Head Coach: Charmin Smith (2nd season in 2020-21)
Unofficial Scholarship Chart
Note: The NCAA has granted an extra year of eligibility to 2020-21 D-I winter sports athletes (including women’s basketball players). Programs will be allowed to exceed the 15-scholarship limit for the 2021-22 season only. Until there is definitive word that a player will be taking advantage of this extra year, the WBB Blog scholarship charts will not reflect this extra eligibility.
- September 2020: Alaysia Styles announces that she’ll grad-transfer from Cal following the fall semester (her transfer destination: Maryland)
- September 2020: Jadyn Bush announces that she’ll grad-transfer to Cal from Harvard for the 2021-22 season
2021 Cal Women’s Basketball Commitments
Mia Mastrov, 5-11 G, Miramonte HS (Orinda, CA) [committed 7/31/2020]*
*announced as signed 11/11/2020
Taylor Bigby, 6-1 G, Centennial HS (Las Vegas, NV) [offered May 2019; Cal among 12 finalists announced in September 2019; committed to Oregon, October 2019]
Shayeann Day-Wilson, 5-6 PG, Royal Crown Academic School (Toronto, ON) [Cal among 12 finalists announced in November 2019; not among four finalists announced in April 2020]
Brooke Demetre, 6-3 W, Mater Dei HS (Santa Ana, CA) [offered July 2017; committed to Stanford, June 2019]
Kiya Dorroh, 6-1 G, Sabino HS (Tucson, AZ) [offered November 2017; Cal not among 10 finalists announced in September 2019]
Latasha Lattimore, 6-4 F, Royal Crown Academic School (Toronto, ON) [Cal among six finalists announced in February 2020; not among three finalists announced in April 2020]
Rayah Marshall, 6-3 G, Lynwood HS (CA) [Cal among three finalists announced in August 2020; committed to Southern Cal, September 2020]
See next page for 2022 commitments and targets for Cal women’s basketball
Disclaimers: The roster information, offers, and commitments are all unofficial. Offers come and go, so some offers listed may no longer be on the table, and some offers are erroneously reported. In addition, the target lists are inevitably incomplete because offers are not publicly reported for many prospects.