1999 Utah Starzz season

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1999 Utah Starzz season
Head Coach Frank Williams
Arena Delta Center
Attendance 7,544 per game
Results
Record 15–17
(.469)
Place 6th (Western)
Playoff Finish Did Not Qualify
Utah Starzz seasons
< 1998 2000 >

The 1999 WNBA season was the 3rd for the Utah Starzz. The Starzz finished last in the West, despite improving to a 15-17 mark.

Offseason[edit]

WNBA Draft[edit]

Round Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
1 3 Natalie Williams (C)  United States UCLA (from Portland Power, ABL)
2 15 Debbie Black (G)  United States St. Joseph's (from Colorado Xplosion, ABL)
3 27 Adrienne Goodson (F)  United States Old Dominion (from Chicago Condors, ABL)
4 39 Dalma Ivanyi (G)  Hungary Florida International

Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Western Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
Houston Comets x 26 6 .813 16–4
Los Angeles Sparks x 20 12 .625 12–8 6.0
Sacramento Monarchs x 19 13 .594 9–11 7.0
Phoenix Mercury o 15 17 .469 7–13 11.0
Minnesota Lynx o 15 17 .469 8–12 11.0
Utah Starzz o 15 17 .469 8–12 11.0

Season schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Score Result Record

Player stats[edit]

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Natalie Williams 28 257 25 38 22 504
Adrienne Goodson 32 138 87 27 8 476
Margo Dydek 32 204 59 13 77 403
LaTonya Johnson 31 54 50 21 8 203
Elena Baranova 29 98 45 20 23 173
Wendy Palmer 20 83 30 3 8 167
Debbie Black 32 111 161 77 6 163
Korie Hlede 11 30 28 8 1 131
Krystyna Lara 25 13 23 10 2 62
Cindy Brown 9 33 10 9 2 34
Chantel Tremitiere 20 19 22 6 0 21
Dalma Ivanyi 14 5 7 4 0 11
Olympia Scott 4 8 2 1 0 9
Michelle Campbell 8 6 2 0 0 8
Tricia Bader Binford 7 2 1 3 1 2

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