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1999 Utah Starzz season

1999 Utah Starzz season
Head Coach Frank Williams
Arena Delta Center
Attendance 7,544 per game
Results
Record 15–17
(.469)
Place 6th (Western)
Playoff Finish Did Not Qualify
Utah Starzz seasons
< 1998 2000 >

The 1999 WNBA season was the 3rd for the Utah Starzz. The Starzz finished last in the West, despite improving to a 15-17 mark.

Offseason

WNBA Draft

Round Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team
1 3 Natalie Williams (C)  United States UCLA (from Portland Power, ABL)
2 15 Debbie Black (G)  United States St. Joseph's (from Colorado Xplosion, ABL)
3 27 Adrienne Goodson (F)  United States Old Dominion (from Chicago Condors, ABL)
4 39 Dalma Ivanyi (G)  Hungary Florida International

Regular season

Season standings

Western Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
Houston Comets x 26 6 .813 16–4
Los Angeles Sparks x 20 12 .625 12–8 6.0
Sacramento Monarchs x 19 13 .594 9–11 7.0
Phoenix Mercury o 15 17 .469 7–13 11.0
Minnesota Lynx o 15 17 .469 8–12 11.0
Utah Starzz o 15 17 .469 8–12 11.0

Season schedule

Date Opponent Score Result Record

Player stats

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Natalie Williams 28 257 25 38 22 504
Adrienne Goodson 32 138 87 27 8 476
Margo Dydek 32 204 59 13 77 403
LaTonya Johnson 31 54 50 21 8 203
Elena Baranova 29 98 45 20 23 173
Wendy Palmer 20 83 30 3 8 167
Debbie Black 32 111 161 77 6 163
Korie Hlede 11 30 28 8 1 131
Krystyna Lara 25 13 23 10 2 62
Cindy Brown 9 33 10 9 2 34
Chantel Tremitiere 20 19 22 6 0 21
Dalma Ivanyi 14 5 7 4 0 11
Olympia Scott 4 8 2 1 0 9
Michelle Campbell 8 6 2 0 0 8
Tricia Bader Binford 7 2 1 3 1 2
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References

External links

  • Starzz on Basketball Reference
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