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2005 Washington Mystics season Head Coach Richie Adubato Arena MCI Center Attendance 10,088 per game Results Record 16–18 (.471) Place 5th (Eastern) Playoff Finish Did Not Qualify Washington Mystics seasons < 2004 2006 > The 2005 WNBA season was the 8th for the Washington Mystics. The Mystics gave it their all, but they fell short for the playoffs, losing a tiebreaker to the Detroit Shock. Contents 1 Offseason 1.1 WNBA Draft 2 Regular season 2.1 Season standings 2.2 Season schedule 3 Player stats 4 Awards and honors 5 References 6 External links // Offseason WNBA Draft Round Pick Player Nationality School/Club Team 1 6 Temeka Johnson (G)  United States LSU 2 19 Erica Taylor (G)  United States Louisiana Tech 3 32 Tashia Morehead (F)  United States Florida Regular season Season standings Eastern Conference W L PCT Conf. GB Connecticut Sun x 26 8 .765 13–7 – Indiana Fever x 21 13 .618 14–6 5.0 New York Liberty x 18 16 .529 9–11 8.0 Detroit Shock x 16 18 .471 11–9 10.0 Washington Mystics o 16 18 .471 9–11 10.0 Charlotte Sting o 6 28 .176 4–16 20.0 Season schedule Date Opponent Score Result Record May 21 @ Charlotte 60-42 Win 1-0 May 22 Connecticut 67-69 Loss 1-1 May 26 Los Angeles 75-84 Loss 1-2 June 1 New York 68-77 Loss 1-3 June 3 Minnesota 74-71 Win 2-3 June 5 @ New York 58-61 Loss 2-4 June 7 @ San Antonio 62-71 Loss 2-5 June 10 Seattle 64-52 Win 3-5 June 11 @ Minnesota 60-78 Loss 3-6 June 18 Indiana 88-78 (2OT) Win 4-6 June 21 Phoenix 77-56 Win 5-6 June 24 @ Detroit 69-55 Win 6-6 June 26 Sacramento 57-62 Loss 6-7 June 28 @ Charlotte 66-61 (OT) Win 7-7 June 30 Charlotte 65-50 Win 8-7 July 7 Detroit 62-76 Loss 8-8 July 13 @ Seattle 78-71 Win 9-8 July 15 @ Phoenix 66-77 Loss 9-9 July 16 @ Sacramento 59-73 Loss 9-10 July 19 @ Los Angeles 74-68 Win 10-10 July 21 @ Houston 70-65 Win 11-10 July 26 Houston 65-83 Loss 11-11 July 28 San Antonio 73-58 Win 12-11 July 29 @ Indiana 58-62 Loss 12-12 August 2 Charlotte 65-63 Win 13-12 August 7 Indiana 61-60 Win 14-12 August 11 Connecticut 65-80 Loss 14-13 August 14 @ Connecticut 77-80 Loss 14-14 August 16 @ New York 66-72 Loss 14-15 August 18 @ Indiana 57-67 Loss 14-16 August 21 @ Detroit 52-66 Loss 14-17 August 23 New York 82-69 (OT) Win 15-17 August 26 @ Connecticut 47-81 Loss 15-18 August 27 Detroit 76-67 Win 16-18 Player stats Player GP REB AST STL BLK PTS Alana Beard 30 130 90 45 9 422 Chasity Melvin 34 199 25 31 14 397 DeLisha Milton-Jones 33 172 58 57 18 394 Temeka Johnson 34 104 177 44 1 315 Charlotte Smith 34 128 71 22 11 246 Coco Miller 34 59 44 26 3 153 Laurie Koehn 30 11 10 2 0 113 Murriel Page 34 83 25 15 9 108 Nakia Sanford 27 45 6 10 11 88 Kaayla Chones 12 6 1 1 0 14 Tamicha Jackson 8 6 10 5 0 9 Kiesha Brown 2 0 0 2 0 2 Mactabene Amachree 3 0 0 0 0 2 [1] Awards and honors Temeka Johnson, WNBA Rookie of the Year Award References ^ http://www.basketball-reference.com/wnba/teams/WAS/2005.html External links Mystics on Basketball Reference v · d · eWashington Mystics Founded in 1998 • Based in Washington, D.C. The Franchise Franchise • Most recent season Arenas Verizon Center Head Coaches Jim Lewis • Cathy Parson • Nancy Darsch • Darrell Walker • Tom Maher • Marianne Stanley • Michael Adams • Richie Adubato • Tree Rollins • Jessie Kenlaw • Julie Plank • Trudi Lacey Administration Owner: Washington Sports and Entertainment • Lincoln Holdings General Manager: Melissa McFerrin • Judy Holland-Burton • Linda Hargrove • Angela Taylor • Trudi Lacey All-Stars Alana Beard • Monique Currie • Stacey Dales • Lindsey Harding • Chamique Holdsclaw • Crystal Langhorne • Nikki McCray • Delisha Milton-Jones Seasons 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 Playoff Appearances 2000 • 2002 • 2004 • 2006 • 2009 • 2010 Conference Titles None WNBA Titles None Rivals Chicago Sky • Connecticut Sun • Detroit Shock • Indiana Fever Media TV: Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic • Radio: WWRC (Money 1260) • Announcers: Frank Hanrahan, Christy Winters Scott v · d · e2005 WNBA season by team Draft • All-Star Game • Playoffs • Finals Eastern Charlotte Sting Connecticut Sun Detroit Shock Indiana Fever New York Liberty Washington Mystics Western Houston Comets Los Angeles Sparks Minnesota Lynx Phoenix Mercury Sacramento Monarchs San Antonio Silver Stars Seattle Storm ←  2004 • WNBA season • 2006  →