Women in Sports Lots of movement By Sue Favor on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 WNBA draft news: Last week’s draft was the most-watched in 16 years. Sabrina Ionescu on several topics. Mikiah Herbert Harrigan brings a much-needed edge to the Lynx. After falling in the draft, Kaila Charles is trying to prove her doubters wrong. Erica Ogwumike is still looking to improve as she heads into the WNBA. The road to Chicago for Kiah Gillespie was rife with magnificence and doubt. The Connecticut Sun’s draftees are staying positive in uncertain times. The biggest steals of the draft. More WNBA news: Lexie Brown wants to be the best shooter in the league. Napheesa Collier and Crystal Dangerfield reunite in Minnesota. The Samuelson sisters are ready for their takeoff in Dallas. The Liberty waived Brittany Boyd. College program news: Boise State coaches and staff will be furloughed. Texas is reloading. North Carolina A&T will have nine new players next season. Don’t be concerned by Penn State’s transfer losses. College player news: Peyton Williams of Kansas State has won the Big 12 scholar-athlete of the year award. IUPUI senior Holly Hoopingarner has begun to move on from the loss of the NCAA Tournament. Former Georgetown guard Tayanna Jones has transferred to Colorado. Former Oklahoma center Aspen Williston has transferred to South Dakota. Former Drake player Nicole Miller is on the front lines at a Cedar Rapids hospital. College coach news: West Virginia coach Mike Carey is pondering a new look next season. 0 Previous Post Next Post Related Posts Women in Sports Big scoring, big games Women in Sports Preview: Evans and No. 1 Louisville host Mangakahia and No. 23 Syracuse Women in Sports Preview: Will new Husky Evina Westbrook put on a show vs. former Lady Vols?