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The Washington Mystics have announced their training camp roster to kick off the 2019 season, beginning with a media day on May 6 at the Entertainment & Sports Arena at the St. Elizabeth's training facility in SE Washington, D.C.

Notable veterans such as Natasha Cloud, Elena Delle Donne and Kristi Toliver will be in attendance, along with Mystics' first-round pick Kiara Leslie from North Carolina State.

2019 Mystics Training Camp Roster

24 AJ Alix G 5'6 R FLORIDA STATE  
7 Ariel Atkins G 5'11 1 TEXAS  
11 Natasha Cloud G 6'0 4 ST. JOSEPH'S (PA)  
15 G'mrice Davis F-C 6'3 R FORDHAM  
11 Elena Delle Donne F-G 6'5 6 DELAWARE  
3 Sam Fuehring F 6'3 R LOUISVILLE  
21 Tianna Hawkins F 6'3 5 MARYLAND/USA  
2 Myisha Hines-Allen F 6'2 1 LOUISVILLE  
5 Kiara Leslie G 6'0 R NC STATE  
33 Emma Meesseman F 6'4 5 ESB VILLENUEVE-D'ASCQ  
6 Kim Mestdagh+ G 5'11 R COLORADO STATE  
4 Maci Morris G 5'10 R KENTUCKY  
1 Shey Peddy G 5'10 R TEMPLE  
23 Aerial Powers F-G 6'0 3 MICHIGAN STATE  
30 LaToya Sanders+ F-C 6'3 6 NORTH CAROLINA/USA  
20 Kristi Toliver G 5'6 10 MARYLAND/USA  
32 Shatori Walker-Kimbrough+ G 5'11 2 MARYLAND  

+Will miss training camp due to overseas commitments.


In positive news for the team, Emma Meesseman, who missed the 2018 season because of her commitment to the Belgium National Team, is back. Meesseman was third on the team in minutes and second in scoring in the 2017 season, where she started 21 of 23 games played.

Three players won't be returning to the roster for 2019. Guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt signed with the LA Sparks, forward Monique Currie retired, and center Krystal Thomas was not re-signed.

Tickets for the 2019 season are live and up for sale, with a single-game ticket starting as low as $12. More ticketing information can be found on WNBA.com