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Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2018–Summer 2019

NCAA D-I women’s basketball player transfers* (arranged by former school), covering the period from the fall of 2018 through the summer of 2019. The player’s class (FR, SO, JR, SR) is for the 2018–19 season. (Last updated: May 20, 2019—recent additions to the list and those with a recently announced transfer destination are highlighted in red)

*Those listed may have taken just the first step in transferring of having their name placed in the NCAA transfer portal. So they could opt to not transfer and remain with their current team (although once a player has her name placed in the portal, her current school is allowed to pull her scholarship for the next school term and could fill her roster spot with someone else).

Stats
Total listed: 376
      Power 5: 98
      non-P5: 278
Grad transfers: 53
Those with their new school noted: 226
      Power 5: 41
      non-P5 D-I: 108
      non–D-I: 77
D-I → D-I: 149
      P5 → P5: 33
      P5 → non-P5: 36
      non-P5 → P5: 8
      non-P5 → non-P5: 72
D-I → D-II: 48
D-I → NAIA: 12
D-I → juco: 16
D-I → Canadian college: 1
Schools with at least one player who transferred: 199


Abilene Christian
Jenna Cooper, 5-11 FR forward, Claude, TX → Wayland Baptist (NAIA)
Kayla Galindo, 5-4 SO point guard, El Paso → UT Permian Basin (D-II)

Alabama
Grace Pelphrey, 6-1 FR guard, Tuscaloosa, AL
Taniyah Worth, 6-1 FR wing, Flowery Branch, GA → Georgia State

Alabama A&M
Aubriana Bonner, 5-8 SO shooting guard, Augusta, GA → Johnson C. Smith (D-II) [midyear transfer]

UAB
Talia Roldan, 6-4 SO forward, Griffith, IN → Arkansas State

Albany
Julie Ford, 6-1 FR wing, Hartwick, NY

Alcorn State
Kyler Wyatt, 5-5 JR point guard, Cypress, TX

Arizona
Kiana Barkhoff, 6-3 SO forward, Kitzingen, Germany → Mercer [“will have to sit out the remainder of the 2018-19 season due to the NCAA transfer rules”]
Marlee Kyles, 5-7 SO guard, Elgin, IL → Colorado State [left the Wildcats during the summer of 2018; CSU press release says: “Kyles will have three seasons of eligibility remaining upon joining Colorado State, and will compete as a redshirt sophomore beginning with the 2019-20 season”]
Shalyse Smith, 6-1 FR forward, Tacoma, WA → Idaho [midyear transfer]

Austin Peay
Jemiah Harrison, 6-2 SR forward, Clarksville, TN (grad xfer) → Grambling State [still at Austin Peay but not playing basketball in 2018-19; will graduate from APSU in 2019]

Baylor
Alexis Morris, 5-6 SO point guard, Beaumont, TX → Rutgers [midyear transfer]

Boise State
Tess Amundsen, 6-1 SO forward, Fresno, CA → Cal State Northridge
Sofia Galeron, 6-2 RS FR forward, Burgos, Spain → Florida Atlantic
Emerald Toth, 6-1 JR forward, Bozeman, MT → Carroll College (NAIA)

Boston College
Jenasae Bishop, 5-6 FR point guard, Hammond, IN
Lana Hollingsworth, 5-10 FR guard, Brighton East, Australia
Kate Klimkiewicz, 6-0 FR wing, Oakton, VA

Bowling Green
Sydney Palermo, 6-2 FR forward, Erie, PA → Robert Morris

Bradley
Ellisha Davis, 5-6 JR point guard, Belleville, IL → Central Missouri (D-II)
Jailynn Lawson, 5-8 SO point guard, Peoria, IL → Langston (NAIA)
Asia Strong, 6-2 FR forward, South Bend, IN → Trinity Valley CC (juco)

BYU
Ashley Beckstrand, 5-7 RS FR point guard, St. George, UT → Dixie State (D-II)

Brown
Elle Baker, 6-3 FR forward/center, Scottsdale, AZ → Scottsdale CC (juco)

Buffalo
Alexis Adams, 6-0 FR forward, Monmouth Junction, NJ [decided to stay at Buffalo]

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