TAMPA, FL – As the 2015 NCAA Women’s Final Four draws near, legacy events associated with the premier women’s collegiate championship are beginning to take shape. One idea in particular is the newly created For Student-Athletes, By Student-Athletes (FSABSA) program. This initiative offers student-athletes professional development experiences through Tampa Bay's 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four hosting efforts. Abby Ritter, a senior mass communications major and cross country athlete at the University of South Florida, helped initiate FSABSA with the unique opportunity of interviewing two iconic women in sport, Anucha Browne, the NCAA Vice President of Women’s Basketball Championships, and Diana Nyad, a legendary swimmer, at the recent Women in Leadership and Philanthropy Symposium.
View Abby’s interview with Browne and Nyad below.
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