On November 11, 2010, the University of Louisville women’s basketball team played its first game at the KFC Yum! Center.
The opening game of the season. Packed house, with 22,124 fans. Angel McCoughtry’s jersey would be retired that night, a season after leading UofL to the national championship game.
The night was also special because it would be Shoni Schimmel’s first ever...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Angel McCoughtry is back for another shot at her first WNBA title.
Five years into her career, she has already cemented her status as one of the league's best players. After the adversity of losing two championship series, McCoughtry is adding improved leadership to her immense array of talents.
It paid off Sunday when McCoughtry powered Atlanta to its third Eastern...
Angel McCoughtry still has it.
One of the winners of the WNBA’s Peak Performer Award, McCoughtry will lead the Atlanta Dream into a best-of-three East Playoffs series Thursday against the Indiana Fever, which captured the WNBA championship last season.
The game will be televised on ESPN2 at 7 p.m.
McCoughtry, the former University of Louisville great, led the...
ATLANTA -- Angel McCoughtry drove the lane, sweeping right toward the basket as she breezed past the defender. She extended her arm out ... but the ball glanced off the rim and she could only watch as it bounced right to and awaiting Mystics player.
It was just that kind of night for the WNBA's most prolific scorer, and by the time she broke out of her funk, it was too late...
Angel McCoughtry scored 16 points, Erika de Souza had 12 points and 14 rebounds, and the Atlanta Dream cruised to a 70-57 victory over the New York Liberty on Friday night.
Tiffany Hayes added 12 points and Alex Bentley had 11 for the Dream (17-13), who moved closer to clinching second place in the Eastern Conference. Atlanta leads Washington, which lost at Connecticut, by three...
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September 06, 2013
Although Angel McCoughtry is one of the WNBA's top scorers, the Atlanta Dream still need others to step up with two other key players out. They hope Alex Bentley can provide that lift moving forward.
The short-handed Dream will try to snap a four-game road skid against Brittney Griner and the Phoenix Mercury on Saturday night.
The Dream (11-5) looked like the class of the league...
ATLANTA -- Angel McCoughtry appreciates how rookie Alex Bentley has helped the Atlanta Dream avoid a dropoff in scoring.
A broken foot will keep Sancho Lyttle out until September, and a knee injury will sideline Tiffany Hayes another two weeks, so the Dream need offensive production from someone other than McCoughtry.
"Alex is really helping our team with Sancho and Tiffany...
ATLANTA The lesson here is quite simple: Don't make Angel McCoughtry angry. You wouldn't want to see her when she's angry.
Obvious Incredible Hulk reference aside, it was a fitting way to describe McCoughtry's mental state on Friday night, as the Dream rolled over the Storm 68-59 at Philips Arena.
In the beginning, things were rather tame between Atlanta and Seattle...
ATLANTA -- Angel McCoughtry had 15 points and a career high-tying 10 assists, and the undefeated Atlanta Dream took control with 12 consecutive points in the third quarter to beat the New York Liberty 75-56 on Friday night.
Sancho Lyttle scored 18 points to lead the Dream (4-0), who are off to their best start since winning their first six games in 2010.
Kara Braxton led the Liberty...
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The Atlanta Dream suspended WNBA scoring leader Angel McCoughtry indefinitely on Tuesday for violating team rules.
Dream spokeswoman Tonya Allene said that new coach and general manager Fred Williams told McCoughtry before a game against Tulsa that she was suspended.
It was unclear if McCoughtry's feuding with former coach-GM Marynell Meadors, who was fired on Monday, played...
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August 28, 2012