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Follow Friday: @Kaymac_2123

  • Date:
    Jan 16, 2015

Every week, USAB.com will join in the popular “Follow Friday” tradition and highlight one of the Twitter accounts we’re following. This week’s pick: @Kaymac_2123 – USA Women’s National Team member Kayla McBride.

McBride, who was part of the 2014 Women’s World Championship Team Training Camp roster, won a gold medal with USA Basketball at the 2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship. She is entering her second season with the WNBA’s San Antonio Stars, and is currently competing for Hungary’s UE Sopron in the EuroCup.

McBride often tweets about her alma mater, Notre Dame (see below for a shout-out to current Notre Dame player and fellow USA Basketball member Marina Mabrey). She’s also a frequent NBA observer, lover of music, and fan of cool sneakers.

Here are a few recent posts from @Kaymac_2123:

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