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Minnesota Lynx Sign Guards Moriah Jefferson and Evina Westbrook, Reshuffle Hardship Contracts

The Minnesota Lynx welcomed two new faces to Mayo Clinic Square on Friday morning when the team signed guards Moriah Jefferson and Evina Westbrook to rest-of-the-season contracts. The UCONN alumnae will assume the roster spots created by the departures of a pair of veterans, forward Angel McCoughtry and guard Odyssey Sims, who were each waived upon mutual separation agreements on Thursday.
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Lynx Sign Moriah Jefferson and Evina Westbrook

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Lynx today announced the team has signed guards Moriah Jefferson and Evina Westbrook. In addition, the team has re-signed forward Nikolina Milić, center Hannah Sjerven and guard Yvonne Turner to hardship contracts. Per team policy, terms of the deals were not released. Jefferson,...
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Former UConn guards Evina Westbrook and Moriah Jefferson sign contracts with Minnesota Lynx

Former UConn guards Evina Westbrook and Moriah Jefferson signed contracts with the Minnesota Lynx on Friday. The franchise announced on Thursday that Westbrook had signed a hardship exception. Her deal was reportedly restructured to a full-season contract and she will now be with the Lynx for the rest of the season, according to ESPN’s Alexa Philippou. There are now three Huskies on the ...
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Wings waive Dallas-native Moriah Jefferson one game into 2022 season

The Dallas Wings waived guard Moriah Jefferson on Monday, the team announced. “We would like to thank Moriah for her time in Dallas and appreciate all her efforts on the court and in the community,” said Wings president and CEO Greg Bibb in a statement. “She is a consummate...
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Spelling bee champ Zaila Avant-garde finally gets to meet her basketball idol, UConn alum and Dallas Wings guard Moriah Jefferson

Zaila Avant-garde has had a whirlwind summer, bursting into the national spotlight by winning the Scripps National Spelling Bee on July 8, becoming the first Black American to do so. Sunday was yet another special moment for the 14-year-old rising star as she attended the Dallas Wings’ home matchup against the Connecticut Sun — her first WNBA game — and met her basketball idol, Wings guard and ...
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Former UConn star Moriah Jefferson looking to reassert herself after series of injuries

Moriah Jefferson has never quite fulfilled her potential because of a series of injuries, but she’s hoping that changes this summer. “I’m going extremely hard, working out constantly every day, just trying to get better every day,” Jefferson, the former UConn standout, said last week. “It’s not easy, but I know God has a plan for me so I’m going to keep following that plan as long as I can.”
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