CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia forward Camryn Taylor has been selected to participate in the 2024 Women’s College All-Star Game on Saturday (April 6), joining other seniors from across the country in a nationally televised contest on ESPN2. The game will be held at 3:30 p.m. at the Wolstein Center on the campus of Cleveland State in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Women’s College All-Star Game provides 20 of the country’s brightest stars one final opportunity to represent their programs and be recognized against the backdrop of the sport’s championship weekend. Intersport, an award-winning Chicago-based agency that first launched a national women’s college basketball all-star event alongside the WBCA 25 years ago, will host the event.

Taylor will suit up for Team Lieberman, which will be coached by Naismith Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman. Taylor is one of three ACC players to participate in this year’s All-Star game. Syracuse’s Dyaisha Fair and Louisville’s Sydney Taylor will compete alongside Taylor on Team Lieberman. Taylor and the rest of Team Liberman will challenge Team Miller, which is led by Hall of Famer Cheryl Miller.

This past season, Taylor finished second among all Virginia players in points per game (14.8), which is currently good for 13th in the ACC, and led the team in scoring in 14 out of 32 total contests. She also led UVA in rebounds per game (6.1), free throws made (96) and double-doubles (4). In 2023-24, Taylor shot 46.5 percent from the field and 83.5 percent from the charity stripe, good for ninth and fourth, respectively, among all ACC players.

While at UVA, Taylor averaged 14.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game and shot 45 percent from the floor. She was tabbed a Second Team All-ACC selection in 2022-23. Taylor transferred to UVA from Marquette in 2021, where she earned All-Big East honorable mention and All-Freshman Team honors. She concluded her collegiate career with 1,583 points and 725 career rebounds. Taylor earned her degree in sociology from UVA in December 2022.

Tickets for the Women’s College All-Star Game, which start at just $15, are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the event’s website at

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About the Women’s College All-Star Game
Twenty-five years after launching a national women’s college basketball all-star event, Intersport has re-introduced the Women’s College All-Star Game as an annual showcase spotlighting the country’s elite players. These standouts, who will be exhausting their collegiate eligibility and are on the precipice of hearing their names called in the WNBA Draft, will have one final opportunity to represent their programs and be recognized against the backdrop of the sport’s championship weekend. Intersport launched the inaugural Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Star Challenge in 1998, which the WBCA operated through 2006. Additional information on the event is available at

About Intersport
Intersport is an award-winning agency and leader in the creation of ideas, content and experiences that attract and engage passionate audiences. Its industry-leading team offers expert insights in content marketing, customer engagement, experiential marketing, hospitality, production and sponsorship consulting. The Chicago-based agency also owns and operates events across the professional and collegiate sports landscape, including basketball, football, golf, pickleball and volleyball. Since staging just one early season event in 2019, Intersport has grown its basketball portfolio to manage nine different events during the first two months of the season—all with national broadcast partners. Intersport has been headquartered in Chicago since its inception in 1985, with additional offices in Boston, Detroit and New York. Learn more at and on social media (LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook).