2000: The Inaugural Season
The Seattle Storm commences its first training camp at the Sonics & Storm Training Facility, now The Furtado Center.
The Storm loses to the Sacramento Monarchs, 76-60, at ARCO Arena in the franchise’s inaugural regular season game. Katrina Hibbert scores the franchise’s first field goal.
In the first WNBA regular season game at KeyArena, the Storm loses to the three-time defending champion Houston Comets, 77-47. The Storm also introduces its mascot, Doppler.
After starting the season 0-4, the Storm captures its first-ever victory with a 67-62 win over the Charlotte Sting at the Charlotte Coliseum.
The Storm record its first-ever win at KeyArena with a dramatic 69-59 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Sparks.
Robin Threatt scores a team-record 24 points in Seattle’s 67-60 victory over the Minnesota Lynx at the Target Center.
The Storm finishes the season with a 6-26 record after a 79-46 loss to Sacramento at ARCO Arena. 142,594 Seattle fans saw the Storm in action in its first season.