What is the Women’s College All-Star Game?
The Women’s College All-Star Game is a postseason celebration of the best senior women’s basketball players in the country. The top 20 players in the sport will be selected to compete one final time for the programs before they begin their professional careers.

Who will play in the game?
Rosters are made up of college seniors who will be exhausting their eligibility. See the final roster here.

How were the final rosters determined?
Using feedback from our voting panel, Intersport staff, and Game Ambassador Terri Mitchell.

Who will coach the game?”
Six of basketball’s most influential leaders will serve as coaches at the Women’s College All-Star Game, offering their personal experiences and elite basketball acumen to a collection of 20 college seniors on the cusp of their professional careers. Check out this year’s coaches and their accolades here.

When and where is the game?
The Women’s College All-Star Game will take place at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 6. It will take place at the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University in downtown Cleveland, a short walk from Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse where the national semifinals and championship game will take place.

Will the game be televised?
ESPN2 will televise the game.

How were players selected to the watch list?
Players were added to the watch list using existing data points – such as major positional award watch lists, WNBA mock drafts, etc. – along with feedback from a panel of national media and former coaches.

Who makes up the voting panel?
National media members and longtime coaches make up an experienced panel of individuals to identify worthy candidates to participate in the game. Panel members include Mel Greenberg, Doug Feinberg, Michael Voepel, Rebecca Lobo, Carolyn Peck, Terri Mitchell, Em Adler and Hunter Cruse.

Can a player not appearing on the watch list make their way onto the roster?
Any graduating senior is eligible to compete in the event, even if are not on the watch list.