Jillian graduated from Fresno State with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She worked as the on-camera personality for Fresno State's "Dog Vision" and the Sports Information Director for the women's equestrian team. She now resides in West Hollywood working toward her Masters degree in Strategic Public Relations at the University of Southern California.
Los Angeles had the chance to close the series and win the title; however, they could not contain Maya Moore — who went off for the Lynx.
There have been questions about LA as of late, but one thing is for sure, their bench has some "power" to it.
Monday night the USA team took on the US Select team in Los Angles during the Olympic Tour, as they prepare for the Rio Olympics.
Team USA only have a few days to prepare for the Olympics and from the experienced players to the newbies, the mindset is win the Gold!
From the jump it looked like the LA Sparks were going to roll over the Indiana Fever. But a veteran in Tamika Catchings and rookie Tiffany Mitchell, fought back to the end.
The LA Sparks have been hot this season. Tiffany Hayes and the Atlanta Dream tried their best to stop the Sparks but Nneka Ogwumike had other plans.
Candace Parker was always harped on by Pat Summitt to rebound. Tonight, she had her best rebounding performance of the season on a very emotional night.
The LA Sparks and the Minnesota Lynx went back-and-forth until the very end of the game. Unfortunately, only one team could come out on top in this battle.
The Los Angeles Sparks welcomed the Chicago Sky in their early week match-up. One player that continues to be on fire for the Sparks: Nneka Ogwumike.