The renowned New York basketball player, Batouly Camara, of UCONN Huskies Basketball, Rated as the No. 2 power forward by All-Star Girls Report coming out of high school and the ninth-best player in the country by ESPN.com, Earned a spot on the 2014 USA Basketball Women’s U18 National Team trials roster.
Now, she is on track to get her master’s degree in sports management with a focus on Sport for Peace Development, in May. Author of the Children’s Book “A Basketball Game on Wake Street”. Camara was involved in student government in high school and at the university, she was the President of Collective Uplift, a group that works to empower student athletes. Camara has also been a part of different events, such as hosting a panel with ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith and has given a TedX talk. According to her biography of USA Basketball, Camara’s favorite basketball player of all time is Hakeem Olajuwon and what most people don’t know about her is that she speaks her native language Malinke, from the “beautiful country of Guinea”.
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