Chicago Sky Guards, Allie Quigley and Courtney Vandersloot

Chicago Sky guards, Allie Quigley and Courtney Vandersloot

The WNBA’s Chicago Sky have two of the most talented guards in the league. Allie Quigley and Courtney Vandersloot have been with the team for 13 and 11 years, respectively. Both played a large role in the Sky’s Championship run in 2021 and helped lead the team to a 26-10 record and first place in the Eastern Conference in 2022.

Allie, who grew up in Joliet and attended DePaul University is happy to be playing so close to home for the Sky. After spending about five seasons for various teams she was excited at the chance to come back home and play for the Chicago fans.

Courtney, who is from Seattle and attended basketball power Gonzaga, was selected as the third pick in the draft by the Sky 11 years ago.

The two are collectively known around the league as the VanderQuigs. Both of them are proud of their team’s success and agree that winning the Championship and the conference help the team with confidence. The past two seasons are especially nice for the couple who have spent so many years with the team. The years of hard work make the recent success especially sweet.

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