Massachusetts native, power forward and center for the Indiana Fever Aliyah Boston has become a force within the WNBA. The five-time gold medalist is a versatile player whose skills and potential were strengthened by her time at the University of South Carolina with hall of famer and coach, Dawn Staley. Through her hard work, and Coach Dawn’s mentorship, Aliyah was selected as the first pick by the Indiana Fever in the 2023 WNBA Draft.

She averages almost 16 points a game, bringing fun and fierceness to her game both on and off the court. Standing at the 6’5”, she towers over players within the leagues and has plans to take her career to new heights. Here’s what we know about Aliyah Boston’s net worth. 

Who Is Aliyah Boston?

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Aliyah Boston began playing basketball at the age of 9. Before she knew it, she was playing with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) helping her to become the Gatorade Player of the Year three years in a row. Aliyah was named an All-American and was therefore selected to join McDonald’s All-American game and the Jordan Brand Classic in 2019. She was accepted by University of South Carolina, UCONN, Ohio State and Notre Dame as a student-athlete out of high school. Aliyah decided on the University of South Carolina where she played under Coach Dawn Staley’s leadership. After scoring over 500 points in her college career and achieving several double-doubles (double digit points and rebounds/assists), she was selected by the Indian Fever. 

What Is Aliyah Boston’s Net Worth?

The Indiana Fever power forward and center, Aliyah Boston has an estimated net worth of $2 million. She was named 2023 Rookie of the Year and soon after secured partnerships with major brands like Under Armour, Bose, Crocs, and Dick’s Sporting Goods. Aliyah’s contract with the Indiana Fever details a $233,468 payout over three years which equates to an annual salary of almost $80,000. More established/senior WNBA athletes, like Erica Wheeler, have secured close to $500,00 for a two-year contract drawing attention to gaps within the league and between the leagues (WNBA and NBA). While this pay structure is typical for incoming athletes within the WNBA, it is subject to change as the league considers shifting towards fairer wages (in comparison to that of the NBA).

Aliyah has also gained wealth from her Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) deals which were valued at over $100,000. Lastly, she is in the midst of securing a deal with Adidas, though details have not yet been released. This particular brand deal aligns with her passions both on and off the court as it addresses empowering women and sparking expansion within women’s sports.

Aliyah Boston: Off the Court

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Off the court, Aliyah has taken a bit of a hiatus from social media where she maintained an active feed of moments near and dear to her. She plans to continue prioritizing her mental health and joy while living life a bit more off the social grid. Before that though, her posts ranged from snippets of season games to memories of vacation made with her boyfriend, Tre-Vaughn Minott. Aliyah and the Portland State Viking have been in a relationship for over four years.

They have fun together and build one another up with relation to life experiences and the demands of basketball. When Aliyah isn’t on the court, spending time with friends and family, she’s made appearances as a broadcaster/correspondent for WNBA games. As she explores endeavors away from basketball, while also continuing to soar within the WNBA, we wish her joy and success.