Elizabeth Williams

New mural of Brittney Griner and other wrongful detainees has Washington Mystics’ fingerprints on it

By Jenn Hatfield / July 23, 2022

The Mystics’ Elizabeth Williams and Natasha Cloud helped put the mural up, and several members of the New York Liberty attended the unveiling in Washington

Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart leans back with the ball high above her head as she begins to shoot a fadeaway jumper, while New York Liberty big Natasha Howard leans toward her with an arm outstretched to try to block the shot.

The Next’s 2022 WNBA midseason awards

By Em Adler / July 11, 2022

Stewart, Wilson in tight MVP race; Howard leads ROY pack

Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart controls the ball as she dribbles around Minnesota Lynx combo forward Jessica Shepard

EuroLeague offseason updates: Breanna Stewart and Emma Meesseman sign with Fenerbahçe

By Antonio Losada / July 2, 2022

After losing in the EuroLeague final last season, it looks like title or bust for Fenerbahçe in 2022-23

Chamique Holdsclaw flashes a peace sign to the crowd as she is inducted into the Washington Mystics Hall of Fame on June 19, 2022. Fellow inductees Murriel Page and Vicky Bullett are visible in the background.

Past, present and future collide as the Mystics celebrate their Hall of Famers

By Jenn Hatfield / June 21, 2022

‘It means a lot to know you’re not forgotten’

Washington Mystics center/forward Elizabeth Williams (1) blocks the shot of Connecticut Sun forward Alyssa Thomas (25) during a game at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, on May 28, 2022.

‘Backcourt bouncer’ Elizabeth Williams’ defense raises the Washington Mystics’ ceiling

By Jenn Hatfield / June 2, 2022

The Indiana Fever will be seeing Williams in their nightmares after she had six blocks and 15 rebounds on Tuesday

Atlanta Dream guard/forward Rhyne Howard is shown playing against the Washington Mystics on a television at As You Are, an official bar partner of the Mystics, in Washington, DC, on May 20, 2022. (Photo credit: Jenn Hatfield)

Experiencing a Washington Mystics win from their official bar partner As You Are

By Jenn Hatfield / May 21, 2022

The first-place Mystics showed on Friday night that ‘as they are’ is plenty good enough

Dallas Wings off-ball guard Arike Ogunbowale does a hang dribble while surveying the court

Daily Briefing — May 20, 2022: Dallas drops a Phoenix team dealing with drama

By Em Adler / May 20, 2022

Minnesota showing more signs of life

2022 WNBA season preview: Washington Mystics

By Jenn Hatfield / May 4, 2022

Elena Delle Donne and the Mystics have ‘razzle dazzle,’ depth and championship dreams

EuroLeague 2022 year in review: Part I

By Antonio Losada / April 23, 2022

Which WNBA imports performed the best in the 2022 EuroLeague season?

EuroLeague Final Four: Upset, unexpected comeback set up Sunday’s final

By Antonio Losada / April 9, 2022

All the favorites advanced to the EuroLeague Women Final Four, and the two semifinal games did not disappoint