Friday night's full WNBA schedule featured the league's worst team in terms of record hosting one of the top teams from the Eastern Conference. Despite the record, the San Antonio Stars still have plenty of fight in them and showed just that with a two-point win over the Washington Mystics. Center Isabelle Harrison led the way with her double-double performance. Here's the latest Mystics vs. Stars game recap including top performers, as well as a WNBA standings update and what's coming up next on the schedule for these teams.

WNBA game recap

Center Isabelle Harrison was the star of the night for the San Antonio Stars.

Harrison shot 8-for-13 and finished with 20 points while also pulling down ten boards. Rookie Kelsey Plum nearly added a double-double of her own as the No. 1 pick had 12 assists and scored nine points. Kayla McBride and Kia Alexander each finished with 12 points to help the Stars in their win.

On the other side, the Washington Mystics were again without their All-Star Elena Delle Donne due to her thumb issues. Kristi Toliver shot 7-for-14 and had 18 points along with six assists. Emma Meesseman had 15 points, nine rebounds, and six assists, while center Krystal Thomas grabbed a game-high 20 boards on her own. Also finishing with double digits in scoring was Tierra Ruffin-Pratt who had 17 points on 8-for-13 shooting in a losing effort.

While the Mystics shot 42 percent for the game, the home team shot at a rate of 44.6 percent including a 40 percent rate from three-point range. Washington outrebounded the Stars 38-36 with the two teams combining for 21 turnovers on the night.

The game saw Washington leading 27-23 after one-quarter, but San Antonio came back to take a 44-40 halftime lead.

The Mystics reclaimed a two-point lead after the third quarter, but the home team would ultimately win the fourth 19-15. The win tonight also gave San Antonio back-to-back home wins for the first time since July of 2015.

Standings & what's next

Tonight's loss drops the Washington Mystics to 14-10 overall. With the Connecticut Sun winning their game against the Mercury it gives the Sun sole possession of the Eastern Conference standings lead.

Next up for the Mystics will be a home game with the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Eastern Time.

The San Antonio Stars are now 5-21 on the season with a 4-10 home record. The team will most likely not qualify for the postseason with just eight games remaining. San Antonio takes on the Seattle Storm at home on Saturday night with game time scheduled for 8 p.m. Eastern Time.