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Williams goes 18th in 2021 WNBA Draft


After winning the national championship, Williams will be joining the reigning WNBA champions, led by point guard Sue Bird and forward Breanna Stewart.


“I have the opportunity to go learn from Sue Bird, one of the greatest point guards to ever play the game,” Williams told ESPN’s Holly Rowe.


When she declared for the draft, Williams noted that she accomplished both of her goals: earning a degree and winning a national championship.


Williams won the title in her hometown of San Antonio, the storybook ending to one of the greatest Stanford careers.


Brown was the second-ranked point guard in the 2018 HoopGurlz list behind South Carolina’s Destanni Henderson, but missed this past season with an injury.


As a freshman, Van Gytenbeek played in the minutes during which Williams was rested but otherwise spent her time on the bench in a chair located between head coach Tara VanDerveer and Paye.






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