CHICAGO (May 5, 2022) The Chicago Sky waived Masseny Kaba, Kathleen Doyle and Emmanuelle Tahane, the team announced today.
Kaba was signed by the Sky on April 16 after going undrafted in the 2022 WNBA Draft. She played five years at the University of Central Florida where she ranks top-10 all-time in points (1,214), rebounds (846), blocks (123) and free throws made (244). In 2021, she was named American Athletic Conference Third-Team and named to the All-Tournament team after leading UCF to the American Tournament title.
Doyle joined the Sky after signing a training camp contract on Feb. 25. Doyle, a La Grange Park native, spent the WNBA offseason in Turkey, playing professionally for Bursa BSB in the Turkish Women's Basketball League. Doyle was drafted by the Indiana Fever out of the University of Iowa as the 14th overall pick in the second round of the 2020 WNBA Draft.
Tahane, who signed a training camp contract with the Sky on April 14, split her collegiate years between the Missouri Tigers (2017-19) and the Rhode Island Rams (2020-22). After coming off the bench with the Tigers, she shined in a starting role with the Rams. She made the Atlantic 10 First-Team in consecutive years and was named the conference Co-Player of the Year in 2021. This last season, she led the Rams to a 22-7 record after posting averages of 13.7 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists.
The Sky will host the Los Angeles Sparks for its season opener on Friday, May 6, at 7 p.m. CT at Wintrust Arena.