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Augustus leads Lynx to 2-0 edge after beating Atlanta in WNBA Finals


Seimone Augustus (courtesy of LSU athletics)

LSU product Seimone Augustus scored 36 points to fuel Minnesota’s second-half surge, and the Lynx moved to within one game of their first WNBA championship by beating the Atlanta Dream 101-95 in Game 2 of the league finals in Minneapolis.

Game 3 is set for Friday (tonight) in Atlanta.

Jessica Adair scored 13 points in 18 minutes for the Lynx.

Angel McCoughtry poured in 38 points for the Dream.


Info courtesy of WNBA & Minnesota Lynx

2nd ranked UConn wins non-conference tilt over #14 Oklahoma

Maya Moore (file photo)

The Connecticut women’s basketball team improved their record to 25-1 with an 86-45 blow out of Oklahoma (18-7) in a non-conference game.

Maya Moore scored 27 points to become the Big East’s career scoring leader.

Moore passed Angel McCoughtry, who scored 2,779 points for the Louisville Cardinals from 2006-2009.

Moore needed 11 points at the start of the game and broke the record on a scoop shot with 7:52 remaining in the first half of play.

compiled from Connecticut athletics news

United States women wins world basketball title

(file photo)

Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings and Diana Taurasi, got redemption Sunday in the women’s basketball championships.

The Americans beat the Czech Republic, 89-69 in the title game of the world basketball championship.

This was a sweet victory for Bird, Catchings and Diana Taurasi, who were members of the United States team that finished in third place in the world championships in 2006.

Angel McCoughtry scored 18 points, Taurasi chipped added 16 and Bird scored 11 points for the U.S., who now have won the world championship eight times.

compiled from staff, wire, WNBA & United States Basketball news

United States women’s basketball led to victory by second team players

Lindsay Whalen and the rest of her second unit teammates sparked the Americans to a win in the second round of the women’s basketball world championships.

Whalen scored 16 points and Angel McCoughtry chipped in 11 to lead the United States to an 87-46 rout of Canada.

Lindsay Whalen Minnesota Lynx (WNBA)

The U.S. will face Belarus on Tuesday.

For the second game in a row, the Americans got off to a slow start. Canada jumped out to an 11-5 lead, and head coach Geno Auriemma went with his bench. The second unit caused Canada to commit four straight turnovers on the way to a 12-0 run.

Overall, the United States forced 32 turnovers in the game.

compiled from staff & U.S. Basketball

WNBA FINALS: Seattle Storm 87 Atlanta Dream 84; 3-game sweep by Storm

Swin Cash scored 18 Points to lead a balanced Seattle offense, which held on despite 35 points by Atlanta’s top scorer Angel McCoughtry netting 35.

Seattle's Swin Cash (WNBA)

Atlanta's Angel McCoughtry (WNBA)

The Seattle Storm completed its undefeated march through the postseason, beating the Atlanta Dream 87-84 for a three-game sweep in the WNBA Finals.

Seattle won every one of its seven postseason games for its second WNBA  championship. The Storm also won the 2004 title.

compiled from staff & WNBA news