Draft Date: April 10, 2019 | Television: ESPN2 (7PM ET) | Watch: ESPNU (8PM ET)

The draft will be aired live on ESPN2 and ESPNU.  ESPN2 will carry live coverage of the first round beginning at 7 p.m. ET before moving over to ESPNU for coverage of the second and third rounds, beginning at approximately 8 p.m. ETCoverage will also stream live on the ESPN app.

2019 Atlanta Dream Draft Picks

No. 11 (First Round) – Brianna Turner (Notre Dame) – TRADE: Marie Gülich (Phoenix Mercury) | No. 23  (Second Round) – Maite Cazorla (Oregon) | No. 35  (Third Round) – Li Yueru (China)

Official Release

RECENT NEWS

Inside Atlanta Dream’s 2019 WNBA draft night (High Post Hoops/Bria Felicien)
Dream trade for Gülich, select Cazorla and Yueru  READ MORE

Cazorla drafted by Atlanta Dream; Pritchard, King, and Wooten enter NBA Draft (SB Nation)
Pro Ducks!  READ MORE

Brianna Turner lands in Phoenix as No. 11 pick in WNBA Draft (The Observer)
Irish graduate student forward Brianna Turner was selected as the No. 11 picked in the first round of the WNBA Draft by the Atlanta Dream  READ MORE

Atlanta Dream select Li Yueru in third round (Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Kelsey Russo)
The Atlanta Dream used their final pick in the WNBA draft Wednesday night to select Li Yueru in the third round.   READ MORE

Atlanta Dream draft, trade Brianna Turner (Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Kelsey Russo)
The Atlanta Dream selected Brianna Turner with the 11th pick in the first round of the WNBA draft Wednesday night, but didn’t keep her rights for long.  READ MORE

Atlanta Dream draft Maite Cazorla in second round (Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Kelsey Russo)
The Atlanta Dream selected Maite Cazorla as the 23rd pick (second round) of the WNBA draft Wednesday night.   READ MORE</a

Atlanta Dream drafts Oregon women’s basketball’s Maite Cazorla (Daily Emerald/Sierra Webster, Maggie Vanoni)
Oregon women’s basketball senior guard Maite Cazorla was drafted to the Atlanta Dream in the second round as the overall No. 23 pick in 2019 WNBA Draft Wednesday evening.  READ MORE

Maite Cazorla taken in second round of WNBA Draft (Duck Territory/Erik Skopil)
Oregon guard Maite Cazorla was selected in the second round of Wednesday’s WNBA Draft.  READ MORE

Chinese young centers Han Xu, Li Yueru selected in WNBA draft 2019 (ecns.com)
Chinese centers Han Xu and Li Yueru, both 19, joined WNBA on Wednesday, becoming the second and third player from China drafted directly to the top-level women’s basketball league in the world.  READ MORE

Atlanta drafts Ducks’ Cazorla (wnba.com)
The Atlanta Dream selected Oregon point guard Maite Cazorla in the second round of the WNBA draft.  READ MORE

Notre Dame Women’s Basketball: Brianna Turner selected 11th overall, traded to Phoenix (Fansided/Ben Belden)
Brianna Turner leaves the Notre Dame women’s basketball program as one of the most decorated defensive bigs in school history.  READ MORE

Atlanta Dream select Oregon’s Maite Cazorla in 2nd round of WNBA Draft (The Oregonian/James Crepea)
Maite Cazorla’s professional career will begin in Atlanta.  READ MORE

UO guard drafted by Atlanta Dream (The Bulletin)
Maite Cazorla’s professional career will begin in Atlanta.  READ MORE

Chinese center Li Yueru selected by Atlanta Dream in WNBA draft 2019 (China Plus)
Chinese center Li Yueru, 19, was selected by Atlanta Dream in WNBA draft 2019 in New York on Wednesday, becoming the third player from China drafted directly to the top-level women’s basketball league in the world.  READ MORE

WNBA Draft 2019 Order (wnba.com)
Who will the Dream select in 2019?  READ MORE

 

DREAM DRAFT HISTORY

2019 WNBA DRAFT

Brianna Turner* Notre Dame
First Round | 11th Pick Overall

Maite Cazorla Oregon
Second Round | 23rd Pick Overall

Li Yueru China
Third Round | 35th Pick Overall

*The Dream traded guard Brianna Turner to Phoenix for draft rights to the Mercury’s 2018 First Round selection, Marie Gülich.

2018 WNBA DRAFT

Monique Billings UCLA
Second Round | 15th Pick Overall

Kristy Wallace Baylor
Second Round | 16th Pick Overall

Mackenzie Engram Georgia
Third Round | 27th Pick Overall

2017 WNBA DRAFT

Brittney Sykes Syracuse
First Round | 7th Pick Overall

Jordan Reynolds Tennessee
Second Round | 14th Pick Overall

Oderah Chidom Duke
Third Round | 31st Pick Overall

2016 WNBA DRAFT

Bria Holmes West Virginia
First Round | 11th Pick Overall

Rachel Hollivay Rutgers
Second Round | 13th Pick Overall

Courtney Walker Texas A&M
Second Round | 16th Pick Overall

Niya Johnson Baylor
Third Round | 28th Pick Overall

2015 WNBA DRAFT

Samantha Logic Iowa
First Round | 10th Pick Overall

Ariel Massengale Tennessee
Third Round | 29th Pick Overall

Lauren Okafor James Madison
Third Round | 34th Pick Overall

2014 WNBA DRAFT

Shoni Schimmel Louisville
First Round | 8th Pick Overall

Inga Orekhova South Florida
Second Round | 18th Pick Overall

Cassie Harberts Southern California
Second Round | 20th Pick Overall

2013 WNBA DRAFT

Alex Bentley Penn State
Second Round | 13th Pick Overall

Anne Marie Armstrong Georgia
Third Round | 31st Pick Overall

2012 WNBA DRAFT

Tiffany Hayes Connecticut
Second Round | 14th Pick Overall

Isabelle Yacoubou* France
Third Round | 32nd Pick Overall

* Pick voided – player ineligible for draft.

2011 WNBA DRAFT

Ta’Shia Phillips* Xavier
First Round | 8th Pick Overall

Rachel Jarry** Australia
Second Round | 18th Pick Overall

Kelsey Bolte Iowa State
Third Round | 32nd Pick Overall

The Dream traded guard Kelly Miller, the team’s 2011 No. 8 overall draft pick Ta’Shia Phillips and a first round pick in 2012 to the Mystics in exchange for Lindsey Harding and a second round pick in 2012.

** Traded to Minnesota Lynx with 2012 second round pick in exchange for Felicia Chester (No. 14 pick).

2010 WNBA DRAFT

Chanel Mokango Mississippi State
First Round | 9th Pick Overall

Bridgitte Ardossi Georgia Tech
Second Round | 21st Pick Overall

Brittainey Raven Texas
Third Round | 33rd Pick Overall

2009 HOUSTON COMETS DISPERSAL DRAFT

Sancho Lyttle Houston Comets
First Round | 1st Pick Overall

2009 WNBA DRAFT

Angel McCoughtry Louisville
First Round | 1st Pick Overall

Shalee Lehning Kansas State
Second Round | 25th Pick Overall

Jessica Morrow Baylor
Third Round | 27th Pick Overall

 

 
Head Coach Nicki Collen’s comments on the First and Second Rounds:

 
Head Coach Nicki Collen’s comments on the Third Round, overall reactions: