Courtney Vandersloot Becomes First WNBA Player to Record 50 Assists Across Four Consecutive Games

Yet another headline to add to Courtney Vandersloot’s record breaking season.

On Tuesday night, Vandersloot became the first WNBA player to dish out 50 assists across four consecutive games. The last player to get close to that number was the second all-time WNBA assist leader, Ticha Penicheiro, with 46. 

July 20 vs Dallas Wings: 15 Assists
July 22 vs Los Angeles Sparks: 10 Assists
July 25 vs Phoenix Mercury: 11 Assists
July 31 vs Dallas Wings: 14 Assists
After last night’s win in Dallas Cheyenne Parker said, “I have the best point guard in the league. So, she just knows how to find the open man, and I just happened to be the open man a lot tonight. And she got me the ball.”

Courtney also recorded a double-double in the record breaking performance. She has six double-doubles on the season, four of which happened in consecutive games. In those four games, Vandersloot averaged 12.5 assists and 14.3 points per game. She leads the league in assists per game averaging 8.5 this season and is 16 assists away from sitting in the tenth spot on the WNBA all-time assist leader chart.  

Earlier in the season, Vandersloot recorded the seventh triple-double in WNBA history, the first in Chicago’s franchise history by banking 13 points, 10 rebounds, and a career-high 15 assists. 

The Sky will be back home on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. CST against the Minnesota Lynx at Wintrust Arena. Tickets, starting as low as $13, are still available by calling 866.SKY.WNBA or by visiting