Glory Johnson’s 27 Points Lifts Wings Over the Mystics

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Glory Johnson had a stellar performance this afternoon lifting the Wings over the Mystics on the road 87-83.

Johnson led the way recording 27 points, a new season high. In the third quarter, Johnson scored 17 unanswered points to pull the Wings within four. The 17 points is the most points scored in a quarter by any player.

Throughout most of the game, the Wings were down, until Johnson along with Theresa Plaisance and Skylar Diggins-Smith turned it up in the second half.

In the fourth quarter, Plaisance and Diggins-Smith combined for a total of 15 points, to give the Wings the edge in the final minutes of play, scoring a pair of 3-point shots each.

Overall the team dished a high a season of 18 assists, shooting 41.2% from the field.

The Wings will head home to face the San Antonio Stars on camp day at 12 p.m. noon on Wednesday, June 21. Fans can purchase their tickets now by calling 817.469.9464 or by visiting