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Transfer News, August 2019


Augusta (D-II) announced two D-I transfer additions:

  • Jalea Gray, 5-11 SO forward, Lawrenceville, GA / Savannah State
  • Zairya West, 5-4 SO guard, Raleigh, NC / Norfolk State

(8/13/2019)


Tarleton (D-II) has announced the signing of former UTEP player Alexa Hoy (5-9 SO guard, Rockwall, TX).

(8/13/2019)


Shawnee State, an NAIA school located in Portsmouth, Ohio, has officially announced the addition of Cleveland State transfer Anyia Pride (6-1 SO forward, Cincinnati, OH).

(8/8/2019)


Former Wisconsin player Jasmine Hale (5-9 FR guard, Cincinnati, OH) has announced that she’s transferring to Ohio (MAC).

(8/8/2019)


Bentley University, a D-II school in Waltham, Massachusetts, officially announces the addition of Kari Brekke (5-6 FR point guard, Appleton, WI), a transfer from New Hampshire who was the 2018-19 America East Rookie of the Year.

Bentley University women’s basketball coach Barbara Stevens has bolstered her roster for the coming season with the addition of sophomore guard Kari Brekke (Appleton, Wisc./ Appleton North HS), the 2018-19 America East Rookie of the Year while playing for the University of New Hampshire.

Brekke was the only player who started every game for the Wildcats last season. She led all America East freshmen in scoring and finished the year with averages of 10.0 points, 2.9 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.2 steals. Her 51 three-pointers was the ninth highest total in the conference.

(8/8/2019)


Northern Arizona (Big Sky) picks up a grad transfer from LIU Brooklyn: Seneca Richards (5-11 JR guard, Mesa, AZ).

The Northern Arizona women’s basketball team rounded out their 2019-20 roster with the late summer addition of Seneca Richards, announced by head coach Loree Payne on Thursday. Richards, a graduate transfer from LIU Brooklyn, will be eligible to play for the Lumberjacks immediately this upcoming fall.

“Seneca is someone who we don’t quite have right now,” Payne said. “She is a pure shooter. Anyone who watched her play in high school knows she can knock down the outside shot. She has deep range, and she is a taller guard who adds an element to our team that will be really helpful this upcoming season.”

Richards, a 5-11 guard, returns to the state of Arizona after graduating Magna Cum Laude from LIU Brooklyn with her degree in psychology in just three years. Originally from Mesa where she was a two-time All-State Honorable Mention player at Red Mountain High School, Richards brings nearly 70 games of Division I experience with her to Flagstaff.

(8/8/2019)


Jasmine Hale (5-9 FR guard, Cincinnati, OH) is transferring from Wisconsin, with plans to head closer to home.

(8/7/2019)


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