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Jayda Evans (JaydaEvans)

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Jayda Evans: Womens Hoops Blog

Jayda Evans covers college and pro women's basketball. While its her first year on the Washington beat, she has covered the Storm since its inception. She'll offer observations, critiques, occasional off-beat tales and answers to select e-mail inquires. Evans also has written a book on the Storm and women's hoops, called "Game On!"

Tanisha Wright bobblehead part of Storm ticket deals
The coolest part of the Storm's new season-ticket sales launch isn't mentioned in the release. The first 2,000 to renew get a Tanisha Wright bobblehead doll, the "Decade of Defense" edition. Smart of the Storm to tie her bobblehead to this ticket prom...[Read on]
Storm will sign Waltiea Rolle to second seven-day contract
Storm coach Brian Agler, who's also the team's general manager, said he intends to sign rookie C Waltiea Rolle to a second seven-day contract. Rolle signed her first deal with the Storm on July 21. Under the new collective-bargaining agreement, three is t...[Read on]
Jayda Evans Mailbag: Why didn't Storm guard Noelle Quinn play?
One sign a season is spiraling downward is sudden changes in lineups and rotation patterns. Storm coach Brian Agler did that Tuesday in a matchup against Phoenix at KeyArena. He swapped F Alysha Clark for F Shekinna Stricklen in the starting lineup, the l...[Read on]
Eastern Washington ranks second in Division I academic honor roll
Eastern Washington coach Wendy Schuller's team was named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's academic honor roll on Thursday. The WBCA Academic Top 25 annually recognizes all NCAA divisions and junior/community colleges for the highest GPAs a...[Read on]
WNBA president Laurel Richie's transcript from All-Star weekend
From the WNBA:     TRANSCRIPT FROM WNBA PRESIDENT LAUREL J. RICHIE   WNBA PRESIDENT LAUREL J. RICHIE:   Good afternoon everyone from what is turning out to be a very, very warm Phoenix day, and that's somehow fitting for the 20...[Read on]
WNBA president Laurel Richie's transcript from All-Star weekend
From the WNBA:     TRANSCRIPT FROM WNBA PRESIDENT LAUREL J. RICHIE   WNBA PRESIDENT LAUREL J. RICHIE:   Good afternoon everyone from what is turning out to be a very, very warm Phoenix day, and that's somehow fitting for the 20...[Read on]
Poll: Which game played in Seattle would you most want a ticket for?
The Storm won it's 2004 WNBA championship at KeyArena before a sold-out crowd of 17,072 for Games 2 and 3 against Connecticut. Most in the crowd were walk-ups, the facility holding 9,686 for regular-season games. The place roared for every dazzling Betty ...[Read on]
Storm guard Sue Bird headed to eighth WNBA All-Star game
Thanks to a nod Wednesday from WNBA president Laurel Richie, Storm PG Sue Bird will travel to the desert to participate in the league’s All-Star game. Bird, a 13-year veteran, was Richie’s injury replacement selection for Minnesota G Seimone A...[Read on]
Storm plans championship night; Russell Wilson a women's soccer fan
Storm games are no different than funerals, nail salons and youth soccer games when it comes to spotting Seahawks Super Bowl championship gear. It's become a fun game to see how long it takes to spot a shirt, jersey or hoodie wherever you are these days. ...[Read on]
Replay: Storm star Camille Little scores career-high 31 points
Storm F Camille Little scored a career-high 31 points in a win against Minnesota on Friday. She's the fifth player in team history to reach the mark. C Lauren Jackson has scored 30-points or more 27 times in her 12-year Storm career. PG Sue Bird has scor...[Read on]