WNBA Milestone Tracker

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Milestone Highlights of 2010
  • Tina Charles Double-Doubles Overall in a Season
  • Tina Charles Rebounds in a Single Season
  • Tangela Smith WNBA Career Games Played
  • Tina Thompson Points Record
  • Tina Charles Double-Doubles in a Single Season by a Rookie
  • Cappie Pondexter WNBA 3,000 Points
  • Tamika Catchings' 700 Career Steals
  • Lauren Jackson's Honors
  • Seattle Storm Record

    Milestones Highlights During the 2010 Season


    Tina Charles Double-Doubles Overall in a Season
    Double-Doubles Double-Doubles Needed to Tie Date Accomplished
    22 Tied 19 on 8-10 against the Mystics
    (Natalie Williams, 2000)
    Reached 20 on 8-15 vs. Fever


    Tina Charles Rebounds in a Single Season
    Total Rebounds Date Accomplished
    398 Surpassed 363 on 8-15 against the Fever
    (Cheryl Ford, 2006)


    Tangela Smith WNBA Career Games Played
    Total Games Games Needed to Tie Date Accomplished
    415 Tied record on 8-10 against the Sky
    (Vickie Johnson)
    Reached 411 on 8-13 against the Fever


    Tina Thompson Points Record
    Career Points Previous Record Date Accomplished
    6,393 6, 263
    (L.Leslie)
    8-8 against the San Antonio Silver Stars


    Tina Charles Double-Doubles in a Single Season by a Rookie
    2010 Double-Doubles Double-Doubles Needed to Tie Double-Doubles Needed to Surpass
    22 Tied total of 17 on 8-3 against Minnesota
    (Parker, 2008 and Griffith, 1999)
    Reached 18 on 8-8 against Washington


    Cappie Pondexter WNBA 3,000 Points
    Career Games Age (years and days) Date Accomplished
    154 27 years, 205 days
    8-1 against the Connecticut Sun

    On Sunday 8/1 vs. Connecticut Cappie Pondexter surpassed the 3,000 point mark for her career and became the second fastest WNBA player to accomplish the feat in terms of games, having done so in her 154th game (behind only Taurasi, 151 games). At 27 years, 206 days old today as of Aug. 1, she also became the third youngest player in WNBA history to reach the mark (behind the Seattle Storm’s Lauren Jackson, who reached the plateau in 2006 at 25 years and 27 days, and Taurasi, who did so in 2008 at 26 years and 28 days).

    Tamika Catchings' Career Steals
    Career Games Total Career Steals Active Leader (total steals)
    280 708
    Ticha Penicheiro (727)

    On Tuesday 8/3 vs. NYL, Tamika Catchings registered the 700th steal of her career and became just the second player in WNBA history to achieve this milestone. The L.A. Sparks' Ticha Penicheiro reached 700+ steals earlier this season. Catchings's first assist of the night was the 1,000th of her career and made her the first player in WNBA history with 1,000 assists and 2,000 rebounds in a career.

    Lauren Jackson's Honors
    Player of the Month Player of the Week
    3 times: May | June | July 5 times: 5/24 | 6/7 | 6/28 | 7/6 | 7/19

    Lauren Jackson, already named Western Conference Player of the Month in both May and June, won the award for the month of July -- the third consecutive month she has won it. In addition, Jackson has been named Player of the Week five times thus far in 2010, which ties her own mark for the most Player of the Week awards in a single season. She owns the WNBA career record for Player of the Week honors with 19.

    2010 Seattle Storm chasing the 1998 Houston Comets
    Current Record Need for best record before third loss in WNBA history Need for best season in WNBA history Dates
    22-3 3 wins and no losses, to match Comets at 25-2,
    4 wins and no losses to break mark
    9 wins and 0 losses to finish 31-3 (.910), to surpass Comets record 27-3 (.900)
    To break mark: Ruled out following loss to Lynx on 8-1
    To surpass mark: Ruled out following loss to Shock on 8-3

    Seattle Storm's record-pushing run during the 2010 season
    -Through 15 games: 13-2
    -Through 20 games: 18-2
    -Through 25 games: 23-2

    Seattle (with 8 games remaining) is still undefeated at home. All four losses have come on the road (Chicago, Indiana, Minnesota, Tulsa). Four games remain at home – the undefeated home streak is still alive and they would become the first team to go undefeated at home during a season. The Storm were also undefeated during the month of July.

    With the 12th win, the Storm secured the No. 1 overall seed in the Western Conference and home-court advantage through two playoff rounds. (If the Storm were to post the overall best record in the league this year, it would mark the first time in franchise history that they entered the post-season as the No. 1 seed).

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