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Chicago Sky center Stefanie Dolson says she has COVID-19

In this July 22, 2017 file photo, Chicago Sky's Stefanie Dolson raises her hands in the second half of the WNBA All-Star basketball game in Seattle. Dolson says she tested positive for the cororavirus. She is the first known Chicago professional athlete and the second WNBA player known to have contracted COVID-19. Dolson announced that she caught the virus in a video that aired Friday, April 17, 2020 during ESPN's broadcast of the WNBA draft.

Associated Press

April 19, 2020

Chicago Sky center Stefanie Dolson announced that she tested positive for the coronavirus, making her the first known Chicago professional athlete to contract COVID-19. Dolson said in a video that aired Friday night during ESPN’s broadcast of the WNBA draft that she and her “whole family” tested...

Former DePaul women’s basketball players carving out their own path in the WNBA

Former DePaul women's basketball player Jessica January signed a training camp contract with the Indiana Fever on March 19.

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor

April 5, 2020

When James Wade was an assistant coach for the San Antonio Silver Stars, a team in the WNBA, he spotted a special player during a watch game — Allie Quigley. But the timing just wasn’t right.  “She was playing on my watch team in San Antonio and my wife [was] telling me how good she was,” ...

Chicago Sky draft Coleman

Amarah Coleman goes to the rim in the Big East title game. 
Charles Rex arbogast | AP

Shane Rene, Sports Editor

April 16, 2018

DePaul women’s basketball head coach Doug Bruno sent his 11th player to the WNBA Thursday night, but she won’t be straying far from home. The Chicago Sky used the 28th overall pick to select Blue Demon guard Amarah Coleman in the third round of the 2018 WNBA draft. The Bolingbrook native will joi...

Former Blue Demon Allie Quigley hits her stride in WNBA

Chicago Sky guard and former Blue Demon Allie Quigley celebrates after she scored a basket. (AP Photo)

Matthew Paras

September 15, 2014

After a season with the Chicago Sky in 2013, Sky head coach Pokey Chatman hoped the Sky could retain former Blue Demon Allie Quigley. Chatman was worried another team would lure her in free agency. “You’ve got to understand when I was in Europe, I was watching her every year,” Chatman said....

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