Lynx rookie guard put on waivers

The Lynx waived rookie guard Julie Wojta before their game against the Washington Mystics Friday, the first game after a month-long Olympic break. A second-round pick in this year's WNBA draft, Wotja, out of Wisconsin-Green Bay, was first waived at the end of training camp and brought back for a seven-day contract July 10.
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The Lynx waived rookie guard Julie Wojta before their game against the Washington Mystics Friday, the first game after a month-long Olympic break. A second-round pick in this year's WNBA draft, Wotja, out of Wisconsin-Green Bay, was first waived at the end of training camp and brought back for a seven-day contract July 10.

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