Forwards Alysha Clark, Chay Shegog and Cierra Bravard will compete for spots on the WNBA team.
Three players have been added to the training-camp roster for the Storm.
Forward Alysha Clark will return after appearing in 23 games last summer. She spent the WNBA offseason playing for Ramat HaSharon in Israel.
Forwards Chay Shegog and Cierra Bravard will also compete for slots in Seattle’s post rotation. The Storm is thin at post because three-time MVP Lauren Jackson (injury) and Ann Wauters (family issues) will not return.
The Storm opens its season May 26 at Los Angeles. The home opener is against Phoenix June 2 at KeyArena.
- Live updates from May Day in Seattle: Anti-capitalist protesters clash with police
- Good news about coconut oil, melatonin and turmeric
- 9 arrested, 5 officers hurt as May Day anti-capitalist march turns violent
- Visitors trash Washington island, so officials shut it down for good
- From best picks to the puzzlers, reviewing the Seahawks’ draft selections
Most Read Stories
• Seattle Pacific (23-3) climbed one spot to No. 3 in the NCAA Division II men’s coaches poll. Western Washington (26-1) is No. 2, behind West Liberty (30-1) of West Virginia.
• SPU’s Katie Benson and Western’s Corinn Waltrip and Britt Harris were first-team selections on the All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference women’s team.
• Saint Martin’s University fired men’s coach Keith Cooper. He was 116-158 in 10 seasons.
• Mike Downs, who won 493 games and two state titles as boys coach at Bellevue Christian, announced his resignation.
Jayce Ray had three hits and Will Sparks belted a two-run homer as Washington beat Seattle University 4-2 at Husky Ballpark. Ray went 3 for 4 and Sparks 2 for 3 for the Huskies (4-8). Grant Newton hit an RBI double for the Redhawks (3-10).
Washington’s women’s team finished second, 11 shots behind Stanford, in the 14-team Juli Inkster Invitational in San Jose, Calif. UW freshman Charlotte Thompson tied for fifth at 5-over 221 for 54 holes.
Cal freshman Josh Prenot won the 400-yard individual medley in a meet-record 3 minutes, 41.82 seconds, helping the Bears extend their lead in the Pac-12 men’s championships at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. Cal (583 points) leads Stanford (520) in the eight-team meet. The meet concludes Wednesday.
Washington (14-5) will play Ohio (11-3) at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Husky Softball Stadium in a late addition to the schedule.
From sports-information reports.