In 2015: The Stars suffer from injuries to key players, such as Becky Hammon, Sophia Young-Malcolm and Kayla McBride. They finish with an 8-26 record, the worst in the league. They draft Dearica Hamby, a forward from Wake Forest, with the sixth overall pick in the WNBA Draft
In 2016: The Stars continue to struggle, finishing with a 7-27 record, tied for the worst in the league. They draft Moriah Jefferson, a guard from Connecticut, with the second overall pick in the WNBA Draft. They also acquire Astou Ndour, a center from Spain, in a trade with Chicago
The coach of San Antonio Stars in 2017 was Vickie Johnson, a former WNBA player and assistant coach for the Stars. She was hired as the head coach on December 22, 2016, replacing Dan Hughes who retired after the 2016 season 12. Johnson was assisted by Latricia Trammell and Joi Williams, who joined the coaching staff in 2017
This is the second move for the franchise, which came to San Antonio from Utah in 2003. Without specifying the potential Las Vegas buyer, Spurs Sports & Entertainment sent out a message to fans on Twitter, offering its “deepest gratitude” to team employees and fans while saying the organization and the WNBA have been in negotiations with a buyer to ...
History of the Stars
The San Antonio Stars are a professional women's basketball team based in San Antonio, Texas. They play in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Western Conference. The team was founded in 2003 as part of the WNBA expansion into new markets. Since then, they have become one of the most successful teams in league history, winning two conference titles and five playoff appearances.
The Stars have featured some great players throughout their time, including former MVPs Becky Hammon and Sophia Young-Malcolm and perennial All-Stars Danielle Robinson and Kayla McBride. In addition to these stars, many other talented players have helped make up this successful franchise over its 16-year existence, such as Ruth Riley and Jia Perkins, among others. This core group has led them to success both on the court with their wins but also off the court with increased fan engagement due to their star power presence at games or through marketing campaigns like “We Are SA,” which brought more attention from casual fans around South Texas area that were not aware of WNBA before now know it better thanks for efforts from the organization itself plus help from local media outlets to covering stories related with this sport even further than just game results alone!
With all these accomplishments under their belt already, it is clear that despite being relatively young compared to other franchises within the league -San Antonio Stars still managed to achieve much success during a short period since joining the competition back 2003 season so far; here hoping same level excellence will continue future years ahead keep the spirit alive amongst passionate fanbase city has built support its beloved home team no matter what happens next!
Salt Lake City – San Antonio – Las Vegas
1997 – Present / Women’s National Basketball Association
2018 – Present / Las Vegas Aces
2014 – 2017 / San Antonio Stars
2002 – 2013 / San Antonio Silver Stars
1997 – 2002 / Utah Starzz
Stars – The San Antonio Stars are a professional Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) basketball team. The team was founded in 2003 and has been playing ever since. But what do you know about the origin of their nickname?
Regarding sports teams, nicknames often have an interesting backstory that can be traced back to a city or region's rich history. That is true for the San Antonio Stars, whose name pays homage to Texas' proud military heritage. The name “Stars” was chosen as a tribute to those who served and sacrificed for our country during times of war and peace—especially those from Texas who fought valiantly during World War II's Battle of the Bulge at Bastogne in Belgium.
In addition, there is another reason why this WNBA franchise chose such an appropriate moniker: its location within San Antonio itself! This vibrant city features five distinct missions—San Jose y Santiago de la Purisima Concepcion de Acuna, Espada Aqueduct Mission Trail Park, Conception del Oro State Historic Site & Preserve Mission Trail Park – all with star-shaped emblems that represent each mission's unique identity within Southwestern culture and tradition. It only made sense then that when it came time for naming rights on this new WNBA franchise based out of San Antonio, they decided upon "Stars" as their official mascot!
So if you're looking for some insight into why your favorite women’s basketball team calls themselves by such an inspiring name - look no further than these two reasons: honoring America's brave men & women who serve our great nation every day; plus recognizing how much importance each mission symbolizes throughout Southwestern culture here in beautiful downtown San Antonio!
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2018 – Present / Mandalay Bay Events Center
2003 – 2017 / AT&T Center
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1997 – 2002 / Delta Center
2018 – Present / MGM Resorts International
2003 – 2017 / Peter Holt
1997 – 2002 / Larry H. Miller
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