Storm Pick Jackson at No. 1
The 2001 WNBA Draft is in the books. The Storm started the day off by selecting Australia's Lauren Jackson first, while the Sting made Georgia guard Kelly Miller the second overall selection. See where all the players ended up with our draft board and team-by-team picks!
Colombian draftee makes WNBA history
Now that the dust has settled from the 2001 draft, our WNBA.com experts tell us which teams fared the best. Readers also shared their thoughts in Shots from the Perimeter.
Top pick Lauren Jackson is called "the complete package" by WNBA VP of Player Personnel Reneé Brown. See what else Brown has to say about the first and second round picks.
Notre Dame officially arrived among women's basketball elite when three players -- Ruth Riley, Niele Ivey and Kelley Siemon -- were selected in this year's draft.
Get stats and career highlights on this year's draft selections:
Alphabetical | By position
In this special pre-draft diary, Purdue All-American Katie Douglas filled us in on how she's been spending her time since the Final Four and her preparations for draft day.
Behind Closed Doors
Go into the war room with the Storm, Sol and Mercury as they prepared for the draft.
Tennessee guard Semeka Randall tackled the tough questions and talked about her career with Destiny's Child and the true essence of a goober.
Coaches Speak Out
All 16 WNBA coaches talked about this year's draft and what they were looking for when it was their turn to pick.
Overflowing With Talent
The NCAA's class of seniors will graduate with the distinction of being the best collective group of women's college players available in five WNBA seasons.
Your Top Picks
Notre Dame's Ruth Riley, Lauren Jackson from Australia, Tennessee's Tamika Catchings and others were all potential No. 1 picks, according to fans who played Lin Dunn for a day.
Draft History Lesson
Take a look back at previous WNBA drafts to see how the top picks have fared, team-by-team history, top producing programs and more.