Who will go number one?

The Connecticut Sun have the first pick in Monday’s WNBA draft. Will they take Chiney Ogwumike, as has been expected? Coach Anne Donovan isn’t saying.

More analysis from ESPN on Ogwumike and other draft prospects.

College news:

Maryland’s Chloe Pavlech salutes the Terp seniors.

Duke’s Becca Greenwell blogs.

Tennessee’s Meighan Simmons reflects on her Lady Vol career.

UCLA’s Rhema Gardner is medically retiring from basketball.

Former Tulane standout Keisha Brown died Monday after a long battle with breast cancer.

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  1. "Problems with her left knee began while [Rhema] Gardner was a junior in high school in 2009. She tore her ACL on a fastbreak layup in a game and had surgery to repair it but never had the proper rehabilitation."

    There are too many stories like this. Do high schools oversee the care and rehab of their student-athletes? or is it up to family?

  2. With the chatter swirling around this draft I wouldn't be surprised with any major moves within those first 5 picks especially if CON doesn't take Chiney…some have sad this is a "depth" draft and I believe if you want to beat MIN you definitely need major contributions from the bench

  3. Scamp, are you serious? Schools here in California don't even have a trainer at basketball games. They don't pay attention to any rehabilitation efforts. They can't even keep their schools staffed. We are in an education crisis in this country.

  4. Sue, I'm a native Californian…but I'm also 68 years old. Things were different back in my school days! I should have known it would be like you posted.