Former Maryland women’s basketball guard Shatori Walker-Kimbrough officially inked a deal with the Washington Mystics to play with the team for the rest of the 2021 season, the Mystics announced Wednesday.
Walker-Kimbrough previously played with the Mystics on two consecutive seven-day contracts and she clearly impressed enough to warrant another deal. In her four appearances for the Mystics, she averaged 6.5 points per contest on 55% shooting from the floor. Three of those four appearances came as starts.
The Pennsylvania native has been in the WNBA since 2017 and she played for the Mystics for three seasons from 2017-19.
Walker-Kimbrough was a force to be reckoned when she was on Maryland from 2013-17. In her junior and senior seasons as a Terp, she scored 19.5 and 18.8 points per game, respectively.
In other news
Former Maryland men’s basketball star Jalen Smith made the All-Summer League First Team.
Stix makes the All-Summer League First Team:— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) August 18, 2021
12.5 RPG (No. 1)
Stock up pic.twitter.com/hwa9PNb09Y
Former Maryland baseball player Kevin Smith was called up to the Major League level by the Toronto Blue Jays.
CP TO THE SHOW!— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) August 18, 2021
Big shout to @KJS_4
Fourth player from @TerpsBaseball's record setting 2015 team to reach the bigs. pic.twitter.com/lyu7iCcSkq
Los Angeles Rams running back and former Terp Jake Funk was mic’d up.
NFL: The National Funk League @jakefunk34 Mic’d up! (via @RamsNFL) pic.twitter.com/t2dNB8f2P3— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) August 18, 2021