Aaliyah Edwards

Three photos of top 2024 WNBA draft prospects are shown side-by-side: Iowa's Caitlin Clark, UConn's Paige Bueckers and UConn's Aaliyah Edwards. The text "WNBA draft board 1.0" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Discussing The Next’s 2024 WNBA draft board

By The Next / November 4, 2023

‘One of my favorite parts of this is trying to see the different perspectives on different players’

A collage of the top nine 2024 WNBA draft prospects in college, including South Carolina point guard Te-Hina Paopao, UConn big Aaliyah Edwards, Kentucky wing Maddie Scherr, UConn point guard Paige Bueckers, Iowa point guard Caitlin Clark, Algers (France) combo guard Leïla Lacan, Ohio State off-ball guard Jacy Sheldon, Stanford big Cameron Brink, and Wazzu combo guard Charlisse Leger-Walker

Who’s Next — The Next’s 2024 WNBA Draft Board, V1.0

By Em Adler / November 3, 2023

The most detailed 2024 WNBA draft resource available outside a team’s actual war room

Photo of LSU coach Kim Mulkey celebrating winning the 2022-23 championship. Her Tigers are No. 1 in Missy Heidrick's Top 25.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: The Next’s 2023-24 college basketball Top 25 preview

By The Next / October 23, 2023

Host Missy Heidrick breaks down her preseason rankings

10 images of future WNBA draft prospects, arranged in a collage: in the center, Iowa Hawkeyes point guard Caitlin Clark stands holding the ball looking up and out before taking a free-throw; around the perimeter, the pictures are: UConn Huskies point guard Paige Bueckers dribbles around a Stanford defender; Notre Dame Fighting Irish point guard Olivia Miles extends her arm up and out to shoot a layup while looking up at the rim; Ohio State Buckeyes combo forward Cotie McMahon points up in celebration; UConn big Aaliyah Edwards stands in a crouched defensive stance guarding the point of attack; Stanford Cardinal big Cameron Brink squats with the ball before shooting a free-throw; Florida State point guard Ta'Niya Latson dribbles downhill past a ball screen; Michigan Wolverines guard Laila Phelia drives downhill past an Ohio State defender; Texas A&M Aggies big wing Janiah Barker pumps her fist and shouts in celebration; UConn off-ball guard Azzi Fudd releases a 3-point jump shot from the wing.

Who are the top WNBA draft prospects in women’s college basketball?

By Hunter Cruse / April 20, 2023

Ranking the top 22 prospects in women’s college basketball

‘There was always somebody to pick us up’: UConn performed despite adversity

By Tee Baker / March 26, 2023

UConn’s consecutive Final Four streak ends at 14

The Weekly Fast Break: Hello Cinderella

By Missy Heidrick / March 21, 2023

Two top seeds are out, the Sweet 16 is here.

UConn players Aubrey Griffin (left), Amari Deberry (middle) and Lou Lopez Sénéchal (right) celebrate on the bench during UConn's first round NCAA Tournament matchup on Saturday, Mar. 18, 2023. (Photo Credit / UConn women's basketball Twitter)

Two BIG EAST teams still dancing after first round of NCAA Tournament

By Tee Baker / March 19, 2023

UConn, Villanova survive while others suffer painful losses

For UConn women’s basketball, a challenging chapter has closed

By Tee Baker / March 8, 2023

Huskies clinch 21st BIG EAST Tournament title

UConn guards Nika Mühl (left) and Caroline Ducharme (right) embrace during the final moments of UConn's 62-60 victory over Creighton on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023. (Photo Credit / UConn Women's Basketball Twitter)

BIG EAST Tournament finals preview — Can the Wildcats take down the top dogs?

By Tee Baker / March 6, 2023

Villanova and UConn face off in the title game for a second consecutive season

UConn's Azzi Fudd drives to the basket against Georgetown's Kelsey Ransom. Fudd has the ball in her right hand, and she is pictured in the UConn home red, white and blue jersey. She has a bulky knee brace on her right knee. Guarding her is Ransom in the Georgetown black and white away jersey.

Sights and sounds from the BIG EAST Tournament quarterfinals

By Tee Baker / March 5, 2023

Close contests display depth of conference