The Connecticut Sun game against the Tulsa Shock on July 2nd, originally scheduled for 8 p.m., has been moved back to a 7 p.m. tipoff. The game will no longer be broadcast on ESPN2, which will now televise Seattle at Chicago.
On Tuesday, Sun head coach Anne Donovan joined Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell, Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly and Boston College football coach Steve Addazio for the Positive Coaching Alliance’s “Coffee With The Coaches,” at Fenway Park’s EMC Club. Find out more.
Allison Hightower's 17 points were not enough as the Sun dropped Sunday afternoon's contest to the visiting Storm 78-66. Tina Charles finished with 15 points and six rebounds while Kara Lawson added 11. Connecticut has several days off before hosting Atlanta next Sunday. Game Info | Box Score
The Connecticut Sun announced today that it has signed Iziane Castro Marques and waived Natasha Lacy. The Sun also signed Sydney Carter as a replacement player under the emergency hardship clause. Get the details.
In conjunction with WNBA Cares Week, the Connecticut Sun reached out to the community on May 23rd, serving dinner at the New London Community Meal Center. The food was donated by Mohegan Sun, and the catering staff was on hand to prepare it for the players, who fed roughly 200 visitors.
The entire team was on hand, including the coaching staff, to hand out a wide variety of food. People received turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, assorted fruits and vegetables. The meal was topped off with various deserts, including pies and cookies. People were also provided with water and assorted sodas, all courtesy of Mohegan Sun.