Alyssa Ustby Picked For NCAA Student-Athlete Engagement Group

UNC Women's Basketball standout has been selected as the ACC's representative to the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Student-Athlete Engagement Group. The group serves as an amplifying voice for women's basketball on key initiatives and legislation. It was formed in collaboration with the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. (

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Alyssa Ustby Picked For NCAA Student-Athlete Engagement Group

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