Transfer News, January 2020

News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools. Items listed in reverse chronological order.

Two Indiana players are transferring:

  • Shaila Beeler, 5-7 FR point guard, Indianapolis, IN
  • Bendu Yeaney, 5-10 JR wing, Portland, OR


Morehead State announces the addition of Eternati Willock (6-4 JR center, Scarborough, ON) as a midyear transfer, after her brief sojourn at Middle Tennessee, which followed earlier stints at New Mexico JC and Kansas State, a collegiate journey in which she began as a North Carolina signee-turned-nonenrollee.

Morehead State Women’s Basketball head coach Greg Todd and staff are pleased to announce the addition of highly-touted 6-foot-4 transfer forward Eternati Willock.

Willock, who briefly signed with Middle Tennessee during the spring of 2019, most recently played at New Mexico Junior College where she was the nation’s No.2-rated JUCO post prospect and led the team to a 30-5 season and a runner-up finish in the NJCAA National Tournament. Willock will be eligible following the fall 2020 semester.

“We’re glad to have Eternati joining our program,” said Todd. “I feel she will make a tremendous impact on our team and produce on both ends of the court. She will be a rim protector on the defensive end and give us a versatile offensive option that can score inside as well as shoot from the outside.”


Chanin Scott (6-0 SR guard, Charlotte, NC) has announced that she’ll be grad-transferring to North Carolina A&T (MEAC) after earning her degree from Georgia Tech in May. She hasn’t played for the Yellow Jackets this season.


St. Bonaventure (A-10) officially announces the addition of former Cal State Bakersfield player I’yanna Lops (6-3 FR forward, Stamford, CT), a midyear transfer.

I’yanna Lops, a 6-3 forward, has signed an athletics grant-in-aid and will transfer to St. Bonaventure University, Bonnies head coach Jesse Fleming announced.

Lops is a mid-season transfer from Cal State Bakersfield where she spent one semester of her freshman season. Lops will sit the remainder of the 2019-20 season and the fall semester of the 2020-21 season. She will be eligible to play in spring of 2021 and will have two and a half years of eligibility remaining.


Former Nicholls State player Yasmin Perez (5-4 SO guard, Deltona, FL) has transferred to Georgia Southwestern (D-II).


Rhode Island (A-10) officially announces the addition of Virginia transfer Yanni Hendley (5-7 FR combo guard, Bowie MD), who has four years of eligibility.

Hendley comes to Kingston with four years of eligibility. The Wilmington, Del. native did not see playing time in her tenure with the Cavaliers. She helped lead Ursuline Academy to the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association state title in both 2016 and 2017 before transferring to Riverdale Baptist and playing on the 2018 Independent School National Champion squad. “What I love most about her is her competitive nature, especially on the defensive end,” Reiss added. “This is a great get for us.”


Former Pitt player Jasmine Whitney, a 5-9 PG out of Centreville, VA, is grad-transferring to George Washington (A-10). She was not on Pitt’s 2019-20 roster.

GW women’s basketball head coach Jennifer Rizzotti announced the addition of Jasmine Whitney to the program as a graduate transfer for the 2020-21 campaign.

Whitney recently graduated with a degree in Psychology from Pittsburgh and has enrolled at GW for the spring semester. She will be eligible to compete next season per NCAA transfer regulations. . . .

A native of nearby Centreville, Va., Whitney appeared in 91 games during her three years at Pitt, starting 75 as one of the top guards in program history. She led the Panthers in assists for three straight years and is ninth in program annals with 374 assists (4.1/game). At the time of her departure, she was the only active player in the ACC to record three straight seasons of 100+ assists.

Additionally, the 5-foot-9 guard ranks 10th in Pitt’s all-time record book with 162 steals (1.8/game), leading the team each of her last two campaigns. She set a new career high with 9.6 points per game last year, reaching double figures 13 times with a pair of 20-point performances.


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