See photos from the basketball team's visit to the Boy's and Girl's Club
UCCS Athletics has received photos from the basketball clinic conducted in February by the UCCS women's basketball team at the Leon Young Boy's and Girl's Club. After conducting the clinic, the team stayed at the center to shoot hoops, play pool and hang out with the kids.
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