Fifteen-year-old Azzi Fudd of St. John’s has stood out during her first season, and is a perfect fit for an increasingly positionless sport.

Compared to other professional sports leagues' histories, the WNBA is right on track.

The WNBA and Olympics star tells her story in a Players' Tribune essay.

Other WNBA news

Carli Lloyd posts goodbye to the Dash after 3-team trade

Carli Lloyd wrote a letter of thanks to the Houston Dash in the wake of a three-team trade in the National Women’s Soccer League that sent her to Sky Blue FC.

Thursday’s Sports in Brief


Wednesday’s Sports in Brief


Rebekkah Brunson, a Washington native and Georgetown alum, is the first player to win five WNBA titles.

The best Mystics season in 15 years ends with a three-game sweep in the WNBA semifinals, but a talented core gives plenty of reason for optimism.

The 81-70 loss in WNBA semifinals shows the team just how far it has to go.

The Washington Mystics acknowledge their opponents’ vast experience as they try to avoid a sweep in the semifinals.

The move, should Game 4 vs. the Lynx be necessary, would mean every team left in the WNBA playoff field has been bumped from its home arena.

After being overpowered by top-seeded Minnesota, Washington prepares for Game 2 embracing its underdog status.

Taking a spin around the sports dial.

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Point guard has taken a vocal role for a Washington team that is finally healthy.

Former Maryland Terrapin gets hot and leads Washington to 82-68 win over the New York Liberty in Madison Square Garden.

“I love it here,” the star says of the team she has lifted into the second round of the WNBA playoffs.

Washington star scores game-high 25 points to lead team to second round of playoffs for the first time since 2002.

Washington didn’t expect to play in the first round, but it will be nearly at full strength against the Wings.

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