Transfer News, July 2019

Siena (MAAC) officially announces the addition of La Salle transfer Rayshel Brown (5-8 SO guard, Staten Island, NY), along with two freshmen: Queralt Pujol and Chyvon Thomas.

Siena Women’s Basketball Head Coach Ali Jaques has announced the addition of three more newcomers to the program. La Salle transfer Rayshel Brown and freshmen Queralt Pujol and Chyvon Thomas have officially joined the Saints.

Siena is now set to welcome six newcomers to its 2019-20 roster – five of whom are true freshmen – with the addition of Brown, Pujol, and Thomas. The Saints signed New York State co-Class A State Player of the Year Julia Hauer during the early signing period last fall, and inked fellow freshmen Sevval Istanbulluoglu and espnW Top-30 point guard Ashley Williamson this spring.


South Carolina grad transfer Te’a Cooper (5-8 RS JR guard, Powder Springs, GA) lands at Baylor.

For the second-straight year Baylor women’s basketball head coach Kim Mulkey will have a starting All-SEC guard join the program as a grad transfer with the intent of switching to point guard. South Carolina standout Te’a Cooper will join Baylor as a graduate transfer for the 2019-20 season, Mulkey announced Thursday.

Chloe Jackson was Baylor’s first ever grad transfer last season, helping the Lady Bears to their third NCAA Championship, and she won the NCAA Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player Award after transferring from LSU where she was an All-SEC selection.

Baylor, Mulkey and Cooper look to build on that blueprint for success in 2019-20.

“As most who follow the Lady Bears know Chloe Jackson, changed my mind about graduate transfers after such a great experience last year,” Mulkey said. “We’re excited to bring another extremely talented guard in this season in Te’a Cooper. She’s brings a lot of experience to our team, she’s a battle-tested guard and we are looking forward to ways she can help the program.”


Canisius (MAAC) announces the addition of AJ Timbers (6-0 RS JR wing, Philadelphia, PA), a grad transfer from St. Francis (Pa.) who started her college career at Towson.

Timbers arrives on Main Street after spending the last two seasons as a member of the Saint Francis (Pa.) women’s basketball program.

As a member of the Red Flash, Timbers appeared in 23 games, averaging 2.8 points and 1.2 rebounds per game. Last season, the 6-foot-0 wing recorded a season-high eight points in 17 minutes against St. Francis Brooklyn.


Detroit Mercy (Horizon) announces the addition of two D-I transfers:

  • Nicole Johanson (6-5 RS FR center, Herscher, IL) / Valparaiso
  • Aly Reiff (5-11 SO guard, South Whitley, IN) / Xavier

The University of Detroit Mercy women’s basketball program and head coach Bernard Scott has announced the addition of two transfers with redshirt sophomore forward Nicole Johanson and junior guard Aly Reiff joining the Titans. Both student-athletes are enrolled in school and have joined the Titans for summer workouts.


Wichita State transfer Alyssia Faye 6-2 SO forward, Valence, France) has landed at Charleston Southern (Big South). The Buccaneers also announced the addition of juco transfer Carmella Walker (5-9 guard, Daytona State College).

Charleston Southern women’s basketball coach Fred Applin announced the addition of Carmella Walker and Alyssia Faye to the 2019-20 Buccaneers roster.

The transfer duo joins the six-player signing class announced this past November and will help provide a measure of experience and depth to the CSU lineup heading into this year.

“We graduated six seniors, so this has been an extremely important recruiting year for CSU women’s basketball,” Applin said. “I’m very excited about signing Carmella and Alyssia to the Buc Family.”


Sedona Prince says she’ll be “pushing” for an immediate-eligibility waiver that would enable her to play at Oregon during the 2019-20 season. She’s hearing there’s “a good chance” she’ll get it.

“I’ll be pushing for that waiver,” she said in a phone interview. “I’ve heard from a few people that there’s a good chance that I’ll get it. They know the full story and know what’s been going on… If I do get that waiver, watch out, national championship here we come.”


Oregon is the choice for former Texas player Sedona Prince (6-7 FR center, Liberty Hill, TX), who also considered UConn and Notre Dame.


Deja Church (5-10 SO guard, Southfield, MI), the former Michigan player who transferred to DePaul, has announced that she’s been granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA, enabling her to play during the 2019-20 season.



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