Apr 3, 2023, 3:53pm EDT
Kayana Traylor looks ahead to her first season in Chicago
No. 23 WNBA Draft pick and former Virginia Tech Hokies guard Kayana Traylor is prioritizing the basics to help her in her transition from college to the pros.
Abby Meyers has been on a wild ride since 2021-22
Abby Meyers delivered her signature NCAA Tournament performance in 2022, then proceeded to play for the national powerhouse she grew up rooting for and lead it to the Elite Eight before defying WNBA mock drafts by being selected by the Dallas Wings at No. 11.
Zia Cooke starts a new chapter in Los Angeles
After a successful career at South Carolina, Zia Cooke heads to Los Angeles with dreams of bringing the Sparks back to glory.
3x HS champion, Tennessee legend Jordan Horston is headed to Seattle
Jordan Horston was part of the first class to be coached by Kellie Harper all four years at Tennessee, and will now attempt to play point guard in the city of Sue Bird.
Laeticia Amihere, The Freshy from Canada, is ready to take on the WNBA
Laeticia Amihere of the South Carolina Gamecocks is ready to get started with the Atlanta Dream.
Grace Berger is the feel-good story of the state of Indiana right now
Grace Berger will always be associated with the five years that turned the Indiana Hoosiers women’s basketball program into a national power. Can she also help bring glory back to the Indiana Fever?
Meet Haley Jones, Atlanta’s next dynamic guard
Haley Jones, the California kid, will be taking her talents to Atlanta in pursuit of a new Dream.
Lou Lopez Sénéchal used year at UConn as springboard to WNBA
Lou Lopez Sénéchal starred for the UConn Huskies in 2022-23 and now the Dallas Wings are interested in what she can do in the WNBA.
Stephanie Soares put faith first, and it guided her to the WNBA
Stephanie Soares went to The Master’s University before moving to Division I as a member of the Iowa State Cyclones in 2022-23.
Maddy Siegrist has been dominant every step of the way
Maddy Siegrist of the Villanova Wildcats is one of the greatest players in Big East history and hopes to carry over her success to the Dallas Wings.
Diamond Miller has paved her successful path by knowing what she wants
Diamond Miller will go down as one of the greatest Maryland Terrapins of all time and now starts a new journey with the Minnesota Lynx.
Boston has arrived on the WNBA stage
Aliyah Boston of the South Carolina Gamecocks and now the Indiana Fever had her dream come true when she was selected first overall in the 2023 WNBA Draft.
2023 WNBA Draft team grades: Minnesota earns highest mark
The draft is one of the most exciting nights on the WNBA calendar. For draftees and their families, it is achievement worthy of much celebration. For fans, it is an event that inspires hopeful imaginings. And for organizations, it is an opportunity to chart a clearer vision for their team. Which franchises most successfully used draft night to enhance their squad? Here’s our evaluation of their efforts.
2023 WNBA Draft: Boston, Miller, Siegrist go 1, 2, 3; Joens, Beal fall
The Indiana Fever selected Aliyah Boston of the South Carolina Gamecocks with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft. There were some other non-surprises, as well as some surprises.
2023 WNBA Draft preview: Atlanta Dream
The Atlanta Dream may be looking to get Stephanie Soares of the Iowa State Cyclones if she falls to No. 6.
2023 WNBA Draft: Will Minnesota take Diamond?
Most mock drafts have the Minnesota Lynx taking wing Diamond Miller of the Maryland Terrapins at No. 2. But the Lynx also need a center and a point guard.
2023 WNBA Draft preview: Los Angeles Sparks
With three picks, can the Los Angeles Sparks bolster their lineup through the 2023 WNBA Draft?
2023 WNBA Draft preview: Dallas Wings
After a busy 2023 free agency period, the Dallas Wings are presumably set for the season in the frontcourt, but their roster could use some shoring up elsewhere. They currently have three first-round picks in the 2023 WNBA Draft, which they could use to add depth on the perimeter.
2023 WNBA Draft preview: Indiana Fever
The Indiana Fever will likely take the best available player at any position but center with the No. 7 pick. There are plenty of South Carolina Gamecocks who have chemistry with presumed No. 1 pick Aliyah Boston to be considered at No. 7 and No. 13.
2023 WNBA Draft preview: Washington Mystics
The Washington Mystics are going to have backups at shooting guard, center and power forward, assuming they hold on to Amanda Zahui B. and Tianna Hawkins. That leaves backup small forward and point guard as needs to consider when they select at fourth overall.