Nika Muhl

Florida Gators off-ball guard Leilani Correa, who has quickly emerged as a 2024 WNBA draft prospect, holds her follow-through on 3-pointer

Stock up, stock down: Biggest WNBA draft risers and fallers

By Em Adler / January 21, 2024

Checking in with notable stars and under-the-radar names alike

UConn guard Nika Muhl holds the ball near her face with two hands as Ohio State guard Jacy Sheldon defends her. The text "Who is rising & falling?" 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: Which 2024 WNBA draft prospects are rising and falling?

By The Next / December 23, 2023

Evaluating Jacy Sheldon, Nika Muhl, Angel Reese and more

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

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

Left: Aaliyah Edwards shows a younger girl how to hold a basketball. Top right: (from left to right) Nika Mühl, Sofia Payan, Edwards, Wang Fuqu, Siya Deodhar and Diouma Berthe pose with the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament trophy. Bottom left: Mühl handles the ball during a program activity. Bottom right: Georgia Amoore stretches. Photos Courtesy of NBA Academy.

Preparation, opportunities and friendship: The NBA Academy Women’s Program’s impact on alumnae

By Natalie Heavren / March 31, 2022

Four years after it started, the NBA Academy Women’s Program saw 12 alumnae reach the 2022 NCAA Tournament

Geno Auriemma shares bleak update about UConn roster

By Tee Baker / January 8, 2022

Aubrey Griffin is unlikely to return this season for the shorthanded Huskies

How Bueckers injury impacts UConn

By Tee Baker / December 7, 2021

UConn sophomore will miss 6-8 weeks with tibial plateau fracture