UConn seniors Aaliyah Edwards and Nika Mühl will attend the 2024 WNBA Draft on Monday to know where they will start their professional careers. The draft will be broadcast on ESPN at 7:30 p.m., and both players will be present at the event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. UConn has a history of 45 WNBA college draft selections, with 26 first-round picks, the most by any collegiate program. This year could mark the 16th time that multiple Huskies are chosen in the same draft.

By the Numbers
  • UConn has had 45 WNBA college draft selections since 1997
  • 26 first-round picks in the league's history
  • Edwards compiled 1,861 points and 1,020 rebounds in her UConn career
  • Mühl holds UConn's career (686), single-season (384) and single-game (15) assist records
State of Play
  • UConn has a strong legacy of producing WNBA talent
  • Edwards and Mühl have accomplished significant milestones in their UConn careers
What's Next

Both players are poised to make the transition to professional basketball and potentially become the next Canadian and Croatian-born players in the WNBA.

Bottom Line

UConn's Edwards and Mühl are set to make waves in the WNBA, continuing the tradition of excellence from the Huskies' women's basketball program.