Nia Clouden

Nia Clouden and Cathy Engelbert. (Photo courtesy of the WNBA)

Sun add backcourt talent in 2022 WNBA Draft with a competitive training camp in mind

By Jacqueline LeBlanc / April 12, 2022

The Sun land their top target with the team’s first first-round pick since 2019

Four pictures arranged in a checkerboard layout: top-left, Rhyne Howard dribbling; top-right, NaLyssa Smith loading up for a jump shot; bottom-left, Shakira Austin releasing a jumper; bottom-right, Emily Engstler holding the ball and surveilling the court

Who’s Next — The Next’s WNBA Draft Board v2.0

By Em Adler / April 8, 2022

In-depth scouting reports on every potential major contributor

Four pictures arranged in a checkerboard layout: top-left, Rhyne Howard dribbling; top-right, NaLyssa Smith loading up for a jump shot; bottom-left, Shakira Austin releasing a jumper; bottom-right, Emily Engstler holding the ball and surveilling the court

Who’s Next — The Next’s Draft Board v1.0

By Em Adler / March 18, 2022

Which prospects project best at the WNBA level?

The Gonzaga Bulldogs women's basketball team celebrate after winning the WCC tournament, holding the trophy high as blue and white confetti falls around them

Daily Briefing — March 9, 2022: HEY BULLDOGS — Gonzaga races to WCC title

By Em Adler / March 9, 2022

Macee you in the NCAA tournament

Nia Clouden posterizes a hapless defender, leaping onto and over the opponent while layup the ball up to the rim, as the defender cowers and falls away with the contact.

Michigan State’s Nia Clouden to enter 2022 WNBA draft

By James Kay / March 8, 2022

‘I am excited to announce that I will continue pursuing my dreams and am declaring my name in the 2022 WNBA draft’

With her body facing the camera, Caitlin Clark motions to the crowd to get louder

Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament: Quarterfinals takeaways

By James Kay / March 5, 2022

Nancy Fahey retires, Nia Clouden leaves the door open to return and Nebraska hangs on

Grace Berger holds her follow-through on a no-look kick-out pass to a spot-up shooter whose hands are out to receive the ball in the foreground, while a defender has her hands up, trying to stay in front of Berger.

Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament: Day two takeaways

By James Kay / March 4, 2022

The powers take the floor in the day ahead