Lynx take Devereaux Peters of Notre Dame with 3rd overall pick

Notre Dame's Devereaux Peters is the newest member of the Minnesota Lynx. She was picked third overall today in the WNBA draft. In her senior season last year, the 6-2 forward averaged about 12 points a game for the Irish.
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Notre Dame's Devereaux Peters is the newest member of the Minnesota Lynx. She was picked third overall today in the WNBA draft. In her senior season last year, the 6-2 forward averaged about 12 points a game for the Irish.

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