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March 23, 2002 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Put a basketball in the hands of Stacey Dales and give her a three-on-two fastbreak to lead. Then sit back and watch. The lean, 6-foot blond with pale blue eyes becomes a flash of lightning, bolting her way down the center of the court, glancing at streaking teammates on the wings, gauging who has the best chance to finish off the play. Her pass may bounce through traffic. Or be whipped on a 45-degree angle. It may be lofted toward the rim.
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June 9, 2006 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
This is not what Stacey Dales envisioned when the former star guard for the Washington Mystics decided to end a one-year retirement and join the first-year Chicago Sky of the WNBA. Seven games. Six losses. Her contribution: an average of 4.1 points, 1.4 assists, 14 minutes. Even in her rookie season, 2002, she averaged 9.8 points, 2.6 assists and 26 minutes. She expected the Sky, which faces the Sparks tonight, to struggle in its maiden season.
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June 9, 2006 | Mike Terry, Times Staff Writer
This is not what Stacey Dales envisioned when the former star guard for the Washington Mystics decided to end a one-year retirement and join the first-year Chicago Sky of the WNBA. Seven games. Six losses. Her contribution: an average of 4.1 points, 1.4 assists, 14 minutes. Even in her rookie season, 2002, she averaged 9.8 points, 2.6 assists and 26 minutes. She expected the Sky, which faces the Sparks tonight, to struggle in its maiden season.
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March 23, 2002 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Put a basketball in the hands of Stacey Dales and give her a three-on-two fastbreak to lead. Then sit back and watch. The lean, 6-foot blond with pale blue eyes becomes a flash of lightning, bolting her way down the center of the court, glancing at streaking teammates on the wings, gauging who has the best chance to finish off the play. Her pass may bounce through traffic. Or be whipped on a 45-degree angle. It may be lofted toward the rim.
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May 24, 2003 | From Associated Press
Chamique Holdsclaw set a WNBA record with 24 rebounds to lead the Washington Mystics to a 74-70 season-opening victory over the Charlotte Sting on Friday night in front of 11,910. Holdsclaw also had 22 points and Stacey Dales Schuman had 20. The previous rebounding record was 21, held by four players. The last to do it was Lisa Leslie of the Sparks in a victory over Orlando last July 22.
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August 18, 2002 | Associated Press
The Washington Mystics, who didn't have a winning record in their first five WNBA seasons, will be playing for the Eastern Conference championship. Coco Miller, the WNBA's most improved player, scored 21 points Saturday to lead the Mystics to a 62-59 victory over Charlotte to complete a two-game sweep in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Washington, which went 10-22 last season, will play the winner of the Indiana-New York series for a spot in the WNBA Finals.
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July 25, 2003 | From Associated Press
Forward Tamika Catchings scored 29 points to lead the visiting Indiana Fever to an 80-75 victory over the Washington Mystics on Thursday night in front of 13,849, despite Chamique Holdsclaw's 34 points, a career high. Stacey Dales-Schuman, who scored 19 points, pulled the Mystics as close as 78-75 with a three-point basket with 26 seconds left.
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March 13, 2002 | From Staff Reports
Connecticut's undefeated women's basketball team had all five of its starters honored as All-Americans by the Associated Press on Tuesday, including sophomore guard Diana Taurasi, a former Chino Don Lugo High standout. Taurasi, who averaged 14.4 points and 5.2 assists for the 33-0 Huskies, made the second team. Point guard Sue Bird received the most votes from a nationwide media panel and was Connecticut's only first-team selection.
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March 1, 2001 | Associated Press
Stacey Dales scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Wednesday night as seventh-ranked Oklahoma, 24-4 overall and 15-1 in the Big 12, finished the regular season with its 15th consecutive victory--a 65-54 decision over Texas (19-11, 7-9) at Austin, Texas. Jia Perkins scored 21 points to lead No. 14 Texas Tech (22-5, 13-3) to a 68-60 victory over No. 10 Iowa State (22-5, 12-4) at Lubbock, Texas, in a game that determined second place in the Big 12. . . .
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June 27, 2002 | Mike Terry
vs. Washington, 7:30 Site--Staples Center. Radio--KPLS (830). Records--Sparks 10-1, Mystics 10-2. Record vs. Mystics (2001)--1-0. Update--Some would consider this meeting a potential preview of the WNBA Finals, although both Los Angeles and Washington have far to go to reach that goal. Even so, the teams lead their respective conferences and have the two best records in the WNBA.
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February 6, 2002 | Associated Press
No. 4 Oklahoma 69, Baylor 60--Stacey Dales had 26 points and LaNeishea Caufield added 18 at Norman, Okla., as the Sooners' backcourt tandem combined to score the final 18 points for their 18th consecutive home victory. The Sooners improved to 19-2 and 9-1 in the Big 12. Baylor, led by Danielle Crockrom's 17 points, fell to 18-4, 6-4. No. 11 Kansas State 79, Missouri 61--Nicole Ohlde scored 26 points as the Wildcats (21-2, 9-2 Big 12) shot 62.3% at Columbia, Mo.
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