ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Dream made long-term commitments to their management team by giving coach Tanisha Wright and general manager Dan Padover five-year contract extensions on Tuesday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Becky Hammon was named WNBA Coach of the Year on Friday after she led the Las Vegas Aces to the top of the league in her first year.
Hammon guided the Aces to a 26-10 record and the No.
NEW YORK (AP) — Tiffany Hayes made the most of her first game of the season, providing the spark in overtime to lift the Atlanta Dream over the New York Liberty.
Hayes, who missed the first 19 games with a right knee injury, scored nine of her 21 points in OT to give the Dream a 92-81 victory over the Liberty on Thursday night.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Atlanta Dream traded up two spots to get the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft so they could get the player they feel can help turn around the franchise, which has struggled the last few seasons.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Dream have announced the hiring of Dan Padover as general manager and executive vice president of basketball operations, with former interim head coach Darius Taylor taking over as assistant GM.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Dream hired longtime WNBA player Tanisha Wright as its new head coach on Tuesday, looking to bring stability to a team that struggled under two interim coaches this past season.
Active players from the NFL and WNBA are among the WPIAL Hall of Fame class set for induction Saturday at a ceremony in Green Tree.
Arizona Cardinals lineman A.Q. Shipley of Moon and Minnesota Lynx guard Tanisha Wright of West Mifflin are among the eight athletes in a class that also includes three coaches (Tom Nola, Chuck DeVenzio, Phil Bridenbaugh), a game official (Anthony Notaro), a former WPIAL president (Patrick Ratesic) and the 1989 Sto-Rox softball team.