The 2005 WNBA Draft will take place on Saturday, April 16, and will be televised live by ESPN2 and NBA TV beginning at noon. The Charlotte Sting have the first pick and have just a few weeks of NCAA Tournament action to decide on how to pick.
Ann Meyers' NCAA Tournament preview
2005 Tournament schedule | Prospect tracker


WNBA players become scouts and dish the inside info on their former college teammates and opponents.
Players' Tournament memories
The most devout college hoops fans talk about what it will take for their alma maters can win the 2005 NCAA Tournament.
Draft Order
1Charlotte Sting
2Indiana Fever
3Phoenix Mercury
4S.A. Silver Stars
5Houston Comets
6Washington Mystics
7Detroit Shock
8Connecticut Sun
9Sacramento Monarchs
10New York Liberty
11 Minnesota Lynx
12Seattle Storm
13Washington Mystics
Complete Draft Order
Meyers is not only one of the top WNBA analysts, but she is also one of ESPN's top women's college hoops experts. The Hall of Famer talks about some early offseason news and notes and shares her key prospects to watch leading up to the NCAA Tournament.
Meyers: Preseason prospects
Despite the odds, the ping pong balls came up in the Charlotte Sting's favor in the 2005 WNBA Draft Lottery. Barring a trade, Trudi Lacey's team holds the first pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft.
The WNBA's Player Personnel department evaluated the top college seniors prior to the 2004-05 NCAA women's season.
April 16, 2005
Round 1
Rounds 2-3
Noon
1 p.m.
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