On Wednesday, the San Antonio Stars visited the Indiana Fever in the WNBA's return to the schedule after a day off. The Stars had just one win on the season but managed to outlast Indiana on their Home Court, 79-72, to capture another surprising win. It was their first road victory of the season. Here's the latest WNBA game recap for the Stars vs. Fever as well as a look at the standings and what's next for the two teams.

Game recap

In today's San Antonio Stars' road win, Kayla McBride led her team with 18 points. While she only hit two field goals, they were both three-point shots.

McBride also had 13 free throw attempts and made good on 12 of them. In addition, she had six assists and six rebounds, along with three steals. Teammate Erika de Souza shot 7-for-7 for the day and ended up with 14 points and seven boards. Rookie Kelsey Plum went 4-for-12 from the field, including two three-pointers and had 12 points along with six rebounds and four assists.

On the losing side, the Indiana Fever were led by Candice Dupree. She shot 6-for-11 from the floor and ended up with 14 points to go with four rebounds and three assists. Brianna January ended the game with 13 points, but no other Fever players scored in double-digits for the game.

San Antonio shot 47.5 percent for the game, while Indiana shot just over 44 percent, and hit only 25 percent of their three-pointers.

The Stars outrebounded the home team 34-27 and also shot twice as many free throws for the game. The visitors were able to take control at the half, leading by three points, and maintained a scoring edge in the next two quarters to pull away.

Standings & what's next

With today's victory, the San Antonio Stars move to 2-15 overall on the season.

They're still at the absolute bottom of the WNBA overall standings. They'll need to go on a major winning streak to even get near the WNBA's top eight spots for a possible playoff seed. Next up for the Stars will be an away game against the Connecticut Sun on Saturday, July 16th beginning at 3 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Indiana Fever dropped to a 7-10 overall record and 5-4 at home for the current season.

They're currently at fifth overall in the Eastern Conference standings and 1.5 games below the New York Liberty. In the overall standings, they're battling with Seattle and Dallas for the eighth spot as of right now. Next up for Indiana will be a home game on Friday, July 14th against the Washington Mystics at 7 p.m. Eastern Time.