Rebecca Lobo may have retired from the WNBA, but she still knows what it takes to make it at the highest level. The former UConn star ranks her top 10 prospects throughout the NCAA Tournament.
Tournament game-by-game prospect tracker
2004 Women's NCAA Tournament Schedule

Head-to-Head: Sue & 'Mik
One from Tennessee. The other from UConn. But will they meet again for the title?
Head-to-Head: Kara & Swin
Former college rivals preview the NCAA Tournament.
Tournament Memories
Today's WNBA stars reflect on and share yesterday's NCAA memories.
Player Tournament Picks
WNBA players make their Tournament predictions.




Draft Order
1 Phoenix Mercury
2 Washington Mystics
3 Charlotte Sting (from Ind.)
4 Connecticut Sun (from S.A.)
5 New York Liberty
6 Seattle Storm
7 Minnesota Lynx
8 Phoenix Mercury (from Ct.)
9 Indiana Fever (from Char.)
10 Sacremento Monarchs
11 Detroit Shock (from Hou)
12 Los Angeles
13 Detroit Shock

Sting's Lacey Chat Recap
Charlotte Sting head coach and GM Trudi Lacey answered fans' questions about the Draft and more.
Mercury Top Pick Tracker

Mystics' NCAA Memories

Liberty Talk: NCAA Hoops

What Teams Need

Pre-Draft Camp - 4/7-8



WNBA Vice President of Player Personnel Renee Brown talks about the top players heading into the WNBA Draft in 2004 -- from Diana Taurasi and Alana Beard to Nicole Powell, Kelly Mazzante and Iciss Tillis and more.
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Who do you think will be the top selections in this year's draft? What do you think your team needs to improve its stock for the year ahead? You can be the expert in the 2004 WNBA Draft Fan Forum.
April 17, 2004
The 2004 WNBA Draft will be held Saturday, April 17 at the NBA Entertainment studios in Secaucus, N.J. ESPN will televise the first round while NBA TV and WNBA.com will provide coverage of all three rounds.
Round 1

Noon
Rounds 2-3

1 p.m.
REBECCA LOBO PROSPECT TRACKER
as of March 25
1.
Diana Taurasi, UConn
2.
Alana Beard, Duke
3.
Nicole Powell, Stanford
4.
Chandi Jones, Houston
5.
Lindsay Whalen, Minnesota
6.
Kelly Mazzante, Penn State
7.
Nicole Ohlde, Kansas State
8.
Vanessa Hayden, Florida
9.
Shemeka Christon, Arkansas
10. Rebekkah Brunson, Georgetown
ESPN.COM COVERAGE

For complete NCAA Tournament coverage, visit ESPN.com.
AP names All-America team
Dales-Schuman: Seniors' Last Dance
Beard is nation's best
Nancy Lieberman's bracket breakdown
Top eight WNBA prospects

PAST DRAFT FEATURES

2004 Draft Lottery
Phoenix Mercury, who won eight games in 2003, came up big when they won the WNBA Draft Lottery on Dec. 3.
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2004 WNBA Dispersal Draft
With the unfortunate folding of the Cleveland Rockers, several other teams gained valuable additions to their rosters.

2003 WNBA Draft
Cleveland selected Mississippi State's LaToya Thomas and Sacramento took Vanderbilt's Chantelle Anderson with the top picks in the 2003 WNBA Draft.


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