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Transfer News, December 2019


Sedona Prince, who transferred to Oregon after spending her freshman year at Texas, has had her transfer waiver application and appeal denied by the NCAA.

(12/11/2019)


Junior point guard Mahaley Holit, out of Charlotte, NC, is transferring from Hampton and has placed her name in the portal, per a source. She averaged 8.4 PPG, 4.0 RPG, and a Big South–leading 5.0 APG during the 2018-19 season.

(12/10/2019)


Former Arizona State player Eva Rubin (6-5 JR center, Flossmoor, IL) is transferring to Illinois, returning to her home state as a midyear transfer.

Former Arizona State center Eva Rubin signed a Big Ten Tender to play at the University of Illinois. The former Illinois all-state selection from Homewood-Flossmoor will have two years of eligibility remaining beginning in the spring semester next season.

The 6-foot-5 Rubin had a standout career at Homewood-Flossmoor, averaging 15 points and eight rebounds as a senior and 11 points and nine rebounds as a junior. The Illinois Basketball Coaches Association selected her to the all-state fourth team as a junior and all-state second team as a senior, as she led Homewood-Flossmoor to a combined 48-8 record during her junior and senior seasons.

(12/7/2019)


Two more transfer waivers have been granted:

  • Rayshel Brown, who transferred from La Salle to Siena (press release)
  • Marcella Lamark, who transferred from Texas Tech to Pitt

(12/5/2019)


Rose Caverly (5-10 SO guard, Brick, NJ) is transferring from Vermont. She was averaging 11.1 PPG and 6.8 RPG this season for the Catamounts.

Caverly, a native of Brick, New Jersey, informed coach Alisa Kresge of her decision to leave the program on Tuesday morning, according to the school.

“Over the past two seasons Rose has been an integral part of our program,” Kresge said in the news release. “We wish her well in her future endeavors.”

(12/4/2019)


Mikayla Coombs, who transferred to Georgia after two years at UConn, has had her transfer waiver appeal denied. That makes at least five transfer waiver applications from women’s basketball players that the NCAA has denied (two to players now at Georgia; see the transfer waiver tracker).

Mikayla Coombs will not play for the Georgia women’s basketball team this season after the program had its transfer waiver denied by the NCAA, Lady Bulldogs head coach Joni Taylor told The Telegraph on Tuesday.

UGA learned of the verdict on Nov. 25 following its loss to Villanova.

(12/3/2019)


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