CARDS, BERGER IN SUNDAY ACTION
All five of the UofL WBB stars and Sacred Heart's Grace Berger (IU) were in action in WNBA contests Sunday.
Although none of the six started for their respective teams, they all did see action except fot Dixon.
WASHINGTON MYSTICS 77 -- CHICAGO SKY 69
Washington jumped out to a 10-point first quarter lead over Chicago, built it to 16 by halftime and held on for the eight-point win. Dana Evans saw 22 minutes for the Sky (5-7) and had three points, three assists and a rebound. For the Mystics, Myshia Hines-Allen saw 13 minutes totaled four points and had a rebound for the 7-4 Mystics
ATLANTA DREAM 100 -- INDIANA FEVER 94
Atlanta also got out to an early successful start against their foe Sunday -- the homestanding Indiana Fever -- and held on in a wild fourth quarter where 63 points were scored. A.D. put in 15 minutes for the (5-5) Dream and contributed seven points and an assist. The Fever drops to 4-7. Grace Berger played six minutes for Indy and gave them two points and a rebound.
LAS VEGAS ACES 93 -- MINNESOTA LYNX 62
The Aces held the Lynx to just 21 second half points in the blowout win on the road. Las Vegas goes to 10-1 with the victory. Emily Engstler played 10 minutes off the bench and had four rebounds and two points. Minnesota drops to 3-8 with the loss.
CONNECTICUT SUN 83 -- LA SPARKS 74
The Sun shone brightly in the 4th quarter and took the quarter and game by 11 points. No record of playing time in this one for Liz Dixon. It looks like Beth Burns drove across town to catch this one, though. Connecticut improves to 9-3 on the season and Los Angeles squad drops to 5-6.
Have a hopeful Monday!