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2000 Utah Starzz season

2000 Utah Starzz season
Head Coach Fred Williams
Arena Delta Center
Attendance 6,417 per game
Results
Record 18–14
(.563)
Place 5th (Western)
Playoff Finish Did Not Qualify
Utah Starzz seasons
< 1999 2001 >

The 2000 WNBA season was the 4th season for the Utah Starzz. The team finally finished the season with a winning record, but fell short for the WNBA Playoffs, falling two games back to the Phoenix Mercury.

Offseason

Debbie Black was selected by the Miami Sol, while Chantel Tremitiere was picked by the Indiana Fever in the 2000 WNBA Expansion Draft.

WNBA Draft

Round Pick Player Nationality College/School/Team
1 12 Naomi Mulitauaopele (C)  United States Stanford
3 35 Stacy Frese (G)  United States Iowa State
4 51 Kristen Rasmussen (F)  United States Michigan State

Regular season

Season standings

Western Conference W L PCT Conf. GB
Los Angeles Sparks x 28 4 .875 17–4
Houston Comets x 27 5 .844 17–4 1.0
Sacramento Monarchs x 21 11 .656 13–8 7.0
Phoenix Mercury x 20 12 .625 11–10 8.0
Utah Starzz o 18 14 .563 13–8 10.0
Minnesota Lynx o 15 17 .469 5–16 13.0
Portland Fire o 10 22 .313 4–17 18.0
Seattle Storm o 6 26 .188 4–17 22.0

Season schedule

Date Opponent Score Result Record
May 31 @ Los Angeles 62-69 Loss 0-1
June 1 Minnesota 83-74 Win 1-1
June 3 @ New York 76-87 Loss 1-2
June 6 Phoenix 76-61 Win 2-2
June 8 @ Portland 81-72 Win 3-2
June 10 Houston 71-73 Loss 3-3
June 12 @ Houston 85-107 Loss 3-4
June 13 Orlando 80-88 Loss 3-5
June 15 Charlotte 96-68 Win 4-5
June 17 Washington 70-67 Win 5-5
June 18 @ Seattle 56-53 Win 6-5
June 20 Seattle 66-63 Win 7-5
June 22 @ Minnesota 64-86 Loss 7-6
June 23 Houston 66-83 Loss 7-7
June 26 Sacramento 89-80 Win 8-7
June 30 @ Sacramento 62-85 Loss 8-8
July 1 @ Seattle 81-60 Win 9-8
July 7 Detroit 69-73 Loss 9-9
July 9 @ Los Angeles 72-92 Loss 9-10
July 12 Portland 76-67 Win 10-10
July 14 Phoenix 87-84 Win 11-10
July 15 @ Sacramento 75-69 Win 12-10
July 19 @ Phoenix 76-86 Loss 12-11
July 21 @ Miami 65-76 Loss 12-12
July 23 @ Orlando 69-66 Win 13-12
July 26 Cleveland 84-77 Win 14-12
July 29 Indiana 79-71 Win 15-12
August 2 @ Minnesota 72-62 Win 16-12
August 3 @ Cleveland 71-74 Loss 16-13
August 5 @ Charlotte 82-84 Loss 16-14
August 7 Portland 83-73 Win 17-14
August 9 Los Angeles 89-77 Win 18-14

Player stats

Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS
Natalie Williams 29 336 51 35 18 543
Adrienne Goodson 29 164 69 41 7 498
Korie Hlede 31 93 92 38 4 312
Margo Dydek 32 175 51 18 96 294
LaTonya Johnson 29 52 26 12 2 144
Jennifer Azzi 15 41 92 12 5 144
Kate Starbird 29 33 30 13 11 117
Naomi Mulitauaopele 22 34 6 4 6 99
Dalma Ivanyi 27 54 63 25 3 93
Amy Herrig 25 59 20 7 5 91
Stacy Frese 21 18 17 4 0 62
Katryna Gaither 9 17 4 4 0 14
Kym Hope 3 2 0 0 0 2
Kristen Rasmussen 1 2 1 1 0 0
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