San Francisco Chronicle

WNBA’s Sun end on 14-game win streak


Natisha Hiedeman scored 16 points off the bench, Brionna Jones had a double-double and the host Connecticu­t Sun closed out the WNBA season with a 14-game winning streak, topping the Atlanta Dream 84-64.

The regular-season champion Sun (26-6) will play in the semifinals against the lowest remaining seed. The Dream (8-24) did not make the playoffs.

Elsewhere, Kelsey Plum scored 23 points, Jackie Young scored on a putback with 4.3 seconds left and Ji-Su Park blocked a final shot as the Las Vegas Aces defeated the host Phoenix Mercury 84-83 . ... Arike Ogunbowale scored 20 points and the host Dallas Wings closed the season with an 87-84 win over Los Angeles, which kept the Sparks out of the playoffs, giving the No. 8 seed to the New York Liberty . ... Aerial Powers scored 27 points and the visiting Minnesota Lynx made four free throws in the final 30 seconds to knock the Washington Mystics out of playoff contention with an 83-77 win . ... Diamond DeShields scored a season-high 30 points and Chicago pulled away as the Sky beat the Indiana Fever 98-87.

MLS: FC Dallas fired coach Luchi Gonzalez and replaced him on an interim basis with Marco Ferruzzi, the club's director of soccer operations.

In Sunday's highlights, Kacper Przybylko had two goals and an assist to help the host Philadelph­ia Union beat Orlando City 3-1. ... Romell Quioto scored in the 60th minute, James Pantemis made four saves and Montreal blanked the visiting Chicago Fire 2-0 . ... George Fochive scored the go-ahead goal on a header in the 68th minute and the host Portland Timbers beat Los Angeles FC 2-1 . ... Brian White scored as the Vancouver Whitecaps tied the host Colorado Rapids 1-1.

College soccer: The No. 10 Stanford women (6-2-0) got second-half goals from Amy Sayer and Maya Doms to beat No. 11 Santa Clara 3-1. Katie Duong tied it for the host Cardinal at 1-1 in the first half with a shot between the legs of Santa Clara goalie Kylie Foutch. Izzy D'Aquila scored for the Broncos (3-3-2) in the third minute.

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