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ESPN has announced that Aliiah Boston will join its studio team for the NCAA Women’s Final Four in Cleveland this weekend. Boston, who was unanimously named the 2023 VNBA Rookie of the Year, will be joining Elle Duncan, Andrea Carter, Chinei Ogwumike and Hall of Famer Carolyn Peck at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse table.

Boston’s recent national championship win and her energy as a former South Carolina player make her an excellent addition to the team. ESPN Vice President of Production Sarah Gaiero expressed her excitement about Boston’s inclusion, stating that she is excited to bring her unique perspective to the coverage. The team was popular with fans throughout the tournament, and Peck was previously announced as part of the crew.

Boston expressed her excitement about joining the team for this special weekend. She shared her gratitude for the opportunity and looks forward to sharing her experience and insights with viewers. Coverage of the NCAA Women’s Final Four begins at 6pm on Friday, ahead of the first semi-final between South Carolina and NC State at 7pm on ESPN. The second game features UConn and Iowa. The tournament has already attracted a significant number of spectators.

By Samantha Johnson

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