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June 24, 2014 at 12:46 PM

Minnesota Lynx cut former Kentwood star Lindsey Moore

Lynx G Lindsey Moore is guarded by Storm G Temeka Johnson PHOTO: Marilyn Indahl / USA TODAY Sports G Lindsey Moore was cut by Minnesota on Tuesday. Moore was selected in the first round (12th overall) of the 2013 WNBA draft, playing behind Olympic PG Lindsay Whalen in the Lynx rotation. Minnesota coach Cheryl…


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May 20, 2014 at 4:05 PM

Poll: Which local now playing in the WNBA are you excited to see?

Courtney Vandersloot defends Briann January PHOTO: Ron Hoskins/Getty Images Washington’s number of locals in the WNBA is dwindling. Former Kennewick star Leilani Mitchell is dipping into her Australian roots, skipping the 2014 WNBA season in order to make the Opals national team. Without her in New York, there’s just four players in the…


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February 6, 2014 at 2:58 PM

WNBA released its 2014 schedule; Storm tips 15th season on May 16

From the Storm: Seattle Storm Announces 2014 Schedule Home slate features 10 weekend games SEATTLE – The Storm will tip off its 2014 campaign versus Los Angeles at KeyArena on May 16. The 2014 Seattle Storm schedule, announced by the WNBA on Thursday, features three home games against the Sparks and two trips from both the reigning…


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March 27, 2013 at 2:01 PM

Sweet 16: Washington’s remaining ties to March Madness


UPDATE: I mistakenly forgot two locals to follow in the remaining of the WNIT tournament. Junior G Sam Pettinger from Archbishop Murphy HS and sophomore G Clare Conricode from Holy Names HS will lineup for Pacific tonight against Utah.


Washington’s Division I basketball programs dropped out of various postseason tournaments in the swoop of one weekend.

With Washington State already out of contention, Seattle U lost on Thursday in its Women’s National Invitation Tournament opener. On Friday, Eastern Washington dropped a double overtime game at Alaska Airlines Arena against Washington in its WNIT opener. No. 12 seed Gonzaga was up next, losing to No. 5 seed Iowa State on Saturday in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. Lastly, on Sunday, UW couldn’t hang with Big West regular-season champion Pacific in the WNIT second-round.

So what to do before a Sue Bird-Lauren Jackson-less Storm season kicking off in May? Jump on another bandwagon, of course!

The obvious choice is sixth-seeded Nebraska, which has the only real local tie remaining in the Big Dance. Former Kentwood star PG Lindsey Moore, a senior, will lead the Huskers in a tough matchup against No. 2 seed Duke on Sunday at 11:32am (PT) in the Norfolk Region. The Blue Devils had to rally from a 15-point deficit at home against Oklahoma State to advance. The Huskers defeated Texas A&M.


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