Aliyah Boston from the WNBA joins ESPN’s studio team for Women’s Final Four

ESPN’s NCAA Women’s Final Four Coverage Adds Thrill with Newest Member Aliyah Boston

Hall of Famer Carolyn Peck will be joining ESPN’s studio broadcast team for the NCAA Women’s Final Four in Cleveland this weekend. She will be teaming up with Elle Duncan, Andraya Carter, Chiney Ogwumike, and Aliyah Boston at the desk from Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.

Aliyah Boston, who was unanimously named the 2023 WNBA Rookie of the Year, is thrilled to be part of the team. She shared her excitement at joining the group and expressed gratitude for the opportunity to share her experience and insights with viewers.

ESPN’s vice president of production, Sara Gaiero, expressed excitement for Boston’s addition to the team, noting her energy and experience as a recent National Championship winner. The team has been popular with fans throughout the tournament, and Gaiero believes that Boston’s unique perspective will add value to their coverage.

Coverage of the NCAA Women’s Final Four begins at 6 p.m. on Friday, ahead of the first semifinal between South Carolina and NC State at 7 p.m. on ESPN. The second game features UConn and Iowa. The tournament has already attracted significant viewership numbers, and fans can expect more excitement this weekend as they watch their favorite teams battle it out on live television.

Leave a Reply

Museum of Science and Industry shutting down on Wednesday in order to relocate artifacts Previous post Unscheduled Closure at the Museum of Science and Industry: Preserving Military Artifacts with Care and Precision
YouTube’s new feature automatically highlights important moments in videos when watching on TV Next post Revolutionizing the YouTube experience: Google introduces new feature for seamless video navigation