1998 Washington Mystics season

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1998 Washington Mystics season
Head Coach Jim Lewis and Cathy Parson
Arena MCI Center
Attendance 15,910 per game
Results
Record 3–27
(.100)
Place 5th (Eastern)
Playoff Finish Did not qualify
Washington Mystics seasons
< 1997 1999 >

The 1998 WNBA season was the first for the Washington Mystics.

Offseason[edit]

WNBA Draft[edit]

  • First Round, Murriel Page, 3rd Pick Overall
  • Second Round, Rita Williams, 13th Pick Overall
  • Third Round, Angela Hamblin, 23rd Pick Overall
  • Fourth Round, Angela Jackson, 33rd Pick Overall

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Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Eastern Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
Cleveland Rockers x 20 10 .667 12–4
Charlotte Sting x 18 12 .600 11–5 2.0
New York Liberty o 18 12 .600 8–8 2.0
Detroit Shock o 17 13 .567 8–8 3.0
Washington Mystics o 3 27 .100 1–15 17.0

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record
June 11 @ Charlotte 57-83 Loss 0-1
June 13 @ Utah 77-78 Loss 0-2
June 15 @ Phoenix 54-69 Loss 0-3
June 19 Utah 85-76 Win 1-3
June 21 Detroit 57-70 Loss 1-4
June 25 @ Detroit 71-79 Loss 1-5
June 28 Phoenix 69-86 Loss 1-6
June 29 @ Houston 48-73 Loss 1-7
July 1 Cleveland 80-92 Loss 1-8
July 3 @ New York 60-76 Loss 1-9
July 5 New York 61-62 Loss 1-10
July 8 @ Cleveland 65-77 Loss 1-11
July 11 Detroit 78-53 Win 2-11
July 13 @ Houston 67-81 Loss 2-12
July 17 @ Charlotte 56-86 Loss 2-13
July 19 Utah 88-99 Loss 2-14
July 21 Charlotte 67-84 Loss 2-15
July 22 @ Detroit 61-76 Loss 2-16
July 26 Sacramento 65-79 Loss 2-17
July 29 Los Angeles 68-77 Loss 2-18
August 1 New York 53-67 Loss 2-19
August 3 @ Los Angeles 72-86 Loss 2-20
August 4 @ Phoenix 59-88 Loss 2-21
August 7 @ Sacramento 55-76 Loss 2-22
August 9 Los Angeles 76-74 Win 3-22
August 12 Cleveland 55-75 Loss 3-23
August 13 @ New York 45-88 Loss 3-24
August 15 @ Cleveland 71-90 Loss 3-25
August 17 Houston 65-110 Loss 3-26
August 19 Charlotte 69-105 Loss 3-27

Player Stats[edit]

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Player GP MIN FG REB AST STL BLK PTS
Nikki McCray 29 969 191 85 90 43 2 512
Muriel Page 30 249
Penny Moore 29 238
Heidi Burge 30 201

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Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]