Hannah Hidalgo

A collage of seven pictures of top WNBA draft prospects: In the middle, UConn guard Paige Bueckers screams in celebration while clenching her fists and flexing; surrounding her, from top-left clockwise: Notre Dame guard Hannah Hidalgo holds the ball while looking into the distance; South Carolina guard MiLaysia Fulwiley jumps in midair higher than every other player on the court to release a floater; Stanford big Kiki Iriafen holds the ball above her head in midair to release a jump shot over the extended arm of a defender; Texas A&M big Janiah Barker looks down; Texas wing Madison Booker leans over and yells in celebration, while teammates yell in random directions in celebration as well; JuJu Watkins holds the ball over head to release a free-throw.

Who are the top WNBA draft prospects in college basketball?

By Em Adler / April 23, 2024

The future has never been brighter

Iowa Hawkeyes guard Caitlin Clark (22) celebrates after beating LSU in the Elite 8round of the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament between Iowa and LSU at MVP Arena, Monday, April 1, 2024 in Albany, N.Y.

Caitlin Clark is ready for what’s next

By Michelle Smith / April 7, 2024

She’s gone from the Iowa girl who began her career quietly in the COVID-19 era, with livestreams showing the Hawkeyes’ games on weekday afternoons, to the reason that close to 20 million people will likely have tuned in Sunday to watch her final college game

Notre Dame guard Hannah Hidalgo dribbling the ball.

Hannah Hidalgo’s journey is just beginning

By Howard Megdal / March 29, 2024

Niele Ivey: ‘She’s never going to stop playing’

Notre Dame guard Olivia Miles sits on the bench at Purcell Pavilion ahead of the Irish's Jan. 7, 2024 game against UNC. (Mitchell Northam / The Next)

Behind the scenes, Olivia Miles has played a crucial role in Notre Dame’s Sweet 16 run

By Mitchell Northam / March 28, 2024

Sonia Citron: “If we can defend her, we can defend anyone in the country”

Hannah Hidalgo drives to the basket during Notre Dame's game against Connecticut

Catching fire: Behind Hannah Hidalgo’s legendary rookie season

By Jenna Cuniowski / March 14, 2024

Needless to say, the ACC Tournament wasn’t her first time making headlines

GREENVILLE, South Carolina - MARCH 08 - Texas A&M's Endyia Rogers (1) South Carolina's Raven Johnson (25) during the Women’s Basketball SEC Tournament between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Texas A&M Aggies at Bon Secours Arena in Greenville, South Carolina on Friday, March 8, 2024. (Photo credit: Todd Van Emst, SEC)

Inside Raven Johnson’s defensive impact through the eyes of her teammates

By Hunter Cruse / March 10, 2024

‘She’s always up for the challenge by saying, ‘I want to guard her’ or ‘She’s not scoring on me,’ so hearing those things makes me want to do that too’

Hannah Hidalgo drives to the basket during Notre Dame's game against Connecticut

ACC notebook: Hidalgo breaks freshman scoring record, Hokies face back-to-back losses

By Jenna Cuniowski / March 5, 2024

Notre Dame’s star freshman Hidalgo keeps on rolling

Graphic with a photo of Hannah Hidalgo (3) celebrating during a game against UConn. Text below reads "Here comes Hannah". Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right, head shots of guest Hannah Hidalgo and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Hannah Hidalgo is doing things at Notre Dame no one’s ever seen before

By The Next / February 8, 2024

‘Buckets’ talks New Jersey hoops, NIL, and what makes a good defender

Hannah Hidalgo drives to the basket during Notre Dame's game against Connecticut

The Weekly Fast Break: Grind it out time

By Missy Heidrick / January 31, 2024

Hidalgo shines for Irish; Evans elevates North Dakota State

Six of the top prospects in WNBA history — Candace Parker, Caitlin Clark, A'ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart, Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner — pictured in a graphic.

Ranking the top WNBA Draft prospects of all time

By Em Adler / January 23, 2024

See where all the greats line up