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Plebe

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As the doors begin to close on many teams' seasons, the window (or portal) opens to the usual stream of transfer announcements.

I'll try to compile a list of more-or-less significant transfers here (my subjective call). I'm also folding in the still pending midseason transfers from this thread. Where I'm able to find a news item on the announced departure or commitment, I've linked it in the right two columns (contributions welcome).



Player2019-20 class, stats
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Departing fromNew school
Jayla AlexanderFr., 5'9" guardOle MissGeorgetown
Jorie AllenFr., 6'1" wingIndianaDePaul
Sara Anastasieska^ RS Sr., 5'11" guardCalDuke
Shakira AustinSoph., 6'5" forwardMarylandOle Miss
Azana BainesFr., 6'1" guardDukeVirginia Tech
Trinity Baptiste^ Jr., 6'0" forwardVirginia TechArizona
Brylee BartramFr., 5'8" guardFloridaVanderbilt
Tanaya Beacham^ Jr. 6'1" forwardToledoOhio State
Kierstan BellFr., 6'1" guardOhio StateFlorida Gulf Coast
Kayla BellesSoph., 6'3" forwardMichigan StateBYU
Sara BejediFr., 5'7" guardArizona StateFlorida State
Robyn BentonSoph., 5'9" guardAuburnKentucky
Katie Benzan^ Sr., 5'6" guardHarvardMaryland
Niya BeverleyJr., 5'7" guardWisconsinPenn State
Chloe BibbyJr., 6'1" wingMississippi StateMaryland
Essence BookerSoph., 5'8" guardNevadaBall State
Tyeshia BowersJr., 5'7" guardChicago State
Eve BrasilisSoph., 6'1" forwardUtah ValleyPepperdine
Leigha BrownSoph., 6'1" wingNebraskaMichigan
Deja Cage^ RS Jr., 5'8" guardOle MissMiddle Tennessee
Nicole Cardaño-HillaryJr., 5'7" guardGeorge MasonIndiana
Chrislyn CarrJr., 5'5" guardTexas Techwithdrew
DiJonai Carrington^ Sr., 5'11" wingStanfordBaylor
Jasmine CarsonSoph., 5'10" guardGeorgia TechWest Virginia
Johnasia CashJr., 6'2" forwardSMUPenn State
Mi'Cole Cayton^ RS Jr., 5'9" guardCalNebraska
Andrea Cecil^ Sr., 6'1" forwardBowling GreenFlorida Gulf Coast
Emma ClarkeSoph., 6'1" guardColoradoTexas Tech
London ClarksonFr., 6'2" forwardFlorida StateVirginia
Lucy CochraneFr., 6'5" forwardOregonPortland
Janai CroomsSoph., 5'10" guardOhio StateMichigan State
Maori DavenportFr., 6'4" centerRutgersGeorgia
Alana DavisJr., 6'2" forwardMemphisno longer in portal?
Shanaijah DavisonJr., 5'8" guardLong Beach StateDixie State
Asiah DingleSoph., 5'4" guardKent StateStony Brook
Rokia DoumbiaSoph., 5'9" guardArkansasPurdue
Lauren EboSoph., 6'4" forwardPenn StateTexas
Tiana England^ RS Jr., 5'7" guardSt. John'sFlorida State
Karla ErjavecSoph., 5'10" guardWyomingMiami (FL)
Jayla EverettSoph., 5'10" guardNew MexicoPitt
Shalyn FanoFr., 6'0' forwardSouthern UtahUtah Valley
Tajah Foster-WalkerFr., 6'2" forwardUMKCMiami (OH)
Courtney Fredrickson^ RS Jr., 6'2" wingWisconsinDePaul
A'Tyanna Gaulden^ RS Jr., 5'7" guardArkansasGeorgia Southern
Sydney Goodson^ Jr., 5'8" guardTexas TechKansas State
Lexi GordonSr., 6'0" wingTexas Techwithdrew
Steph GormanSoph., 6'0" guardUtah StateSan Diego
Vivian Gray^ Jr., 6'1" wingOklahoma StateTexas Tech
Da'Ja Green^ Jr., 5'6" guardWoffordVirginia Tech
Zay GreenRS Fr., 6'0" guardTennesseeTexas A&M
Keyen Green^ RS Jr., 6'1" forwardLibertyTennessee
D'Asia GreggSoph., 6'2" forwardFlorida State (JC)Virginia Tech
Lauren HansenFr., 5'8" guardAuburnMissouri
Jayla HemingwayFr., 5'8" guardMississippi StateWest Virginia
Petra Holešínská^ RS Jr., 5'10" guardIllinoisNorth Carolina
Jada HollandFr. 5'5" guardGrand CanyonUC Riverside
Erin HowardSoph., 6'1" wingAuburnFlorida State
Tori HydukeRS Fr., 5'6" guardGeorge WashingtonDrexel
Erin Jones^ RS Jr., 6'1" wingRhode IslandNorth Florida
Loretta KakalaRS Soph., 6'2" centerPacific
Joyce Kennerson^ Sr., 5'4" guardTexas SouthernArkansas Pine Bluff
Nikola KovacikovaSoph., 5'11" guardGeorgetownPenn
Imani LacySoph., 6'0" forwardNevadaLong Beach State
Kyra Lambert^ Gr., 5'9" guardDukeTexas
Kamryn LemonJr., 5'9" guardOklahomaLong Beach State
Alisha LewisFr., 5'7" guardSyracuseUCF
Dara MabreySoph., 5'7" guardVirginia TechNotre Dame
Ellie Mack^ Sr., 6'3" forwardBucknellOregon State
Marissa MackinsSoph., 5'8" guardTempleNorth Florida
Destiny MarshallRS Soph., 5'10" guardJacksonvilleRutgers
Jazmine MassengillSoph., 6'0" guardTennesseeKentucky
Kamaria McDanielJr., 5'10" guardPenn StateBaylor
Taylor MikesellSoph., 5'11" guardMarylandOregon
Kayla MokwuahSoph., 6'4" centerGeorge WashingtonTCU
Brooke MooreSoph., 5'7" guardAuburnPurdue
Alexis MorrisRS Soph., 5'6" guardRutgersTexas A&M
Patricia MorrisSoph., 6'7" forwardOregon StateTCU
Karly Murphy^ RS Soph., 6'1" forwardGreen BayColorado State
Najé MurrayJr., 5'6" guardSan Diego St / CalTexas Tech
Gabby NikitinaiteJr., 5'11" guardNorthern IllinoisGeorge Washington
Abby O'ConnorJr., 6'0" wingLoyola ChicagoGonzaga
Jaden OwensFr., 5'8" guardUCLABaylor
Olivia OwensSoph., 6'4" centerMarylandKentucky
Irekpitan Ozzy-MomoduJr., 6'2" centerRobert MorrisEastern Michigan
Ryann PayneSoph., 5'6" guardTCULSU
Enna PehadzicJr., 5'9" guardSouth FloridaVanderbilt
Raina Perez^ RS Jr., 5'4" guardCal State FullertonNC State
Destiny PittsJr., 5'10" guardMinnesotaTexas A&M
Alaina RiceFr., 5'8" guardFlorida A&MAuburn
Briyanah RichardsonSoph., 5'6" guardSt. Peter'sLincoln Univ. (D-II)
Danielle SanderlinJr., 6'0" forwardCanisiusUMass
Jordan Sanders^ Jr., 5'11" forwardUC IrvineSouthern Cal
Earlette ScottSoph., 5'10" guardProvidenceStony Brook
Destiny Slocum^ RS Jr., 5'8" guardOregon StateArkansas
Alisia SmithJr., 6'3" forwardPenn StateMichigan State
Aaliyah StanleyFr., 5'5" guardEastern MichiganFlorida Gulf Coast
Alaysia Styles^ Jr., 6'3" forwardCalMaryland
Jovana Subasic^ RS Jr., 6'4" forwardWashington StateOregon State
Taylor SuttonSoph., 5'3" guardMiddle TennesseeAlabama
Caterrion Thompson^ RS Jr., 5'10" guardBowling GreenMississippi State
Asia ToddFr., 5'9" guardLibertyUCF
Ashtyn VerbeekSoph., 6'2" forwardNebraskaDordt (NAIA)
Tereza VitulováJr., 6'2" forwardWyomingSouth Florida
Jordan WalkerRS Soph., 5'8" guardWestern MichiganTennessee
Stephanie Watts^ Gr., 5'11" guardSouthern CalNorth Carolina
Shamera WilliamsFr., 5'8" guardVirginia
Aspen WillistonSoph., 6'4" centerOklahomaSouth Dakota
Holly WinterburnFr., 5'10" guardOregonUC Davis
Bendu YeaneyJr., 5'10" guardIndianaArizona
Jazmine YoungSoph., 5'8" guardTennessee StateBuffalo

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Mi'Cole Cayton's collegiate career got knocked off the rails before it even started, when Connie Yori "resigned" as head coach of Nebraska, setting of a chain of events that have resulted in different things for several players associated with the program.

Cayton was one of two celebrated members of the incoming class of 2016, along with point guard Kathleen Doyle. In an ESPNw article, she cited Yori as the main reason she signed with the 'huskers. Once Yori left, both Cayton and Doyle asked for their releases and while both said they'd keep Nebraska in mind, Cayton went to California and Doyle to Iowa. Cayton has endured yet another coaching change and num(b)erous injuries while Doyle got to play with Megan Gustafsson and was just named B1G Player of the Year. Factor in transfers Natalie Romeo (Washington) and, a year later, Jessica Shepard (ND) and there are a lot of divergent paths.

Hopefully, Cayton can get one more healthy chance to play.
 
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Mi'Cole Cayton's collegiate career got knocked off the rails before it even started, when Connie Yori "resigned" as head coach of Nebraska, setting of a chain of events that have resulted in different things for several players associated with the program.

Cayton was one of two celebrated members of the incoming class of 2016, along with point guard Kathleen Doyle. In an ESPNw article, she cited Yori as the main reason she signed with the 'huskers. Once Yori left, both Cayton and Doyle asked for their releases and while both said they'd keep Nebraska in mind, Cayton went to California and Doyle to Iowa. Cayton has endured yet another coaching change and numberous injuries while Doyle got to play with Megan Gustafsson and was just named B1G Player of the Year. Factor in transfers Natalie Romeo (Washington) and, a year later, Jessica Shepard (ND) and there are a lot of divergent paths.

Hopefully, Cayton can get one more healthy chance to play.
I had completely forgotten, until I read about her latest transfer announcement, that Cayton was a part of that great class. It was almost like a dispersal draft. Lots of notable names.

People may also be interested to know that Connie Yori is still in the game, though not technically a "coach" -- currently "program advisor for women's basketball" at Creighton.

 

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Nevada's leading scorer is transferring, as relayed by Raoul.

Sophomore guard Essence Booker averaged 12.5 ppg this season.

 

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Alexis Morris is no longer on Rutgers roster on their site. So I take it things didn’t work out. :confused:
Just means a lot more playing time for Diamond Johnson.
 

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Alexis Morris is no longer on Rutgers roster on their site. So I take it things didn’t work out. :confused:
Just means a lot more playing time for Diamond Johnson.
Gee. I thought she was injured and that's why she wasn't playing.

Played in only 7 games, most recently on Jan. 20.
 

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Gee. I thought she was injured and that's why she wasn't playing.

Played in only 7 games, most recently on Jan. 20.
She was injured. She wore a boot for the reminder of the season, but she had been absent from the bench the last few games of the season.
 

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Niya Beverley, a 3-year starter at Wisconsin who averaged 7.6 ppg this past season, announced her intention to transfer:

 
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We will get transfer to replace the forward position.
Thank you for helping Geno with this board!
 
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I thought she was done with basketball after this season, apparently I was mistaken


She was apparently granted a sixth year:

Lambert has since followed coaches from Purdue, UCLA, Southern Cal, and Mississippi State.
 

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She was apparently granted a sixth year:

Lambert has since followed coaches from Purdue, UCLA, Southern Cal, and Mississippi State.
The twitter detective!

Vic Schaefer is the transfer bandit. Does he even have a scholarship available for next year?
 
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The twitter detective!

Vic Schaefer is the transfer bandit. Does he even have a scholarship available for next year?
Two after the recent retirement of Promise Taylor.

I think UCLA could make sense given they lose Dean, so it may be her best shot at winning some games and getting solid minutes.
 
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and just imagine this is before the new transfer train leaves the station.............how about one smooth scoring, steady rebounding power forward on board the train to Storrs CT!!!!
 
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The twitter detective!

Vic Schaefer is the transfer bandit. Does he even have a scholarship available for next year?
If K Lambert is a point guard then this a repeat of last offseason. He went hard after M Moore after already trying to get A Morris, and C Patterson. Obviously he still sees that spot as a weak link for next season.
 

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She was apparently granted a sixth year:


Lambert has since followed coaches from Purdue, UCLA, Southern Cal, and Mississippi State.
I figured that she would get a sixth year, and knew she wasnt coming back to Duke. She has her undergraduate degree... and will be getting her M.M.S in May.... so I just assumed she was done with college basketball after this season.

Is she a point guard? If so is she a game changer?
She is a PG..... I wouldnt say she is a game changer. She's a really solid guard.... excellent defender..... tremendous leader, great person and student. I will say her stats are modest... but deceptive. She started off the season slow.... as you would except after missing 2 years and 7 months to injury..... but she was really playing well in the past month or so.
 
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I really have no idea why we would pursue Lambert but Vic seems to get at least one transfer per season. We really don't need anymore guards, we need to add another post. Carter was out of position all season and Promise Taylor was forced tot give up basketball due to injuries. Morris didn't really set the world on fire but she is a solid backup. Cooks will help but like Carter is a 4. We need a big presence down low. Maybe we can land a grad transfer to fill in the gap.
 

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I figured that she would get a sixth year, and knew she wasnt coming back to Duke. She has her undergraduate degree... and will be getting her M.M.S in May.... so I just assumed she was done with college basketball after this season.



She is a PG..... I wouldnt say she is a game changer. She's a really solid guard.... excellent defender..... tremendous leader, great person and student. I will say her stats are modest... but deceptive. She started off the season slow.... as you would except after missing 2 years and 7 months to injury..... but she was really playing well in the past month or so.

Agreed. I think she'll be a good pickup for whoever lands her but I dont think she's an upgrade over Taylor/Mingo-Young. All the best to her.
 

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I really have no idea why we would pursue Lambert but Vic seems to get at least one transfer per season. We really don't need anymore guards, we need to add another post. Carter was out of position all season and Promise Taylor was forced tot give up basketball due to injuries. Morris didn't really set the world on fire but she is a solid backup. Cooks will help but like Carter is a 4. We need a big presence down low. Maybe we can land a grad transfer to fill in the gap.
With the news that Alexis Morris is no longer on the Rutgers roster, I wonder if Vic would renew his interest in her.
 

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With the news that Alexis Morris is no longer on the Rutgers roster, I wonder if Vic would renew his interest in her.
She was so good as a freshman but obviously comes with her share of baggage. Shame her career hasnt been able to go as expected.
 

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