The Seattle Times Seattle's starters from left, Breanna Stewart, Jewell Loyd, Alysha Clark, Sue Bird and Natasha Howard take the court as the Seattle Storm take on the Washington Mystics at KeyArena in Seattle, Sunday, July 8, 2018. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times).
Q13 FOX She'll be joined on the U.S. roster by Seattle Storm teammates Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd. The trio helped the Storm win the WNBA championship last week sweeping the Washington Mystics. “It helps to have a sweep,” U.S. coach Dawn Staley said.
“It's amazing to be able to share success with a city like this,” said league and Finals MVP Breanna Stewart. “I've done it at UConn and we've always been embraced in the state of Connecticut. But now to do it here in Seattle, such a sports city, it's ... ---
Hartford Courant After years of work and planning and back-to-back No. 1 draft picks, the franchise had found a way to bring the trophy back to Seattle. And for Stewart, the second of those No.1 picks, there was one person above all others that she wanted to share the ... -
The Seattle Times While a recurring theme Friday among Storm players was how this WNBA title was a total team effort, there's absolutely no doubt Stewart is emerging as a prominent voice of not just the Storm, but the league. Her national profile is growing rapidly. -
The Seattle Times After missing two free throws in the final seconds of a 75-73 victory Sunday, Breanna Stewart thanked teammates — particularly Sue Bird — for bailing her out in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals with a clutch defensive stop. But in reality, they should be ...
ESPN As she piles up the accolades, Stewart's age might be the most astonishing thing about her. As the youngest Finals MVP in WNBA history, Seattle's superstar forward is primed to own the league for years to come. The Storm have made the playoffs in each ...