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Transfer News, April 2019

News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools.


Mykia Dowdell (5-9 FR forward, Oak Ridge, TN) transfers from Middle Tennessee to East Tennessee State (SoCon).

Dowdell is also excited to join the Buccaneer program after playing her first season with the MTSU Lady Raiders.

“In life you want to surround yourself with great people; with people that have the same mission or goal as you,” Dowdell said. “The team and the people at ETSU are hard-working, loving and compassionate people. That’s something I wanted to be a part of.   When I came on campus, it was like a big weight was lifted off my shoulders. Second chances are real, but we don’t always get them. Thankfully Coach E is blessing me with another opportunity. Now I have to reward her by helping her and this team win SoCon Championships.  I have never met a coaching staff that was as invested in the players as people as much as they are players. Anybody would be BLESSED to be a player under Coach E, Coach Mac, and Coach Kelly.”

(4/30/2019)


Florida Atlantic (C-USA) adds two transfers (plus an incoming freshman):

  • Sofia Galeron, 6-2 RS FR forward, Burgos, Spain / Boise State
  • Janeta Rozentale, 6-0 FR forward, Dobeles, Latvia / South Florida

(4/30/2019)


Former Old Dominion player MaKayla Timmons (5-7 SR point guard, Columbia, TN) has announced that she’s grad-transferring to Hampton (Big South). She was not on the ODU roster during the 2018-19 season.

(4/29/2019)


Linsey Marchese (6-4 SO center, Dacula, GA), formerly of Indiana, has announced her new school: Kent State (MAC).

(4/29/2019)


New Mexico announced the addition of Ciani Cryor (5-5 RS JR point guard, Philadelphia, PA), a grad transfer from Rutgers.

“CiCi is an elite competitor and was the starting point guard for a Top-25 team,” lauds Bradbury. “That experience and her lock-down defensive mindset will help us immediately. She’ll be just as quick and tough as Aisia Robertson. We expect CiCi to step right in and make a major impact not only on our team, but in the Mountain West Conference.”

(4/29/2019)


Former Ole Miss player Jhileiya Dunlap (6-2 JR forward, Columbia, SC) is transferring to Troy (Sun Belt).

(4/28/2019)


Former Denver player Grace White (5-10 SO forward, Redby, MN) has signed with Valparaiso (MVC).

(4/27/2019)


Andie Easley (5-11 RS JR guard, Phoenix, AZ) is transferring from Eastern Washington to CSU Bakersfield.

Started at Hawaii but transferred to Eastern Washington mid-year 2015-16…had to sit out the remainder of the season and half the following season (2016-17) due to NCAA Transfer Rules…ended up redshirting the remainder of the year…redshirted 2017-18 as a medical redshirt…suited up for EWU for the first time this past season and played in 20 contests for the Eagles…averaged four points on thirteen minutes a game…was born in Bakersfield, Calif. but grew up in Phoenix…graduated from Horizon High School in 2015.

(4/26/2019)


Here’s a rare case of a D-II to D-I transfer: Molly Masciantonio (5-10 FR guard, Morton, PA) has announced that she’s transferring from Holy Family University to La Salle (A-10).

(4/26/2019)


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