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Former Rebel Armintie Price-Herrington In WNBA Finals

Photo Courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics
Photo Courtesy of Ole Miss Athletics

Price And The Atlanta Dream Will Play The Minnesota Lynx

OXFORD, Miss. – Former Ole Miss women’s basketball player and assistant coach, Armintie Price-Herrington and her Atlanta Dream team are headed to the WNBA Finals after a series sweep of 2012 WNBA Champion, Indiana on Sunday (Sept. 29).

Price-Herrington will be making her third trip to the WNBA Finals as the Dream have reached the Finals for the third time in the last four seasons. Price-Herrington played a key role in getting the Dream back to the Finals. In game one of the series, Price-Herrington tallied 16 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals in the 84-79 win. She followed that with nine points and nine rebounds in the series finale.

The Dream open the WNBA Finals on Sunday (Oct. 6) when they travel to Minnesota for the first game in the best-of-five series. Fans can get up-to-date information at the Atlanta Dream website.

For all Ole Miss women’s basketball news and information, go to OleMissSports.com, and follow the Rebels on Twitter at @OleMissWBB and on Facebook at Ole Miss Women’s Basketball. Fans can also follow Ole Miss women’s basketball head coach Matt Insell on Twitter at @minsell.

September 30, 2013 Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations

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