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Emma Meesseman's Bio

About Emma Meesseman

Career Honors:

  • Named to the 2015 All-Star Team as a reserve
  • Scored her 1,000th career point against the Atlanta Dream on June 5, 2016
  • Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played June 6-12, 2016

 

Professional:  Has appeared in 202 career  games (150 starts) over seven seasons with Washington…Has career averages of 11.3 points and 5.3 rebounds in 25.6 minutes per game…Was named to the 2015 All-Star as a re­serve…Scored her 1,000th career point against the Atlanta Dream on June 5, 2016…Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played June 6-12, 2016…Was named the 2019 WNBA Finals MVP, becoming the first reserve player in WNBA history to be named Finals MVP.

 

2020: Started in 20 games in the shortened 2020 season…Averaged 13.0 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game…Missed two games due to a shoulder sprain…Recorded her first point-assist double-double of her career on 8/19 vs. Atlanta, finishing with 12 points and 10 assists…Also notched two point-rebound double-doubles…Tallied 16 games with at least 10 points, and had a season-high 24 points against Las Vegas on 8/5…Led the Mystics in scoring four times, rebounds six times and assists six times.

 

2019: Posted averages of 13.1 points, 4.2 rebounds and a career-high 3.2 assists per game last season while shooting .552 from the field and .422 from three-point range in 23 games (six starts)…Reached double-figures in all but five games for the Mystics…Was second on the team in field goal percentage (55.2%) and points per game (13.1)…Ranked third on the team in three-point percentage (42.2%)…defensive rebounds (3.0), assists (3.2) and blocks (0.7)…Grabbed a season-best 10 rebounds on 9/6 vs. Dallas…Totaled one double-double on the season  (9/6 vs. Dallas)…Missed 11 games during the season to play for the Belgium National Team.

 

2017: Started in 21 of 23 games played…was third on the team in minutes per game (28.4)…was second on the team in points per game (14.1)…scored 10+ points in 11 games and 20+ points in four games…scored a career high 30 points against Atlanta on 7/30 which also resulted in her only double-double of the season (10 rebounds)…was third on the team in rebounds per game (5.7)…dished out 2.8 assists per game, including a career high seven assists in two games…was first on the team in blocks per game (1.5)…averaged .482 from the field and .870 from the free throw line.

 

2016: Started in all 34 games for the third consecutive season…second on team in both minutes per game (29.3) and points per game (15.2), career high averages…led team in rebounds per game (5.6)…led team in points in 17 games…led team in rebounds in 11 games…posted five double-doubles this season…scored in double figures in all but four games…scored 10+ points in 23 games and 20+ points in seven games…tied her career high in points with 24 against Los Angeles on 7/10…scored in double figures for 25 consecutive games…averaged .533 shooting from the field.

 

2015: Was the only player for the second consecutive season to start in all 34 games… ranked second on the team in scoring with 11.6 points per game…first on team in rebounds, averaging 6.3 per game…blocked 1.4 shots per game…posted three double-doubles…shot .556 from the field…posted 17 10+ point games and five 20+ point games, including a career high 24-point performance against Tulsa on 6/19…led team in scoring in 10 games…led team in rebounds in 14 games.

 

2014: The only Mystics player to start in all 34 games…second on the team and fourth amongst sophomores in scoring, averaging 10.1 points per game…played 27.4 minutes per game, third amongst sophomores…pulled down 6.4 rebounds per game, first on the team and second amongst sophomores…dished out a career high six assists in a victory over the Stars on June 24… collected a career high five steals in a win over the Chicago Sky on June 13…posted her second consecutive double-double of the season in a win over Connecticut on June 27, scoring a career high 22 points and tying her career high with 13 rebounds in back-to-back contests…posted five double-doubles, second amongst sophomores…led team in scoring and in rebounds in eight contests…scored 10+ points in 15 games.

 

2013: Played in all 34 games for the Mystics this season, starting in one…averaged 14.7 minutes per game…grabbed 3.1 rebounds per game, including a career-high of six boards on three occasions…scored 4.4 points per game…scored in double figures in three games…posted a career high 12 points on two occasions.

 

Personal: Meesseman is a 6-4 center from Belgium. In 2011, she was named FIBA’s Europe Young Women’s Player of the Year.

 

Career Transactions: Selected by the Washington Mystics with the 19th pick in the second round of the 2013 WNBA Draft

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