The Washington Mystics took a Flyer in the first round of the WNBA Draft. Selecting Dayton's Ally Malott wasn't a random choice, but one four years in the making.
In an effort to promote active lifestyles, Michelle Obama has requested that people share five things they do to stay healthy using the hashtag #GimmeFive.
For the second straight season, the Washington Mystics are expecting to be without a key player because the player is expecting a baby.
Point guard Ivory Latta, an All-Star in her two seasons with the Mystics, signed a contract extension with Washington, head coach and general manager Mike Thibault announced on Tuesday.