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Five UCF Reps Headed to Black Student-Athlete Summit

Four UCF student-athletes— Mia Asenjo (women's soccer), Kiera Brown (women's basketball), Darius Johnson (men's basketball) and William Wells (football)—will attend the 2023 Black Student-Athlete Summit May 21-24 in Los Angeles.
Also attending will be UCF deputy athletics director Chris McFarlane.
The event is designed for student-athletes, coaches, administrators and professors—and caters to the holistic development of the Black student-athlete. The summit's goal is to empower Black student-athletes to maximize their collegiate experience in the classroom and take advantage of opportunities. Professional staff who attend are empowered to return to their campuses and create initiatives to ensure that Black student-athletes are competitive in the global workforce upon graduation.
Asenjo (a redshirt freshman forward from Malverne, New York) started 14 games for the Knights in 2022.
Brown (a redshirt junior from Riviera Beach, Florida) played in 24 games in 2022-23, averaging 2.7 points and 1.9 rebounds.
Johnson (a sophomore from Boyds, Maryland) started 21 games in 2022-23, averaging 10.0 points and 3.1 rebounds and contributing a team-leading 104 assists.
Wells (a junior from West Palm Beach, Florida) played in 12 games in 2022, making six tackles, including five solo stops.
The summit is being held in Los Angeles for the first time after seven years (2015-21) in Austin, Texas, and one year (2022) in Houston, Texas.