Transfer News, June 2019

La Salle (A-10) announces the addition of Carley Lytton (5-10 RS JR forward, Floyd, VA), a grad transfer from East Tennessee State.

Graduate transfer Carley Lytton has been added to the La Salle women’s basketball roster, head coach Mountain MacGillivray announced Wednesday. Lytton spent the past four years as a member of the women’s basketball team at East Tennessee State University.

“Carly is a proven shooter who can guard multiple positions,” MacGillivray said. “She is going bring an injection of leadership and competitiveness to our team.”


Among four signees announced by Grambling State (SWAC), two are transfers from D-I schools:

  • Keturah Bingham, 6-1 JR forward, Monroe, LA / Central Arkansas
  • Leah Morrow, 5-9 SO guard/forward, Columbus, OH / St. Francis (Pa.)


Another visit reportedly scheduled for Texas transfer Sedona Prince (6-7 FR center, Liberty Hill, TX): Oregon, starting on Saturday (according to this). That will follow visits to UConn and Notre Dame.


Kansas State lands Angela Harris (5-6 JR point guard, Cypress, TX), a grad transfer from Houston.

“I was hearing from a lot of schools, but the two others I visited were George Washington and Kansas. After I visited K-State, I canceled my visits to Rutgers and Temple because I knew that was where I wanted to be,” Harris said to GoPowercat. “When I first put my name into the portal, Coach Mittie called me immediately. They were the only school that had their head coach call me first. That really set them apart.

“I need to have a relationship with the head coach and I have that with Coach Mittie.”

UPDATE: official K-State press release on Harris’s signing


Ella Felkins (6-2 FR center, Spring, TX) has announced that she’s transferring from Georgia Southern to West Texas A&M (D-II).


Boston College transfer Kate Klimkiewicz (6-0 FR wing, Oakton, VA) has landed at Richmond (A-10).

The University of Richmond women’s basketball head coach Aaron Roussell has added ACC transfer Kate Klimkiewicz (Oakton, Va./Paul VI/Boston College), announced on Monday.

“We are thrilled to have Kate join our program,” Roussell said. “She played at one of the best high school programs in the country, as well as one of the top national AAU programs; that experience, along with her time at Boston College will be valuable to her and us at Richmond.”

Klimkiewicz played one season at Boston College playing in 13 games. She finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and three three-pointers made. Her best game came against Rider, scoring seven points off the bench and went 2-for-2 from downtown. Klimkiewicz is a six-foot wing player who earned the McDonald’s All-American nominee honor in 2018 at Paul VI Catholic high school in Oakton, Virginia.


Lipscomb (ASUN) announces the addition of former Kentucky player Dorie Harrison (6-3 SO center, Nashville, TN). Earlier reports had Harrison transferring to Gulf Coast State College (juco).

Harrison suited up for the Kentucky Wildcats during her freshman season before sitting out the 2018-19 campaign due to personal health reasons.

“We are excited to welcome Dorie Harrison back home to Nashville and to add her to the Lipscomb Women’s Basketball family,” Sumski said.

“Beyond Dorie’s basketball playing ability, she is a tremendous person who brings joy to everyone she touches. She also works incredibly hard to excel academically.” . . .

“I’m truly humbled and blessed to be transferring into a culture in which young women are faithfully empowered, encouraged, and cultivated to be great,” Harrison said.

“Lipscomb is a place where I feel supported in my faith, health, and education. I am pleasantly surprised to say that Lipcsomb is a hidden gem found in the heart of my hometown. God has placed his hand over my life and led me to where I’m supposed to be.”



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