitted with 11 active players and one player on the injured list. Those players are: Markita Aldridge (G), Keisha Anderson (G), Vicky Bullett (F), Michelle Campbell (C), Beth Cunningham (G/F), Chamique Holdsclaw (F), Nikki McCray (G), Tausha Mills (F), Andrea Nagy (G), Heather Owen (F/C), Murriel Page (F), Tonya Washington (G/F). July 27, 2000- Mystics sign Renee Robinson and place Andrea Nagy on injured list (right groin strain) August 2, 2000 - Mystics put center Heather Owen on injured list (medial collateral strain to her right knee) and activated center Michelle Campbell.

July 30, 2001 - Activated Cass Bauer-Bilodeau and placed Tamara Stocks on the injured list with a lower back strain. December 5, 2001 - The Mystics acquire the fourth overall selection in the 2002 WNBA Draft as well as the 36th overall picks and forward Angie Braziel in exchange for the 17th and 49th overall selections in the draft and guard Nikki McCray. With the trade, the Mystics held two first round picks (third and fourth) and two third round picks (33rd and 36th) in the 2002 Draft. April 19, 2002 - The Mystics select Stacey DalesSchuman (third overall), Asjha Jones (fourth

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April 25, 2002 - With the seventh overall pick in the 2003 WNBA Draft, the Washington Mystics selected Aiysha Smith. In the second round, the Mystics selected Zuzana Zirkova with the 21st overall pick. In the third round, the Mystics selected Trish Juhline with the 32nd overall pick and Tamara Bowie with the 36th overall pick. April 30, 2003 - Nakia Sanford signed as a free agent May 1, 2003 - Tatum Brown, Teresa Geter, Reeta Piipari, Felicity Willis signed as free agents May 3, 2003 - Sonja Henning signed as a free agent May 6, 2003 - The Mystics waived Tatum Brown, Teresa Geter, Reeta Piipari, Felicity Willis

May 13, 2002 - The Mystics waived Teresa Geter.

May 12, 2003 - The Mystics waived Kristeena Alexander and Trish Juhline

May 17, 2002 - The Mystics waived forward Tamara Stocks and guard Rhonda Jo Miller.

May 19, 2003 - The Mystics signed Bernadette Ngoyisa as a free agent

May 21, 2002 -The Mystics waived center Nevriye Yilmaz.

May 21, 2003 - The Mystics waived Bernadette Ngoyisa and Jenny Mowe

May 24, 2002 - the Mystics waived guard Markita Aldridge, place Tausha Mills and Keisha Brown on the injured list.

May 21, 2003 - The Mystics placed Tamara Bowie (right knee cyst) and Kiesha Brown (left knee tendonitis) on the injured list.

June 11, 2002 -The Mystics placed Maren Walseth on the injured list with hamstring strain synovitis of the right knee and activated Tausha Mills.

May 26, 2003 - The Mystics waived Sonja Henning

June 14, 2002 - The Mystics placed Tonya Washington on the injured list for removal of a foreign body from her right arm and activated Kiesha Brown. June 19, 2002 - Placed Tausha Mills on the Injured Reserve List with a left plantar faciitis injury and continual rehabilitation to her right knee ACL and activated Maren Walseth.

June 4, 2003 - The Mystics placed Chamique Holdsclaw on the injured list and activated Kiesha Brown June 6, 2003 - The Mystics activated Tamara Bowie and placed Zuzana Zirkova on the injured list with a lower back strain. June 9, 2003 - The Mystics signed Jocelyn Penn and waived Tamara Bowie.

June 25, 2002 - Placed Kiesha Brown on the injured list with left knee chrondomalacia patella and activated Tonya Washington.

June 18, 2003 - The Mystics activated Chamique Holdsclaw and placed Helen Luz on the injured list with a right calf strain

June 30, 2002 - Placed Chamique Holdsclaw on injured list with left ankle sprain and activated Keisha Brown.

July, 6, 2003 - The Mystics waived F Tonya Washington and activated G Helen Luz

April 17, 2004 - With the second overall pick, the Mystics selected Alana Beard in the first round of the 2004 WNBA Draft. In the second round, the Mystics selected Kaayla Chones with the 15th overall pick. In the third round, Washington selected Evan Unrau with the 28th overall pick. April 22, 2004 - Sara Nord, Trisha Skibbe, Okeisha Howard, Amber Obaze and Dana Wynne signed as free agents. April 28, 2004 - The Mystics waived Amber Obaze and Dana Wynne May 5, 2004 - Jamie Redd signed as a free agent and waived Sara Nord. May 10, 2004 - The waived Jamie Redd. May 11, 2004 - The Mystics waived Tamara Bowie May 19, 2004 - The Mystics waived Annie Burgess, Jocelyn Penn and Evan Unrau and placed Petra Ujhelyi on the injured list. June 29, 2004 - The Mystics waived Petra Ujhelyi. July 23, 2004- The Mystics placed Tamicha Jackson on the injured list with a left knee twist July 24th, 2004- The Mystics signed G Shaunzinski Gortman to a seven day contract. August 12th, 2004- The Mystics signed G Shaunzinski Gortman for the remainder of the season. August 31st, 2004- The Mystics placed F Chamique Holdsclaw on the injured list for personal reasons September 8, 2004- The Mystics announce Chamique Holdsclaw will not return for the remainder of the season February 2, 2005- G Stacey Dales-Schuman retires. March 21, 2005-F Chamique Holdsclaw is traded to the Los Angeles Sparks for F DeLisha Milton-Jones and the 13th pick overall pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft. April 8, 2005- The Mystics re-signed F Murriel Page and signed Mactabene Amachree

July 16, 2002 - The Mystics sign center Katryna Gaither.

July 16, 2003 - The Mystics activated G Zuzana Zirkova and placed C Nakia Sanford on the injured list with a right foot tendonitis

July 26, 2002 - Activated Chamique Holdsclaw from the Injured Reserve List and waived center Katryna Gaither.

August 21, 2003 - The Mystics activated C Nakia Sanford and placed G Zuzana Zirkova on the suspended list.

April 15, 2005-The Mystics acquire F Iciss Tillis from the Shock for the 13th overall pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft.

August 6, 2002 - the Mystics activated Tausha Mills and put Maren Walseth on injured reserve with synovitis of the right knee.

January 6, 2004 - The Mystics selected Chasity Melvin with the second pick in the 2004 WNBA Dispersal Draft.

April 24, 2002 - With the eighth pick in the 2003 WNBA Dispersal Draft, the Washington Mystics selected Jenny Mowe, formerly of the dissolved Portland Fire team.

March 25, 2004 - The Mystics traded F Asjha Jones to the Connecticut Sun in a three-team trade for Phoenix Mercuty G Tamicha Jackson.

April 16, 2005- The Mystics selected G Temeka Johnson with the sixth overall pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft. In the second round, Washington selected G Erica Taylor. In the third round, the Mystics selected F Tashia Moorehead.

April 13, 2005- The Mystics signed F Charlotte SmithTaylor.

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MYSTICS TRANSACTIONS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE April 19, 2005- The Mystics re-signed G Tamicha Jackson. April 22, 2005 – The Mystics signed G Edwina Brown, F Shaunzinski Gortman and C Tiffani Williams as free agents. April 25, 2005 – Washington signed F Courtney Coleman as a free agent. May 3, 2005 – The Mystics waived G Edwina Brown and F Shaunzinski Gortman. Mystics also placed Erica Taylor on the suspended list.

March 1, 2006 - F Murriel Page, G Temeka Johnson, the fifth pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft are traded to the Los Angeles Sparks for G Nikki Teasley and the number eight pick. April 5, 2006 - The Mystics selected F Tamara James with the 8th overall pick in the 2006 WNBA draft. In the second round Washington’s selected G Nikki Blue (19th overall). The Mystics added F Miryam Sy in the third round (33rd) April 29, 2006 - The Mystics waived Evan Unrau, Michelle Campbell and April McDivitt.

May 7, 2005 – The Mystics waived F Courtney Coleman and C Tiffani Williams.

May 10, 2006 - The Mystics waived Mactabene Amachree, Rita Williams and Aya Traore

May 11, 2005 – The Washington Mystics waived F Tashia Morehead

May 17, 2006 - Washington waived Kaayla Chones from the roster.

May 12, 2005 – The Mystics waived Cathy Joens and signed G Mactabene Amachree as a free agent. The Mystics signed Jaclyn Johnson as a free agent. F Aiysha Smith took a leave of absence from the team.

May 19, 2006 - The Mystics waived Aiysha Smith

May 15, 2005 – Alana Beard sprained her right ankle and is listed as day-to-day May 18, 2005 – The Mystics waived Jaclyn Johnson. May 20, 2005 – The Mystics waived Iciss Tillis and Helen Luz. The Mystics placed Mactabene Amachree (left knee sprain) and Kaayla Chones (tendonitis) on the injured list. June 1, 2005 – The Mystics placed Kiesha Brown (Left patellar femoral syndrome) on the injured list and activated Kaayla Chones. June 5, 2005 – The Mystics placed Tamicha Jackson on the injured list with a left groin strain. The Mystics activated Kiesha Brown.

May 19, 2006 - The Mystics signed Center Zane Teilane June 20, 2006 - The Mystics activated Center Zane Teilane and put DeLisha Milton Jones on the injured list with an MCL sprain. July 30, 2006 - The Mystics activated Latasha Byears and put Crystal Robinson on the inactive list. January 16, 2007 - The WNBA announced that Washington will host the 2007 All-Star game on July 15th, 2007. It will be the second time that DC will host the all-star game. April 4, 2007 - The Washington Mystics selected F Bernice Mosby with the 6th overall pick in the WNBA Draft. The Mystics also selected G Megan Vogel (19th overall) and C Gillian Goring (33rd overall)

May 29, 2007 - The Mystics signed forward Stacey Lovelace May 31, 2007 - Guard Crystal Robinson retired and joined the Mystics coaching staff. June 1, 2007 - Head Coach Richie Adubato resigned; Wayne “Tree” Rollins is named Interim Head Coach. June 6, 2007 - The Mystics signed center Yelena Leuchanka as a free agent. October 2, 2007 - Wayne ‘Tree” Rollins is named Head Coach of the Washington Mystics April 9, 2008 - The Washington Mystics selected F Crystal Langhorne with the 6th overall pick in the 2008 WNBA draft. Washington also added Lindsey Pluimer (19th overall) and Krystal Vaughn (33rd) April 21, 2008 - The Washington Mystics signed SarahJo Lawrence and Rita Williams to training camp contracts April 22, 2008 - The Los Angeles Sparks traded Taj McWilliams-Franklin and a first-round pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft to the Washington Mystics for DeLisha Milton-Jones. The Washington Mystics waived Tierre Wilson and signed Rashida Suber to a training camp contract. April 25, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived Kalika France. April 28, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived Meg Bulger, Danielle Hutcheson, Michelle Stueve and Rita Williams April 30, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived Gillian Goring

May 1, 2007 - The Mystics cut Dalila Eshe from training camp

May 6, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived SarahJo Lawrence, Rashida Suber and Jillian Robbins

May 7, 2007 - Washington waived guard Mykeema Ford from training camp.

May 12, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived Tamara James, Lindsay Pluimer, and Chandi Jones

May 9, 2007 - The Mystics cut guard Allyson Hardy from training camp.

May 21, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived Lindsay Taylor

May 10, 2007 - Washington waived forward Meredith Alexis from training camp.

May 21, 2008 - The Washington Mystics acquire Crystal Smith

February 8, 2006 – The Mystics signed F Crystal Robinson.

May 17, 2007 - The Mystics waived guard Megan Vogel and guard Rita Williams.

May 25, 2008 - The Washington Mystics changed the status of Crystal Smith to suspended

February 16, 2006 – Washington re-signed G Coco Miller

May 18, 2007 - The Mystics waived forward Teana Miller.

June 4, 2008 - The Washington Mystics changed the status of Crystal Smith to active

February 21, 2006 – The Mystics signed F Latasha Byears and G Shaquala Williams to the training camp roster

May 24, 2007 - The Mystics traded center Chasity Melvin for guard/forward Monique Curie from the Chicago Sky.

June 23, 2008 - The Washington Mystics signed Kendra Wecker and waived Amber Jacobs

June 10, 2005 – The Mystics placed Kiesha Brown (Left patellar femoral syndrome) on the IR and activated Mactabene Amachree. June 23, 2005 – The Mystics waived Kiesha Brown July 25, 2005 – The Mystics placed Mactabene Amachree (right patellar femoral syndrome) on the injured list and activated Tamicha Jackson.

July 19th, 2008 - Jessie Kenlaw replaces Tree Rollins as Interim Head Coach

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MYSTICS TRANSACTIONS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE August 12, 2008 - The Detroit Shock traded Tasha Humphrey, Eshaya Murphy and a second-round pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft to the Washington Mystics for Taj McWilliams-Franklin. August 12, 2008 - The Washington Mystics waived Kendra Wecker

March 16, 2010 – Guard Katie Smith signs with the Mystics as a free agent April 8, 2010 – Forward Kristen Mann re-signs with the Mystics

September 22, 2008 - General Manager Linda Hargrove is relieved of her duties.

April 8, 2010-The Mystics select Jacinta Monroe (first round), Jenna Smith (second round), Alexis GrayLawson (third round); Shanavia Dowdell (fourth round) in the 2010 WNBA Draft.

October 23, 2008 - The Washington Mystics named Angela Taylor General Manager

April 19, 2010 – Guard Nikki Blue re-signs with the Mystics

November 6, 2008 - Julie Plank is named Head Coach of the Washington Mystics

April 30, 2010 – Forward Jenna Smith and Forward Alysha Harvin waived; Forward Jennifer Lacy added to training camp roster

January 6, 2009 - Lubomyr “Luby” Lichonczak, Vanessa Nygaard and Vicky Bullett are named assistant coaches with the Washington Mystics. February 9, 2009 - Chasity Melvin signed with the Washington Mystics March 23, 2009 - Trudi Lacey is named assistant coach to the Washington Mystics; Vanessa Nygaard resigned. April 9, 2009 - The Washington Mystics selected F Marissa Coleman with the second overall pick in the WNBA draft. The Mystics selected Camille Lenoir in the second round (23rd overall) and Jelena Milovanovic (24th overall). In the third round (28th overall), Washington selected Josephine Owino.

pick. The Seattle Storm acquired guard Katie Smith, center Jacinta Monroe and Indiana‘s 2012 second round pick while the Fever received guard Erin Phillips and Seattle’s 2012 third round pick May 1, 2011 – Forward Bernice Mosby waived May 17, 2011 – Guard Maurita Reid and Forward Sequoia Holmes are waived May 28, 2011- Center Chasity Melvin and Forward Angel Robinson waived May 31, 2011- Forward Megan Frazee and guard Ashley Houts waived June 9, 2011- Forward Kerri Gardin added to roster

May 6, 2010 – Guard Alexis Gray-Lawson and Forward Lauren Ervin waived

June 18, 2011- Forward Kerri Gardin waived from roster

May 12, 2010 - Guard Nikki Blue is traded to the New York Liberty in exchange for rookie guard Ashley Houts; Forward Shanavia Dowdell waived

June 24, 2011- Forward Joy Cheek added to roster

May 14, 2010 – Ewelina Kobryn, Kristen Mann, Jennifer Lacy, La’Tangela Atkinson, and Carla Thomas waived December 2, 2010 – The Mystics announce Trudi Lacey as the new General Manager/Head Coach December 3, 2010 – Marianne Stanley rejoins the Mystics coaching staff

July 7, 2011- Forward Joy Cheek waived from roster , Kerri Gardin rejoins roster July 25, 2011- Guard Karima Christmas, forward Ta’shia Phillips waived July 25, 2011- Forwad DeMya Walker added to roster January 17, 2012- Jennifer Gillom joins the Mystics coaching staff

May 1, 2009 - Guard Keisha Brown returns to the Mystics roster

February 3, 2011 – Laurie Byrd joins Mystics coaching staff

February 1, 2012-Mystics acquire Noelle Quinn from the Los Angeles Spark in a trade for Marissa Coleman

May 11, 2009 - Mystics release Guard Coco Miller and Center Kelly Schumacher

February 7, 2011 – Guard Maurita Reid added to Mystics roster

February 9, 2012-Michelle Snow signs with the Mystics as a free agent

June 4, 2009 - Mystics release Forward Kristen Mann and Center Kelly Schumacher

March 29, 2011 – Guard/Forward Sequoia Holmes and forward Angel Robinson added to Mystics roster

February 14, 2012- Mystics acquire Ashley Robinson from the Seattle Storm in a trade for Victoria Dunlap

June 5, 2009 - Forward Bernice Mosby is released

April 9, 2011 – Mystics acquire All-Star Nicky Anosike from the Minnesota Lynx; Mystics add forwards Bernice Mosby and Megan Frazee to training camp roster

February 15, 2012-Mystics re-signs Kerri Gardin and add free agents Laura Harper and Ashley Walker

June 16, 2009 - Forward Kristen Mann re-signs with the Mystics, Center Josephine Owino is released July 6, 2009 - Mystics waive Forward Tasha Humphrey; re-sign Bernice Mosby December 14, 2009 - Mystics select Guard Kristin Haynie in the Dispersal Draft February 17, 2010 - Marianne Stanley returns to the Mystics as an assistant coach; Washington signs free agent La’ Tangela Atkinson. February 25, 2010 - Mystics signs free agent Forward Lauren Ervin February 18, 2010 - Forward Monique Currie re-signs with Washington

April 11, 2011 - The Mystics select Victoria Dunlap (Kentucky) with the 11th overall pick in the first round, Karima Christmas (Duke) with the 23rd overall pick in the second round, and Sara Krnjic (Serbia) with the 35th overall pick in the third round April 11, 2011 - The Mystics acquire Ta’Shia Phillips and guard Kelly Miller from the Atlanta Dream in exchange for guard Lindsey Harding and the Mystics’ 2012 second round draft pick. Phillips (Xavier University) was selected 8th overall in the first round by the Dream April 29, 2011 – The Mystics acquire Jasmine Thomas from the Seattle Storm in a three-team trade. Washington will also receive Seattle’s 2012 first round pick and the Indiana Fever’s 2012 third round

February 16, 2012- Crystal Langhorne re-signs with the Mystics February 21, 2012- Monique Currie re-signs with the Mystics February 22, 2012-guard Dominique Canty signs with the team as a free agent February 23, 2012- Washington acquires guard Natasha Lacy and forward Ashley Walker from the Los Angeles Sparks in a trade for Nicky Anosike March 6, 2012-Matee Ajavon re-signs with the Mystics March 16, 2012- The Mystics select Natalie Novosel (Notre Dame) and LaSondra Barrett (LSU) with the 8th and 10th overall picks in the first round, Anjale Barrett (Maryland) and Briana Gilbreath (USC) with

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March 27, 2012- Rashanda McCants and Tia Lewis are added to the Mystics training camp roster May 7, 2012- Anjale Barrett and Tia Lewis are waived from the roster May 8, 2012 - Briana Gilbreath is waived by the Mystics May 14, 2012 - Laura Harper and Ashley Walker are waived May 14, 2012- The Mystics signed free agents Jessica Breland and Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton May 17, 2012- The Mystics waive LaSondra Barrett, Jessica Breland and Rashanda McCants June 13, 2012- The Mystics waive Dominique Canty June 13, 2012- The team signs free agent Shannon Bobbitt August 26, 2012- The team waives Natasha Lacy August 26, 2012- The Mystics signes free agent Iziane Castro Marques September 24, 2012-The Mystics and Coach Trudi Lacey agrees to part ways December 18, 2012- The Mystics hire Mike Thibault as the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new general manager and head coach January 23, 2013- Marianne Stanley returns to the team as an assistant coach

August 26, 2012- The team waives Natasha Lacy August 26, 2012- The Mystics signes free agent Iziane Castro Marques September 24, 2012-The Mystics and Coach Trudi Lacey agrees to part ways December 18, 2012- The Mystics hire Mike Thibault as the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new general manager and head coach January 23, 2013- Marianne Stanley returns to the team as an assistant coach February 1, 2013-The Mystics sign free agent Ivory Latta February 7, 2013- Ashley Corral and Avery Warley signed as free agents February 27, 2013-Mystics acquire Kia Vaughn March 16, 2013- Eric Thibault joined the Mystics as an assistant coach April 3, 2013- Shannon Bobbit and Shey Peddy added to training camp roster April 15, 2013- Mystics acquire Quanitra Hollingsworth April 15, 2013- Mystics select Tayler Hill in the first round (4th overall), Nadirah McKenith and Emma Meesseman with the 17th and 19th picks respectively in the second round of the 2013 WNBA draft May 12, 2013-Shannon Bobbitt, Avery Warley and Ashley Corral are waived May 14, 2013-Jessica Moore signed as a free agent

February 1, 2013-The Mystics sign free agent Ivory Latta March 27, 2012- Rashanda McCants and Tia Lewis are added to the Mystics training camp roster May 7, 2012- Anjale Barrett and Tia Lewis are waived from the roster May 8, 2012 - Briana Gilbreath is waived by the Mystics May 14, 2012 - Laura Harper and Ashley Walker are waived May 14, 2012- The Mystics signed free agents Jessica Breland and Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton May 17, 2012- The Mystics waive LaSondra Barrett, Jessica Breland and Rashanda McCants June 13, 2012- The Mystics waive Dominique Canty June 13, 2012- The team signs free agent Shannon Bobbitt

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ALL-TIME DRAFT HISTORY WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE ROUND (OVERALL PICK)

2005 DRAFT (APRIL 16)

1998 EXPANSION DRAFT (FEB. 18)

First (6th) Temeka Johnson Louisiana State ’05 Second (19th) Erica Taylor Louisiana Tech ’05 Third (32nd) Tashia Moorehead Florida ’05

First (2nd) Second (4th) Third (6th) Forth (8th)

Heidi Burge Penny Moore Deborah Carter Tammy Jackson

Virginia ’93 Long Beach St. ’91 Georgia ’94 Florida ’85

1998 DRAFT (APRIL 29) First (3rd) Murriel Page Second (13th) Rita Williams Third (23rd) Angela Hamblin Fourth (33rd) Angela Jackson

Florida ’98 Connecticut ’98 Iowa ’98 Texas ’98

1999 DRAFT (MAY 4) Chamique Holdsclaw Second (13th) Shalonda Enis First (1st)

Third (25th)

Andrea Nagy

Fourth (37th) Jennifer Whittle

2006 DRAFT (APRIL 5) First (8th) Second (19)

Tamara James Nikki Blue

Third (33)

Myriam Sy

2007 DRAFT (APRIL 4) First (6th) Bernice Mosby Second (19th) Megan Vogel Third (33rd)

Gillian Goring

Tennessee ’99 Alabama ’97 Florida International ’95 Australia

2000 DRAFT (APRIL 25) First (2nd) Tausha Mills Alabama ’98 Second (18th) Tonya Washington Florida ’00

2001 DRAFT (APRIL 20) First (9th) Coco Miller Georgia ’01 Second (25th) Tamara Stocks Florida ’01 Third (41st) Jamie Lewis Ohio State ’01 Fourth (44th)* Elena Karpova Russia *Pick acquired through trade with New York Liberty

2002 DRAFT (APRIL 19) Stacey DalesFirst (3rd) Oklahoma ’02 Schuman First (4th)* Asjha Jones Connecticut ’02 Pick traded to Second (17th) Indiana Third (33rd) LaNisha Cartwell Alabama ’02 Third (36th)* Teresa Geter South Carolina ’02 *Picks acquired through trade with Indiana Fever

Miami ’06 UCLA ’06 Oklahoma City College ’06

Baylor ’07 SDSU ’07 North Carolina State ’07

2008 DRAFT (APRIL 9) First (6th) Crystal Langhorne Maryland ’08 Second (19th) Lindsey Pluimer UCLA ’08 Third (33rd) Krystal Vaughn VCU ’08

2009 DRAFT (APRIL 9) First (2nd) Marissa Coleman Maryland ’09 Second (23rd) Camille Lenoir USC ’09 Second (24th) Jelena MilovanovicSerbia Third (28th) Josephine Owino Union ’09

2010 DRAFT (APRIL 8) First (6th) Jacinta Monroe Second (14th) Jenna Smith Second (18th) Shanavia Dowdell Alexis GrayThird (30th) Lawson

Florida State’10 Illinois ’10 Louisiana Tech ‘10 Cal ‘10

2011 DRAFT (APRIL 11) First (11th) Second (22nd) Third (33)

Victoria Dunlap

Kentucky ‘11

Karima Christmas Duke ‘11 Sara Krnjic

Serbia

2012 DRAFT (APRIL 16) 2003 DISPERSAL DRAFT (APRIL 24) Eighth Pick* Jenny Mowe Oregon ’01 *Acquired from the dissolved Portland Fire

First (8) First (10) Third (26) Third (35)

Natalie Novosel LaSondra Barrett Anjale Barrett Briana Gilbreath

Notre Dame ‘12 Lousiana State ‘12 Maryland ‘12 USC ‘12

2003 DRAFT (APRIL 25) First (7th) Aiysha Smith Second (21st) Zuzana Zirkova Third (32nd) Trish Juline Fourth (36th) Tamara Bowie

Lousiana State ’03 Slovakia Villanova ’03 Ball State ’03

2013 DRAFT (APRIL 15) First (4) Second (17) Second (19)

Tayler Hill Ohio Sate ‘12 Nadirah McKenith St. John’s ‘12 Emma Meesseman Belgium

2004 DRAFT (APRIL 17) First (2nd)

Alana Beard

Second (15th) Kaayla Chones Third (28th)

Evan Unrau

Duke University ’04 North Carolina State ’04 Missouri ’04

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A JAVON, MATEE NUMBER: 22

Rutgers ‘08 HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 160 BORN: May 7, 1986 Acquired: Selected second overall by the Washington Mystics in the 2008 dispersal draft. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

‘08

34-2

604

94-284

0.331

72-91

0.791

33-27

60

59

85-0

31

55

6

273

8

‘09

34-4

587

85-253

0.336

74-110

0.673

27-37

64

27

84-0

37

50

4

272

8

‘10

34/0

497

661/191

.346

58/75

.773

16/37

53

47

60-0

38

52

2

199

5.9

’12

33/22

712

82/274

.299

31/103

.301

20/40

60

67

97/1

53

65

6

262

7.9

TOTALS

135/59

2861

407/1163 .350

279/428

.651

93/164

257

246

350/1

185

272

22

1234

9.1

TOTALS

102/37

2149

325/889

.365

248/325

.763

73/124

197

179

253

132

207

16

972

9.5

‘09

2-0

34

6-16

.375

5-6

.833

1-4

5

3

6-1

4

2

0

19

9.5

‘10

2/0

35

11/25

.440

12/16

.750

0-0

0

3

7/0

3

2

0

36

18.0

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: ‘08, 13-68 (.191); ‘09, 28-82 (.341); ‘10, 9-49 (.184); ’11, 37-134 (.276); ’12, 31-103 (.301), Totals 118-435 (.271); Playoffs: ‘09, 2-8 (.250); ‘10, 2-5 (.400)

NUMBER: 32

ALDRIDGE, MARKITA UNC Charlotte ’96 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 154 BORN: September 15, 1973 Acquired: Signed with the WNBA, assigned to the Washington Mystics on May 12, 1999.

NUMBER: 32

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

1/2

379

29/94

.309

20/33

.606

12-25

37

33

35-0

15

41

7

81

2.6

’00

29/0

272

25/54

.463

7/22

.318

8-16

24

28

30-0

9

27

4

63

2.2

’01

5/0

35

3/9

.333

1/1

1.00

2-0

2

2

5-0

0

4

0

7

1.4

TOTALS

65/2

686

57/157

.368

28/56

.641

22-41

63

63

70-0

24

72

11

151

2.1

2/0

49

5/11

.455

4/8

.500

1-3

4

7

3-0

1

1

0

14

7.0

PLAYOFFS ’00

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 3-20 (.150); ’00, 6-12 (.500); ’01, 0-3 (.333), Totals: 9-35 (.281); Playoffs: 0-3 (.000)

AMACHREE, MACTABENE Nigeria HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 175 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on April 8, 2005. Departed: Release prior to the start of the 2006 season YEAR

G/GS

MIN

’05

0/3

3

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

2/2

0

BORN: January, 3, 1978

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

NUMBER: 13

BLK

PTS

AVG

2

.667

ANDERSON, KEISHA Wisconsin ’97 HEIGHT: 5-7/WEIGHT: 124 BORN: May 8, 1974 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on May 2, 2000. Departed: Traded to Charlotte Sting for Cass Bauer-Bilodeau on May 27, 2001.

NUMBER: 12

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’00

30/9

434

29/68

.426

14/18

.778

12-34

46

75

53-0

25

47

3

75

2.5

2/2

30

1/3

.333

0/2

.000

2-3

5

5

1-0

0

4

0

2

1.0

PLAYOFFS ’00

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 3/8 (.375), Playoffs: 0-0 (.000)

ANOSIKE, NICKY Tennessee ’08 HEIGHT 6-3/WEIGHT 210 BORN: February 27, 1986 NUMBER: 21 Acquired: Traded from the Minnesota to the Washington Mystics on April 9, 2011 in exchange for a first round pick Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Sparks on February 23, 2012 YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’11

34/29

924

75/216

.347

89/121

.736

83/162

245

47

87

49

59

28

239

7.0

7.0

TOTALS

34/29

924

75/216

.347

89/121

.736

83/162

245

47

87

49

59

28

239

7.0

7.0

Three Point Field Goals: ‘11, 0/1 (.000); ’10, 0/0 (.000); ’09, 1-4 (.250); ’08, 0/1 (.000)

BAUER-BILODEAU CASS Montana State ’94 HEIGHT: 6-4/WEIGHT: 180 BORN: June 27, 1972 NUMBER: 34 Acquired: Acquired in a trade with the Charlotte Sting for Keisha Anderson on May 27, 2001. Departed: Traded to Sacramento Monarchs on May 7, 2002 for a 2nd round pick in the 2003 WNBA Draft. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O/D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’01

15/0

102

5/17

.294

5/10

.500

8-10

18

3

12-0

2

6

1

15

1.0

TOTALS

69/18

623

47/123

.382

30/39

.769

32-62

94

21

104-2

11

47

5

109

1.6

Three-point field-goals: ’01, 0-1 (.000)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE BEARD, AL ANA Duke ’04 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 160 BORN: May 14, 1982 NUMBER: 20 Acquired: First round (2nd overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2004 WNBA draft on April 17, 2004. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O/D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’04

34/34

1025

159/380

.418

107/149

.718

28-115

143

91

98-0

69

80

34

446

13.1

’05

30/30

1015

155/408

.380

80/105

.762

25-105

130

90

87-0

45

63

9

422

14.1

’06

32/32

994

232/469

.495

113/149

.758

23-126

149

98

92-2

59

90

25

614

19.2

’07

33/33

1169

224/539

.416

127/150

.847

25-114

139

99

105-0

64

94

24

622

18.8

’08

33/33

1092

187/474

.395

107/146

.733

4-114

119

117

111-1

55

106

19

532

16.1

09

31/30

985

188/438

.429

84/114

.737

19/104

123

68

97-2

72

100

18

492

15.9

TOTALS

193/192 6287

1145/2708 .423

618/813

.760

124/678 802

563

590/5

364

533

129

3128

16.2

’04

3/3

102

18/41

.439

13/13

1.000

2-13

15

9

8-0

6

10

8

50

16.7

’06

2/2

64

10/36

.278

9/10

.900

2-8

11

2

6-0

6

4

2

30

15.0

09

2/2

54

8/26

.308

2/3

.667

1-3

4

5

6-0

2

0

0

19

9.5

TOTALS

7/7

220

36/103

.349

24/26

.923

5/24

29

16

20-0

14

14

10

99

14.14

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: '04, 21-56 (.375); '05, 32-101 (.317); '06, 370102 (.363); '07, 47/146 (.322), '08, 51-155 (.354); '09, 31-107 (.299) Totals: 220-656 (.335); Playoffs: '04, 1-4 (.250); '06, 1-5 (.200); '09, 1-8 (.125)

BLUE, NIKKI UCLA ’06 HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 150 BORN: March 29, 1984 NUMBER: 19/32 Acquired: Second round (19th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the WNBA draft on April 5, 2006. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06

24/0

181

14/54

.259

25/31

.806

7-13

20

36

36-0

18

18

0

54

2.3

’07

30/1

420

35/108

.324

31/37

.838

13-50

63

48

55-0

22

37

5

107

3.6

’08

26/22

537

33/102

.324

14/32

.483

19-25

41

73

59-0

19

42

2

99

3.8

09

16/0

91

7/24

.292

7/10

.700

2-8

10

12

12-0

7

13

0

24

1.5

TOTALS

96/23

1230

89/288

.309

82/103

.796

37-97

134

169

162-0

66

110

7

284

3.0

1/0

3

0/1

.000

0/0

.000

0-1

1

0

0-0

1

0

0

0

0.0

PLAYOFFS ’06

Three-point field-goals: ’06, 1-12 (.083); ’07, 6-27 (.222)

BOBBITT, SHANNON Tennessee ’08 HEIGHT: 5-2/WEIGHT: 130 BORN: Dec. 6, 1985 Acquired: Signed as a free agent with the Washington Mystics on June 13, 2012

NUMBER: 19/32

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’12

28/5

418

29/88

.330

11/18

.611

11/22

33

72

38/1

14

35

2

78

2.8

Totals

118/28

1762

131/415

.316

61/83

.735

50/121

172

262

145/1

84

163

4

377

3.2

Three Point Field Goals: ’12, 9-40 (.225)

BROWN, KIESHA Georgia ’01 HEIGHT: 5-10/WEIGHT: 134 Acquired: Assigned to the Mystics on April 25, 2002. Departed: Released prior to the 2005 season. Acquired: May 1, 2009.

BORN: January 13, 1979

NUMBER: 14

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’02

18/0

108

12/35

.343

3/3

1.000

4-8

12

6

10-0

5

5

0

28

1.6

’03

27/0

269

24/72

.333

2/3

.667

6-26

32

28

23-0

0

13

22

60

2.2

’04

26/0

371

35/88

.398

21/24

.875

9-41

50

42

21-0

13

33

2

104

4.0

TOTALS

71/0

748

71/195

.358

26/30

.847

19-75

94

76

54-0

18

51

24

192

2.6

’02

2/0

15

3/6

.500

0/0

0-0

1

1

3-0

2

0

0

6

3.0

’04

2/0

3

1/1

1.000

0/0

0-0

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

3

1.5

TOTALS

4/0

18

4/7

0.571

0/0

0-0

1

1

3-0

2

0

0

9

2.25

PLAYOFFS

Three-point field-goals: ’02, 1-11 (.091); ’03 10-33 (.303); ’04, 13-28 (.464); Totals: 24-72 (.286); Playoffs: 1-3 (.333)

BROWN, L A’SHAWN Louisiana Tech ’95 HEIGHT: 6-4/WEIGHT: 180 BORN: December 1, 1972 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics from the 1998 Open Tryouts. Departed: Waived prior to the start of the 1999 season.

NUMBER: 35

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

22/2

272

13/37

.351

17/33

.515

17-36

53

8

62-1

10

24

20

43

2.0

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-0 (.000)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE BULLETT, VICKY Maryland ’89 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 186 BORN: October 4, 1967 NUMBER: 40 Acquired: Assigned to the Charlotte Sting on January 22, 1997. Traded on January 19, 2000, to the Washington Mystics for Shalonda Enis and the Mystics’ third round draft pick (34th overall) during the 2000 WNBA Draft. Departed: Retired in 2003. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’00

32/32

1094

143/294

.486

45/63

.714

61-122

183

42

88-0

64

58

47

342

10.7

’01

32/32

1073

112/286

.392

35/48

.729

65-166

231

41

86-0

53

53

58

278

8.7

’02

32/32

953

109/236

.462

34/41

.829

46-140

186

53

84-0

54

56

37

271

8.5

TOTALS

96/96

3120

363/816

.445

114/152

.750

172-168 340

136

258-0

171

167

142

891

9.3

’00

2/2

69

.500

.500

6/6

1.000

2-7

9

3

5-0

5

2

5

30

15.0

’02

5/5

110

11/27

.407

2/2

1.000

5-10

15

4

11-0

8

6

5

25

5.0

TOTALS

7/7

179

21/47

.446

8/8

1.000

7-17

24

7

16-0

13

8

10

55

7.85

PLAYOFFS

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 11-34 (.324); ’01, 19-64 (.297); ’02, 19-48 (.396); Totals: 49-146 (.356); Playoffs: ’00, 4-7 (.571), ’02, 1-7 (.143), Totals: 5-14 (.357)

BURGE, HEIDI Virginia ’93 HEIGHT: 6-5/WEIGHT: 180 BORN: November 12, 1971 NUMBER: 34 Acquired: Joined the Los Angeles Sparks in 1997, selected second overall by the Washington Mystics in the 1998 Expansion Draft. Departed: Waived on June 8, 1999. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

30/15

501

81/159

.509

37/62

.597

31-69

100

26

93-2

16

73

15

201

6.7

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 2-7 (.286)

BURGESS, ANNIE Australia HEIGHT: 5-7/WEIGHT: 138 BORN: March 10, 1969 NUMBER: 35 Acquired: Acquired in a trade from the Minnesota Lynx on April 17, 2001, in exchange for a second round (28th overall) pick in the 2001 WNBA Draft. Departed: Released prior to the 2004 season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’01

31/27

731

47/141

.333

16/27

.593

27-49

76

88

45-0

26

60

2

124

4.0

’02

26/26

632

12/33

.364

35/45

.778

16-46

62

93

39-0

34

41

4

125

4.8

’03

34/33

841

50/134

.373

15/25

.600

24-55

79

223

47-0

27

52

1

131

3.9

TOTALS

91/86

2204

59/174

.339

51/72

.708

43-95

138

181

84-0

60

101

6

249

4.4

5/5

160

11/29

.379

6/9

.667

7-8

15

27

4-0

2

10

0

30

6.0

PLAYOFFS ’02

Three-point field-goals: ’01, 14-47(.298); ’02, 39-101 (.386); ’03, 16-58 (.276); Totals: 69-206 (.334); Playoffs: 2-8 (.250)

BYEARS, L ATASHA DePaul ’96 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 206 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on February 21, 2006. Departed: Released prior to the 2007 season.

BORN: August 12, 1973

NUMBER: 00

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06

26/0

330

48/107

.449

16/20

.800

37-50

87

10

58-0

12

35

2

112

4.3

CAMPBELL, MICHELLE USC ’97 HEIGHT: 6-5/WEIGHT: 172 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on May 2, 2000. Departed: Waived prior to start of 2001 WNBA season.

BORN: February 20, 1974

NUMBER: 7

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’00

5/0

22

2/5

0.4

2/2

1

0-2

2

1

2-0

0

3

1

6

1.2

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 0-0 (.000)

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CANT Y, DOMONIQUE Alabama ’99 HEIGHT 5-9/WEIGHT 166 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on February 22, 2012 Departed: Waived on June 13, 2012

BORN: March 2, 1977

NUMBER: 3

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’12

6/5

72

6/23

.261

5/10

.500

3/5

8

6

10/0

2

8

0

17

2.8

Totals

380/267 9101

1051

831/0

358

687

36

2779

8.1

926/2409 .384

910/1307 .696

354/612 966

Three Point Field Goals: ’12, 0-3 (.000); Career: 17-96 (.177)

CASTRO-MARQUES, IZIANE Brazil HEIGHT 6-0/WEIGHT 140 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on August 26, 2012

BORN: March 13, 1982

NUMBER: 8

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’12

11/0

132

14/53

.264

5/7

.714

4/8

12

8

8/0

3

8

0

34

3.1

Totals

278/194 6239

464/639

.726

134/429 563

480

467/0

196

497

25

2694

9.7

985/2451 .402

Three Point Field Goals: ’12, 1-6 (.167); Career: 260-815 (.319)

CARTER, DEBORAH Georgia ’94 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 185 BORN: January 2, 1972 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics (6th) in the 1998 Expansion Draft. Departed: Waived by the Mystics prior to the start of the 1999 season.

NUMBER: 9

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

29/6

434

39/144

.271

21/26

.808

20-45

65

23

57-0

16

40

4

111

3.8

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 12-49 (.245)

CHACONAS, KERI George Mason ’96 HEIGHT: 5-9/WEIGHT: 151 BORN: December 21, 1974 Acquired: Signed by the WNBA and assigned to the Washington Mystics on May 8, 1998. Departed: Waived on May 6, 1999.

NUMBER: 12

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

30/1

397

44/148

.297

26/33

.788

7-17

24

38

52-2

13

49

0

144

4.8

Three-point field-goals: 30-105 (.286)

CHEEK, JOY Duke ’09 HEIGHT 6-1/WEIGHT 201 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on June 24, 2011 Departed: Waived on July 7, 2011

BORN: June 25, 1988

NUMBER: 31

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’11

3/0

16

1/4

.250

1/1

1.000

0/3

3

0

2

0

2

1

3

1

Three Point Field Goals: ’11, 0/1 (.000)

CHONES, K A AYL A NC State ’04 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 180 BORN: January 1, 1981 NUMBER: 50 Acquired: Second round (15th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2004 WNBA draft on April 17, 2004. Departed: Released prior to the 2006 season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’04

13/1

115

11/27

.407

0/0

PCT

8-9

17

4

13-0

1

11

4

28

2.2

’05

12/0

61

6/14

.429

0/0

2-4

6

1

9-0

1

4

14

1.2

TOTALS

25/1

176

17/41

.417

0/0

10-13

23

5

22-0

2

15

4

42

1.7

2/0

4

0/0

0/0

0-0

0

0

1-0

0

0

0

0

0.0

PLAYOFFS ’04

Three-point field-goals: ’04, 0-0 (.000)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE COLEMAN, MARISSA Maryland ‘09 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 170 BORN: January 4, 1987 Acquired: Selected in the first round (second overall) of the 2009 WNBA draft Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Sparks in exchange for Noelle Quinn on February 1. 2012

NUMBER: 4

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

09

28/0

525

54/159

.340

34/45

.756

22/54

76

22

44/0

20

34

9

171

6.1

‘10

34/1

663

75/189

.397

31/41

.756

25/87

112

50

67-0

29

42

12

222

6.5

’11

34/28

918

107/278

.385

25/37

.676

46/118

164

47

80

24

54

14

292

292

TOTALS

96/29

2106

236/627

.376

90/123

.731

93/259

352

72

111

49

76

21

393

6.3

09

2/0

53

6/19

.316

5/5

1.000

3/7

10

3

3/0

4

7

4

21

10.5

‘10

2/0

50

8/20

.400

8/10

.800

2-6

8

2

6-0

2

1

0

27

13.5

TOTALS

4/0

104

14/39

.359

13/15

.867

5/13

18

5

111-0

49

76

21

393

6.3

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: ‘09, 29/80 (.363); ‘10, 41/102 (.402); ’11, 53-144 (.368); Playoffs, ’09, 4-8 (.500); ’10, 3-10 (.300)

CUNNINGHAM, BETH Notre Dame ’97 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 153 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on May 2, 2000. Departed: Waived prior to start of 2001 WNBA season.

BORN: June 5, 1975

NUMBER: 21

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’00

21/0

198

17/68

.250

16/19

.842

4/17

21

12

23-0

2

12

0

59

2.8

2/0

13

3/6

.500

0/0

0-0

0

0

0-0

1

1

0

7

3.5

PLAYOFFS ’00

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 9-37 (.243), Playoffs: 1-4 (.250)

CURRIE, MONIQUE Duke ’06 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 177 BORN: February 25, 1981 Acquired: Acquired in trade with Chasity Melvin on May 24, 2007.

NUMBER: 25

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06 (Cha)

34/33

849

87/262

.332

149/184

.810

51-81

132

87

100-0

34

62

4

339

10.0

’07

33/24

832

106/241

.440

128/163

.785

45-88

133

58

24-0

25

51

7

354

10.7

’08

34/34

972

135/337

.401

109/132

.826

32-109

141

86

121-0

30

87

12

403

11.9

09

34/34

728

78/217

.359

102/127

.803

38/108

146

61

83-0

29

57

14

278

8.2

10

34/34

891

146-335

.436

150-171

.877

43-120

163

55

120/0

49

89

14

479

14.1

’11

4/1

77

15/35

.429

16/16

1.000

7/10

17

4

11

7

10

0

47

11.7

’12

34/28

820

129/319

.404

22/80

.275

28/94

122

59

85/0

35

59

7

407

TOTALS

173/163 4259

601/1457 .412

516/674

.765

190/520 710

319

512/0

173

349

54

1939 11.2

09

2/2

37

2/15

.133

6/7

.857

8/7

15

1

8/0

4

3

1

10

5

10

34/34

891

146/335

.436

150/171

.877

43/120

163

55

120/0

49

89

14

479

14.1

12.0

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals:’07, 12-30 (.400); '08, 24/64 (.375); '09, 20/52 (.385); ’10, 37/83 (.446); ’11, 1-8 (.125); Playoffs: '09, 0-3 (.000); ’10, 1/5 (.200)

DALES-SCHUMAN, STACEY Oklahoma ’02 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 155 BORN: September 6, 1979 NUMBER: 21 Acquired: First round (3rd overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2002 WNBA Draft on April 19, 2002. Departed: Retired following the 2004 season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’02

31/28

805

93/230

.404

74/100

.740

26-55

81

84

79-1

16

68

4

303

9.8

’03

24/31

998

122/298

.409

39/55

.709

44-57

101

114

97-0

29

72

12

340

10.0

’04

31/26

782

87/228

.382

40/55

.336

17-47

64

78

61-0

20

37

3

254

8.2

TOTALS

96/85

2585

302/756

.398

153/210

.725

87-159

246

276

237-0

65

177

19

897

9.3

’02

5/5

98

13/30

.433

4/4

1.000

5-3

8

16

8-0

2

5

0

38

7.6

’04

3/3

87

8/20

.400

10/15

.667

6-9

15

5

8-0

2

8

0

27

9.0

TOTALS

8/8

185

21/50

.333

14/19

.737

11-12

23

21

16-0

4

13

0

65

8.1

PLAYOFFS

Three-point field-goals: ’02, 43-109 (.394); ’03, 57-160 (.356); ’04, 40-119 (.336) Totals: 140-388 (.362); Playoffs: 9-27 (.333)

DUNL AP, VICTORIA Kentucky, ‘11 HEIGHT 6-1/ WEIGHT 170 BORN: Sept. 19, 1989 Acquired: Selected in the first round of the 2011 WNBA Draft by the Mystics (11th overall) Departed: Traded to the Seattle Storm on February 14, 2012

NUMBER: 34

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’11

28/5

391

14/59

.332

15/29

.517

22/53

75

123

39

24

26

0

43

1.5

Three Point Field Goals: ’11, 1-2 (.500)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE ENIS, SHALONDA Alabama ’97 HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 185 BORN: December 3, 1974 NUMBER: 3 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the second round (13th overall) of the 1999 WNBA Draft. Departed: Traded to Charlotte for Vicky Bullett on January 19, 2000. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

29/26

844

83/228

.364

39/57

.684

53-104

157

47

82-0

23

60

4

216

7.4

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 11-40 (.275)

GARDEN, KERRI VIRGINIA TECH ‘08 HEIGHT 6-1 WEIGHT 168 Acquired: Signed as a free agent during the 2011 season

BORN: May 19, 1984

NUMBER: 32

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08

22/0

178

22/58

.379

0/0

.000

13-24

23/27

50

26-0

3

11

0

57

2.6

Three Points Field Goals: ’11, 0-8 (.000)

GARDNER, ANDREA Howard ’01 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 189 Acquired: Signed as a free agent prior to the 2008 season. Departed: Released prior to the 2009 season.

BORN: December 29, 1979

NUMBER: 52

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08

22/0

178

22/58

.379

0/0

.000

13-24

23/27

50

26-0

3

11

0

57

2.6

GORING, GILLIAN NC State ’07 HEIGHT: 6-7/WEIGHT: 220 BORN: June 17, 1983 NUMBER: 55 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the third round (33rd overall) of the 2007 WNBA Draft. Departed: Released prior to the 2008 season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’07

21/0

156

19/45

.422

16/21

.762

16-25

41

3

28-0

5

4

12

54

2.6

GORTMAN, SHAUNZINSKI South Carolina ’02 HEIGHT: 5-10/WEIGHT: 158 Acquired: Signed a 10-day contract on July 24, 2008. PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

BORN: December 7, 1979

NUMBER: 32

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’04

4/0

24

0/0

0/0

0-4

4

2

0-0

0

2

1

0

.000

1/0

2

0/0

0/0

0-4

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

.000

PLAYOFFS ’04

Three Point field-goal: ’04, 0-0 (.000)

GRAHAM, MARGO Houston ’93 HEIGHT: 6-4/WEIGHT: 235 Acquired: Signed by Mystics on July 31, 1998. Departed: Waived on May 6, 1999.

BORN: December 18, 1970

NUMBER: 32

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

10/0

49

8/19

.421

3/6

.500

8-5

13

1

14-0

1

8

1

19

1.9

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-0 (.000)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE HARDING, LINDSEY Duke ‘06 HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 139 BORN: June 12, 1984 NUMBER: 10 Acquired: Acquired by the Mystics via trade with the Minnesota Lynx for the first and second round picks in the 2009 WNBA draft. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’07 ( MIN)

20/20

602

86/243

0.354

53/78

0.679

15/72

87

78

44/0

20

47

6

233

11.6

‘08 (MIN)

24/11

591

51/139

0.367

50/72

0.694

Sep-47 56

76

56/0

27

55

4

154

6.4

‘09

34/34

1194

163/375

0.435

89/119

0.748

24/111

135

154

68/0

43

101

13

435

12.79

10

34/34

1130

157/353

.445

82/107

.766

17/86

103

134

67/0

47

94

6

411

12.1

TOTALS

112/98

3518

457/1110 .412

274/376

.729

65/316

381

445

235/0

137

297

29

123

11.0

‘09

2/2

81

10/26

.385

1/1

1.000

1/4

5

8

6/0

3

10

0

21

10.5

10

2/2

67

7/32

.219

5/8

.625

1/4

5

6

7/0

4

6

0

21

10.5

Totals

4/4

147

17/58

.293

6/9

.667

2/8

10

14

13/0

7

16

0

42

10.5

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: ’07, 8-35 (.229); '08, 2-25 (.08); '09, 20-62 (.323), 10,15/52; Playoffs: '09, 0-3 (.000),

HOLDSCL AW, CHAMIQUE Tennessee ’99 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 172 BORN: August 9, 1977 NUMBER: 23 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics as the first overall pick in the 1999 WNBA Draft. Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Sparks for F DeLisha Milton-Jones on March 21, 2005. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

31/30

1061

202/462

.437

116/150

.773

74-172

246

74

67-0

37

108

27

525

16.9

’00

32/32

1131

232/499

.465

87/128

.680

57-183

240

80

74-0

47

93

18

561

17.5

’01

29/29

1001

187/467

.400

101/148

.682

72-84

256

66

49-0

44

94

14

486

16.8

’02

20/20

634

149/330

.452

88/106

.830

54-178

232

45

50-0

20

45

6

397

19.9

’03

27/27

948

204/480

.425

140/155

.903

72-222

294

89

74-0

34

72

15

554

20.5

’04

23/22

801

162/403

.402

106/132

.803

51-140

191

56

67-0

39

57

18

437

19.0

TOTALS

162/161 5576

1136/2641 .430

638/819

.779

380-10791459

410

381-0

221

479

98

2960

18.4

’00

2/2

75

13/29

.448

4/4

1.000

3-8

11

1

2-0

3

6

1

30

15.0

’02

5/5

173

35/78

.449

22/30

.733

10-33

43

16

14-0

10

10

3

94

18.8

TOTALS

7/7

248

48/107

.448

26/34

.787

13-41

54

17

16-0

13

16

4

124

17.7

PLAYOFFS

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 5-29 (.172); ’00, 10-39 (.256); ’01, 11-46 (.239); ’02, 11-28 (.393); ’03, 6-35 (.171); ’04, 7-17 (.412) Totals: 50-194 (.291). Playoffs: ’00, 0-1 (.000); ’02, 2-11 (.182); Totals: 2-12 (.167)

HOUTS, ASHLEY Georgia ’10 HEIGHT: 5-6/WEIGHT: 145 BORN: December 31, 1987 Acquired: In a trade from the New York Liberty on May 12,2010

NUMBER: 12

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

10

20/0

110

6/16

.375

2/2

1.000

4/9

13

9

9/0

6

7

0

17

0.9

Playoffs

10

1/0

4

0/0

.000

.000

0/0

.000

0/1

1

0

1/0

0

0

0

Three-point field-goals: ’10, 3-12 (.250), Playoffs: 10, 0-0 (0.000)

HUMPHREY, TASHA Georgia ’08 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 200 BORN: December 29, 1985 NUMBER: 23 Acquired: Traded from the Detroit Shock along with Shay Murphy and a third round pick for Forward Taj McWilliams-Franklin. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08 (DET/ WAS)

30/23

509

96/206

.466

26/68

.382

35-77

112

31

91-0

17

45

8

249

8.3

JACKSON, ANGEL A Texas ’98 HEIGHT: 6-4/WEIGHT: 205 BORN: March 30, 1976 NUMBER: 32 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the fourth round (33rd overall) in the 1998 WNBA Draft on April 29, 1998. Departed: Waived on July 31, 1998. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

6/0

36

3/6

.500

4/6

.667

3-1

4

0

7-0

1

0

2

10

1.7

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-0 (.000)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE JACKSON, TAMICHA Louisiana Tech ’00 HEIGHT: 5-6/WEIGHT: 120 BORN: April 22, 1978 Acquired: In a trade from the Phoenix Mercury on March 25, 2004. Departed: Released prior to the 2006 season.

NUMBER: 35

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’04

25/12

405

57/135

.422

11/16

.688

7-30

37

45

21-0

20

28

1

135

5.4

’05

8/0

66

4/26

.154

0/2

0

1-5

6

10

5-5

5

4

0

9

1.1

TOTALS

33/12

471

61/161

.378

11/18

.611

8-35

43

55

26-5

25

32

1

144

4.36

3/0

42

6/13

.462

2/2

1.000

0-1

1

4

7-0

0

2

0

17

5.7

PLAYOFFS ’04

Three Point field-goal: ’04, 10-25 (.400); Playoffs: ’04, 3-5 (.600)

JACKSON, TAMMY Florida ’85 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 190 BORN: December 3, 1962 Acquired: Selected during the 1998 WNBA Expansion Draft on February 18, 1998. Departed: Waived on June 23, 1998.

NUMBER: 23

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

2/0

14

2/3

.667

0/2

.000

1-3

4

0

3-0

0

0

0

4

2.0

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-0 (.000)

JAMES, TAMARA Miami ’06 HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 145 BORN: June 13, 1984 NUMBER: 2 Acquired: Second round (8th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the WNBA draft on April 5, 2006. Departed: Released prior to the 2008 season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06

21/0

160

19/49

.388

16/18

.889

9-7

16

3

13-0

4

10

2

57

2.7

’07

31/9

401

52/134

.388

42/45

.849

15-34

49

34

43-0

25

28

4

167

5.4

TOTALS

52/9

561

71/183

.387

58/63

.920

24-41

65

37

56-0

29

38

6

224

4.1

Three-point field-goals: ’06, 3-12 (.250), ’07, 28-85 (.360)

JOHNSON, LESLIE Western Kentucky ’98 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 220 BORN: January 12, 1975 Acquired: Signed by the Mystics on July 31, 1998. Departed: Waived by the Mystics prior to the start of the 1999 season.

NUMBER: 28

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

7/0

15

1/2

.500

0/0

0

0-1

1

1

6-0

0

4

0

2

.3

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-0 (.000)

JOHNSON, TAMEK A Louisiana State University ’05 HEIGHT: 5-3/WEIGHT: 145 BORN: September 6, 1982 NUMBER: 2 Acquired: First round (6th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2005 WNBA draft on April 16, 2005 Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Sparks along with Murriel Page and the number 5 pick in the 2006 WNBA draft for G Nikki Teasley and the Sparks’ number 8 pick. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’05

34/34

973

125/273

.458

13/43

.302

13-91

104

177

99-0

44

88

1

315

9.3

JONES, ASjHA Connecticut ’02 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 198 BORN: August 1, 1980 NUMBER: 15 Acquired: First round (4th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2002 WNBA Draft on April 19, 2002. Departed: Traded to the Connecticut Sun in three-team trade for Phoenix Mercury G Tamecha Jackson on March 25, 2004. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’02

32/5

612

93/233

.399

20/33

.606

39-50

89

28

88-2

13

39

17

208

6.5

’03

34/10

748

121/279

.434

41/55

.745

62-73

135

52

88-0

16

63

25

290

8.5

TOTALS

66/15

1360

214/512

.418

61/88

.693

101-123 224

80

197-2

29

102

42

498

7.5

5/0

63

8/19

.421

1/2

.500

3-5

3

13-0

0

1

1

18

3.6

PLAYOFFS ’02

8

Three-point field-goals: ’02, 2-10 (.200); ’03, 7-17 (.412); Totals: 9-27 (.333); Playoffs: 1-2 (.500)

KOEHN, L AURIE Kansas State HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 143 Acquired: Signed as a free agent in April 2005. Departed: Released prior to the 2009 season.

BORN: May 13, 1982

NUMBER: 12

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’05

30/0

230

37/79

.468

4/5

.800

4-7

11

10

15-0

2

6

0

113

3.8

’06

32/0

161

23/46

.500

3/4

.750

0-12

12

8

16-0

2

5

2

71

1.8

’07

28/0

109

13/36

.361

16/19

.842

0-8

8

5

8-0

0

3

0

40

1.4

’08

30/0

144

24/61

.391

23/55

.418

4-7

11

3

9-0

0

10

0

71

2.4

TOTALS

120/0

633

97/222

.437

92/205

.449

8-34

34

42

42-0

4

24

2

295

2.5

Three-point field-goals: ’05, 35-75 (.467); ’06, 22-42 (.524); ’07, 12/33 (.364)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE L ACY, NATASHA Texas El-Paso’09 HEIGHT 5-10/WEIGHT 165 BORN: Jul. 8, 1985 Acquired: Acquired in a trade with the Los Angeles Sparks on February 23, 2012

NUMBER: 21

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’12

1/20

259

29/81

.358

14/18

.778

10/32

42

25

27/0

13

23

5

77

3.9

Totals

4/65

946

124/294

.422

63/105

.600

34/109

143

129

97/0

64

96

17

323

5.0

Three Point Field Goals: ’12, 5-21 (.238); Career: 63-105 (.267)

L ANGHORNE, CRYSTAL Maryland ’08 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 175 BORN: October 27, 1982 NUMBER: 1 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the 1st round (6th overall) of the 2008 WNBA draft. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08

34/6

529

68/109

.624

0/0

0

53-83

136

15

54-0

15

36

6

164

4.8

’09

34/22

1013

163/284

.574

82/119

.689

101-167 268

29

74-0

34

76

13

408

12.0

10

2/2

70

11/24

.458

5/5

1.000

8/8

16

3

9/0

0

5

4

27

13.5

’12

31/31

999

190/338

.562

75/117

.641

75/119

194

42

65/0

46

75

4

456

14.7

TOTALS:

164/124 4763

869/1531 .568

405/584

.693

423/740 1163

176

339/0

165

379

45

2146

13.1

’09

2/2

79

14/20

.700

5/8

.625

5-15

20

1

6-0

1

6

1

33

16.5

10

4/4

149

25/44

.568

10/13

.769

13/23

36

4

15/0

1

11

5

60

15.0

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: '08, 0-0 (.000); '09, 0-2 (.000); ’10, 1-6 (.167); ’11, 1-8 (.125); ’12, 1-8 (.125) Totals: 3-24 (.125). Playoffs: '09, 0-0 (.000); ’10, 0-0 (.000)

LUZ, HELEN Brazil HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 144 BORN: November 23, 1972 Acquired: Assigned to the Washington Mystics on April 30, 2001.

NUMBER: 25

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’01

32/3

489

55/136

.404

22/25

.880

10-27

37

55

47-0

28

43

5

164

5.1

’02

32/0

474

65/148

.439

15/19

.789

9-23

32

48

40-0

18

43

5

187

5.8

’03

20/0

165

19/53

.358

9/10

.900

2-8

10

21

16-0

6

11

2

59

3.0

TOTALS

84/3

1128

139/337

.412

46/54

.852

21-58

79

124

103-0

52

97

12

410

4.9

4/0

46

7/12

.583

0/0

0-3

3

8

2-0

2

3

0

18

4.5

PLAYOFFS ’02

Three-point field-goals: ’01, 32-82(.390); ’02, 42-106 (.396); ’03, 12-40 (.300) Totals: 86-228 (.377); Playoffs: ’02, 4-8 (.500)

MANN, KRISTEN California Santa Barbara ‘05 HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 185 BORN: August 10, 1983 Acquired: Signed as a free agent prior to the start of the 2009 season.

NUMBER: 24

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

‘05 (MIN)

24-0

185

30-60

0.500

10-16

0.688

11-24

35

11

16-0

8

7

1

71

3

‘06 (MIN)

33-33

895

92-238

0.387

25-34

0.735

23-90

113

94

71-0

19

50

7

245

7.4

‘07 (MIN)

34-17

882

96-256

0.379

29-37

0.784

39-83

122

43

81-0

31

27

7

258

7.6

‘08 (ATL/IND) 18-8

254

19-48

0.395

5-5

1

10-13

23

15

23-0

9

15

5

47

2.6

‘09

16-0

95

10-28

0.357

1-1

1

2-12

14

6

9-0

3

3

0

25

1.6

TOTALS

125-58

2309

247-630

0.392

71-93

0.763

85-222

307

169

200

70

102

20

646

5.2

’08

3-0

30

4-9

0.444

0-0

0

1-0

1

1

4-0

1

4

0

10

3.3

’09

1-0

8

1-2

0.500

0-0

0

1-0

1

0

1-0

0

1

0

3

3.0

TOTALS

4-0

38

5-11

0.454

0-0

0

2-0

2

1

5-0

1

5

0

13

3.25

PLAYOFFS

‘05, 0-9 (.000); ‘06, 36-96 (.375), ‘07, (37-106 (.349), ‘08, 4-9 (.444), ‘09, 4-18 (.222); Playoffs: ‘08, 2-6 (.333), ‘09, 1-2 (.500)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE MA XWELL, MONICA Louisiana Tech ’99 HEIGHT: 5-9/WEIGHT: 162 BORN: December 21, 1976 NUMBER: 21 Acquired: Selected as a training camp participant during the Washington Mystics 1999 training camp. Departed: Released to the Indiana Fever during the 1999 WNBA Expansion Draft on December 15, 1999. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

20/0

141

11/50

.220

5/9

.556

3-19

22

10

9-0

5

11

1

34

1.7

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 7-33 (.212)

MCCRAY, NIKKI Tennessee ’95 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 158 BORN: Dec. 17, 1972 NUMBER: 15 Acquired: Signed by the WNBA and assigned to the Washington Mystics on January 27, 1998. Departed: Traded to the Indiana Fever with the Mystics’ 17th and 49th overall 2002 Draft picks for Angie Braziel and the Fever’s 4th and 36th overall picks on December 5, 2001. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

29/28

969

191/457

.418

107/143

.748

34-51

85

90

81-2

43

125

2

512

17.7

’99

32/32

1043

193/455

.424

129/160

.806

35-51

86

78

86-1

34

107

1

561

17.5

’00

32/32

1046

167/385

.434

113/147

.769

22-34

56

85

79-0

45

89

5

497

15.5

’01

32/32

828

119/290

.410

91/128

.711

22-34

56

47

68-1

26

73

0

351

11.0

TOTALS

125/124 3886

670/1556 .430

440/578

.761

113-170 283

300

314-4

165

394

8

1921

15.4

2/2

7/16

0/0

2-4

13

6-0

1

10

0

15

7.5

PLAYOFFS ’00

70

.438

6

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 23-73 (.315); ’99, 46-153 (.301); ’00, 50-151 (.331); ’01, 22-95 (.232) Totals: 141-472 (.299); Playoffs: 1/7 (.143)

MCWILLIAMS-FRANKLIN, TA J Tennessee ’95 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 158 BORN: December 17, 1972 NUMBER: 11 Acquired: Traded from the Los Angeles Sparks to the Washington Mystics in exchange for F DeLisha Milton‑Jones. Departed: Traded to the Detroit Shock for F Tasha Humphrey and Eshaya Murphy. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08

26/26

862

147/280

.422

7/25

.280

59-132

191

41

62-0

44

75

25

347

13.3

MELVIN, CHASIT Y NC State ’98 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 189 BORN: May 3, 1976 Acquired: Drafted in the Dispersal Draft on January 6, 2004, from the Cleveland Rockers. Departed: Traded to the Chicago Sky for Forward Monique Currie on May 24, 2007. Acquired: Signed as a free agent on February 9, 2009.

NUMBER: 44

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’04

34/16

825

104/256

.406

85/111

.766

63-68

131

37

89-0

15

52

18

293

8.6

’05

34/34

1051

150/305

.492

93/138

.674

82-117

199

25

113-0

31

61

14

397

11.7

’06

34/34

999

153/294

.520

99/151

.656

84-140

224

45

109-0

34

62

26

405

11.9

’07 ( WAS/ CHI)

32/28

935

118/259

.455

85/129

.658

73-140

213

37

101-0

38

71

22

322

10.06

’08 (CHI)

34/18

759

98-221

.443

81-132

.614

85-87

172

80

99-0

31

49

10

278

8.2

’09 (WAS)

34/33

756

84-188

.447

33-61

.541

79-79

158

36

101-0

34

50

29

201

5.9

10

34/12

659

75/173

.434

27/42

.643

70/89

159

23

71-0

24

41

17

177

5.2

TOTALS

359/290 9810

13522908

.465

917-1350 .679

820-11391959

488

635-0

312

635

215

3637

10.1

’04

3/3

104

13/31

.419

15/21

.714

7/18

25

6

10-0

1

2

4

41

13.7

’06 (WAS)

2/2

58

5/15

0.333

1-4

.250

10-5

15

0

11-0

0

5

0

11

5.5

’09

2/2

45

7/12

0.583

3-3

1.000

2-4

6

4

10-0

2

7

1

17

8.5

10

2/1

30

4/5

.800

3-4

.750

2/2

4

2

1-0

2

1

0

11

5.5

TOTALS

19/18

575

65-143

.455

66-91

.725

44-67

111

32

66-0

12

39

14

196

10.3

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: '99, 1-1 (1.000), '00, 1-7, (.143), '01,2-2 (1.000); '02, 3-6, (.500); '03, 3-11 (.273), ’04, 0-0, ’05, 4-16 (.250); '05, 4-16, (.250), ’06, 0-2 (.000),'07, 1-7 (.143);'08, 1-3 (.333); '09, 0-1, (.000), 10, 0-0 (.000) ; Playoffs, '00, 0-1, (.000); '01, 0-1 (.000);'03, 0-1, (.000); ’04, 0-0, (.000), ’06 (0-0); '09, 0-0, (.000)

MILLER, COCO Georgia ’01 HEIGHT: 5-10/WEIGHT: 138 BORN: September 6, 1978 Acquired: Selected ninth overall in the 2001 WNBA Draft on April 20, 2001. Departed: Released prior to the 2009 season.

NUMBER: 9

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

‘11

34/29

943

86/225

.382

30/38

.789

22/56

78

95

70

23

61

8

251

7.4

Three Point Field Goals: ’11, 49-111 (.441)

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G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’01

20/0

137

13/40

.325

6/11

.545

5-4

9

8

10-0

6

13

0

34

1.7

’02

32/32

904

114/263

.433

46/56

.821

44-72

116

82

84-0

33

59

2

298

9.3

’03

33/33

1076

172/382

.450

37/53

.698

55-72

127

86

95-0

39

53

7

413

12.5

’04

33/8

637

72/167

.431

11/14

.786

35-28

63

43

60-0

18

27

3

160

4.8

’05

34/4

500

68/160

.425

8/10

.800

24-35

59

44

53-0

26

28

3

153

4.5

’06

34/4

658

84/171

.491

26/29

.897

36-55

91

59

73-0

34

49

4

206

6.1

’07

30/2

455

47/116

.405

16/16

1.000

20-29

49

25

45-0

19

29

2

120

4.0

’08

34/6

710

77/217

.355

10/16

.625

46-39

85

47

63-0

26

58

5

179

5.3

TOTALS

250/83

5077

647/1516 .427

160/205

.780

265-334 599

394

483-0

201

316

26

1563

6.3

’02

5/5

163

21/50

.420

6/10

.600

7-8

15

12

13-0

2

7

0

54

10.8

’04

3/0

51

7/19

.368

2/2

1.000

3-4

7

2

2-0

5

2

0

16

5.3

’06

2/0

37

7/15

.467

1/4

.250

2-4

6

2

7-0

1

4

0

16

8.0

TOTALS

10/5

251

35/84

.417

9/16

.563

12-16

28

16

22-0

8

13

0

86

8.6

PLAYOFFS

Three-point field-goals: ’01, 2-6 (.333); ’02, 24-64 (.375), ’03. 32-89 (.360); ’04, 5-19; (.263); ’05, 9-24 (.375); ’06, 12-30 (.400); ’07, 10/25 (.400); Playoffs: ’02, 6-11 (.545); ’04, 0-0 (.000); ’06, 1-2 (.500) Totals: 7-17 (.563)

MILLS, TAUSHA Alabama ’98 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 225 BORN: February 29, 1976 Acquired: Selected second overall in the 2000 WNBA Draft on April 25, 2000. Departed: Qualifying contract withdrawn by Washington Mystics on May 6, 2003.

NUMBER: 5

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’00

31/0

295

46/105

.438

38/51

.745

39-41

80

9

71-1

10

37

8

130

4.2

’01

30/0

319

23/69

.333

18/31

.581

40-65

105

6

72-0

14

25

4

64

2.1

’02

4/0

17

0/4

.000

0/2

.000

0-3

3

0

3-0

1

2

0

0

0.0

TOTALS

55/0

534

40/141

.284

34/52

.654

44-85

129

18

98-1

17

39

4

123

2.4

2/0

21

4/7

.571

3/8

.375

2-1

3

0

7-0

0

3

0

11

5.5

PLAYOFFS ’00

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 0-0 (.000); ’01, 9-38 (.237), ’02, 0-0 (.000), Totals: 9-38 (.237); Playoffs: 0-0 (.000).

MILTON-JONES, DELISHA Florida ’97 HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 185 BORN: September 11, 1974 Acquired: In a trade from the Los Angeles Sparks for Chamique Holdsclaw on March 21, 2005. Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Sparks for Taj McWillams-Franklin and a first round pick.

NUMBER: 3

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’05

33/30

1069

138/331

.417

79/99

.798

45-127

172

58

117-1

57

75

18

394

11.9

’06

23/20

675

125/265

.472

51/63

.810

13-76

89

48

87-1

35

67

17

335

14.6

’07

34/34

1141

165/473

.349

98/116

.845

45-172

217

55

107-0

52

131

38

456

13.4

TOTALS

90/84

2885

430/1069 .402

228/278

.820

103-375 478

161

311-2

144

273

73

1185

13.1

2/2

69

11/29

2/2

1.000

7-11

5

3-0

3

6

1

28

14.0

PLAYOFFS ’06

.380

18

Three-point field-goals: ’05; 39-119 (.328); ’06, 34-79 (.430); Totals: 73-198 (.368); Playoffs: ’06, 4-9 (.444)

MONROE, JACINTA Florida State ’10 HEIGHT: 6-5/WEIGHT: 162 BORN: September 4, 1988, NUMBER:50 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the first round (6th overall) of the 2010 WNBA Draft Departed: Traded to the Seattle Storm on April 29,2011 YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’10

17/0

117

15/31

.484

6/12

.500

4/12

16

3

20/0

5

6

8

36

2.1

2/0

5

0/0

.000

0/0

.000

0/1

1

0

1/0

1

0

0

0

0.0

PLAYOFFS 10

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 19-92 (.207); ’99, 0-0 (.000); Totals: 19-92 (.207)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE MOORE, PENNY Long Beach State ’91 HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 135 BORN: January 25, 1969 NUMBER: 24 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics (4th overall) in the 1998 WNBA Expansion Draft on February 18, 1998. Departed: Waived prior to start of 2002 WNBA season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

29/26

756

93/271

.343

33/46

.717

35-73

108

46

58-0

44

61

20

238

8.2

’99

4/0

19

1/3

.333

0/0

.000

1-0

1

0

1-0

0

4

1

2

0.5

TOTALS

33/26

775

94/274

.343

33/46

.717

36-73

109

46

59-0

44

65

21

240

7.3

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 19-92 (.207); ’99, 0-0 (.000); Totals: 19-92 (.207)

MOSBY, BERNICE Baylor ’07 HEIGHT: 6-1 /WEIGHT: 172 BORN: February 14, 1984 NUMBER: 33 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the first round (6th overall) of the 2007 WNBA Draft. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’07

28/0

279

30/62

.484

23/28

.821

25-53

78

10

22-0

8

19

6

83

3.0

’08

24/1

183

20/51

.442

8/12

.667

17-36

53

2

20-0

2

12

7

48

2.8

’09

24/0

169

17/47

.362

12/14

.857

15-22

37

3

29-0

8

16

1

46

1.9

TOTALS

76/1

631

67/160

.419

43/54

.796

57-111

168

15

71-0

18

47

14

177

2.3

Three Point Field Goals: ’07, 0-1 (.000); '08, 0-0 (.000); '09, 0-1 (.000)

MURPHY, ESHAYA USC ’06 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 164 BORN: April 15, 1985 NUMBER: 14 Acquired: Traded by the Detroit Shock along with Tasha Humphrey in exchange for Taj McWilliams Franklin. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08 (D/M/ Was)

15/3

134

14/48

.292

4/6

.667

13-13

26

8

19-0

6

11

2

37

2.2

NAGY, ANDREA Florida International ’95 HEIGHT: 5-8/WEIGHT: 154 BORN: November 16, 1971 NUMBER: 16 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the third round (25th overall) of the 1999 WNBA Draft, May 4, 1999. Departed: Traded to the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for one of the Mystics’ second round picks in the 2001 Draft. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

32/32

947

54/132

.409

45/59

.763

11-67

78

146

111-2

31

83

3

162

5.1

’00

23/23

694

31/79

.392

21/26

.808

10-53

63

118

55-0

17

55

8

97

4.2

TOTALS

55/55

1641

85/211

.403

66/85

.776

21-120

141

264

166-2

48

138

11

259

4.7

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 9-33 (.273); ’00, 14-39 (.359); Totals: 23-72 (.319)

OWEN, HEATHER Stanford ’98 HEIGHT: 6-5/WEIGHT: 220 BORN: May 6, 1976 Acquired: Signed by the WNBA and assigned to the Washington Mystics on May 12, 1999. Departed: Retired prior to start of 2001 WNBA season.

NUMBER: 44

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

17/0

235

10/25

.400

16/23

.696

11-27

38

7

42-0

2

15

4

36

2.1

’00

11/0

60

1/4

.250

0/0

2-7

9

2

12-0

0

3

0

2

0.2

TOTALS

28-0

295

11/29

.379

16/23

13-34

47

9

54-0

2

18

4

38

1.4

.696

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 0-0 (.000); ’00, 0-0 (.000); Totals: 0-0 (.000)

PAGE, MURRIEL Florida ’98 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 163 BORN: September 18, 1975 NUMBER: 10 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the first round (3rd overall) in the 1998 WNBA Draft. Departed: Traded to the Los Angeles Sparks along with Temeka Johnson and the number 5 pick in the 2006 WNBA draft for G Nikki Teasley and the Sparks’ number 8 pick. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

30/30

955

104/217

.479

41/65

.631

81-127

208

40

97-1

19

57

13

249

8.3

’99

32/26

916

105/183

.574

71/104

.683

68-145

213

28

103-4

24

49

30

281

8.8

’00

32/32

1046

131/222

.590

52/92

.565

79-129

208

64

103-2

23

63

32

314

9.8

’01

32/32

989

100/231

.433

21/36

.583

74-103

177

55

88-2

30

60

36

225

7.0

’02

32/15

750

88/195

.451

30/53

.566

55-100

155

37

79-0

14

45

15

208

6.5

’03

34/34

850

83/220

.377

42/56

.750

62-90

152

35

101-0

18

41

24

213

6.3

’04

33/19

809

81/175

.463

22/40

.550

40-100

140

36

85-0

25

30

16

184

5.6

’05

34/4

589

47/119

.395

8/8

1.000

21-62

83

25

56-0

15

23

9

108

3.2

TOTALS

259/180 6904

739/1562 .473

287/454

.632

480-856 1336

320

712-0

168

268

175

1782

6.8

’00

2/2

69

4/9

.444

3/4

.750

2-4

6

1

5-0

2

4

0

11

5.5

’02

5/0

113

17/27

.630

14/15

.933

6-16

22

4

12-0

1

3

4

48

9.6

’04

3/3

90

5/16

.313

1/2

.500

3-11

14

4

5-0

0

3

1

11

3.7

TOTALS

10/5

272

26/52

.500

18/21

.626

11-31

42

9

22-0

3

10

5

70

7.0

PLAYOFFS

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-2 (.000); ’99, 0-0 (.000); ’00, 0-0 (.000); ’01, 4-17 (.235), ’02, 2-4 (.500); ’03, 5-12 (.417), ’04, 0-3 (.000) Totals: 11-38 (.289); Playoffs: ’00, 0-0 (.000), ’02, 0-0 (.000), ’04, 0-0 (.000)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE PENN, JOCELYN South Carolina ’03 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 160 BORN: September 10, 1975 Acquired: Signed as a free agent with the Washington Mystics on June 9, 2003. Departed: Released prior to the 2004 season.

NUMBER: 45

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’03

30/0

288

31/78

.397

22/33

.667

81-127

208

40

97-1

19

57

13

249

8.3

Three-point field-goals: ’03, 2-13 (.154)

QUINN, NOELLE UCLA, ’07 HEIGHT 6-0/WEIGHT 175 BORN: Jan. 3, 1985 NUMBER: 45 Acquired: Selected by Minnesota in the first round of the 2007 WNBA Draft. Traded from the Los Angeles Sparks to the Washington Mystics for Marissa Coleman on February 1, 2012 Departed: Signed as a free agent with the Seattle Storm in 2013 YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’12

32/21

643

81/155

.523

28/36

.778

59/114

173

19

75/0

19

53

27

190

Totals

366/288 8894

692/987

.701

657/1657 1147

2316

1030/0

247

685

377

3184 8.7

1245/2450 .508

STL

5.9

Three Point Field Goals: ’12, 31-77 (.403)

ROBERTS, NYREE Old Dominion ’98 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 209 BORN: March 10, 1976 NUMBER: 00 Acquired: Selected by Houston in the second round of the 1998 WNBA Draft on April 29, 1998. Traded to the Washington Mystics for Alessandra Santos de Oliveira on July 11, 1999. Departed: Released to the Indiana Fever during the 1999 WNBA Expansion Draft on December 15, 1999. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

12/0

79

6/11

.545

5/9

.556

3-9

12

1

5-0

5

11

1

17

1.4

.600

4/7

.571

2-8

10

1

5-0

5

10

1

16

2.0

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 0-0 (.000) (WASHINGTON TOTAL) ’99

8/0

62

6/10

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 0-0 (.000)

ROBINSON, CRYSTAL SE Oklahoma St ’96 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 155 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on February 8, 2006. Departed: Retired in May 2007.

BORN: January 22, 1974

NUMBER: 17

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06

27/27

727

74/184

.402

12/30

.806

18-52

70

49

83-0

33

27

0

199

7.4

0/2

36

3/8

.375

0/0

.000

2-3

5

9

8-0

0

1

0

8

4.0

PLAYOFFS ’06

Three-point field-goals: ’06, 26-92 (.283); Playoffs: ’06, 2-5 (.500)

ROBINSON, RENEE Virginia ’00 HEIGHT: 5-7/WEIGHT: 157 BORN: June 15, 1978 Acquired: Signed as a free agent by the Washington Mystics on July 27, 2008. Departed: Waived on May 8, 2001. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

’00

2/0

5

0/1

PCT

NUMBER: 24

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

4/4

1.000

0-0

0

0

3-0

1

1

0

4

2.0

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 0-1 (.000)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE SANFORD, NAKIA Kansas ’99 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 190 BORN: May 10, 1976 Acquired: Signed as a free agent with the Washington Mystics on April 10, 2003.

NUMBER: 4

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’03

17/0

134

20/40

.500

9/20

.450

10-16

26

1

35-0

3

20

2

49

2.9

’04

31/29

653

63/126

.500

43/75

.573

53-101

154

18

99-0

18

37

16

169

5.5

’05

27/0

293

29/60

.483

30/62

.484

15-30

45

6

50-0

10

17

11

88

3.3

’06

34/19

885

112/216

.519

77/125

.616

69-134

203

36

118-0

28

72

21

301

8.9

’07

34/31

994

123/232

.530

129/194

.665

100-142 242

23

141-0

27

88

28

375

11.0

’08

34/28

795

90/199

.452

49/123

.398

77-116

193

40

138-0

21

83

11

229

6.7

’09

34/13

663

77/164

.470

59/102

.578

55-92

147

22

109-1

26

73

14

213

6.3

10

34/22

608

76/159

.478

53/76

.697

51-92

143

25

100-0

25

68

8

205

6.0

TOTALS

211/120 4420

514/1037 .496

396/701

.565

379-631 1010

146

690-1

133

384

103

1424

6.7

’04

3/3

62

4/12

.333

5/6

.833

8-11

19

0

12-0

2

7

1

13

4.3

’06

2/2

59

5/15

.333

3/9

.333

7-9

16

1

5-0

3

2

1

13

6.5

‘09

2/0

35

5/7

.714

0/2

.000

3-2

5

3

10-0

0

2

1

10

5.0

10

2/1

28

5/7

.714

1/2

.500

3/3

6

1

8-0

1

2

1

11

5.5

TOTALS

7/5

156

14/34

.412

8/19

.421

18-22

40

4

27-0

5

11

3

36

5.1

PLAYOFFS

Three Point Field Goals: ’03, 0-0 (.000); ’04, 0-0 (000); ’05, 0-0 (000), ’06, 0-0 (000); '07, 0-0 (.000); '08, 0-0 (.000); '09, 0-0 (.000); Playoffs: ’04, 0-0 (.000); ’06, 0-0 (000); '09 0-0 (.000)

SANTOS DE OLIVEIRA, ALESSANDRA Brazil HEIGHT: 6-5/WEIGHT: 181 BORN: December 2, 1973 NUMBER: 11 Acquired: Signed with the WNBA and was acquired by the Washington Mystics on January 27, 1997. Departed: Traded to the Houston Comets for Nyree Roberts on July 11, 1999. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

16/12

481

63/122

.516

50/108

.463

60-69

129

1

45-1

12

55

7

176

11.0

’99

13/6

216

22/39

.564

7/22

.318

19-23

42

1

25-0

1

16

2

51

3.9

TOTALS

29/18

1178

85/161

.528

57/130

.438

79-92

171

2

70-1

13

71

9

227

7.8

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 0-0 (.000), ’99, 0-0 (.000)

SAURET, AUDREY France HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 146 BORN: October 31, 1976 Acquired: Signed with the WNBA and assigned to the Washington Mystics on May 12, 1999.

NUMBER: 6

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’01

25/3

455

33/111

.297

7/24

.292

11-31

42

43

39-0

24

41

4

76

3.0

Three-point field-goals: ’01, 3-26 (.115)

SHULER, ADRIENNE Georgia ’91 HEIGHT: 5-6/WEIGHT: 153 BORN: April 24, 1969 Acquired: Signed by the WNBA and assigned to the Washington Mystics on May 8, 1998. Departed: Waived on May 6, 1999.

NUMBER: 30

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

25/12

363

31/84

.369

14/17

.824

12-40

52

48

52-0

23

41

3

89

3.6

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 13-38 (.342)

SMITH, AIYSHA LSU ’03 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 176 BORN: July 18, 1980 NUMBER: 31 Acquired: First round (7th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2003 WNBA Draft on April 26, 2003. Departed: Retired prior to the 2005 season. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’03

31/2

422

41/120

.342

17/34

.500

21-44

65

10

44-0

11

26

9

104

3.4

’04

29/3

403

42/103

.408

22/34

.647

26-43

69

15

38-0

17

21

12

115

4.0

TOTALS

60/5

825

83/223

.375

39/68

.574

47-87

134

25

82-0

28

47

21

219

3.7

3/0

53

5/15

.333

4/5

.800

5-3

8

1

5-0

1

4

0

15

5.0

PLAYOFFS ’04

Three-point field-goals: ’03, 5-34 (.147); ’04, 14-50 (.355), Playoffs: ’04, 1-4 (.250)

SMITH, CRYSTAL Iowa HEIGHT: 5-6/WEIGHT: 121 Acquired: Signed as a free agent during the 2008 season. Departed: Released prior to the 2009 season.

BORN: March 12, 1984

NUMBER: 25

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08

29/4

393

39/110

.355

14/38

.806

10-18

28

25

43-0

14

34

2

121

4.3

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ALL-TIME ROSTER WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE SMITH, K ATIE Ohio State ‘96 HEIGHT: 5-11/WEIGHT: 175 BORN: June 4, 1974 Acquired: Signed as a free agent with the Washington Mystics on March 16,2010 Departed: SIgned as a free agent with the Seattle Storm on April 29,2011

NUMBER: 30

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

10

33/33

101

109/276

.395

42/55

.764

13-57

70

85

94-0

24

53

5

314

9.5

2/2

55

4/12

.333

5/6

.833

2-6

8

2

7-0

1

3

0

14

7.0

Playoffs 10

Three Point Field Goals: Playoffs: ’10, 1-7 (.143)

SMITH-TAYLOR, CHARLOTTE UNC ’95 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 148 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on April 13, 2005.

BORN: August 23, 1975

Number: 3

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’05

34/34

1036

87/190

.458

30/46

.652

34-94

128

71

93-0

11

46

11

246

7.2

SNOW, MICHELLE Tennesse ‘02 HEIGHT: 6-5/WEIGHT 158 BORN: March 20, 1980 Acquired: Signed as a free agent with the Washington Mystics on February 9, 2012 YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

NUMBER: 2 BLK

PTS

AVG

Three Point Field Goals: ’12, 0-1 (.000)

SOBRAL, LEIL A Brazil HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 172 Acquired: Signed by the Mystics on June 10, 1998. Departed: Waived on July 31, 1998.

BORN: November 11, 1974

NUMBER: 32

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

14/0

71

6/25

.240

9/13

.692

3-7

10

6

14-0

5

9

2

24

1.7

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 3-11 (.273)

STILL, VALERIE Kentucky ’83 HEIGHT: 6-1/WEIGHT: 155 Departed: Retired in 2000.

BORN: May 14, 1961

NUMBER: 12

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

23/6

282

12/49

.245

7/19

.368

16-27

43

6

38-0

4

20

4

31

1.3

Three-point field-goals: ’99, 0-3 (.000)

STOCKS, TAMARA Florida ’01 HEIGHT: 6-3/WEIGHT: 165 BORN: January 29, 1979 NUMBER: 42 Acquired: Second round (25th overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2001 WNBA Draft on April 20, 2001. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’01

3/0

11

1/3

.333

1/2

.500

0-1

2

0

3-0

0

0

0

3

1.0

Three-point field-goals: ’01, 0-0 (.000)

TEASLEY, NIKKI UNC ’02 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 169 Acquired: By trade from the Los Angeles Sparks. Departed: Released following the 2007 season.

BORN: March 22, 1979

NUMBER: 42

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06

34/34

975

118/318

.371

76/92

.826

13-76

89

183

81-1

44

77

11

364

10.7

’07

33/33

746

51/152

.336

42/45

.933

19-54

73

109

80-0

23

62

6

172

5.2

TOTALS

67/67

1721

169/470

.359

118/137

.861

32-130

162

292

162-0

67

139

17

536

8.0

2/2

66

7/19

.368

6/7

.857

1-14

15

8

5-0

1

7

0

20

10.0

PLAYOFFS ’06

Three-point field-goals: ’06, 52-151 (.344); Playoffs: ’06, 0-9 (000)

TEIL ANE, ZANE Western Illinois ’06 HEIGHT: 6-7/WEIGHT: 169 Acquired: Signed as a free agent. Departed: Released prior to the 2009 season.

BORN: September 24, 1983

NUMBER: 14

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’06

16/0

105

14/26

.538

1/2

.500

11-16

27

1

18-0

3

4

3

29

1.8

2/0

2

0/1

.000

0/0

.000

0-0

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

PLAYOFFS ’06

Three-point field-goals: ’06, 0-0 (000); Playoffs: ’06, 0-0 (000)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE THOMAS, JASMINE Duke ’11 HEIGHT 5-9/WEIGHT 140 BORN: Sept. 30, 1989 Acquired: Traded to the Washington Mystics on April 29, 2011 from the Seattle Storm

NUMBER: 5

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’11

34/6

655

85/241

.353

24/36

.667

13/60

73

64

60

25

55

9

218

6.4

2/0

2

0/1

.000

0/0

.000

0-0

0

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

PLAYOFFS ’06

Three Point Field Goals: ’11, 24-77 (.312)

VAUGHN, KRYSTAL VCU ’08 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 160 Acquired: Third round of the 2008 WNBA draft. Departed: Released prior to the 2009 season.

BORN: September 8, 1986

NUMBER: 5

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’08

15/0

78

3/19

.158

0/2

.000

4-11

15

0

6-0

2

10

2

12

0.8

WALKER, DEMYA Virginia ’99 HEIGHT 6-3/WEIGHT 200 BORN: Nov. 28, 1977 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on July 25, 2011 Departed: Signed as a free with the New York Liberty prior to the 2012 season

NUMBER: 11

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’11

20/5

409

49/125

.392

28/38

.737

36/44

80

24

60

8

34

7

126

6.3

Three Point Field Goals: ’11, 0-3 (.000)

WALSETH, MAREN Penn State ’01 HEIGHT: 6-2/WEIGHT: 181 BORN: October 28, 1978 Acquired: Assigned to the Washington Mystics on April 29, 2002. Departed: Not offered contract by the Washington Mystics prior to the 2003 season.

NUMBER: 44

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’02

18/0

104

6/25

.240

0/2

.000

7-14

21

7

8-0

2

9

0

13

0.7

1/0

7

0/2

.000

0/0

0-0

0

1

1-0

0

1

1

0

0.0

PLAYOFFS ’02

Three-point field-goals: ’02, 1-7 (.143); Playoffs: ’02, 0-0 (.000)

WASHINGTON, TONYA Florida ’00 HEIGHT: 6-0/WEIGHT: 165 BORN: December 30, 1977 Acquired: Second round (18th overall) of the 2000 WNBA Draft on April 25, 2000. Departed: Waived by the Washington Mystics.

NUMBER: 4

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’00

19/0

103

8/29

.276

4/6

.667

6-8

14

5

4-0

2

4

0

26

1.4

’01

30/2

336

41/114

.360

9/11

.818

19-24

43

10

5-0

4

14

2

101

3.4

’02

25/0

291

28/86

.326

11/13

.846

27-11

38

15

6-0

3

16

2

73

2.9

TOTALS

74/2

730

77/229

.336

24/30

.800

52-43

95

30

15-0

9

34

4

200

2.7

’00

1/0

4

0/0

0-0

0

0

1-0

0

1

0

0

0.0

’02

4/0

52

7/14

1-2

3

2

4-0

3

1

0

20

5.0

PLAYOFFS 0/0 .500

4/5

.800

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 6-14 (.429); ’01, 10-29 (.345); ’02, 6-18 (.333); Totals: 22-61 (.361); Playoffs: 0-0 (.000); ’02, 2-5 (.400)

WHITTLE, JENNIFER Australia HEIGHT: 6-5 BORN: September 5, 1973 Acquired: Fourth round (37th overall) in the 1999 WNBA Draft on May 4, 1999. Departed: Waived on July 1, 1999.

NUMBER: 12

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’99

3/0

18

0/2

.000

0/0

.000

0-3

3

0

1-0

1

5

1

0

0.0

Three-point field-goals: ’00, 6-14 (.429); ’01, 10-29 (.345), Totals: 16-43 (.372)

WILLIAMS, RITA Connecticut ’98 HEIGHT: 5-6/WEIGHT: 135 BORN: January 14, 1976 NUMBER: 13 Acquired: Selected by the Washington Mystics in the second round (13th overall) of the 1998 WNBA Draft on April 29, 1998. Departed: Released to the Indiana Fever during the 1999 WNBA Expansion Draft on December 15, 1999. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’98

30/18

712

41/127

.323

38/60

.633

13-55

68

69

51-0

63

69

2

132

4.4

’99

31/0

312

31/62

.500

23/36

.639

7-30

37

30

41-0

21

26

1

104

3.4

TOTALS

61/18

1024

72/189

.381

61/96

.635

20-85

105

99

92-0

84

95

3

236

3.9

Three-point field-goals: ’98, 12-55 (.218), ’99, 19-34 (.559); Totals: 31-89 (.348)

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE WISDOM-HYLTON, LINDSAY Purdue ‘09 HEIGHT 6-2/ WEIGHT 186 Acquired: Signed as a free agent on May 14, 2012 Departed: Retired

BORN: May 26, 1986

NUMBER: 14

YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

STL

TO

BLK

PTS

AVG

’12

34/2

501

61/127

.480

14/19

.737

41/56

97

32

52/0

24

40

27

136

4.0

Totals (Careers)

124/3

1414

171/361

.474

54/80

.675

119/182 301

72

151/0

56

98

73

397

3.2

Three Points Field Goals: ’12, 0-1 (.000); Careers 1-5 (.200)

ZIRKOVA, ZUZANA Slovakia HEIGHT: 5-9/WEIGHT: 145 BORN: June 6, 1980 NUMBER: 12 Acquired: Second round (21st overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2003 WNBA Draft on April 26, 2003. Departed: Waived on April 27, 2005. YEAR

G/GS

MIN

FG/FGA

PCT

FT/FTA

PCT

O-D

TOT

AST

PF-DQ

’03

6/0

30

2/4

.500

6/6

1.000

0-2

2

1

3-0

STL

TO 2

BLK

PTS

AVG

11

1.8

Three-point field-goals: ’03, 1-2 (.500)

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MYSTICS TIMELINE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE October 1, 1997- Washington, DC, is selected as a potential city for a WNBA team. The city must meet certain WNBA expansion criteria including season ticket sales, marketing and advertising commitments.

May 4, 1999- With the first pick in the 1999 WNBA Draft, the Mystics select Chamique Holdsclaw. Rounding out their picks are Shalonda Enis, Andrea Nagy and Jennifer Whittle.

November 11, 1997- The NBA approves the selection of Washington as the home of an expansion team for the 1998 WNBA season. Washington Sports and Entertainment, which runs the NBA’s Washington Wizards and NHL’s Washington Capitals, will operate the team and home games will be played at MCI Center.

May 11, 1999 - Jenny Boucek is hired as assistant coach.

December 16, 1997- In keeping with the magical theme of the Washington Wizards, WSELP Chairmen Abe Pollin announces that Washington’s WNBA team will be called the Mystics. December 29, 1997- Jim Lewis, who coached at George Mason University for 14 seasons, is named the Mystics first head coach. January 21, 1998- The Mystics logo is unveiled. The team colors are blue, black and bronze. January 27, 1998- Nikki McCray and Alessandra Santos de Oliveira are introduced as the first two players on the Mystics’ inaugural roster. February 18, 1998- With the first pick in the expansion draft, the Mystics select Heidi Burge, formally of the L.A. Sparks. The Mystics also add Penny Moore (Charlotte Sting), Deborah Carter (Utah Starzz), and Tammy Jackson (Houston Comets). March 9, 1998- The WNBA announces that the Washington Mystics will have the third pick in the WNBA Draft on April 29. March 25, 1998- Cathy Parson is named assistant coach of the Washington Mystics. June 10, 1998- The Mystics announce their opening day roster of Deborah Carter, Murriel Page, Alessandra Santos de Oliveira, Keri Chaconas, Nikki McCray, Rita Williams, Penny Moore, Tammy Jackson, Adrienne Shuler, Leila Sobral, Heidi Burge, and La’Shawn Brown. June 19, 1998- The Mystics set a WNBA attendance record, hosting a sellout crowd of 20,674 for the home opener against the Utah Starzz. With an 85-76 victory, the Mystics record the first-ever franchise win. July 23, 1998- Mystics relieve Head Coach Jim Lewis of his coaching responsibilities. Assistant Coach Cathy Parson takes over his responsibilities on an interim basis. August 18, 1998- The Mystics set a new WNBA record for attendance in their inaugural season. Close to 240,000 fans attended the Mystics 15 home games. October 28, 1998- After finishing their inaugural season 3-27, the Mystics are awarded the first pick in the 1999 WNBA Draft.

July 6, 1999- Chamique Holdsclaw and Nikki McCray are selected as starters for the WNBA Inaugural All-Star Game. July 14, 1999- USA Basketball selects Nikki McCray and Chamique Holdsclaw to participate on the USA Basketball Senior Women’s National Team. August 21, 1999 - The Mystics finish the 1999 season 12‑20, narrowly missing the playoffs. They improve their record by nine wins. August 28, 1999- Chamique Holdsclaw is named the 1999 WNBA Rookie of the year. September 5, 1999- Chamique Holdsclaw is named to the All-WNBA Second Team. January 19, 2000- The Mystics acquire F Vicky Bullett from Charlotte in a trade that sends F Shalonda Enis and the Mystics’ third-round draft pick during the 2000 WNBA Draft to Charlotte. April 7, 2000- Tyrone Beaman is hired as an assistant coach. April 25, 2000- With the second and 18th picks in the 2000 WNBA Draft, the Mystics select Tausha Mills and Tonya Washington. July 14, 2000- Nancy Darsch resigns as head coach of the Washington Mystics. Wizards Director of Player Personnel Darrell Walker is named interim head coach for the remainder of the 2000 WNBA season. August 9, 2000- The Mystics finish the 2000 regular season 14-18, and qualify for the playoffs. August 14, 2000- The Mystics lose to the New York Liberty in the first round of the playoffs, 0-2, ending their 2000 season, the most successful to date. December 20, 2000- Mystics General Manager Melissa McFerrin announces Tom Maher as head coach for the 2001 season. February 6, 2001- The Mystics hire Marianne Stanley as an assistant coach. April 20, 2001- The Mystics select guard Coco Miller in the first round (9th overall) pick of the 2001 WNBA Draft. The Mystics also select F/C Tamara Stocks (25th overall), G Jamie Lewis (41st overall) and F Elena Karpova (44th overall). June 3, 2001- Opening night at the MCI Center, the Mystics unveil their third consecutive WNBA Attendance Champions banner in front of 17,310 fans. The Mystics honor Katherine Graham and Leslie Visser at halftime for paving the way for women in the media. The Mystics beat the Seattle Storm 68-63.

February 18, 1999- Nancy Darsch is named head coach of the Mystics. March 3, 1999- The Mystics name Melissa McFerrin assistant coach. April 29, 1999- The WNBA and its players sign the league’s first collective bargaining agreement.

June 25, 2001- The WNBA announces that the Mystics and the MCI Center will host the 2002 All-Star Game. July 3, 2001- The Mystics’ 72-69 win over the Seattle Storm makes WNBA history as the longest WNBA game. It took four overtimes and two hours and 46 minutes to complete.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE July 8, 2001- Chamique Holdsclaw is the top vote getter in the 2001 WNBA AllStar balloting. Holdsclaw receives 105,006 votes. Holdsclaw and Nikki McCray are selected as starters for the Eastern Conference All-Star Team. July 10, 2001- The Mystics activate Markita Aldridge and Tamara Stocks and place Chamique Holdsclaw (stress-related reaction in her right foot) and Cass Bauer-Bilodeau (right knee chondromalacia) on the injured list.

January 6, 2004- The Mystics select Chasity Melvin with the second pick in the 2004 WNBA Dispersal Draft. January, 21, 2004- Marianne Stanley and Linda Hill-MacDonald resign as head coach and assistant coach, respectively. February, 10, 2004

- The mystics sign Chasity Melvin.

July 21, 2001- The team activates Chamique Holdsclaw and places Markita Aldridge on the injured list with a left knee effusion.

February 17, 2004- The Washington Mystics hire Michael Adams as the new head coach.

August 8, 2001- The Mystics celebrate their one millionth fan during the game against the Miami Sol. The Mystics are the first WNBA team to reach one million fans in just four seasons.

March 7, 2004- Linda Hargrove joins the Mystics coaching staff as an assistant coach.

December 5, 2001- The Mystics acquire the fourth overall selection in the 2002 WNBA Draft as well as the 36th overall pick and F Angie Braziel in exchange for the 17th and 49th overall selections and G Nikki McCray. With the trade, the Mystics hold two first-round picks (third and fourth) and two third-round picks (33rd and 36th) in the 2002 Draft.

March 30, 2004- Stephanie Ready joins the Mystics coaching staff as an assistant coach. Ledell Eackles also returns to the team as assistant coach. March 25, 2004- The Mystics trade F Asjha Jones to the Connecticut Sun in a three-team trade for Phoenix Mercury G Tamicha Jackson.

January 4, 2002- Melissa McFerrin and Tom Maher resign as general manager and head coach, respectively.

April 17, 2004- With the second overall pick, the Mystics select Alana Beard in the first round of the 2004 WNBA Draft. In the second round, the Mystics select Kaayla Chones with the 15th overall pick. In the third round, the Mystics select Evan Unrau with the 28th overall pick.

April 4, 2002- Washington Sports and Entertainment President Susan Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Malley announces the hiring of Marianne Stanley as head coach of the Mystics and Pat Summitt as the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s player personnel consultant.

February 2, 2005- G Stacey Dales-Schuman retires.

April 19, 2002- The Washington Mystics select Stacey Dales-Schuman (third overall pick), Asjha Jones (fourth overall pick), LaNisha Cartwell (33rd overall pick), and Teresa Geter (36th overall pick) in the 2002 WNBA Draft.

February 25, 2005 - Linda Hargrove is named general manager of the Washington Mystics. March 21, 2005- F Chamique Holdsclaw is traded to the Los Angeles Sparks for F DeLisha Milton-Jones and the 13th overall pick in the 2005 WNBA draft.

April 29, 2002- The Mystics announce Linda Hill-MacDonald and Ledell Eackles as assistant coaches.

April 6, 2005- Marynell Meadors and Jeff House are named assistant coaches.

January 31, 2003- Marianne Stanley renews her contract with the Mystics.

April 15, 2005- Head Coach Michael Adams resigns.

April 24, 2003- With the eighth pick in the 2003 WNBA Dispersal Draft, the Washington Mystics select Jenny Mowe, formerly of the dissolved Portland Fire team.

April 16, 2005- The Mystics select G Temeka Johnson with the sixth overall pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft. In the second round, the Mystics select G Erica Taylor. In the third round, the Mystics select F Tashia Morehead

April 25, 2003- With the seventh overall pick in the 2003 WNBA Draft, the Washington Mystics select Aiysha Smith. In the second round, the Mystics select Zuzana Zirkova with the 21st overall pick. In the third round, the Mystics select Trish Juhline with the 32nd overall pick and Tamara Bowie with the 36th overall pick.

April 21, 2005 - Richie Adubato is named the new head coach of the washington Mystics.

May 6, 2003- Pat Summitt renews her contract with the Washington Mystics to serve as player personnel consultant. May 31, 2003- Chamique Holdsclaw scores her 2,000th point and 1,000th rebound in the same game. She is the first player to do so. June 13, 2003- Murriel Page surpasses the 1,000-rebound mark when she pulls down a game-high 11 rebounds vs. Connecticut. June 30, 2003 Chamique Holdsclaw is named a starter on the All-Star Team for the fifth time. She has been selected to the All-Star Team every season since her rookie year in 1999.

May 25, 2005- Washington Sports and Entertainment Chairman Abe Pollin sells the Washington Mystics to Lincoln Holdings LLC; Sheila Johnson will lead the franchise. February 8, 2006- The Mystics sign F Crystal Robinson. February 16, 2006- The Mystics re-sign G Coco Miller. March 1, 2006- F Murriel Page and G Temeka Johnson, the fifth pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft, are traded to the Los Angeles Sparks for G Nikki Teasley and the number-eight pick. January 16, 2007- The WNBA announces that Washington will host the 2007 All-Star Game on July 15. It will be the second time that DC hosts the All-Star Game.

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MYSTICS TIMELINE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE April 4, 2007- The Washington Mystics select F Bernice Mosby with the sixth overall pick in the WNBA Draft. The Mystics also select G Megan Vogel (19th overall) and C Gillian Goring (33rd overall).

January 12, 2010 - Marianne Stanley is named assistant coach to the Washington Mystics. March 16, 2010 - Guard Katie Smith signs with the Mystics as a free agent

May 24, 2007- The Mystics trade C Chasity Melvin for G/F Monique Currie from the Chicago Sky.

April 8, 2010 - The Mystics selected Jacinta Monroe (first round), Jenna Smith (second round), Alexis Gray-Lawson (third round); Shanavia Dowdell (fourth round) in the 2010 WNBA Draft.

July 15, 2007- Alana Beard and DeLisha Milton-Jones are named to the All-Star Team for the game being played in Washington, D.C. May 31, 2007- Guard Crystal Robinson retires and joins the Mystics’ coaching staff. June 1, 2007- Head Coach Richie Adubato resigns; Wayne “Tree” Rollins is named interim head coach. February 25, 2008- Alana Beard signs with the Mystics. April 9, 2008- The Washington Mystics select F Crystal Langhorne with the sixth overall pick in the 2008 WNBA draft. Washington also adds Lindsey Pluimer (19th overall) and Krystal Vaughn (33rd). April 22, 2008 - The Los Angeles Sparks trade Taj McWilliams-Franklin and a first-round pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft to the Washington Mystics for DeLisha Milton-Jones. The Mystics waive Tierre Wilson and sign Rashida Suber to a training camp contract.

April 14, 2010 – General Manager Angela Taylor announces that Alana Beard will undergo ankle arthroscopy and ankle tendon repair surgery and will miss the 2010 WNBA season. May 12, 2010 –Guard Nikki Blue is traded to the New York Liberty in exchange for rookie guard Ashley Houts. May 12, 2010 – Forward Crystal Langhorne joins the National Milk Mustache “got milk?”® campaign. June 10, 2010 – Ted Leonsis and his partners complete the purchase of the Washington Wizards and Verizon Center and create a new company – Monumental Sports & Entertainment – that owns those entities as well as the Capitals and the Mystics. June 28, 2010 – Forward Crystal Langhorne is named Player of the Week for games played during the week of June 21.

July 19, 2008- Jessie Kenlaw replaces Tree Rollins as interim head coach.

July 7, 2010 – Forward Crystal Langhorne is named the league’s Eastern Conference Player of the Month for games played in June.

August 12, 2008 - The Detroit Shock trade Tasha Humphrey, Eshaya Murphy and a second-round pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft to the Washington Mystics for Taj McWilliams-Franklin.

July 10, 2010- For the first time in franchise history, three Mystics players are named to the All-Star team. Monique Currie, Lindsey Harding and Crystal Langhorne earn their first all-star nod.

September 22, 2008- General Manager Linda Hargrove is relieved of her duties.

August 22, 2010- Washington finishes the season with a franchise best record 22-12

October 23, 2008- The Washington Mystics name Angela Taylor general manager. November 6, 2008- Julie Plank is named head coach of the Washington Mystics.

August 25, 2010-Washington earns the top seed in the Eastern Conference for 2010 WNBA playoffs

January 6, 2009- Lubomyr “Luby” Lichonczak, Vanessa Nygaard and Vicky Bullett are named assistant coaches with the Washington Mystics.

August 27, 2010 – The Mystics fall to the Atlanta Dream 0-2 in the first round of the WNBA Playoffs

February 9, 2009- Chasity Melvin signs with the Washington Mystics.

August 30, 2010 – Guard Lindsey Harding is named to the 2010 WNBA AllDefensive Second Team

March 23, 2009- Trudi Lacey is named assistant coach to the Washington Mystics; Vanessa Nygaard resigns. April 9, 2009- The Washington Mystics select F Marissa Coleman with the second overall pick in the WNBA draft. The Mystics select Camille Lenoir (23rd overall) and Jelena Milovanovic (24th overall) in the second round. In the third round (28th overall), the Mystics select Josephine Owino.

December 2, 2010 – The Mystics unveil their new color scheme; red, navy, silver, and white. December 2, 2010 – The Mystics announce Trudi Lacey as the new General Manager/Head Coach December 3, 2010 – Marianne Stanley will return to the Mystics coaching staff

June 25, 2009 - Washington Mystics guard Alana Beard is voted as a starter to the 2009 All-Star game. September 12, 2009 - The Washington Mystics earn a playoff berth for the first time since 2006. December 14, 2009 - Washington selects Guard Kristen Haynie in the 2009 dispersal draft.

January 19, 2011 – General Manager/Head Coach Trudi Lacey announces forward Monique Currie is most likely to miss upcoming WNBA season following surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee. February 3, 2011 – Laurie Byrd joins Mystics coaching staff

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE April 7, 2011 - The Mystics announce that the team has entered into a marquee partnership with Inova Health System. As part of the partnership, Mystics players will wear Inova Hospital System’s name and logo on the front of their home and away jerseys, shooting shirts and community apparel during the upcoming 2011 WNBA season.

February 27, 2013-Mystics acquires Kia Vaughn and a second round pick (17th overall) from the New York Liberty in exchange for their first round pick (seventh overall).

April 9, 2011 – Mystics acquire All-Star Nicky Anosike from the Minnesota Lynx

April 15, 2013- Mystics acquires Quanitra Hollingsworth from the New York Liberty in exchange for Washington’s third round pick (25th overall).

April 11, 2011 - The Mystics select Victoria Dunlap (Kentucky) with the 11th overall pick in the first round, Karima Christmas (Duke) with the 23rd overall pick in the second round, and Sara Krnjic (Serbia) with the 35th overall pick in the third round. April 11, 2011 - The Mystics acquire Ta’Shia Phillips and guard Kelly Miller from the Atlanta Dream in exchange for guard Lindsey Harding and the Mystics’ 2012 second round draft pick. Phillips (Xavier University) was selected 8th overall in the first round by the Dream.

March 16, 2013- Eric Thibault joined the Mystics as an assistant coach

April 15, 2013- Mystics select Tayler Hill in the first round (4th overall), Nadirah McKenith and Emma Meesseman with the 17th and 19th picks respectively in the second round of the 2013 WNBA draft May 14, 2013-Jessica Moore signed as a free agent May 15, 2013-Drey Mingo waived May 15, 2013-Natalie Novosel waived

April 29, 2011 – The Mystics acquire Jasmine Thomas from the Seattle Storm in a three-team trade. Washington will also receive Seattle’s 2012 first round pick and the Indiana Fever’s 2012 third round pick. The Seattle Storm acquired guard Katie Smith, center Jacinta Monroe and Indiana‘s 2012 second round pick while the Fever received guard Erin Phillips and Seattle’s 2012 third round pick. May 12, 2011-Kay Jewelers sign a multi-year partnership with the Mystics July 19, 2011-Crystal Langhorne named to the All-Star team August 10, 2011- General Manager/Head Coach Trudi Lacey announces that guard Alana Beard will be out for the rest of the season with a foot injury. August 31, 2011- General Manager/Head Coach Trudi Lacey announces that forward Monique Currie will return to action. January 17, 2012-Jennifer Gillom joins the Mystics coaching staff April 19, 2012-The Washington Mystics and Inova renew their marquee sponsorship April 24, 2012-The Washington Mystics announce their 15th anniversary celebration September 24, 2012- Trudi Lacey and the team decides to part ways September 26, 2012-Mystics to pick fourth in the 2013 WNBA Draft December 18, 2012-Mike Thibault is named the team’s head coach and general manager January 23, 2013- Marianne Stanley returns to the team as an assistant coach February 1, 2013-The Mystics sign free agent Ivory Latta February 19, 2013- Washington Mystics acquires the Atlanta Dream’s first and second round picks in the 2013 WNBA Draft (seventh and 19th overall) in exchange for guard Jasmine Thomas and Washington’s 13th pick.

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OPPONENTS


ATLANTA DREAM WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Atlanta Dream

All-Time Series: Washington 10-10

225 Peachtree Street NW Peachtree Center Suite 2400 Atlanta, GA 30303 Colors: Blue, Red, Light Blue, Navy Arena: Philips Arena (10,160) www.atlantadream.net

Directory

2012 Results 8/24 Atlanta 81-Washington 69 8/30 Washington 59-Atlanta 82 9/9 Washington 68- Atlanta 93 9/14 Atlanta 82- Washington 74

Owner

Dream Too LLC (Mary Brock and Kelly Loeffler) COO Ashley Preisinger General Manager & Head Coach Fred Williams Assistant Coaches Joe Ciampi, Julie Plank Athletic Trainer/Director of Basketball Operations Kim Moseley Senior Director of Marketing & Communications Tonya Alleyne Media Relations Manager Brad Gust

Atlanta 4-0

2013 Schedule Fred Williams

Sunday, June 2 Friday, June 28 Sunday, August 18 Friday, August 23 Wednesday, August 28 Home games in bold

4:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

2012 SEASON SERIES (0-4) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. ATLANTA PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Currie

4 4 96

16 39 .410

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 3

8 .375

FT

23 31 .742

FTA

PCT

4 9 13

4 11 0 11 15 0 58

14.5

Langhorne

4 4 102

19 37 .514

0

1 .000

6

8 16 24

6 8 0 6 15 1 44

11.0

Ajavon

4 2 95

11 35 .314

5 12 .417

10 10 1.000

3 6 9

7 13 0 10 13 0 37

9.3

Thomas

4 4 99

13 38 .342

4 12 .333

5 5 1.000

1 12 13

9 7 0 3 6 0 35

8.8

Quinn

10 .600

OR DR REB

AST PF

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG

3 2 56

6 15 .400

4 10 .400

3

3 1.000

0 6 6

4 3 0 0 1 2 19

6.3

Wisdom-Hylton 4 0 72

8 18 .444

0 0

---

3

4 .750

7 10 17

3 8 0 0 6 4 19

4.8

Robinson

4 2 89

9 19 .474

0 0

---

0

2 .000

11 12 23

7 7 0 3 4 6 18

4.5

Snow

4 2 55

6 17 .353

0 0

---

2

2 1.000

5 6 11

0 7 0 0 7 3 14

3.5

Bobbitt

4 0 61

3 8 .375

1 4 .250

3 4 .750

1 5 6

9 7 0 2 3 0 10

2.5

Novosel

4 0 41

2 15 .133

1 8 .125

5

5 5 10

9 4 0 2 2 0 10

2.5

6 .833

Castro Marques 3 0 33

2 12 .167

0 0 ---

2 3 .667

0 1 1

4 3 0 0 3 0 6

2.0

MYSTICS

4

-

800

95 253

.375

18

55

.327

62

80

.775

45

88

133

62

78

0

37

76

16 270

67.5

DREAM

4

-

800

131 260

.504

14

43

.326

62

84

.738

35

94

129

90

63

1

44

65

15 338

84.5

PLAYER

G GS MIN

AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS

AVG

FG FGA PCT

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

FT

FTA PCT

OR DR REB

McCoughtry 2 1 51 14 28 .500

1 7 .143

5 7 .714

1 3 4

10 5 0 3 8 2 34

17.0

Harding

4 4 125 24 45 .533

2 6 .333

16 21 .762

3 6 9

23 5 0 8 6 0 66

16.5

de Souza

4 4

0

3

12

9

12.8

Hayes

4 3 93 13 27 .481

1 4 .250

17 22 .773

1 13 14

14 11 0 5 9 0 44

11.0

Lyttle

4 4 113

2 5 .400

4 5 .800

5 22 27

12 12 1 7 13 3 44

11.0

Price

4 4 122 17 27 .630

0 0 ---

10 14 .714

5 2 7

10 9 0 9 4 2 44

11.0

Kraayeveld

4 0 86

11 28 .393

6 19 .316

2 4 .500

1 9 10

3 8 0 2 1 2 30

7.5

Koehn

2 0 10

2 2 1.000

2 2 1

0 0 ---

0 2 2

0 0 0 0 3 0 6

Henry

4 0 47

4 11 .364

0 0 ---

3 4 .750

7 7 14

2 5 0 1 3 0 11

2.8

Swanier

4 0 40

3 7 .429

0 0 ---

2 2 1.000

0 6 6

7 2 0 5 4 0 8

2.0

DREAM

4

-

800

131 260

.504

14

43

.326

62

84

.738

35

94

129

90

63

1

44

65

15 338

84.5

MYSTICS

4

-

800

95 253

.375

18

55

.327

62

80

.775

45

88

133

62

78

0

37

76

16 270

67.5

115

24 42

.571

19 43 .442

0

---

5

.600

24

36

6

0

4

12

6

51

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CHICAGO SKY WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Chicago Sky

All-Time Series: Washington 14-12

5500 W Howard St Skokie, IL 60077 Telephone: (312) 994-5984 Fax: 312-828-9979 TV: CN 1000 Colors: Light blue, Yellow, White Arena: Allstate Arena (18,500) www.chicagosky.net

Directory

2012 Results 5/19 Chicago 69- Washington 57 6/1 Washington 63-Chicago 65 8/19 Chicago 71-Washington 75 9/22 Washington 58- Chicago 77

Principal Owner Michael Alter Chairman/Minority Owner Margaret Stender President/CEO Adam Fox General Manager & Head Coach Pokey Chatman Assistant Coach Wayne “Tree” Rollins Christie Sides Director of Basketball Operations/ Strength and Conditioning Coach Ann Crosby Head Athletic Trainer TBD Director of Media Relations Stephanie Perleberg

Chicago 3-1

2013 Schedule

Pokey Chatman

Wednesday, July 10 Wednesday, July 24 Friday, August 2 Sunday, September 8

12:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (1-3) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. CHICAGO PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

3 3 108

20 37 .541

0

2 .000

6

12 .500

7 16 23

3 8 0 3

8 0 46

15.3

Currie

4 4 123

18 45 .400

4

9 .444

14 19 .737

5 8 13

6 12 0 5 10 3 54

13.5

Castro Marques 1 0 27

3 11 .273

0 3 .000

3 4 .750

1 1 2

0 3 0 1 1 0 9

9.0

Ajavon

3 2 71

8 23 .348

2 5 .400

7

3 6 9

9 11 1 4 10 1 25

8.3

Thomas

4 2 94

12 31 .387

5 10 .500

4 6 .667

1 7 8

14 5 0 3 6 1 33

8.3

Lacy

3 1 43

5 12 .417

0 4 .000

6 8 .750

1 8 9

6 3 0 3 3 1 16

5.3

Quinn

3 2 84

5 19 .263

1 6 .167

2

2 1.000

3 11 14

9 3 0 4 7 1 13

4.3

Robinson

4 3 82

8 20 .400

0 0

---

1

2 .500

9 9 18

4 11 0 2 8 2 17

4.3

Snow

3 1 62

5 13 .385

0 0

---

2

2 1.000

1 10 11

1 5 0 2 5 5 12

4.0

Wisdom-Hylton 4 1 57

6 10 .600

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

2 6 8

2 3 0 4 7 6 13

3.3

Novosel

3 0 25

3 6 .500

2 2 1.000

0 0 ---

1 0 1

0 1 0 0 1 0 8

2.7

Canty

2 1 24

1 8 .125

0 2 .000

3 6 .500

1 1 2

2 5 0 1 2 0 5

2.5

Bobbitt

2 0 25

1 3 .333

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

0 2 2

7 5 0 1 3 0 2

1.0

MYSTICS

4

95 238

14

49

35

63

63.3

SKY

4 - 825

102 245 .416

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Prince

4 4 127

23 45 .511

10 19 .526

21 24 .875

1 12 13

8 10 0 7

9 0 77

19.3

Fowles

3 3 106

21 37 .568

0

13 19 .684

14 30 44

2 5 0 5

5 8 55

18.3

Cash

4 4 119 16 41 .390

2 12 .167

4 6 .667

10 16 26

7 8 0 5 10 3 38

9.5

Vandersloot

4 3 87

12 35 .343

0 6 .000

2 4 .500

0 4 4

11 9 0 7 11 0 26

6.5

Petrovic

2 0 26

4 11 .364

1 3 .333

3 4 .750

1 3 4

1 1 0 0 2 2 12

6.0

Young

4 2 90 10 26 .385

0 0 ---

3 5 .600

5 8 13

7 11 0 2 4 1 23

5.8

Willingham

4 0 89

4 13 .308

3 5 .600

7 10 .700

4 9 13

6 7 0 0 12 1 18

4.5

Swords

3 1 31

4 8 .500

0 0 ---

2 2 1.000

3 4 7

1 5 0 1 2 3 10

3.3

Riley

4 2 66

3 12 .250

0 2 .000

4 4 1.000

1 4 5

5 10 0 5 6 1 10

2.5

Penicheiro

3 1 39

3 7 .429

0 1 .000

1 2 .500

0 1 1

5 5 0 2 5 0 7

2.3

Murphy

4 0 43

2 4 .500

0 0 ---

4 2 6

4 2 0 3 4 1 6

1.5

SKY

4 - 825

102 245 .416

18 52 .346

60 80 .750

43 93 136

57 73 0 37 75 20 282

70.5

MYSTICS

4

95 238

14

49

35

63

63.3

-

-

825

825

.399

2 10 .200 .399

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

44

.318

18 52 .346 FG3 FG3A 3PCT 0

44

---

.318

FT

FTA

PCT

9 .778

72

.681

OR DR REB

85

120

60 80 .750

43 93 136

FT

OR DR REB

FTA

72

PCT

.681

85

120

AST PF

75

DQ STL

1

33

TO BLK PTS

76

20 253

57 73 0 37 75 20 282 AST PF

75

DQ STL

1

33

TO BLK PTS

76

20 253

AVG

70.5 AVG

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CONNECTICUT SUN WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Connecticut Sun

1 Mohegan Sun Blvd. Uncasville, CT 06382 Tel: 860-862-4000 Fax: 860-862-4006/4010 Ticket Information: 877-786-8499 Radio: webcast TV: MyTV9 (WCTX) Colors: Navy Blue, Red, Orange, Gold Arena: Mohegan Sun Arena (9,341) www.connecticutsun.com

All-Time Series: Connecticut 29 -9

Directory

2012 Results 6/3 Washington 86- Connecticut 94 6/29 Connecticut 77- Washington 64 7/10 Connecticut77- Washington 70 7/11 Washington 73-Connecticut 85 9/4 Connecticut 77-Washington 70

Owner Chief Executive Officer/Governor Chief Operating Officer/ Alternate Governor General Manager Head Coach Assistant Coaches

Jeffrey Hartmann Christopher Sienko Anne Donovan Jennifer Gillom, Catherine Proto Jeremy Norman Bill Tavares Jennifer Hildebrand

Head Athletic Trainer Media Relations Manager Publicist

Connecticut 5-0 Anne Donovan

The Mohegan Tribe Mitchell Etess

2013 Schedule Friday, June 7 Sunday, August 11 Friday, September 6 Friday, September 13

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (1-3) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. CHICAGO PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

3 3 108

20 37 .541

0

2 .000

6

12 .500

7 16 23

3 8 0 3

8 0 46

15.3

Currie

4 4 123

18 45 .400

4

9 .444

14 19 .737

5 8 13

6 12 0 5 10 3 54

13.5

Castro Marques 1 0 27

3 11 .273

0 3 .000

3 4 .750

1 1 2

0 3 0 1 1 0 9

9.0

Ajavon

3 2 71

8 23 .348

2 5 .400

7

3 6 9

9 11 1 4 10 1 25

8.3

Thomas

4 2 94

12 31 .387

5 10 .500

4 6 .667

1 7 8

14 5 0 3 6 1 33

8.3

Lacy

3 1 43

5 12 .417

0 4 .000

6 8 .750

1 8 9

6 3 0 3 3 1 16

5.3

Quinn

3 2 84

5 19 .263

1 6 .167

2

2 1.000

3 11 14

9 3 0 4 7 1 13

4.3

Robinson

4 3 82

8 20 .400

0 0

---

1

2 .500

9 9 18

4 11 0 2 8 2 17

4.3

Snow

3 1 62

5 13 .385

0 0

---

2

2 1.000

1 10 11

1 5 0 2 5 5 12

4.0

Wisdom-Hylton 4 1 57

6 10 .600

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

2 6 8

2 3 0 4 7 6 13

3.3

Novosel

3 0 25

3 6 .500

2 2 1.000

0 0 ---

1 0 1

0 1 0 0 1 0 8

2.7

Canty

2 1 24

1 8 .125

0 2 .000

3 6 .500

1 1 2

2 5 0 1 2 0 5

2.5

Bobbitt

2 0 25

1 3 .333

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

0 2 2

7 5 0 1 3 0 2

1.0

MYSTICS

4

95 238

14

49

35

63

63.3

SKY

4 - 825

102 245 .416

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Prince

4 4 127

23 45 .511

10 19 .526

21 24 .875

1 12 13

8 10 0 7

9 0 77

19.3

Fowles

3 3 106

21 37 .568

0

13 19 .684

14 30 44

2 5 0 5

5 8 55

18.3

Cash

4 4 119 16 41 .390

2 12 .167

4 6 .667

10 16 26

7 8 0 5 10 3 38

9.5

Vandersloot

4 3 87

12 35 .343

0 6 .000

2 4 .500

0 4 4

11 9 0 7 11 0 26

6.5

Petrovic

2 0 26

4 11 .364

1 3 .333

3 4 .750

1 3 4

1 1 0 0 2 2 12

6.0

Young

4 2 90 10 26 .385

0 0 ---

3 5 .600

5 8 13

7 11 0 2 4 1 23

5.8

Willingham

4 0 89

4 13 .308

3 5 .600

7 10 .700

4 9 13

6 7 0 0 12 1 18

4.5

Swords

3 1 31

4 8 .500

0 0 ---

2 2 1.000

3 4 7

1 5 0 1 2 3 10

3.3

Riley

4 2 66

3 12 .250

0 2 .000

4 4 1.000

1 4 5

5 10 0 5 6 1 10

2.5

Penicheiro

3 1 39

3 7 .429

0 1 .000

1 2 .500

0 1 1

5 5 0 2 5 0 7

2.3

Murphy

4 0 43

2 4 .500

0 0 ---

4 2 6

4 2 0 3 4 1 6

1.5

SKY

4 - 825

102 245 .416

18 52 .346

60 80 .750

43 93 136

57 73 0 37 75 20 282

70.5

MYSTICS

4

95 238

14

49

35

63

63.3

-

-

825

825

.399

2 10 .200 .399

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

44

.318

18 52 .346 FG3 FG3A 3PCT 0

44

---

.318

FT

FTA

PCT

9 .778

72

.681

OR DR REB

85

120

60 80 .750

43 93 136

FT

OR DR REB

FTA

72

PCT

.681

85

120

AST PF

75

DQ STL

1

33

TO BLK PTS

76

20 253

57 73 0 37 75 20 282 AST PF

75

DQ STL

1

33

TO BLK PTS

76

20 253

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AVG

70.5 AVG


WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Indiana Fever

125 S. Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, Ind. 46204 Tel: 317-917-2500 Fax: 317-917-2599 Ticket Information: 317-917-2500 Radio: 1070 The Fan TV: FOX Sports Indiana Colors: Blue, Red, Gold Arena: Conseco Fieldhouse (9,643 | 18,165 with balcony) www.feverbasketball.com

All-Time Series: Indiana 37-15

Directory

2012 Results 6/15 Indiana 66-Washington 67 8/16 Washington 66-Indiana 84 8/28 Washington 68-Indiana83 921 Indiana 66-Washington 53

Pacers Sports & Entertainment Ownership Herb Simon, President, Pacers Sports & Entertainment Jim Morris Chief Operating Officer & General Manager Rick Fusen Head Coach Lin Dunn Assistant Coaches Stephanie White Mickie DeMoss Trainer Todd Champlin Strength Coach Emily Novitsky Director of Media Relations Kevin Messenger Public Information Assistant Tim Edwards

Indiana 3-1 Lin Dunn

2013 Schedule Sunday, June 16 Friday, July 19 Sunday, July 21 Tuesday, September 10

2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (0-5) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. CONNECTICUT PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

5 5 165

41 69 .594

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 0

Currie

5 4 112

18 43 .419

Ajavon

5 3 115

Thomas Quinn

FT

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB

AST PF

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG

11 16 .688

15 19 34

8 15 0 5 12 1 93

2 8 .250

11 16 .688

4 12 16

7 12 0 1 6 0 49

9.8

11 47 .234

6 18 .333

15 18 .833

4 7 11

8 14 0 7

8.6

5 2 82

16 33 .485

4 10 .400

2 5 .400

2 8 10

16 6 0 7 9 0 38

7.6

5 3 113

12 31 .387

5 11 .455

3 5 .600

4 10 14

8 8 0 4 3 2 32

6.4

Snow

5 3 87

15 25 .600

0 0 ---

0 1 .000

14 16 30

3 11 0 4 11 2 30

6.0

Canty

1 1 16

2 4 .500

0 1 .000

1 2 .500

0 3 3

1 2 0 0 1 0 5

5.0

Lacy

3 0 43

5 15 .333

1 2 .500

4

4 1.000

3 8 11

5 2 0 2 3 1 15

5.0

Bobbitt

4 2 74

6 23 .261

3 11 .273

2

4 .500

1 2 3

15 5 0 2 7 0 17

4.3

Novosel

5 0 42

5 17 .294

1 6 .167

3 4 .750

2 0 2

4 2 0 4 1 0 14

2.8

Wisdom-Hylton 5 0 67

7 17 .412

0 0

---

0

0 ---

4 7 11

5 9 0 4 4 4 14

2.8

Robinson

6 15 .400

0 0

---

1

4 .250

4 11 15

3 10 0 3 5 2 13

2.6

0 4 .000

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

0 2 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.0

5 2 76

Castro Marques 1 0 8

1 .000

4 0 43

18.6

MYSTICS

5

- 1000

144 343

.420

22

69

.319

53

79

.671

57

105 162

84

96

0

43

72

12 363

72.6

SUN

5

- 1000

147 306

.480

23

55

.418

93

113

.823

48

109 157

94

81

0

42

71

17 410

82.0

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Charles

5 5 169

43 81 .531

0

1 .000

10 12 .833

12 35 47

12 9 0 4 10 7 96

Lawson

5 5 156

23 44 .523

9 20 .450

24 26 .923

3 11 14

18 5 0 6

4 1 79

15.8

Jones

4 4 123

26 56 .464

2

7

9 19 28

7 12 0 6

9 1 61

15.3

Mims

5 1 83 16 28 .571

0 0 ---

12 17 .706

10 11 21

8 11 0 3 8 3 44

8.8

Montgomery

5 0 108

5 11 .455

16 19 .842

1 8 9

10 8 0 5 10 0 39

7.8

Greene

5 5 100 7 16 .438

1 4 .250

10 13 .769

2 7 9

12 12 0 6 2 0 25

5.0

Hightower

5 4 115 9 19 .474

1 3 .333

5 5 1.000

2 6 8

14 12 0 6 13 1 24

4.8

White

5 0 78

8 14 .571

5 8 .625

3 3 1.000

0 4 4

6 5 0 4 6 0 24

4.8

McCray

3 1 42

3 10 .300

0 3 .000

5 5 1.000

5 4 9

5 5 0 2 4 0 11

3.7

Griffin

2 0

.375

0

1

.000

1

3

.333

4

2

2

0

0

4

4

7

3.5

SUN

5

- 1000

147 306

.480

23

55

.418

93

113

.823

48

109 157

94

81

0

42

71

17 410

82.0

MYSTICS

5

- 1000

144 343

.420

22

69

.319

53

79

.671

57

105 162

84

96

0

43

72

12 363

72.6

27

9 30 .300

3

8

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

4 .500

10 .700

4

8

AST PF

DQ STL

19.2

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LOS ANGELES SPARKS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Los Angeles Sparks

965 S. Figueroa St. Suite 104 Los Angeles, CA 90017 Tel: (213) 929-1300 Fax: (213) 929-1325 TV: Time Warner Cable SportsNet Colors: Purple, Teal, Yellow Arena: Staples Center (13,141) www.lasparks.com

All-Time Series: Los Angeles 19-8

Directory

2012 Results 7/17 Washington 89- Los Angeles 85 8/23 Los Angeles 86- Washington 82

Owner Williams Group Holdings LLC CEO Paula Williams Madison President Vincent Malcom Vice President/General Manager Penny Toler Head Coach Carol Ross Assistant Coaches Sandy Brondello, Jim Lewis Athletic Trainer Courtney Watson Director of Communications Stacey Mitch

Los Angeles 2-0

2012 Schedule:

Sunday, June 23 Sunday, August 4 Home games in bold

Carol Ross

8:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

2012 SEASON SERIES (0-2) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. LOS ANGELES PLAYER

G GS MIN

Currie

2 1 49

FG FGA PCT 8 19 .421

1 5 .200

10 11 .909

0 6 6

5 3 0 3 2 1 27

13.5

Lacy

1 0 9

4 8 .500

2 5 .400

2 2 1.000

1 1 2

1 1 0 1 2 0 12

12.0

Thomas

2 2 49

8 23 .348

1 8 .125

2 2 1.000

2 6 8

7 2 0 3 8 1 19

9.5

Snow

2 1 47

7 15 .467

0 0

3

8 6 14

0 6 0 1 3 1 17

8.5

Quinn

2 2 42

6 7 .857

3 4 .750

0 0 ---

1 6 7

3 4 0 3 7 0 15

7.5

Bobbitt

2 0 22

6 9 .667

1 2 .500

1 2 .500

2 1 3

2 0 0 1 2 0 14

7.0

Langhorne

2 2 56

3 14 .214

0 0 ---

2 4 .500

3 2 5

2 4 0 3 4 0 8

4.0

Novosel

2 0 25

2 6 .333

1 3 .333

2 2 1.000

2 1 3

1 2 0 1 4 0 7

3.5

Ajavon

2 1 35

2 13 .154

0 6 .000

2 2 1.000

0 2 2

3 3 0 2 4 0 6

3.0

Wisdom-Hylton 2 0 26

3 7 .429

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

1 2 3

2 2 0 3 1 1 6

3.0

Robinson

2 1 31

2 4 .500

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

2 2 4

0 5 0 2 2 3 5

2.5

Castro Marques 1 0 8

1 4 .250

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2.0

MYSTICS

2

-

400

52 129

.403

9

33

.273

25

31

.806

22

35

57

26

32

0

23

42

7

138

69.0

SPARKS

2

-

400

76 132

.576

11

21

.524

34

41

.829

21

50

71

51

29

0

23

33

7

197

98.5

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FT

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Toliver

2 2 53

9 16 .563

2 4 .500

13 16 .813

1 3 4

12 7 0 4 8 0 33

16.5

Ogwumike

2 2 52

15 19 .789

0 0 ---

2 3 .667

8 4 12

2 4 0 4 0 1 32

16.0

Parker

2 2 50 14 26 .538

0 1 .000

1 2 .500

4 13 17

11 1 0 1 4 1 29

14.5

Beard

2 2 56

9 18 .500

0 1 .000

8 8 1.000

0 5 5

10 6 0 7 4 2 26

13.0

Lavender

2 0 35

9 14 .643

0 0

4

5 5 10

5 3 0 0 3 1 22

11.0

Milton-Jones 2 2 43

8 15 .533

3 4 .750

2 4 6

0 3 0 0 4 1 21

10.5

Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Hea

1 0 24

3 4 .750

2 3 .667

2 2 1.000

1 4 5

1 2 0 1 2 0 10

10.0

Coleman

2 0 40

4 10 .400

2 5 .400

2 2 1.000

0 4 4

3 2 0 2 4 1 12

6.0

Miller

1 0 15

2 4 .500

1 1 1.000

0 0 ---

0 1 1

2 0 0 0 1 0 5

5.0

Hoffman

FG FGA PCT

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

---

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

---

FT

FTA

PCT

4 .750

4 1.000

2 2 1.000

OR DR REB

AST PF

AST PF

DQ STL

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG

1 0 12

2 3 .667

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 3 3

0 1 0 2 1 0 4

4.0

Riley (TOT) 2 0 14

0 1 .000

0 1 .000

8 8 1.000

0 0 0

1 0 0 0 1 0 8

4.0

Sykes

2 0 8

1 2 .500

1 2 .500

0 2 .000

0 1 1

2 0 0 1 0 0 3

1.5

Anosike

1 0 12

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 3 3

3 0 0 1 1 0 0

0.0

SPARKS

2

-

400

76 132

.576

11

21

.524

34

41

.829

21

50

71

51

29

0

23

33

7

197

98.5

MYSTICS

2

-

400

52 129

.403

9

33

.273

25

31

.806

22

35

57

26

32

0

23

42

7

138

69.0

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MINNESOTA LYNX WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Minnesota Lynx

Target Center 600 First Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55403 Tel: 612-673-8400 Fax: 612-673-8407 Radio: KLCI 106.1 FM (BOB 106) TV: Fox Sports North Colors: Blue Green, Silver, Light Blue, Red Target Center (9,181) www.lynxbasketball.com

All-Time Series: Minnesota 14-11

Directory

2012 Results 5/30 Minnesota 79- Washington 77 8/17 Washington 69-Minnesota 98

Owner COO President Executive Vice President Director of Business Operations Head Coach/GM Assistant Coaches Basketball Operations/Video Coordinator Athletic Trainer

Minnesota 2-0

2013 Schedule Saturday, June 8 Thursday, August 8

Cheryl Reeve

7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

PR Coordinator

Glen Taylor Rob Moor Chris Wright Roger Griffith Carley Knox Cheryl Reeve Jim Petersen Shelley Patterson Paige Jackson Chuck Barta Alex King

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (0-2) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. MINNESOTA PLAYER

G GS MIN

Ajavon

2 1 43 10 19 .526

FG FGA PCT

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 3 7 .429

FT

2 3 .667

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB 1 0 1

AST PF

2 5 0 7 3 1 25

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Currie

2 2 39

8 15 .533

1 4 .250

8 10 .800

3 3 6

4 5 0 1 4 0 25

12.5

Langhorne

2 2 59

9 13 .692

0 0 ---

6 8 .750

4 3 7

2 1 0 4 3 0 24

12.0

Quinn

12.5

2 1 48

7 16 .438

4 8 .500

4 4 1.000

1 2 3

4 5 0 1 1 0 22

11.0

Wisdom-Hylton 2 0 25

5 8 .625

0 0 ---

2 2 1.000

2 4 6

1 1 0 1 2 1 12

6.0

Thomas

2 1 32

4 17 .235

2 5 .400

1 2 .500

0 0 0

3 3 0 1 3 0 11

5.5

Robinson

2 1 34

4 12 .333

0 1 .000

1 2 .500

5 4 9

2 5 0 1 5 1 9

4.5

Snow

2 1 42

4 8 .500

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

4 9 13

1 6 0 1 4 2 9

4.5

Novosel

2 0 24

2 7 .286

0 3 .000

0 0 ---

3 2 5

4 2 0 2 1 2 4

2.0

Lacy

2 0 30

1 8 .125

0 3 .000

1 2 .500

1 3 4

7 5 0 2 1 1 3

1.5

Bobbitt

1 0 13

0 1 .000

0 1 .000

1 2 .500

0 0 0

1 2 0 0 2 0 1

1.0

Canty

1 1 10

0 3 .000

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 1

1.0

MYSTICS

2

54 127

10

28

24

32

73.0

LYNX

2 - 400

70 131 .534

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Augustus

2 2 54 15 25 .600

3 6 .500

2 2 1.000

1 4 5

6 1 0 2 3 0 35

Moore

2 2 55 13 21 .619

3 9 .333

4 4 1.000

2 4 6

5 4 0 3 5 2 33

16.5

Brunson

2 2 55

13 22 .591

0 0 ---

1 3 .333

10 6 16

1 5 0 3 3 2 27

13.5

Wright

2 0 35

9 12 .750

0 1 .000

5 8 .625

1 5 6

3 0 0 0 4 0 23

11.5

Whalen

2 2 49

7 14 .500

0 0 ---

7 11 .636

2 2 4

16 2 0 1 6 0 21

10.5

Harris

-

400

.425

32

.313

9 26 .346 FG3 FG3A 3PCT

39

.718

30

54

28 40 .700

24 41 65

FT

OR DR REB

FTA

PCT

41

0

21

30

8

146

47 31 0 14 33 6 177 AST PF

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

88.5 AVG 17.5

2 0 22

4 7 .571

0 0 ---

3 4 .750

0 5 5

0 3 0 1 1 0 11

5.5

McWilliams-Frank 2 2 36

3 5 .600

0 0 ---

2 3 .667

1 5 6

5 3 0 2 3 0 8

4.0

Wiggins

2 0 36

2 11 .182

2 8 .250

0 0 ---

1 2 3

8 4 0 1 2 0 6

3.0

Thorn

2 0 15

1 5 .200

1 2 .500

2 2 1.000

1 0 1

1 0 0 0 1 0 5

2.5

Adair

2 0 22

1 4 .250

0 0 ---

2 3 .667

1 2 3

0 3 0 1 1 1 4

2.0

Peters

2 0 22

2 5 .400

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

4 6 10

2 6 0 0 3 1 4

2.0

LYNX

2 - 400

70 131 .534

9 26 .346

28 40 .700

24 41 65

47 31 0 14 33 6 177

88.5

MYSTICS

2

54 127

10

28

24

32

73.0

-

400

.425

32

.313

39

.718

30

54

41

0

21

30

8

146

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NEW YORK LIBERTY WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE New York Liberty

Madison Square Garden Two Pennsylvania Plaza New York, NY 10121-0091 Television: MSG Network Colors: Blue, Seafoam Green, Orange, Black Arena: Prudential Center (18,500) www.nyliberty.com

All-Time Series: New York 36-21

Directory

2012 Results 6/8 New York 76-Washington 70 7/13 New York 53- Washington 70 9/1 Washington 73 - New York 79 9/12 Washington 62- New York 75 9/16 New York 75 - Washington 68

Owner & Executive Chairman, MSG James L. Dolan President & Chief Executive Officer, MSG Hank Ratner President, MSG Sports Dave Howard Vice President, Marketing & Operations â&#x20AC;&#x201C; NY Liberty Kristin Bernert General Manager & Head Coach Bill Laimbeer Assistant Coach Taj McWilliams-Franklin, Barbara Farris Coaching Assistants Teresa Weatherspoon Coaching Assistants Tamika Whitmore Athletic Trainer Laura Ramus Vice President, Communication, MSG Sports Stacey Escudero Manager, Communications Hasim Phillips

Series Even 4-1 Bill Laimbeer

2013 Schedule Wednesday, July 31 Tuesday, August 6 Friday, August 16 Sunday, September 15

7:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (1-4) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. NEW YORK PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

4 4 143

33 55 .600

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 0

1 .000

FT

10 13 .769

FTA PCT

OR DR REB 13 13 26

AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS 5 8 0 11 7 1 76

19.0

Currie

5 5 117

21 49 .429

2 14 .143

30 35 .857

2 13 15

9 11 0 4

6 1 74

14.8

Thomas

5 4 152

23 55 .418

7 22 .318

3

8 .375

5 14 19

16 10 0 5 17 1 56

11.2

Quinn

4 3 108

10 24 .417

5 12 .417

2

4 .500

1 9 10

10 2 0 4

6.8

Ajavon

5 2 111 9 41 .220 3 17 .176 8 12 .667 3 8 11 11 14 0 7 7 1 29 5.8

Lacy

2 0 21

4 7 .571

0 0 ---

0 1 .000

1 1 2

2 3 0 1 1 1 8

4.0

Snow

5 3 97

8 16 .500

0 0

---

4

6 .667

8 17 25

2 9 0 2 7 3 20

4.0

Robinson

---

4 0 27

AVG

5 3 97

9 21 .429

0 0

1

4 .250

3 13 16

8 9 0 3 5 6 19

3.8

Wisdom-Hylton 5 0 64

7 13 .538

0 1 .000

5

5 1.000

5 8 13

3 4 0 1 5 7 19

3.8

Canty

1 1 5

1 2 .500

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

1 0 1

1 0 0 0 0 0 2

2.0

Novosel

5 0 32

2 9 .222

1 4 .250

4 4 1.000

1 1 2

0 1 0 1 2 1 9

1.8

Castro Marques 3 0 15

2 8 .250

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

1 0 1

1 0 0 0 0 0 4

1.3

Bobbitt

4 0 38

0 3 .000

0 0 ---

0 0 0

6 3 0 1 2 0 0

0.0

MYSTICS

5

- 1000

129 305

.423

18

74

.243

67

92

.728

44

97

141

74

74

0

40

69

22 343

68.6

LIBERTY

5

- 1000

139 321

.433

26

78

.333

54

63

.857

49

116 165

82

77

0

30

75

16 358

71.6

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

AST PF DQ STL TO BLK PTS

AVG

Pondexter

5 5 181

41 90 .456

7 25 .280

26 27 .963

4 26 30

20 13 0 7 13 0 115

23.0

Carson

5 5 142

25 65 .385

5 14 .357

8

12 .667

8 10 18

13 6 0 3 13 3 63

12.6

Powell

5 3 134

18 35 .514

7 17 .412

2

2 1.000

9 15 24

9 12 0 7

9.0

Pierson

4 4 78 10 27 .370

0 2 .000

6 7 .857

2 15 17

11 8 0 0 5 2 26

6.5

Braxton

5 4 67

15 28 .536

0 1 .000

2 3 .667

8 8 16

9 3 0 1 6 4 32

6.4

Mitchell

5 2 131

9 23 .391

7 18 .389

4

4 1.000

3 12 15

11 7 0 2

4 0 29

5.8

Vaughn

5 1 127

13 29 .448

0

0

---

2

2 1.000

7 18 25

2 14 0 2

5 3 28

5.6

Walker

5 1 96

7 18 .389

0 0

---

0

0 ---

5 10 15

6 10 0 2 11 3 14

2.8

1 4 .250

0 0 ---

1 2 3

1 0 0 4 2 0 6

1.5

Montgomery 4 0 22

0 5 .000

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

FT

FTA PCT

4 6 .667

OR DR REB

7 1 45

Cain

3 0 12 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0.0

Redmon

2 0 10

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

1 0 1

0 2 0 2 2 0 0

0.0

LIBERTY

5

- 1000

139 321

.433

26

78

.333

54

63

.857

49

116 165

82

77

0

30

75

16 358

71.6

MYSTICS

5

- 1000

129 305

.423

18

74

.243

67

92

.728

44

97

74

74

0

40

69

22 343

68.6

0 2 .000

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PHOENIX MERCURY

WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Phoenix Mercury

201 E. Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 Telephone(602) 514-8333 Fax(602) 379-7540 TelevisionFox Sports Arizona Team ColorsOrange, Purple, and Gray ArenaUS Airways Center (10,200) www.phoenixmercury.com

All-Time Series: Phoenix 17-11

Directory

2012 Results 6/20 Washington 77 - Phoenix 80 7/1 Phoenix 77-Washington 90

Managing Partner Robert Sarver Executive VP, Finance/Administration Jim Pitman President and COO, Phoenix Mercury Amber Cox Vice President, Phoenix Suns and Mercury Ann Meyers Drysdale General Manager and Head Coach Corey Gaines Assistant Coaches Julie Hairgrove Earl Cureton Head Athletic Trainer Tamara Poole Basketball Communications/Operations Manager Bret Burchard Public/Community Relations Director Casey Taggatz

Even

2013 Schedule Corey Gaines

Friday, June 21 Thursday, June 27

10:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Home games in bold.

2012 SEASON SERIES (1-1) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. PHOENIX PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

2 2 60

15 27 .556

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 1 1 1.000

FT

4 8 .500

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB 5 7 12

AST PF

4 3 0 2 2 0 35

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG 17.5

Snow

2 2 60

13 19 .684

0 0 ---

5 7 .714

5 13 18

4 7 0 0 3 4 31

15.5

Currie

2 1 46

9 21 .429

3 8 .375

1 4 .250

1 6 7

6 5 0 0 4 0 22

11.0

Quinn

2 1 41

8 22 .364

1 3 .333

4 6 .667

2 3 5

3 1 0 1 2 0 21

10.5

Ajavon

2 2 41

4 13 .308

3 7 .429

5 5 1.000

1 1 2

9 2 0 1 3 1 16

8.0

Wisdom-Hylton 2 0 28

5 9 .556

0 0 ---

3 6 .500

3 3 6

2 5 0 0 0 0 13

6.5

Novosel

2 0 26

3 6 .500

1 2 .500

5 7 .714

1 5 6

1 0 0 4 1 0 12

6.0

Thomas

2 1 46

3 12 .250

2 6 .333

1 2 .500

2 6 8

7 1 0 1 4 0 9

4.5

Robinson

1 0 12

1 4 .250

0 0 ---

1 1 1.000

0 1 1

0 5 0 1 3 1 3

3.0

Bobbitt

2 1 25

2 5 .400

1 3 .333

0 0 ---

1 2 3

6 2 0 1 1 0 5

2.5

Lacy

1 0 14

0 2 .000

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 3 3

2 3 0 0 1 0 0

0.0

MYSTICS

2

-

400

63 140

.450

12

30

.400

29

46

.630

21

50

71

44

34

0

11

29

6

167

83.5

MERCURY

2

-

400

58 139

.417

8

31

.258

33

39

.846

16

50

66

23

37

0

13

23

13 157

78.5

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Bonner

2 2 76

14 40 .350

2 11 .182

9 10 .900

2 13 15

4 4 0 2 4 6 39

19.5

Prahalis

2 2 62

14 29 .483

2 4 .500

5 5 1.000

2 9 11

8 5 0 3 6 0 35

17.5

Houston

2 2 57

12 27 .444

4 11 .364

4 4 1.000

1 6 7

4 5 0 4 5 2 32

16.0

Thomas

2 2 67

9 13 .692

0 0

2

6 8 14

0 6 0 0 3 2 20

10.0

Hornbuckle

2 2 43

4 14 .286

0 2 .000

3 6 .500

1 4 5

3 3 0 2 1 0 11

5.5

Riley

2 0 14

0 1 .000

0 1 .000

8 8 1.000

0 0 0

1 0 0 0 1 0 8

4.0

Warley

2 0 40

3 4 .750

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

4 7 11

0 7 0 0 0 3 7

3.5

Sanford

1 0 9

1 1 1.000

0 0 ---

1 1 1.000

0 1 1

0 4 0 0 1 0 3

Gray-Lawson 2 0 33

1 10 .100

0 2 .000

0 0 ---

0 2 2

3 3 0 2 1 0 2

1.0

MERCURY

2

-

400

58 139

.417

8

31

.258

33

39

.846

16

50

66

23

37

0

13

23

13 157

78.5

MYSTICS

2

-

400

63 140

.450

12

30

.400

29

46

.630

21

50

71

44

34

0

11

29

6

83.5

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

---

3 .667

AST PF

DQ STL

167

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SAN ANTONIO SILVER STARS

WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE San Antonio Silver Stars

AT&T Center (9,839) One AT&T Center San Antonio, TX 78219 Tel: 210-444-5000 Fax: 210-444-5699 Radio Station: Ticket 760 AM TV Station: FOXSports Southwest) Team Colors: Silver and Black www.sasilverstars.com

All-Time Series: Washington 15-14

Directory

2012 Results 7/6 San Antonio 78 – Washington 73 8/21 Washington 72 – San Antonio 75

Ownership Spurs Sports & Entertainment Chairman & CEO Peter Holt President of Business Operations Rick Pych Director of Business Operations, WNBA Ryan Snider GM/Head Coach Dan Hughes Assistant Coaches James Wade Vicky Johnson Head Athletic Trainer LaTonya Holley Public Relations Manager Lindsay Campbell Basketball Operations Manager Melissa Martinez

San Antonio 2-0

2013 Schedule: Dan Hughes

Friday, July 12 Tuesday, July 16

8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (0-2) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. SAN ANTONIO PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

2 2 69

12 20 .600

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 0 0 ---

FT

6 8 .750

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB 3 8 11

AST PF

3 3 0 4 5 0 30

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Currie

2 2 55

9 20 .450

2 7 .286

7 8 .875

0 6 6

7 6 0 3 2 0 27

13.5

Thomas

2 1 47

9 21 .429

3 5 .600

4 4 1.000

1 5 6

6 7 0 2 5 0 25

12.5

Snow

2 2 43

6 13 .462

0 0 ---

3 3 1.000

2 6 8

2 4 0 1 3 1 15

7.5

Ajavon

2 2 30

3 8 .375

0 4 .000

5 7 .714

0 2 2

3 3 0 2 4 0 11

5.5

Quinn

2 0 31

4 12 .333

3 7 .429

0 0 ---

0 4 4

1 0 0 1 0 0 11

5.5

Novosel

2 0 22

15.0

5 8 .625

0 2 .000

0 2 .000

1 4 5

2 0 0 0 1 0 10

5.0

Wisdom-Hylton 2 0 34

4 10 .400

0 0

0

6 5 11

4 6 0 2 2 2

4.0

Lacy

2 0 23

2 4 .500

1 1 1.000

1 1 1.000

1 1 2

0 2 0 2 0 0 6

3.0

Robinson

2 0 13

1 3 .333

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

1 3 4

2 2 0 0 0 0 2

1.0

Bobbitt

2 1 33

0 2 .000

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

1 3 4

3 2 0 0 7 1 0

0.0

MYSTICS

2

-

400

55 121

.455

9

27

.333

26

33

.788

16

47

63

33

35

0

17

31

4

145

72.5

SILVER STARS

2

-

400

59 121

.488

14

33

.424

21

32

.656

17

46

63

37

27

0

21

30

6

153

76.5

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Hammon

2 2 57

14 24 .583

9 12 .750

2 4 .500

0 6 6

10 2 0 3 5 0 39

19.5

Young

2 2 60

12 20 .600

0 0 ---

7 13 .538

3 9 12

7 3 0 6 2 0 31

15.5

D. Robinson 2 2 62 12 18 .667

0 0 ---

4 5 .800

1 4 5

6 3 0 2 4 0 28

14.0

Adams

2 0 38

7 12 .583

2 7 .286

4 6 .667

3 5 8

4 9 0 0 4 0 20

10.0

Perkins

2 0 44

6 19 .316

1 3 .333

0 0 ---

1 3 4

1 4 0 1 2 1 13

6.5

Appel

2 2 43

3 6 .500

0 1 .000

2 2 1.000

6 11 17

1 3 0 2 5 5 8

4.0

Smith

1 0 12

2 2 1.000

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 1 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 4

Christon

2 2 39

1 9 .111

1 7 .143

2 2 1.000

0 4 4

3 1 0 5 0 0 5

2.5

Johnson

2 0 27

2 10 .200

1 2 .500

0 0 ---

2 2 4

3 1 0 2 5 0 5

2.5

Bevilaqua

2 0 11

0 1 .000

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.0

---

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

0 ---

AST PF

DQ STL

8

Morrison 1 0 7 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0.0 SILVER STARS 2 - 400

59 121 .488

14 33 .424

21 32 .656

17 46 63

37 27 0 21 30 6 153

76.5

MYSTICS

55 121

9

26

16

33

72.5

2

-

400

.455

27

.333

33

.788

47

63

35

0

17

31

4

145

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SEATTLE STORM WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Seattle Storm

3421 Thorndyke Ave. W. Seattle, WA 98119 Tel: (206) 217-WNBA (9622) Fax: (206) 281-5817 Radio KPTK 1090 AM Television KONG 6/16 Team Colors Storm Green, Storm Gold, Storm Red and Storm Bronze Arena: KeyArena (Storm Capacity: 9,686) www.StormBasketball.com

All-Time Series: Seattle 11-10

Directory

2012 Results: 6/24 Washington 55 - Seattle 72 6/26 Seattle 79- Washington 71

Ownership Chairperson Chief Executive Officer Head Coach & Director of Player Personnel Assistant Coaches

Seattle 2-0

Brian Agler Nancy Darsch Jenny Boucek Michael Brandenburg Tom Spencer

Strength & Conditioning Coach Head Athletic Trainer

2013 Schedule: Brian Agler

Force 10 Hoops L.L.C. Dawn Trudeau Karen Bryant

Tuesday, June 18 Saturday, July 6

10:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (2-0) SEATTLE STORM VS. WASHINGTON PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Langhorne

2 2 75

16 26 .615

FG3 FG3A 3PCT 0 1 .000

FT

9 16 .563

FTA

PCT

OR DR REB 4 12 16

AST PF

4 4 0 2 5 0 41

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG 20.5

Ajavon

2 2 37

6 21 .286

4 10 .400

0

0 ---

0 0 0

2 8 0 0 2 0 16

8.0

Currie

2 0 49

5 18 .278

2 5 .400

3

4 .750

6 7 13

0 7 0 0 1 1 15

7.5

Bobbitt

2 0 54

4 11 .364

1 5 .200

2 4 .500

4 4 8

13 6 1 4 6 0 11

5.5

Lacy

2 0 30

5 13 .385

1 3 .333

0 0 ---

1 0 1

1 4 0 1 2 1 11

5.5

Quinn

2 2 37

4 11 .364

2 5 .400

1 2 .500

0 3 3

3 4 0 1 1 0 11

5.5

Thomas

2 2 26

2 10 .200

0 1 .000

4 4 1.000

0 0 0

3 2 0 0 1 0 8

4.0

Snow

2 2 42

2 3 .667

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

4 8 12

3 5 0 4 3 3 5

2.5

Novosel

1 0 7

0 2 .000

0 0 ---

2 2 1.000

0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 2

2.0

Wisdom-Hylton 2 0 38

2 5 .400

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

4 2 6

1 3 0 4 4 1 4

2.0

Robinson

2 0 6

1 2 .500

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 1 1

0 2 0 0 0 0 2

1.0

MYSTICS

2

-

400

47 122

.385

10

30

.333

22

34

.647

23

38

61

30

45

1

16

28

6

126

63.0

STORM

2

-

400

49 99

.495

10

25

.400

43

56

.768

7

42

49

32

38

0

12

27

2

151

75.5

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FT

FTA

PCT

TO BLK PTS

AVG

Bird

2 2 70 14 24 .583

4 7 .571

7 8 .875

0 7 7

8 6 0 2 3 0 39

19.5

Wauters

2 2 53

12 19 .632

1 1 1.000

3 3 1.000

4 10 14

4 4 0 0 5 0 28

14.0

Thompson

2 0 33

4 11 .364

1 4 .250

8 9 .889

0 4 4

0 5 0 0 2 2 17

8.5

Wright

2 2 67

3 12 .250

0 3 .000

10 12 .833

0 3 3

6 2 0 2 8 0 16

8.0

Little

2 2 55

4 10 .400

0 0 ---

7 13 .538

1 7 8

4 5 0 3 4 0 15

7.5

Smith

2 2 59

5 10 .500

3 8 .375

2 2 1.000

0 2 2

5 6 0 4 1 0 15

7.5

Kobryn

2 0 25

5 8 .625

0 0 ---

2 5 .400

0 4 4

1 5 0 1 1 0 12

6.0

Stricklen

2 0 35

2 5 .400

1 2 .500

2 2 1.000

2 5 7

4 4 0 0 2 0 7

3.5

Clark

1 0 2 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2.0

STORM

2

-

400

49 99

.495

10

25

.400

43

56

.768

7

42

49

32

38

0

12

27

2

151

75.5

MYSTICS

2

-

400

47 122

.385

10

30

.333

22

34

.647

23

38

61

30

45

1

16

28

6

126

63.0

FG FGA PCT

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

OR DR REB

AST PF

DQ STL

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Williams Center Tower One One West Third Street Suite 1100 Tulsa, OK 74103 Phone:(918) 949-9700 Fax: (918) 949-9797 Arena: BOK Center (7,500) Team Colors: Black and Yellow www.tulsashock.com

All-Time Series: Tulsa (formerly Detroit) 26-18

Directory

2012 Results: 5/26 Tulsa 61-Washington 64 7/8 Washington 62- Tulsa 78

Ownership: Bill Cameron, David Box, Pat Chernicky, Chris Christian, Sam and Rita Combs, Don and Pat Hardin, Paula Marshall, Stuart and Linda Price, Scott and Katie Schofield. Managing Partner Sam Combs President: Steve Swetoha Head Coach: Gary Kloppenburg Assistant Coach and Director of Basketball Operations: Kathy McConnell-Miller Assistant Coach: Jason Glover Head Athletic Trainer: Allison Russell Strength and Conditioning Coach John Jackson Manager of Public and Community Relations: Aimee Cooper

Series Even 1-1

2013 Schedule: Monday, May 27 Sunday, June 30

Gary Kloppenberg

3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Home games in bold

2012 SEASON SERIES (1-1) WASHINGTON MYSTICS VS. TULSA PLAYER

G GS MIN

Ajavon

2 1 46

9 21 .429

2 7 .286

8 10 .800

1 3 4

7 9 0 5 7 0 28

14.0

Langhorne

2 2 67

11 18 .611

0 1 .000

5 7 .714

5 10 15

4 2 0 4 7 0 27

13.5

Currie

2 2 53

5 18 .278

2 7 .286

9 12 .750

1 9 10

3 6 0 3 5 0 21

10.5

Snow

2 1 43

5 7 .714

0 0 ---

2 2 1.000

2 6 8

1 6 0 0 3 2 12

6.0

Thomas

2 0 34

5 9 .556

1 2 .500

0 1 .000

0 1 1

6 4 0 0 6 3 11

5.5

Novosel

1 0 7

2 5 .400

1 3 .333

0 0 ---

1 1 2

0 0 0 0 1 0 5

5.0

Canty

1 1 17

2 6 .333

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

1 1 2

1 2 0 1 5 0 4

4.0

Robinson

2 1 25

3 6 .500

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

2 5 7

1 6 0 2 2 0 6

3.0

Bobbitt

1 1 9

0 2 .000

0 1 .000

2 2 1.000

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 2

2.0

Lacy

2 0 28

2 7 .286

0 2 .000

0 0 ---

1 6 7

0 3 0 1 6 0 4

2.0

Wisdom-Hylton 2 0 20

2 5 .400

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 4 4

2 3 0 2 2 0 4

2.0

Quinn

2 1 50

1 7 .143

0 2 .000

0 0 ---

3 7 10

4 2 0 2 0 0 2

1.0

MYSTICS

2

47 111

6

26

17

29

63.0

SHOCK

2 - 400

45 124 .363

PLAYER

G GS MIN

FG FGA PCT

Latta

2 2 65 10 24 .417

3 8 .375

11 12 .917

2 7 9

6 3 0 4 3 0 34

T. Johnson

2 2 59 10 23 .435

4 5 .800

2 2 1.000

2 7 9

7 3 0 1 9 0 26

13.0

0 0 ---

9 14 .643

5 3 8

2 6 0 5 4 0 25

12.5 8.0

-

FG FGA PCT

400

.423

G. Johnson 2 1 42

8 17 .471

Lacy

FG3 FG3A 3PCT

25

.240

11 29 .379 FG3 FG3A 3PCT

FT

FTA

34

PCT

.765

OR DR REB

53

70

38 47 .809

23 38 61

FT

OR DR REB

FTA

PCT

AST PF

43

DQ STL

0

20

TO BLK PTS

51

5

126

23 34 0 26 37 5 139 AST PF

DQ STL

TO BLK PTS

AVG

69.5 AVG 17.0

1 0 26

3 9 .333

2 4 .500

0 0 ---

3 1 4

0 3 0 1 0 0 8

Hodges (TOT) 2 0 29

6 12 .500

2 6 .333

0 0 ---

2 0 2

1 0 0 1 1 1 14

7.0

Hodges (TUL) 1 0 16

3 5 .600

1 2 .500

0 0 ---

2 0 2

0 0 0 1 1 1 7

7.0

Williams

2 0 40

4 17 .235

1 5 .200

4 4 1.000

3 3 6

4 4 0 4 4 1 13

6.5

Kizer

1 0 16

0 3 .000

0 0 ---

6 6 1.000

1 4 5

0 2 0 2 1 0 6

6.0

Dorrell

1 1 17

0 4 .000

0 2 .000

4 6 .667

0 0 0

0 2 0 2 4 0 4

4.0

Black

2 1 25

3 6 .500

0 0 ---

1 2 .500

2 4 6

1 2 0 2 0 2 7

3.5

Pedersen

2 2 45

2 7 .286

0 0 ---

1 1 1.000

2 2 4

2 5 0 2 3 0 5

2.5

Holt

1 1 26

1 6 .167

0 2 .000

0 0 ---

0 4 4

1 2 0 0 2 0 2

2.0

Paris (TOT) 1 0 6

1 2 .500

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 2 2

0 0 0 0 1 1 2

2.0

Paris (TUL) 1 0 6

1 2 .500

0 0 ---

0 0 ---

0 2 2

0 0 0 0 1 1 2

2.0

Christmas

0 1 .000

0 1 .000

0 0 ---

0 1 1

0 1 0 1 2 0 0

0.0

1 0 8

Morris 1 0 10 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0.0 SHOCK

2 - 400

45 124 .363

11 29 .379

38 47 .809

23 38 61

23 34 0 26 37 5 139

69.5

MYSTICS

2

47 111

6

26

17

29

63.0

-

400

.423

25

.240

34

.765

53

70

43

0

20

51

5

126

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LEAGUE TIMELINE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE April 24, 1996

Women’s basketball announces “We Got Next” as the NBA Board of Governors approves the concept of a WNBA.

August 7, 1996

Val Ackerman is named first president of the WNBA.

October 23, 1996

Houston Comets forward Sheryl Swoopes becomes the first player signed by the WNBA.

October 30, 1996

WNBA announces eight teams to compete in the inaugural season – Charlotte, Cleveland, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Sacramento and Utah.

January 22, 1997

The league’s first 16 players are allocated to teams, an elite group comprised of Olympians and collegiate stars.

April 19, 1997

WNBA and Spalding introduce the league’s official orange-and-oatmeal game ball during WNBA Pre-Draft Camp at Disney’s Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando.

April 28, 1997

Tina Thompson is the first No. 1 draft pick, selected by the Houston Comets in the inaugural WNBA Draft.

June 21, 1997

The New York Liberty and the Los Angeles Sparks tip-off the first WNBA game at the Great Western Forum in Los Angeles. Sparks guard Penny Toler scores the league’s first basket at 19:01. New York wins 67-57.

June 23, 1997

Utah Starzz becomes first team to pass the 100-point mark in a 102-89 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks.

July 2, 1997

New York Liberty center Rebecca Lobo wins her 100th consecutive personal victory when the Liberty defeat the Houston Comets 70-67. Winning streak comprises Lobo’s 35-0 senior season at the University of Connecticut, 60-0 as member of U.S. Olympic Team and 5-0 as a member of the Liberty. The streak ends at 102.

August 30, 1997

The Houston Comets become the first WNBA Champions, employing the unstoppable Cynthia Cooper and a suffocating defense for a 65-51 victory over the New York Liberty at The Summit.

October 1, 1997

The WNBA announces that franchises in Detroit and Washington will join the fold as expansion teams for the 1998 season.

April 22, 1998

The league announces the addition of expansion teams in Orlando and Minnesota for the 1999 season, bringing the total number of teams to 12.

June 19, 1998

Los Angeles Sparks center Lisa Leslie sets a WNBA record by pulling down 21 rebounds in the Sparks’ victory over the New York Liberty.

June 21, 1998

Lisa Leslie notches her seventh-straight double-double, setting a WNBA record.

July 18, 1998

Houston’s Cynthia Cooper becomes the first player to reach 1,000 points during Comets’ 75-44 rout of the Sacramento Monarchs.

July 29, 1998

Sacramento Monarchs guard Ticha Penicheiro dishes out 16 assists in a 75-67 loss vs. the Cleveland Rockers to set a WNBA record.

August 29, 1998

In Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, the Houston Comets, trailing the Phoenix Mercury 1-0 in the best-of-three series, erases a 12-point deficit in the final 7:24 to force overtime. Houston wins the series and claims its second of four titles.

April 29, 1999

The WNBA and WNBPA reaches final accord as the league’s first Collective Bargaining Agreement is signed.

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LEAGUE TIMELINE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE June 7, 1999

WNBA announces the addition of four expansion teams for the 2000 season – Indiana, Miami, Portland and Seattle. The WNBA family now includes 16 teams.

June 29, 1999

The Sacramento Monarchs and the Minnesota Lynx combine for a WNBA-record 21 three-pointers (10 by Sacramento, 11 by Minnesota) in the Monarchs’ 86-72 victory over the Lynx.

July 14, 1999

Whitney Houston sings the National Anthem in front of an electrified crowd on hand at Madison Square Garden to witness the Inaugural WNBA All-Star Game. The West defeats the East 79-61 and Lisa Leslie is named MVP.

July 27, 1999

Sheryl Swoopes records the WNBA’s first triple-double with 15 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists in an 85-46 win over Detroit at the Compaq Center.

September 4, 1999

New York Liberty guard Teresa Weatherspoon nails a shot from beyond the midcourt line with 2.4 seconds remaining to give the Liberty a 68-67 victory over the Houston Comets in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals. The shot sends the series to a decisive Game 3, which the Comets win to claim their third straight WNBA title.

June 7, 2000

Cleveland Rockers forward Eva Nemcova ends her record-streak of 66 consecutive free throws with a miss against Orlando. Nemcova did not miss from the foul line from June 14, 1999 to June 5, 2000.

July 17, 2000

The West defeats the East 73-61 at the 2000 WNBA All-Star Game, hosted by the Phoenix Mercury at America West Arena. Houston’s Tina Thompson captures MVP honors.

August 25, 2000

Cleveland Rockers guard Suzie McConnell Serio is named the recipient of the first Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award presented by American General, named in honor of Houston’s Kim Perrot, who died of cancer in 1999.

August 26, 2000

Cynthia Cooper turns in a clutch performance to earn her fourth WNBA Finals MVP as the Houston Comets claim fourth straight title by defeating the New York Liberty. In Game 1 at Madison Square Garden, Cooper converts a crucial three-point play with 25.4 seconds remaining to push the Comets’ lead to five. In Game 2, she scores six of her 25 points in overtime and nine of Houston’s final 18 points. It marks Cooper’s last appearance in the WNBA Finals. She retires as the WNBA’s all-time scoring leader.

June 2, 2001

Houston’s Van Chancellor becomes first WNBA coach to record 100 victories as the Comets defeat the Detroit Shock 74-73.

June 7, 2001

Utah Starzz center Margo Dydek records the WNBA’s second triple-double, setting a league record for blocked shots in the process as her 12 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks leads Utah to an 82-79 win over Orlando.

July 3, 2001

Washington and Seattle battle through quadruple overtime – the longest game in WNBA history – before the Mystics edge the Storm 72-69.

July 7, 2001

Minnesota Lynx guard Katie Smith sets the WNBA single-game scoring record with a 46-point performance, including six three-pointers, in a 100-95 overtime loss to Los Angeles.

July 14, 2001

The West wins the 2001 WNBA All-Star Game in Orlando, defeating the East 80-72. Lisa Leslie earns her second All-Star MVP award.

July 30, 2001

Lisa Leslie scores her 2,538th point to become the WNBA’s career scoring leader, surpassing Cynthia Cooper.

August 10, 2001

Katie Smith scores 22 points in Minnesota’s 65-51 win over Seattle to break the WNBA single-season scoring record of 686 points set by Cynthia Cooper in 1999.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE August 11, 2001

Los Angeles becomes the first team to go undefeated at home for an entire season, finishing 16-0 at the STAPLES Center.

August 27, 2001

The Charlotte Sting, after dropping the opener of the Eastern Conference Finals at home, go into Madison Square Garden and take both games against the Liberty to derail New York’s hopes of making a third consecutive trip to the WNBA Finals. Charlotte advances to the Finals after a 1-10 season start.

September 1, 2001

The Los Angeles Sparks claim their first WNBA Championship to give the city of Los Angeles a sweep of professional basketball titles in 2001. Lisa Leslie becomes the first WNBA player to capture all three MVP awards in the same season, joining NBA greats Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan and Willis Reed as the only pro hoopsters to accomplish this feat.

Sparks coach Michael Cooper becomes the first person to claim NBA and WNBA titles, having won five championships as a player with the Lakers.

September 1, 2001

The WNBA welcomes its 10 millionth fan prior to Game 2 of the WNBA Finals at the STAPLES Center.

November 13, 2001

The Seattle Storm win the first pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft in the inaugural WNBA Draft Lottery.

June 4, 2002

Katie Smith becomes the WNBA’s all-time career leader for three-pointers (233), surpassing Cynthia Cooper (232).

June 5, 2002

Teresa Weatherspoon becomes the first WNBA player to record 1,000 assists during the Liberty’s 60-59 victory over the Detroit Shock at Madison Square Garden.

June 8, 2002

The Orlando Miracle and the Cleveland Rockers square off for the longest game in WNBA history. The Miracle claims a 103-99 victory in the 2:57 contest that spans three overtime periods.

June 22, 2002

Utah Starzz forward Natalie Williams records the first 20/20 performance in WNBA history when she scores 22 points and grabs 20 rebounds in Utah’s 77-61 win over the Sacramento Monarchs at ARCO Arena.

July 15, 2002

The West earns its fourth straight victory in the 2002 WNBA All-Star Game in Washington, D.C., edging the East 81-76. Lisa Leslie takes All-Star MVP honors for the second straight year and third time in her career.

July 22, 2002

Lisa Leslie becomes the first WNBA player to record 3,000 points during the Sparks’ 92-84 victory over Orlando at the STAPLES Center. Leslie records 24 points and 21 rebounds (tying the league record she set on 6/19/98) in the victory.

July 30, 2002

Lisa Leslie becomes the first WNBA player to dunk in a game when she throws down a one-handed breakaway layup with 4:44 remaining in the first half in Los Angeles’ 82-73 loss to Miami at the STAPLES Center.

August 9, 2002

Margo Dydek becomes the first WNBA player to record 500 career blocks.

August 15, 2002

Washington Mystics forward Chamique Holdsclaw becomes the first player to lead the league in both scoring (19.9 ppg) and rebounding (11.6 rpg) in a single season.

August 29, 2002

Los Angeles Sparks rookie guard Nikki Teasley nails the game-winning shot in the waning seconds of Game 2 of the WNBA Finals to give the Sparks their second consecutive WNBA Championship, defeating the New York Liberty.

Lisa Leslie earns WNBA Finals MVP honors for the second straight year.

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LEAGUE TIMELINE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE October 8, 2002

The NBA Board of Governors votes to restructure the WNBA to allow individual team ownership, to allow teams to be owned by non-NBA owners and to be located in non-NBA markets.

October 21, 2002

The WNBA announces that the Miracle will be relocated from Orlando to a city to be designated by the WNBA.

November 27, 2002

The Miami Heat organization elects not to assume ownership of the Sol.

December 5, 2002

The WNBA announces that the Utah Starzz will relocate to San Antonio for the 2003 season.

December 30, 2002

The Portland Trailblazers organization elects not to assume ownership of the Fire.

January 10, 2003

San Antonio announces “Silver Stars” as its official team name.

January 28, 2003

The Connecticut Sun join the WNBA for 2003, as the Mohegan Tribe of Indians become the first non-NBA owner in league history. The Orlando Miracle become the Connecticut Sun.

April 24, 2003

The WNBA holds the second annual Draft Lottery and a Dispersal Draft to disseminate players from the Miami Sol and Portland Fire. The Cleveland Rockers win the lottery, while the Detroit Shock make Ruth Riley, formerly of the Sol, the first selection in the Dispersal Draft.

April 25, 2003

At 3 a.m., the WNBA and the WNBAPA sign the league’s second Collective Bargaining Agreement. The agreement is for four years, with a league option for a fifth, and gives WNBA players the first free agency rights in the history of women’s professional team sports.

April 25, 2003

The league holds the 2003 WNBA Draft, and Cleveland takes Mississippi State’s LaToya Thomas as the first overall pick.

May 23, 2003

Chamique Holdsclaw breaks the WNBA record for rebounds in a game grabbing 24 in the Washington Mystics season-opening win over the Charlotte Sting. She also added 22 points and become the first WNBA player to record two 20-point, 20-rebound performances in a career.

June 7, 2003

Seattle Storm center Lauren Jackson becomes the youngest player in WNBA history to reach the 1,000 point milestone at age 22.

June 10, 2003

Minnesota’s Katie Smith becomes the first WNBA player to record 300 three-point field goals in her career.

July 12, 2003

The West captures its fifth straight WNBA All-Star victory at New York’s Madison Square Garden by defeating the East All-Stars 84-75, while Los Angeles’s Nikki Teasley earns MVP honors.

August 25, 2003

Nikki Teasley finishes the year averaging 11.5 points, 6.3 assists, and 5.1 rebounds becoming the first player in WNBA history to average more than ten points, five assists, and five rebounds in a season.

September 14, 2003

Seattle’s Lauren Jackson becomes the first international player to win the WNBA’s Most Valuable Player award.

September 16, 2003

The Detroit Shock win their first WNBA title against the Los Angeles Sparks in front of a sell-out crowd and record attendance of 22,076. Detroit’s Ruth Riley records a career high 27 points in Game Three and earns the series MVP.

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE September 23, 2003

Rebecca Lobo, one of three original WNBA players, (together with Sheryl Swoopes and Lisa Leslie) signed by the league, retires after a seven-year career.

December 3, 2003

The Phoenix Mercury win the first pick in the WNBA Draft in the 2004 WNBA Draft Lottery.

December 17, 2003

The Board of Governors announces three rules changes. The three-point line moves from 19’ 9” to 20’ 6¼”, and the lane is widened from 12’ to the NBA width of 16’. The 30-second shot clock resets to 20 seconds (as opposed to 30 seconds under the previous rule) when a defensive foul or other defensive violation occurs with less than 20 seconds remaining on the shot clock.

January 6, 2004

The WNBA holds a Dispersal Draft to disseminate the players from the Cleveland Rockers. The Phoenix Mercury select forward Penny Taylor with the first overall selection.

April 17, 2004

The league holds the 2004 WNBA Draft, and Phoenix takes the University of Connecticut’s Diana Taurasi as the #1 overall pick.

June 17, 2004

Ticha Penicheiro passes Teresa Weatherspoon to take over the number one spot in career assists.

July 29, 2004

Lisa Leslie scores her 4,000th career point and becomes the first WNBA player to reach the milestone.

August 2-31, 2004

The WNBA stops play to give players the opportunity to compete in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

August 5, 2004

USA Basketball defeats the WNBA All-Stars 74-58 as the two teams face-off in the historic game at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The game was a send off for the US Women’s National Team as they prepared to compete in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.

September 10, 2004

Lisa Leslie records the WNBA’s third triple-double, tying Margo Dydek’s record for blocked shots in the process as her 29 points, 15 rebounds and 10 blocked shots leads Los Angeles to an 81-63 victory over the Detroit Shock.

October 12, 2004

The Seattle Storm win their first WNBA title against the Connecticut Sun before a sell-out crowd of 17,072. For the first time in WNBA history, all three games of the WNBA Finals were sell-outs. Seattle guard Betty Lennox averaged 22.3 points for the three games on her way to earning the series MVP.

December 1, 2004

The Charlotte Sting beat the odds to win the first pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft in the fourth annual WNBA Draft Lottery. Charlotte had only a 9.7 percent chance of capturing the first pick.

February 8, 2005

NBA Commissioner David Stern announces that the WNBA will be expanding to Chicago for the 2006 season. The Chicago Sky becomes the second WNBA team to be owned and run by an entity outside of the NBA. In 2003, the Connecticut Sun became the first independently owned and operated WNBA team.

February 15, 2005

Donna Orender is appointed by David Stern as the second president of the WNBA.

April 16, 2005

The league holds the 2005 WNBA Draft, and Charlotte takes the University of Minnesota center Janel McCarville as the #1 overall pick.

May 24, 2005

Sheila Johnson, co-founder of Black Entertainment Television, becomes the WNBA’s first African-American female owner when she joined Ted Leonsis’ Lincoln Holdings LLC, which in turn purchased the Washington Mystics from Washington Wizards’ owner Abe Pollin.

July 13, 2005

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LEAGUE TIMELINE WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE August 18, 2005

Anne Donovan becomes the first female WNBA coach – and fourth overall in the league – to win 100 games.

September 18, 2005 September 20, 2005

Sheryl Swoopes becomes the first three-time WNBA Most Valuable Player in league history. The Sacramento Monarchs clinch the 2005 WNBA Championship, bringing the city of Sacramento their first basketball title.

October 24, 2005

The Minnesota Lynx beat the odds to win the first pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft in the fifth annual WNBA Draft Lottery. Minnesota had only a 16.7 percent chance of capturing the first pick.

February 1, 2006

The WNBA announces the 2006 WNBA Draft and Pre-Draft Camp will be held in Boston, site of the NCAA Women’s Final Four. The WNBA events will conclude a week-long celebration of women’s basketball emanating from Boston.

April 5, 2006

The league holds the 2006 WNBA Draft, and Minnesota takes the Louisiana State University’s Seimone Augustus as the #1 overall pick.

June 13, 2006

The WNBA All-Decade Team is selected by fans, a panel of national and WNBA-market media and the league’s current players and coaches. The team is comprised of the 10 best and most influential players from its first 10 years of play. Players named are: Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings, Cynthia Cooper, Yolanda Griffith, Lauren Jackson, Lisa Leslie, Katie Smith, Dawn Staley, Sheryl Swoopes and Tina Thompson. Van Chancellor, who led the Houston Comets to consecutive WNBA championships in the league’s first four seasons, was named the WNBA’s Coach of Decade.

July 12, 2006

The 2006 WNBA All-Star Game takes place at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Four rookies – Seimone Augustus, Cappie Pondexter, Sophia Young and Candice Dupree – are named All-Stars. The East squad, led by All-Star MVP Katie Douglas of the Connecticut Sun, earns its first–ever victory with a 98-82 decision. Off the court, the inaugural All-Star Salute: Celebrating Inspiration Luncheon is a key highlight of the festivities as former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is the keynote speaker.

June 23, 2006

In a game against the San Antonio, Los Angeles Sparks center Lisa Leslie scores the 5,000th point in her WNBA career and becomes the first player in WNBA history to reach that milestone.

August 10, 2006

Diana Taurasi scores a WNBA single-game record 47 points in a triple-overtime game against Houston. Taurasi would also finish the 2006 season with new WNBA records for most points in a single-season (860) and highest scoring average in a single season (25.3).

August 30, 2006

As part of the League’s 10th Anniversary season, the WNBA Greatest Moment presented by AOL.com is unveiled during Game 1 of the 2006 WNBA Finals. Fans, who were able to log on to www.aol.com/wnba, voted Teresa Weatherspoon’s half-court, buzzer-beater – a shot that propelled the New York Liberty to victory in Game 2 of the 1999 WNBA Finals and on to a deciding Game 3 against the Houston Comets – as their favorite moment in the WNBA’s 10-year history.

September 3, 2006

Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks is named MVP for the third time in her career after having also earned the honor in 2001 and 2004. Leslie joined the Houston Comets’ Sheryl Swoopes as the only players in WNBA history to capture MVP honors three times.

September 9, 2006

The 2006 WNBA Finals see the Detroit Shock earn their second league championship when they topped the Sacramento Monarchs in the first WNBA Finals match up ever to reach a fifth and deciding game. The historic

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October 26, 2006

The Phoenix Mercury wins the sixth annual Draft Lottery and earns the top pick in the 2007 WNBA Draft. It marks the first time that the team whose odds of winning the top pick were mathematically the smallest actually came away with the #1 pick.

November 7, 2006

The WNBA announces the creation of the Dawn Staley Community Leadership Award. The award will be presented to the player who best exemplifies the characteristics of a leader in the community and will reflect Staley’s contagious leadership, spirit, charitable efforts and love for the game.

December 7, 2006

The WNBA Board of Governors approves the sale of the Los Angeles Sparks to an investment group led by Katherine E. Goodman and Carla J. Christofferson.

December 13, 2006

The Charlotte Bobcats Organization announces that it will no longer operate the Charlotte Sting.

January 8, 2007

The WNBA holds a Dispersal Draft to disseminate the players from the Charlotte Sting. The Chicago Sky select guard Monique Currie with the first overall selection.

January 30, 2007

Rule changes are announced for the 2007 season and include the following: the backcourt rule requires offensive teams to bring the ball across the mid-court line within eight seconds rather than 10 seconds; the timeout rule requires that officials grant requests for a timeout (full or 20-second) by a player in the game or the head coach; and the teams will now be able to designate 11 active players and up to two inactive players on playoff rosters, with the ability to activate any inactive players on a game-by-game basis.

January 31, 2007

The WNBA Board of Governors approves the sale of the Houston Comets to Hilton Koch/Hilton Acquisitions, LLC.

February 16, 2007

Electronic Arts announces that six WNBA players are featured in a new videogame NBA STREET Homecourt. Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings, Lauren Jackson, Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes and Diana Taurasi are the first female professional athletes to ever be featured and go head-to-head with their male counterparts in a videogame.

March 31, 2007

Former University of Texas Head Coach Jody Conradt becomes the inaugural recipient of the WNBA Inspiring Coach Award.

April 4, 2007

The 2007 WNBA Draft presented by adidas takes place in Cleveland, marking the second straight year that the draft was held immediately following the NCAA Women’s Division I Championship Game and conducted in the same city as the Final Four. The Phoenix Mercury make Lindsey Harding the top overall pick before trading her to the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for Tangela Smith. The fast-paced draft earned a place in league history when Jessica Davenport, the second overall pick, was subsequently traded from San Antonio to New York in exchange for all-star guard Becky Hammon and a future selection. It marked the first time in WNBA history that the top two picks were traded on Draft Day.

July 15, 2007

The 2007 WNBA All-Star Game, the league’s eighth such contest, is played in front of a sellout audience on July 15 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. A crowd of 19,487 fans witnessed the East defeat the West, 103-99, as Cheryl Ford of the Detroit Shock clinched the MVP honors. A key highlight of the All-Star festivities in 2007 was the second annual All-Star Salute: Inspiring Women Luncheon, featuring keynote speaker and Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice.

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Signaling a major milestone in its second decade, the WNBA reaches an eight-year agreement with ESPN to have ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 televise games through the 2016 season. The agreement was announced in conjunction with the 2007 WNBA All-Star Game by Donna Orender, WNBA President, and John Skipper, ESPN Executive Vice President, Content. The agreement extends the WNBA’s relationship with ESPN, which began with the league’s inaugural season in 1997, to 20 seasons.

July 24, 2007

Seattle’s Lauren Jackson scores 47 points in a 97-96 overtime loss to the Washington Mystics, tying Diana Taurasi for the WNBA record for most points in a single game.

July 27, 2007

Lauren Jackson scores her 4,000th career point during a 89-75 win over the Indiana Fever, becoming the youngest and fastest player in league history to reach the milestone. Jackson reaches the milestone in 209 games.

September 5, 2007

Lauren Jackson is named MVP of the league for the second time in her career after having also earned the honor in 2003. Jackson led the WNBA in scoring, rebounding and double-doubles and was also named the WNBA’s Player of the Week on five occasions. Jackson joined Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes and Cynthia Cooper as the only players in WNBA history to capture multiple MVP honors.

September 16, 2007

The 2007 WNBA Finals see the Phoenix Mercury win their first-ever championship behind the play of Diana Taurasi, Penny Taylor and Cappie Pondexter, who was named Finals MVP. The Mercury capped the most exciting WNBA season ever by defeating the defending champion Detroit Shock in five games. It marked the first time that a the WNBA Championship has been won on the road, and Mercury head coach Paul Westhead became the first head coach to win both a WNBA title and an NBA title (1980, Los Angeles Lakers). Total attendance for the 2007 WNBA Finals between the Phoenix Mercury and the Detroit Shock was 74,178, establishing a new all-time WNBA Finals record. In addition, Game 5’s crowd of 22,076 at The Palace of Auburn Hills tied the all-time, singlegame attendance record for the WNBA Finals (also set on Sept. 16 2003 of the 2003 WNBA Finals, Los Angeles at Detroit).

October 17, 2007

WNBA President Donna Orender announces that the City of Atlanta was awarded a WNBA expansion team for the 2008 season. The new team will be owned and operated by Atlanta businessman J. Ronald Terwilliger.

October 23, 2007

The Los Angeles Sparks win the seventh annual Draft Lottery and earned the top pick in the 2008 WNBA Draft. The Sparks won the lottery for the first time in franchise history, after tying the Minnesota Lynx for fewest wins in 2007.

January 23, 2008

The Atlanta expansion franchise unveils their team name, logo and colors. The Atlanta Dream’s color scheme will consist of sky blue and red.

January 28, 2008

The WNBA and the WNBAPA sign the league’s third collective bargaining agreement covering six seasons, commencing with the 2008 season and continuing through 2013.

January 29, 2008

Rule changes are announced for the 2008 season and include the following: the inbounding rule will permit a player to pass the ball anywhere (frontcourt or backcourt) on the court during the final minute of the fourth period and the final minute of any overtime period; players not occupying lane spaces shall now remain behind the three-point line (above the free-throw line extended) during free-throws; and instant-replay rules will now require automatic video reviews by the officiating crew in the case of flagrant fouls that result in ejections and other player altercations.

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The WNBA holds an Expansion Draft to build the inaugural roster of the Atlanta Dream. The Dream selected one player from each team, including Betty Lennox, Katie Feenstra, Erika DeSouza and Kristin Haynie. The Dream also orchestrated trades for Iziane Castro Marques and Ivory Latta.

February 28, 2008

Force 10 Hoops, L.L.C., the entity owned by Seattle businesswomen and civic leaders Anne Levinson, Ginny Gilder, Lisa Brummel and Dawn Trudeau, purchases the Seattle Storm. Seven WNBA teams now fall under the independent ownership model: the Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky, Connecticut Sun, Houston Comets, Los Angeles Sparks, Seattle Storm and Washington Mystics.

April 4, 2008

North Carolina State Head Coach Kay Yow is honored with the WNBA’s Inspiring Coach Award during the Women’s Final Four activities in Tampa, Florida.

April 9, 2008

The 2008 WNBA Draft presented by adidas takes place in Tampa, marking the third year that the draft was held immediately following the NCAA Women’s Division I Championship Game and conducted in the same city as the Final Four. Candace Parker, Sylvia Fowles and Candice Wiggins were selected as the top three overall picks.

May 17, 2008

Candace Parker of the Los Angeles Sparks nearly posts a triple-double in her pro debut on vs. Phoenix. She had 34 points, 12 rebounds and 8 assists. Her 34 points broke the record for a rookie in a debut game.

May 29, 2008

On May 29 in a double-overtime loss at Indiana, Candace Parker becomes the first player in WNBA history to record a 5x5, which is total of five or more in five different categories. Parker had 16 points, 16 rebounds, six blocks, five assists and five steals. Tina Thompson of the Houston Comets becomes just the second player in WNBA history to reach the 5,000 point milestone, joining Lisa Leslie. Candace Parker dunks in back-to-back games, joining Lisa Leslie as the only players to have dunked in a WNBA game.

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June 28, 2008

Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks becomes the first WNBA player to record 3,000 career rebounds.

July 30, 2008

Robin Roberts, co-anchor of ABC News’ Good Morning America, is honored as the recipient of the 2008 WNBA Inspiration Award. Roberts is the keynote speaker at the WNBA Inspiring Women Luncheon in San Francisco, an event that also honored the U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team and served as a final send-off to the Beijing for the Olympic Games.

July 28-Aug. 27, 2008 The WNBA stops play to give players the opportunity to compete in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. The U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team defeated Australia in the gold medal game, while Russia defeated China for the bronze. The United States has now won four consecutive Olympic gold medals.

August 31, 2008

Katie Smith of the Detroit Shock reaches the 5,000 career point milestone, joining Lisa Leslie and Tina Thompson.

September 5, 2008

Ticha Penicheiro of the Sacramento Monarchs becomes the first player in WNBA history to record 2,000 career assists.

October 3, 2008

Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker is named the Hanns-G ‘Go Beyond’ Rookie of the Year as well as the WNBA Most Valuable Player presented by T-Mobile. It marks the first time a rookie won both awards in the same year. The top overall pick in the 2008 WNBA Draft, Parker capped a season in which she also earned All-WNBA First Team honors, two Hanns-G ‘Go Beyond’ Rookie of the Month Awards (May and July), one Player of the Week Award (Aug. 31) and the Peak Performer Rebounding Award.

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The 2008 WNBA Finals see the Detroit Shock sweep the San Antonio Silver Stars in three games. The Shock earned their third championship in six years. Detroit’s Katie Smith was named Finals MVP.

December 2, 2008

The League announces that the Houston Comets, an original member of the WNBA, would suspend operations.

December 9, 2008

The WNBA holds a Dispersal Draft of the Houston Comets players. Teams drafted in inverse order of their regularseason finish in 2008. The Atlanta Dream selected Sancho Lyttle with the first pick, the Washington Mystics chose Matee Ajavon with the second selection and the Chicago Sky took Mistie Williams with the third pick.

December 9, 2008

The Atlanta Dream win the eighth annual WNBA Draft Lottery and earned the top pick in the 2009 WNBA Draft. The winning team had 420 chances out of 1,000 to receive the first overall selection. The lottery went exactly according to odds for the first time in WNBA history.

February 5, 2009

The WNBA Board of Governors votes to allow the expanded use of instant replay by game officials. The two modifications will allow referees to use instant replay 1.) to determine at any point during a game whether a field goal was correctly scored as a two- or three-point field goal, and, for the purposes of awarding the correct number of free throws, whether a shooter was fouled while taking a two- or three-point attempt and 2.) when the game clock malfunctions during a play concluding with no time remaining on the clock (0:00) at the end of any quarter or overtime period.

April 7, 2009

University of Tennessee head coach Pat Summit is named the recipient of the WNBA’s Inspiring Coach Award.

April 9, 2009

The 2009 WNBA Draft presented by adidas takes place at the NBA Entertainment studios in Secaucus, NJ. Angel McCoughtry, Marissa Coleman and Kristi Toliver were selected as the top three overall picks.

May 13, 2009

WNBA LiveAccess, a new feature on WNBA.com that provides fans with free access to more than 200 live game Webcasts, is launched and allows fans around the world to access live game Webcasts on individual team Web sites.

June 1, 2009

The Phoenix Mercury announces a groundbreaking marquee partnership with LifeLock to launch the first-ever branded jersey in WNBA or NBA history. The LifeLock name will appear on the front of Phoenix Mercury player jerseys and on warm-up suits through the 2011 season.

June 5, 2009

The Los Angeles Sparks reach an agreement with the Farmer’s Insurance Group of Companies to become the second team to secure a marquee partnership and wear branded jerseys. The Farmer’s Insurance Group of Companies name and logo will appear on player jerseys.

June 14, 2009

Tamika Raymond is named the recipient of the 2009 Dawn Staley Community Leadership Award.

July 17, 2009

Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm reaches the 3,000-point plateau, becoming just the third player in league history to score 3,000 points and hand out 1,000 career assists. (Shannon Johnson and Vickie Johnson)

July 29, 2009

Cokie Roberts, political commentator for ABC News, senior news analyst for NPR News, and bestselling author, is honored as the recipient of the 2009 WNBA Inspiration Award. Roberts served as the keynote speaker at the WNBA Inspiring Women Luncheon in Chicago.

August 10, 2009

Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks becomes the first player in WNBA history to record 6,000 career points.

August 15, 2009

Lauren Jackson of the Seattle Storm scores her 5,000th point against the Atlanta Dream, becoming the youngest

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September 5, 2009

Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury scores her 4,000th point, eclipsing Lauren Jackson as the youngest and fastest player in league history to reach the milestone. Taurasi accomplishes the feat in 197 games.

September 26, 2009

Lisa Leslie tallies 22 points and 9 rebounds in the final game of her WNBA career as the Los Angeles Sparks are defeated by the Phoenix Mercury in the Western Conference Finals. Leslie had previously announced that 2009 would be her final season, and retires as the all-time WNBA leader in points (6,263) and rebounds (3,307).

September 29, 2009

The Mercury’s Diana Taurasi wins the WNBA Most Valuable Player Award presented by Kia Motors, marking the first MVP honor of her professional career. Taurasi tallied 20.4 points per game and recorded 20+ points in 20 games in 2009.

October 9, 2009

The Phoenix Mercury defeats the Indiana Fever to clinch the WNBA Championship for the second time in three years. Finals MVP Diana Taurasi, Cappie Pondexter and Penny Taylor led the Mercury and held off a late rally by the tenacious Indiana Fever for a 94-86 victory in the deciding Game 5. The 2009 WNBA Finals also featured three sellouts plus the highest total attendance figure (82,018) in WNBA Finals history. Overall, average attendance for the 2009 WNBA Playoffs increased 18.5% over 2008 (9,979 vs. 8,420).

October 20, 2009

The Detroit Shock relocates to Tulsa, Oklahoma under the ownership of Bill Cameron, David Box and Tulsa Pro Hoops, LLC. Nolan Richardson is named the team’s general manager and head coach.

October 29, 2009

Kathy Betty becomes managing partner of the Atlanta Dream after the investment group Dream Too, LLC purchases the team from Terwilliger.

November 5, 2009

The Minnesota Lynx win the ninth annual WNBA Draft Lottery and earned the top pick in the 2010 WNBA Draft. Minnesota had 428 chances out of 1,000 to receive the first overall selection by virtue of owning New York’s combinations (261) in addition to its own (167).

November 20, 2009

The Maloof Family announces that they will no longer operate the Sacramento Monarchs.

December 4, 2009

The WNBA Competition Committee and Board of Governors approves the expanded use of instant replay by game officials in the following situations: 1.) To determine at any point during the game whether a 24-second shot clock violation occurred prior to the release of a successful field goal attempt or prior to a foul being committed and 2.) To determine during the last minute of regulation play and the last minute of any overtime period which player last touched the ball prior to it going out-of-bounds or whether the ball was last touched simultaneously by two opponents.

December 14, 2009

The WNBA holds a Dispersal Draft of the Sacramento Monarchs players. The New York Liberty selected Nicole Powell with the first pick while the Minnesota Lynx chose Rebekkah Brunson second and the Connecticut Sun took DeMya Walker with the third selection. The Chicago Sky selected Courtney Paris and the San Antonio Silver Stars took Laura Harper to round out the top five picks. Teams drafted in inverse order of their regular-season finish in 2009.

January 23, 2010

The Tulsa franchise, with new ownership that brought the team from its former home in Detroit, announces it will keep the name “Shock,” and unveils a new logo and color scheme featuring black, red and gold.

April 8, 2010

The 2010 WNBA Draft presented by adidas takes place at the NBA Entertainment studios in Secaucus, NJ.

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Phoenix’s Tangela Smith plays in her 411th career game, breaking Vickie Johnson’s previous record for most career games played.

August 15, 2010

In a game against Indiana, rookie Tina Charles of the Connecticut Sun sets WNBA single-season records for most double-doubles and total rebounds in a single season.

September 7, 2010

Atlanta’s Angel McCoughtry scores a WNBA Playoffs record 42 points in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Finals, a 105-93 victory over the New York Liberty. In that same game, New York’s Cappie Pondexter tallies 36 points. Their combined total of 78 points set a WNBA record for most total points by two players in the same postseason game.

September 16, 2010

The Seattle Storm won the 2010 WNBA championship by defeating the Atlanta Dream 87-84 in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals in Atlanta’s Philips Arena. The Storm swept the Dream 3-0 in the best-of-five series and Seattle center Lauren Jackson, the league’s regular season MVP, was named MVP of The Finals. It is the Storm’s second championship and first since 2004.

December 3, 2010

Donna Orender steps down as WNBA President to launch her own marketing, media and strategy company.

February 28, 2011

As part of WNBA Live - Manchester 2011 – a new, multiyear partnership between the Manchester (Eng.) City Council and the NBA, WNBA and USA Basketball – it is announced that the Atlanta Dream will participate in the first WNBA game to be played in Europe. The game is set for May 29, 2011 vs. Standard Life Team GB (Great Britain’s national team) at Manchester Evening News Arena. The partnership will promote women in sport and encourage participation in team sports.

March 3, 2011

At a press conference at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, the WNBA announces that the Silver Stars will host the 2011 All-Star Game for the first time in franchise history. The contest, set for Saturday, July 23, is to be the second WNBA All-Star Game played in a Western Conference venue and the first since the 2000 game was held in Phoenix.

March 8, 2011

In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, the WNBA officially announced plans to celebrate its 15th season. Among those would be the selection of the Top 15 Players and the Top 15 Moments in league history. Key among other planned celebrations would be a nationally televised game (ESPN2) in which the New York Liberty would visit the Los Angeles Sparks on June 21, fifteen years to the date of the league’s inaugural game in 1997 featuring those same two teams.

March 28, 2011

Sheryl Swoopes, 40, returns to the WNBA, signing to play with the Tulsa Shock after a two-year hiatus. An inaugural member of the WNBA and a member of the league’s All-Decade Team selected in 2006, Swoopes resume includes four WNBA championships as a member of the Houston Comets (1997-2000), three league MVP awards (2000, 2002, 2005) and three Defensive Player of the Year honors (2000, 2002, 2003).

April 7, 2011

The Washington Mystics sign a marquee partnership with Inova Health System, becoming the fifth WNBA team to have such a partnership. Players will wear Inova Hospital System’s name and logo on the front of their home and away jerseys during the 2011 WNBA season.

April 7, 2011

The WNBA and partner adidas unveiled new uniforms for all 12 teams featuring Revolution 30 technology and women’s basketball specific TECHFIT base layers.

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The WNBA becomes the first professional sports league to conduct its annual Draft at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn. The Minnesota Lynx made Maya Moore the top overall selection of the 2011 WNBA Draft presented by adidas. Australian native Elizabeth Cambage, selected second by the Tulsa Shock, and Courtney Vandersloot, tapped third by the Chicago Sky, rounded out the top three picks.

April 21, 2011

Laurel J. Richie, a veteran of more than three decades in consumer marketing, corporate branding, public relations and corporate management, is appointed President of the WNBA, NBA Commissioner David Stern announced. Laurel leaves her post as Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Girl Scouts of the USA to join the WNBA.

June 21, 2011

The Los Angeles Sparks host the New York Liberty at STAPLES Center in the WNBA’s 15th Anniversary Game, played 15 years to the day of the league’s inaugural matchup between the same two teams in LA. The Sparks win, 96-91.

July 23, 2011

In honor of the WNBA’s 15th season, the league unveiled its “Top 15 Players of All Time” during a halftime ceremony live on ABC at the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game presented by adidas. With consideration given to on-court performance and ability, leadership, sportsmanship, and community service, as well as to contributions to team success and women’s basketball, voting was conducted by fans, select national and WNBA-market media, and by current players and coaches. The players named were: Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings, Cynthia Cooper, Yolanda Griffith, Becky Hammon, Lauren Jackson, Lisa Leslie, Ticha Penicheiro, Cappie Pondexter, Katie Smith, Dawn Staley, Sheryl Swoopes, Diana Taurasi, Tina Thompson, and Teresa Weatherspoon.

August 9, 2011

In a road game at the Phoenix Mercury, Minnesota Lynx all-stars Lindsay Whalen and Seimone Augustus become the 35th and 36th players to to surpass the 3,000-point mark for their respective careers, but the first pair of teammates to eclipse the mark in the same game. In the process, Augustus also tied the Mercury’s Diana Taurasi as the fastest player in WNBA history to reach 3,000 (151 games).

August 22, 2011

The WNBA and Boost Mobile, an industry leader in no-contract wireless service, announced a landmark multiyear marketing partnership that made Boost Mobile the first league-wide marquee partner of the WNBA. As part of the deal, the Boost Mobile brand logo was subsequently featured on the front of the game jerseys of 10 of the WNBA’s 12 teams. It marked the first time the WNBA had a league partner with jersey branding for multiple teams throughout the season other than adidas, the league’s official outfitter.

October 2, 2011

Despite falling to the host Minnesota Lynx in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals, Atlanta Dream forward Angel McCoughtry set Finals records for points in a quarter (19 in the third), points in a half (27 in the second), and consecutive points (14 from late in the first half into the third quarter).

October 5, 2011

The Atlanta Dream’s Angel McCoughtry surpasses the WNBA Finals record (set by her in 2010) for most points in a single game with 38 in a loss to the host Minnesota Lynx.

October 7, 2011

In a celebration of its 15th season, the WNBA and partner Boost Mobile unveiled the Top 15 Moments in league history as voted by fans. The top moment was Teresa Weatherspoon’s half-court shot at the buzzer to win Game 2 of the 1999 WNBA Finals for the New York Liberty and send that series to a decisive third game. Ranking second was the WNBA’s first ever game (NY Liberty at LA Sparks, June 21, 1997); third was Sparks’ center Lisa Leslie throwing down the first dunk in WNBA history in the first half of a game vs. the Miami Sol.

October 7, 2011

The Minnesota Lynx captured their first WNBA title with a 73-67 win over the Atlanta Dream. Lynx guard/forward Seimone Augustus was named Finals MVP after leading the Lynx to a sweep in the best-of-five series. Augustus posted 22 points and seven assists in Game 1 and had a franchise-playoff record 36 points in Game 2, including 15 in the fourth quarter.

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April 16, 2012

The 2012 WNBA Draft presented by Boost Mobile takes place at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, CT, marking the second straight year that the draft was held on the campus of the league’s broadcast partner. Stanford’s Nnemkadi Ogwumike (Sparks), Tennessee’s Shekinna Stricklen (Storm), Notre Dame’s Devereaux Peters (Lynx), Tennessee’s Glory Johnson (Shock), and Miami’s Shenise Johnson (Silver Stars) are the top five picks.

June 3, 2012

Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream sets the WNBA’s single-game mark for most successful free throws without a miss, going 17-for-17 vs. Chicago.

June 15, 2012

With a win over Phoenix on June 15, the defending champion Minnesota Lynx set a WNBA record for the best start to a season, going 10-0 out of the gate before being upended by Seattle.

June 16, 2012

Already the WNBA’s career steals leader, Tamika Catchings also took over the top spot in league history for career free throws made when she hit six of eight from the charity stripe against Chicago.

June 17, 2012

Connecticut’s Tina Charles, with 23 points and 22 rebounds at Atlanta, became the first player in WNBA history to log three 20-20 games in a career.

July 14-Aug. 15, 2012

The WNBA temporarily stops play to give players the opportunity to compete in the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team – comprised of 12 WNBA players – defeated France in the gold medal game. The win gave the United States women their fifth consecutive Olympic gold medal and, dating back to the bronze medal game in 1992, stretched the team’s winning streak to 41 games.

Sept. 18, 2012

Already the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer, Tina Thompson (Seattle) became the first player in the history of the league to surpass 7,000 career points with her jump shot at the 9:03 mark of the second quarter of the Storm’s victory over visiting Chicago at KeyArena. The milestone capped a season in which Thompson also became the first WNBA player to top 15,000 minutes played and 2,450 field goals made.

Aug. 28, 2012

A put-back basket against San Antonio by Minnesota Lynx center McWilliams-Franklin, moved the 14-year veteran and six-time All-Star into first place on the WNBA’s career list for offensive rebounds, surpassing the 1,049 of Yolanda Griffith.

Sept. 22, 2012

Temeka Johnson of the Tulsa Shock finished the regular season with the league’s best single-season mark in history for three-point FG percentage (.531, 34 of 64). On the same day, Ticha Penicheiro of the Chicago Sky plays the final game of her career and, with two assists, increases her WNBA career record to 2,599.

Sept. 26, 2012

The WNBA Draft Lottery (to determine the order of selection of the 2013 WNBA Draft) was held for the first time at ESPN’s studios in Bristol, Conn., live during the 6 p.m. ET edition of SportsCenter. The Phoenix Mercury ultimately won the top pick, followed in succession by the Chicago Sky, Tulsa Shock, and Washington Mystics.

Oct. 21, 2012

Indiana defeated the defending champion Minnesota Lynx 3-games-to-1, giving the Fever its first WNBA championship in franchise history. Following Game 4, an 87-78 home win at Indianapolis’ Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indiana forward Tamika Catchings was named MVP of the WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile. Catchings, a three-time Olympic gold medalist and the league’s 2011 MVP, averaged 22.3 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals during the Finals.

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Dec. 13, 2012

Following the league’s Board of Governor’s Meeting, the WNBA announces it will implement new rules regarding flopping and defensive three-seconds, while also extending the three-point line from 20 feet, 6 1/4 inches to 22 feet, 1 3/4 inches, consistent with the distance inherent in all FIBA competitions. The rules will go into effect beginning with the 2013 season.

March 28, 2013

The WNBA and ESPN announce an extension of their partnership for another six years, paving the way for WNBA games to be televised on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 through 2022. The announcement, made by John Skipper, President of ESPN, Inc. and Co-Chairman of the Disney Media Networks, and Laurel J. Richie, WNBA President, extends the WNBA’s television relationship with ESPN to 26 years. With the deal, up to 30 live games will be televised on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 each season, including exclusive telecasts of the WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile.

March 28, 2013

On the same day as the WNBA and ESPN announce an extension of their partnership, the league also introduced a new brand identity. The refreshed identity reflects how far the level of play has come in 16 years as stronger, more agile players have made the game more competitive. The cornerstone of the new WNBA visual identity is a more modern “Logowoman” -- the player silhouette within the logo -- that better embodies the athleticism and diversity of current WNBA players while leveraging the distinctive orange-andoatmeal color scheme of the league’s iconic game ball.

April 15, 2013

For the first time in the WNBA’s 17 seasons, the league’s Draft is televised live in primetime. The 2013 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm takes place for the third straight year at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., this time airing live at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2. One of the most anticipated draft classes in league history is led by the “3 to See” -- Brittney Griner of Baylor, Elena Delle Donne of Delaware, and Notre Dame’s Skylar Diggins. The Phoenix Mercury select Griner with the No. 1 overall pick; the Chicago Sky then take Delle Donne with the No. 2 selection, and the Tulsa Shock claim Diggins third.

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The NBA/WNBA FIT platform is the league’s comprehensive health and wellness program that encourages physical activity and healthy living for children and families. Through programs such as Dribble to Stop Diabetes, Jamba Juice FIT Clinics and Coke Live Positively, the NBA/WNBA informs, engages and educates its fans in healthy living practices.

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The WNBA Breast Health Awareness program focuses on generating awareness and educating women about breast cancer in addition to raising funds for the initiative. This season, WNBA Breast Health Awareness Week will take place from August 18-August 24.

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The WNBA is committed to a long-term environmental plan through the implementation of sustainable business practices and procedures that decrease the league’s carbon footprint and contribute to a clean, healthy environment. The WNBA Green Game will take place during the June 25 game between the Phoenix Mercury and San Antonio Silver Stars

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Created in 2013, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation supports the charitable efforts of the Washington Capitals, Mystics and Wizards. As these teams each fall under the Monumental Sports & Entertainment umbrella, aligning their causes and unifying their giving enables us to have the greatest impact on the community. MSE Foundation is committed to the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and focuses on the following five pillars to maximize its impact on the community: • • • • •

Education and scholarship Hunger and homelessness Military and veterans’ affairs Pediatric health and fitness Youth basketball and hockey

Recognizing the community as our most important asset, MSE Foundation looks forward to continuing to creating programs that are designed to give back to the very community that supports our teams. In 2013 Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, along with the Leonsis Foundation, will donate more than $1.5 million to local charities. Through MSE Foundation we pledge to continue investing our time and resources and serving as a positive influence and contributor in our community, and we hope to inspire others to do the same.

If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, please click the button below. Once you click the button you will be directed to our secure PayPal donations page. For more information on Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, please contact Elizabeth Wodatch, executive director, at ewodatch@monumentalsports.com.

Programs: Family-to-Family: 2012 marked the second-straight year that all three Monumental Sports & Entertainment teams collaborated on the Family-to-Family program, which the Wizards created 16 years ago. The program allows the Caps, Mystics and Wizards to “adopt” families in need who are nominated by local schools and nonprofit organizations. This past holiday season more than 20 families were adopted by the teams’ charities, individual players and staff members. The Family-to-Family program kicked off in November when wives and girlfriends of Wizards and Capitals players and coaches shopped for 82 adults and children adopted through the program. Participants included Bree Anderson, (fiancée of Wizards forward Trevor Ariza), Patrice Cleary, (wife of Wizards strength and conditioning coach Drew Cleary), April Dixon, (girlfriend of Wizards forward Trevor Booker), Lauren Hilario, (wife of Wizards center Nene), Eva Kodouskova, (fiancée of Wizards forward

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WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Jan Vesely), Ilana Nunn Okafor, (wife of Wizards center Emeka Okafor), Joni Sichting, (wife of Wizards assistant coach Jerry Sichting), Courtney Webster, (wife of forward Martell Webster) and Kathy Wittman, (wife of Wizards head coach Randy Wittman) along with Monika Hybnerova, (girlfriend of Capitals goaltender Michal Neuvirth) and Karin Johansson, (wife of Capitals assistant coach Calle Johansson). Clothing, educational items and toys were purchased for the children, while clothing and household items along with grocery gift cards were purchased for the parents and guardians. By the end of the day a full-sized JK Moving Services truck was filled with more than $25,000 in clothing, bikes, toys and presents for the families. All of the adopted families were invited to a holiday party at Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Dec. 16. The children and families in attendance enjoyed an afternoon of refreshments, games and fun with team mascots G-Wiz and Slapshot, the Wizard Girls and Red Rockers, who were all on hand to help spread holiday cheer to the deserving families. The children were able to play basketball, skate on the Capitals ice, interact with Santa and have their faces painted. At the end of the event, the families left with bags overflowing with holiday gifts from the Caps, Wizards and Mystics. To conclude the 2012 Family-to-Family program, Mystics player Matee Ajavon along with Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld, players Bradley Beal, Jordan Crawford, Nene, Chris Singleton, John Wall and Martell Webster, mascot G-Wiz and Wizard Girls delivered presents and spread holiday cheer to five underserved families in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 17. Ajavon, Beal, Crawford, Nene, Singleton, Wall and Webster, along with Grunfeld, G-Wiz and the Wizard Girls, MSE staff members and local media boarded a bus at Verizon Center loaded with gifts for the families. The players spent the afternoon delivering presents to the Curtis, Flores and Short families in northeast Washington and Yates-Glenn and Young families in southeast Washington. The families selected for participation in the 2012 Family-toFamily program were nominated by local schools and nonprofit organizations including The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command, The Women’s Wing Organization, Catholic Charities, Browne Education Campus, Bright Beginnings, Shaw Community and Building Hope. Everybody Wins! DC: During the 2011-12 school year 20 staff members from Monumental Sports & Entertainment (MSE) participated in the Everybody Wins! DC Power Lunch program, a literacy and mentoring program based in select elementary schools in the Washington metropolitan area. The goal of Power Lunch is to encourage children’s interest in reading, expand their opportunities for success and facilitate meaningful volunteer contributions.

Through the Power Lunch program, MSE staff members – including employees from the Washington Capitals, Mystics, Wizards and Verizon Center – were paired with students at Garrison Elementary School in Washington, D.C., and Key Elementary School in Arlington, Va. Each week during the school year, MSE staff members took time out of their day to visit with their mentees, spending time reading and sharing conversation during the lunch hour. The program concluded in May with year-end celebrations with each partner school during which all of the mentors and mentees were recognized for their hard work and dedication to the Power Lunch program. Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington: MSE Foundation and the Washington Mystics have partnered with Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington (BGCGW), providing a $25,000 grant to the D.C.-based nonprofit in 2013. This money will be used to increase participation and promote basketball on a grassroots level in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The MSE Foundation grant will fund scholarships for at-risk and underserved youth, girls’ player clinics, coaching clinics and The Monumental Tournament of Champions, a Boys & Girls Club of Greater Washington organizational-wide basketball tournament. The Mystics also hope to help BGCGW start a girls’ league for the 2013-14 season. Junior Achievement: Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation is proud to serve as a storefront sponsor at Junior Achievement Finance Park in Fairfax, Va., where local students are able to build financial skills for life. Junior Achievement of Greater Washington provides students a real-world perspective of finance – one that is current, practical and easy to understand. Taking more than 15,000 middle school students each year into the world of business, Junior Achievement Finance Park is a monthlong economics education program that introduces participants to personal financial planning and career exploration. The Junior Achievement Finance Park experience begins in the classroom. The four-week classroom curriculum culminates with a day at Junior Achievement Finance Park, where students immerse themselves in a reality-based decision-making process that addresses aspects of individual and family budgeting, including housing, transportation, food, utilities, health care, investments, philanthropy and banking. The on-site activities are designed to allow students the opportunity to put into action what they have learned in the classroom and to understand the basic steps of maintaining a realistic personal budget. Two weeks of classroom follow-up allows students to use their new financial knowledge to explore career options and to set goals for their future. (continued on next page)

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COMMUNITY RELATIONS WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE (continued) MSE Staff Service Projects: During the summer of 2012, Monumental Sports & Entertainment employees participated in three service projects. The Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation partnered on a project with USO-Metro in July, D.C. Central Kitchen in August and Rebuilding Together Arlington/ Fairfax/Falls Church in September. Bullets alumni Bob Dandridge, Jack Marin and Larry Stewart and Capitals Hall-of-Fame alumnus Rod Langway participated alongside Monumental Sports & Entertainment staff members, Wizard Girls, Caps mascot Slapshot and USO-Metro volunteers in an Operation USO Care Package event in July at the USO Warehouse. Dandridge, Marin, Stewart, Langway, the Wizards Girls, Slapshot and MSE employees volunteered with a mix of civilians, active duty military members and military spouses and children to assemble military family care packages that service members who are deploying will send home to their families. In August, Langway joined MSE staff members for morning meal prep at DC Central Kitchen. Throughout the session the Monumental Sports & Entertainment employees transformed 3,000 pounds of leftover food into 5,000 meals for 100 area homeless shelters, transitional homes and nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C. For the National Day of Service and Remembrance on Sept. 11, Dandridge and Langway volunteered with Monumental Sports & Entertainment staff members, Arlington County first responders and volunteers from Rebuilding Together Arlington/Fairfax/Falls Church to prepare Arlington Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Emergency Winter Shelter for its opening day. Volunteers cleaned and painted rooms throughout the building, installed bookshelves in the library and added mirrors and clothes hooks in the bathrooms. They also placed additional shelving and clothes bars to store donated clothing and assembled welcome kits for 100 homeless men and women. Through these MSE Foundation staff service projects, 120 employees volunteered 500 hours of their time to local charities during the summer of 2012.

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Verizon Center is a 20,000-seat multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue, owned and operated by Monumental Sports & Entertainment, in the Penn Quarter neighborhood of Chinatown in downtown Washington, D.C. The arena is home to the NBA’s Washington Wizards, the NHL’s Washington Capitals, the WNBA’s Washington Mystics and the NCAA’s Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team. Boasting an average of 220 events per year, Verizon Center is the heart of a $7 billion redevelopment that began 15 years ago when the arena was envisioned and built by late owner Abe Pollin and his wife, Irene Pollin, after previously building the Capital Centre arena in Landover, Md. Since the Pollin’s realized their vision on Dec. 2, 1997, with the opening of the privately financed arena in downtown Washington, 36.5 million people have attended more than 3,087 events. The surrounding neighborhood throughout the years has been rejuvenated by a plethora of restaurants, condominiums and businesses, making the Seventh Street corridor an entertainment destination. Accrediting the revitalization of the downtown neighborhood to late owner Abe Pollin, and his wife Irene Pollin, for building Verizon Center(formerly known as MCI Center), the District of Columbia renamed the street in front of Verizon Center “Abe Pollin Way” in 2007. In June 2010, Ted Leonsis became the majority owner of Verizon Center and formed Monumental Sports & Entertainment. The newly formed entity includes ownership of the NBA’s Washington Wizards, the NHL’s Washington Capitals, the WNBA’s Washington Mystics and Verizon Center. Monumental Sports & entertainment also manages Kettler Capitals Iceplex and the Patriot Center at George Mason University. As an arena in the heart of downtown Washington, D.C., Verizon Center has hosted a multitude of high-profile events in its history, ranging from the 1998 Stanley Cup Final to the NBA (2001) and WNBA (2002, 2007) All-Star games to the 2003 World Figure Skating Championship, the 2005 ACC Tournament, the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament (1998, 2002, 2008) as well as the second and third rounds (2011), the 2006 East Regional Round and the 2009 NCAA Frozen Four men’s hockey championship. In 2013, the arena will host the East Regional Round of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament for the second time.

Entertainment at the arena would not be complete without concerts and family shows ranging from all-time greats to current-day chart-topping artists. In the 15-year history of the arena some of the artists who have roamed the halls and mastered the stage at Verizon Center include: U2, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Coldplay, The Three Tenors, Barbra Streisand, Bon Jovi, Prince, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Beyonce, the Dalai Lama, Tina Turner, Keith Urban, Jeff Dunham, Christina Aguilera, Disney on Ice and WWE. In terms of history, only two events have taken place each of the past 15 years at Verizon Center, as well as each of the past 38 plus years dating back to the old Capital Centre arena making them the longest tenured events between both buildings: the Harlem Globetrotters (1973) and the Washington International Horse Show (1975). Located within the arena are 106 luxury suites, eight loge boxes, a highdefinition center-hung scoreboard, an indoor basketball practice facility and 10 dressing rooms. The arena offers a variety of concession stands and restaurants with menu choices ranging from pizza at Papa John’s to donuts at Dunkin Donuts. Additional arena fare includes hot dogs, crab cakes, chicken fingers and deli sandwiches. Kosher, vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are also available. Other amenities in the arena include the private Owner’s Club, the private Acela Club restaurant for club members, the Dewar’s 12 Coaches Club, The Player’s Club, The Clubhouse, The Monumental Theatre, The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille, Team Store and VIDA Fitness and Bang Salon.

EXECUTIVE SUITES/PARTY PAVILION A great way to enjoy events at Verizon Center is to entertain some friends and family or business associates in one of the 106 executive suites. The executive suites feature between 12 and 24 seats, a private seating area, refrigerator, a flat screen television and a private restroom. Additional VIP benefits for guests include membership to the Acela Club restaurant, early and late entry to events and access to premium food catering services by Levy Restaurants as they watch more than 220 sporting events and concerts held annually at Verizon Center.

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The Captain Morgan Party Pavilion, overlooking the main floor of the arena, is another exciting option for entertaining up to 99 guests. The party pavilion features a glass-enclosed suite that can be customized for meetings and hospitality purposes and can be rented on an eventby-event basis.

postgame for Wizards home games, the club provides sole access for the 16 owner’s seats full season-ticket holders and Monumental Sports & Entertainment’s ownership group and their guests.

ACELA CLUB RESTAURANT The Acela Club is a sophisticated and energetic restaurant available for club members and their guests offering a five-star Chef’s Table buffet and a full a la carte menu. The restaurant overlooks the court and the ice and combines gourmet dining with world-class service from Levy Restaurants. The Acela Club is also used for private events.

Entertaining can be broken down into a group of 34, 65 or 99 guests in the party pavilion. Premium catering and food service options are also offered by Levy Restaurants.

HIGH-DEFINITION SCOREBOARD AND LINEAR LED BOARDS Debuting during the 2007-2008 season, the high-definition LED scoreboard was the first true indoor high-definition scoreboard of its kind for arenas. The center-hung scoreboard exclusively features the Diamond Vision LED Fascia, corner stat displays and video boards driven by ANC Sports’ patent pending VisionSOFT operating system. Sitting at 14 feet 5 inches high by 25 feet 2 inches wide, the new scoreboard provides the highest clarity of all the action, including video playback, and exhibits more than 68 billion colors. The scoreboard features four 6 millimeter video screens, four 10 millimeter LED video matrixes measuring 5 feet by 25 feet, and two 20 millimeter LED rings. More than 1,000 feet of linear LED boards encompass the upper bowl of the arena, as well as 400 feet of LED boards surrounding the lower bowl of the arena with full motion signage. Four additional LED displays highlight the top corners of the arena offering animation, 3D graphics and advertisements.

DEWAR’S 12 COACHES CLUB Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals, Washington Mystics and Georgetown Hoyas Gold VIP ticket holders can enjoy the Dewar’s 12 Coaches Club before, during and after games. Located on the event floor, this private lounge serves hors d’oeuvres and beverages in the perfect setting.

THE PLAYER’S CLUB

The Washington Wizards and the Washington Mystics have an NBA/ WNBA regulation size practice court inside the arena where all team practices are held. Located on the event level, players have easy access to and from the court. The practice court is also used for special events such as large news conferences and receptions.

Located on the Lexus Suite Level, The Player’s Club is a membersonly club offering a unique blend of seating, fine dining, entertainment and separate meeting spaces. The 5,000 square-foot space features a plush décor with lavish wood finishes inclusive of a full-bar with top-shelf selections, a pool table, private chilled wine coolers, a fireplace, wireless Internet access, private restrooms, premium catering services and leather stadium seating. Membership to the club includes year-round access to the Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals, Washington Mystics and Georgetown Hoyas home games with views overlooking the arena bowl and the National Portrait Gallery located next door to Verizon Center.

LOCKER ROOMS/DRESSING ROOMS

THE CLUBHOUSE

Backstage at Verizon Center are 10 dressing rooms, including the Wizards, Capitals, Mystics and Hoyas team locker rooms and NBA and NHL visitor’s and officials locker rooms. The Wizards and Capitals locker rooms include a training room, steam room, hydrotherapy pool, team lounge and weight room.

The Clubhouse is located just inside Verizon Center’s main lobby on F Street on the second floor. Open an hour before and an hour after events, The Clubhouse offers a relaxing atmosphere for drinks, appetizers and a main course.

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OWNER’S CLUB A premium benefit for VIP owner’s seats full season-ticket holders is the Owner’s Club. The club provides unlimited fine dining and a complimentary fullservice bar in an ultimate setting. Accessible pregame, in-game and

A perfect setting for business meetings throughout the year and special events, the 100-seat Monumental Theatre is located on the fourth level of Verizon Center. The theatre-style room offers a large telescreen display for presentations and a full sound system.

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THE GREENE TURTLE SPORTS BAR & GRILLE Opening their first franchise location outside of the state of Maryland, The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille is the perfect setting to catch a bite to eat and drink before, during or after a game or event at Verizon Center. Based out of Ocean City, Md., The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille offers an appetite for all at an affordable price.

TEAM STORE Team Store, located just inside Verizon Center’s main lobby on F Street, is every patron’s favorite place to shop. The store offers team merchandise for the Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals, Washington Mystics and the Georgetown Hoyas men’s basketball team.

VIDA FITNESS AND BANG SALON Located at the corner of Seventh and F Streets NW, VIDA Fitness is redefining fitness in Washington, D.C. The perfect place to work on your mind, body and spirit to achieve a fuller and more balanced life, VIDA Fitness offers a calming and rejuvenating space that incorporates all of the senses. The 28,000 square foot space brings state-of-theart fitness equipment, group programming in yoga and pilates, mixed martial arts by Team Lloyd Irvin and two endless pools exclusive to the club. Bang Salon/Spa caps off the experience by offering cuts to color, facials to hair removal and a head-to-toe selection of salon and spa services including Japanese soaking tubs.

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ARENA INFORMATION WASHINGTON MYSTICS 2013 MEDIA GUIDE Opening Date: December 2, 1997 Cost: More than $200 million Architects: D.C. Arena Associates: Clark Construction Group, Inc., Sherman R. Smoot Corporation, Ellerbe Becket of Kansas City, KCF-SHG of Washington, D.C. and Devrouax & Purnell of Washington, D.C. Owner: Monumental Sports & Entertainment Seating Capacity: 20,308 – basketball 18,506 - hockey (Concert capacities vary depending on the stage setup.) Club Seats: 2,100 Executive Suites: 106 Loge Boxes: 8 Pouring Rights: PepsiCo Concessionaire: Aramark Premium Seat Caterer: Levy Restaurants Parking: More than 13,000 parking spaces located within two blocks of Verizon Center, including an underground parking garage. Metro: Four Metro stops located within six blocks of the arena: Gallery Place/Chinatown (directly underneath the arena), Navy-Archives, Metro Center and Judiciary Square. Additional Transportation: Two taxicab stands located at the main entrance. MARC and Amtrak trains coming into Washington, D.C.’s Union Station are only two metro stops away from the arena. Size of the Arena: 1,050,000 square feet - equivalent to one city block long and one city block wide. Restrooms: Family restrooms located at sections 113, 212 and 433 in addition to standard restrooms located on each floor. Public Entrances: F Street NW (main entrance) and 7th and G Street NW Press Entrance: 6th and G Street Box Office/Will Call: Located inside the main entrance on F Street NW Guest Services: Located near section 102 on the main concourse, section 200 on the club level and section 401 on the fourth level. Scoreboard: First high-definition scoreboard for an arena measuring 14 feet by 25 feet with four Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision 6 millimeter video screens. The center hung scoreboard also features four 10 millimeter LED video matrixes measuring 5 feet by 25 feet and two 20 millimeter LED rings. The high-definition video screens exhibit more than 68 billion colors. Arena LED Signage: More than 1,000 feet of linear LED boards encompass the upper bowl of the arena and 400 feet of LED boards surround the lower bowl of the arena with full motion signage. Four additional LED displays highlight the top corners of the arena offering animation, 3D graphics and advertisements. Amenities: Owner’s Club, Acela Club, Dewar’s 12 Coaches Club, The Player’s Club, Captain Morgan Party Pavilion, The Clubhouse, Monumental Theatre, VIDA Fitness and Bang Salon/Spa (open 5a.m.-11p.m. Mon-Fri, 7a.m.7p.m. Sat-Sun), The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille (open daily from 11a.m.- 1a.m.), Dunkin Donuts (open daily from 6a.m.- 10p.m.), and the Team Store sporting goods store (open on game days).

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Editors: The Mystics Communications Department Office Scott Hall, Senior Director of Communications Ketsia Colimon, Director of Corporate Communications Daren Jenkins, Senior Coordinator of Communications Graphic Design: Chuck Kacsur Photography: Ned Dishman窶年BA Photography

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