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  • Terps guard Mincy drafted 27th overall by Liberty

    Terps guard Mincy drafted 27th overall by Liberty
    Maryland senior guard Laurin Mincy was selected by the New York Liberty in the third round with the No. 27 pick overall in the 2015 WNBA draft Thursday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. Mincy was the Terps' leading scorer with 13.5...
  • UConn Recruits, Capital Prep's Gillespie, Show Talent In N.Y.

    UConn Recruits, Capital Prep's Gillespie, Show Talent In N.Y.
    NEW YORK — Time does move on, even for the college basketball program that essentially has made time stand still for the past 21 seasons. Here's just another example: A day after seniors Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Kiah Stokes entered the WNBA,...
  • Sun's Not Getting KML Is Probably For The Best

    Sun's Not Getting KML Is Probably For The Best
    UNCASVILLE — Given the serious injury to their most important player, they could miss the WNBA playoffs again this coming season. But say this for the Connecticut Sun. They could be the smartest 16-18 team in women's professional basketball history....
  • Jewell Loyd taken first in WNBA draft by Seattle

    Jewell Loyd and Amanda Zahui B. shared a hug after they were taken with the top two picks in the WNBA draft. The underclassmen's decisions to turn pro were justified. Loyd went first to the Seattle Storm, and Zahui B. was taken second by the Tulsa...
  • Sun Take Duke's Williams With First Pick, Fourth Overall

    Sun Take Duke's Williams With First Pick, Fourth Overall
    UNCASVILLE — The Connecticut Sun began the process of getting back to the playoffs after a two-year absence Thursday by selecting Duke's 6-foot-3 All-American center Elizabeth Williams with the fourth overall pick in the first round of the WNBA...
  • Storm select Jewell Loyd, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis in WNBA draft

    Seattle selected guard Jewell Loyd with the No. 1 overall pick in Thursday's WNBA draft. Loyd is a 5-foot-10 junior from Notre Dame. She qualified for the draft because she turned 22 this calendar year (Oct. 5). The Storm also drafted Connecticut...
  • Shock pick Minnesota star Zahui No. 2 overall in WNBA draft

    Former Minnesota Gophers star Amanda Zahui B. was chosen by Tulsa with the second overall pick in Thursday's WNBA draft. The 6-5 center was predicted as a potential No. 1 pick, but Seattle chose Notre Dame guard Jewell Loyd first overall. Zahui, a native...
  • Storm Take KML With 3rd Pick; Stokes To Liberty At No. 11

    Storm Take KML With 3rd Pick; Stokes To Liberty At No. 11
    UNCASVILLE — The names change every season, but the curiosity about what WNBA front offices think about prospects posted on their draftboards does not. In this league, benefits are in the eyes of the beholder. Consider the case of UConn's Kaleena...
  • Jewell Loyd no lock as Seattle Storm's No. 1 draft pick

    Jewell Loyd no lock as Seattle Storm's No. 1 draft pick
    To former Indiana Fever coach and current consultant Lin Dunn, it's not even a question who the Seattle Storm should pick in Thursday night's WNBA draft. You take Notre Dame junior Jewell Loyd, who declared for the draft last week.  "Before these...
  • Jewell Loyd's early entry means WNBA draft gems could fall to Sky

    Jewell Loyd's early entry means WNBA draft gems could fall to Sky
    In a way, Lincolnwood native Jewell Loyd already has helped out the hometown Sky even if she’s unlikely to play for Chicago this season. When the Notre Dame junior guard declared for the WNBA draft last week, along with Minnesota sophomore Amanda...
  • Where Will Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Land In WNBA Draft?

    Where Will Mosqueda-Lewis, Stokes Land In WNBA Draft?
    When Geno Auriemma was asked about the perception Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis would have difficulty guarding players like Diana Taurasi in the WNBA, the UConn coach offered a cryptic response. "Tell me who can guard [Taurasi]?" Auriemma said. Point taken....