The rosters for the 2024 Women’s College All-Star Game bring together a collection of All-Americans, game changers and future pros that shaped the landscape of college basketball this season.

Team Lieberman Team Miller
Azana Baines, Seton Hall  Grace Berg, Drake
Unique Drake, St. John’s  Jessika Carter, Mississippi State
Dyaisha Fair, Syracuse  Dre’Una Edwards, Baylor
Gabby Gregory, Kansas State  Lauren Gustin, BYU
Mackenzie Holmes, Indiana  Quinesha Lockett, Toledo
Abbey Hsu, Columbia  Makenna Marisa, Penn State
Bella Murekatete, Washington State  Anaya Peoples, DePaul
Camryn Taylor, Virginia  Sara Scalia, Indiana
Sydney Taylor, Louisville  Honesty Scott-Grayson, Auburn
Kayleigh Truong, Gonzaga  Jaylyn Sherrod, Colorado

The 20 seniors, who will begin pursuit of their professional careers after this season, includes five All-Americans: BYU’s Lauren Gustin, Columbia’s Abbey Hsu, Colorado’s Jaylyn Sherrod, Indiana’s Mackenzie Holmes and Syracuse’s Dyaisha Fair. Additionally, 13 more players were named to their respective All-Conference teams this season. Ten different conferences are represented in the Women’s College All-Star Game, led by the ACC (3), Big 12 (3), Big East (3) and Big Ten (3). Players also represent schools from the Ivy League, MAC, Missouri Valley, Pac-12, SEC and WCC.