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WNBA Draft: Indiana selects Aliyah Boston as No. 1 pick

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Spring Studios, NY — The 2023 class is stacked with talent for the WNBA. With the likes of Aliyah Boston, Maddy Siegrist, Jordan Horston, Zia Cooke and new National champion Alexis Morris from LSU, the 12 teams in the league have a strong pool to draft from. With anticipation built up, the selections were finally in Monday night as potential future players of the league heard their name called by WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert.

Indiana, Minnesota and Atlanta all had five picks Monday night. Training camp will start April 30 with the following players attending plus others who will sign training camp contracts. Furthermore, the pre-season will start May 5.

First Round

  1. Indiana Fever: Aliyah Boston
  2. Minnesota Lynx: Diamond Miller
  3. Dallas Wings: Maddy Siegrist
  4. Washington Mystics: Stephanie Soares
  5. Dallas Wings: Lou Lopes Senechal
  6. Atlanta Dream: Haley Jones
  7. Indiana Fever: Grace Berger
  8. Atlanta Dream: Laeticia Amihere
  9. Seattle Storm: Jordan Horston
  10. Los Angeles Sparks: Zia Cooke
  11. Dallas Wings: Abby Myers
  12. Minnesota Lynx: Maia Hirsch

Second Round

  1. Indiana Fever: Taylor Mikesell
  2. Los Angeles Sparks: Shaneice Swain
  3. Atlanta Dream: Leigha Brown
  4. Minnesota Lynx: Dorka Juhasz
  5. Indiana Fever: LaDazhia Williams
  6. Seattle Storm: Madi Williams
  7. Dallas Wings: Ashley Jones
  8. Washington Mystics: Elena Tsineke
  9. Seattle Storm: Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu
  10. Connecticut Sun: Alexis Morris
  11. Chicago Sky: Kayana Traylor
  12. Minnesota Lynx: Brea Beal

Third Round

  1. Indiana Fever: Victoria Saxton
  2. Los Angeles Sparks: Monika Czinano
  3. Phoenix Mercury: Destiny Harden
  4. Minnesota Lynx: Taylor Soule
  5. Phoenix Mercury:  Kadi Sissoko
  6. New York Liberty: Okako Adika
  7. Dallas Wings: Paige Robinson
  8. Washington Mystics: Txell Alarcon
  9. Seattle Storm: Jade Loville
  10. Connecticut Sun: Ashten Prechtel
  11. Chicago Sky: Kseniya Malashka
  12. Las Vegas Aces: Brittany Davis

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