April 4, 2024 

Dyaisha Fair, Mackenzie Holmes headline roster for Women’s College All-Star Game

20 of the nation's top seniors will cap off their collegiate careers in Cleveland

Intersport has announced the roster for the 2024 Women’s College All-Star Game, set to take place on Saturday, April 6. Among the 20 standout seniors selected to compete, Syracuse’s Dyaisha Fair and Indiana’s Mackenzie Holmes headline the event.

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Fair is one of the most talented scorers in college basketball history, ranking third among D-1 players all-time in points scored. The 5’5 guard also earned recognition by being named a third-team AP All-American this season.

A fellow All-American, Holmes led the Hoosiers to a Sweet 16 appearance, averaging 19.8 points and 6.8 rebounds on 65% shooting from the field in 28.2 minutes per game. Both Fair and Holmes are projected draft picks alongside Colorado’s Jaylyn Sherrod in the upcoming 2024 WNBA Draft on April 15.

A selection committee behind the roster included former head coaches, such as former Marquette coach and All-Star Game Ambassador Terri Mitchell, and national media figures, including members of The Next’s draft scouting team, myself and Em Adler.

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Here is the complete 20-player roster set to compete in the event, coached by Naismith Hall of Famers Nancy Lieberman and Cheryl Miller:

Team LiebermanTeam Miller
Azana Barnes, guard, Seton HallGrace Berg, forward, Drake
Unique Drake, guard, St. John’sJessika Carter, big, Mississippi St.
Dyaisha Fair, guard, SyracuseDre’Una Edwards, forward, Baylor
Gabby Gregory, guard, Kansas StateLauren Gustin, big, BYU
Mackenzie Holmes, big, IndianaQuinesha Lockett, guard, Toledo
Abbey Hsu, guard, ColumbiaMakenna Marisa, guard, Penn St.
Bella Murekatete, big, Washington St.Anaya Peoples, guard, DePaul
Camryn Taylor, forward, VirginiaSara Scalia, guard, Indiana
Sydney Taylor, guard, LouisvilleHonesty Scott-Grayson, guard, Auburn
Kayleigh Truong, guard, GonzagaJaylyn Sherrod, guard, Colorado

The game will take place at the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University on April 6 and will be televised on ESPN2 at 3:30 p.m. ET. Tickets are still available on the Women’s College All-Star Game website.

Written by Hunter Cruse

Hunter Cruse covers the Atlanta Dream and the WNBA Draft for The Next.

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