Transfer News, June 2019

Kansas State transfer Sarah Bates (5-9 SO guard, Fresno, CA) announced her commitment to Georgia Tech, a school she visited this week right after visiting Colorado.

Bates never played at K-State, having sat out the 2018-19 season after transferring from UC Santa Barbara.


Abby Mangum (6-0 FR forward, Eagle, ID) is transferring from BYU to Westminster College, a D-II school in Salt Lake City, Utah.


Siena announces two player departures via the transfer portal:

  • Maddie Sims (6-2 JR forward, Mount Laurel, NJ)
  • Hanna Strawn (5-4 FR guard, Binghamton, NY)

Sims was the team’s leading scorer and rebounder in the 2018-19 season.

Siena Women’s Basketball rising senior Maddie Sims and rising sophomore Hanna Strawn have informed the program of their intentions to transfer. The duo have both asked to have their names entered into the NCAA transfer portal.

“We wish Maddie and Hanna the best of luck in their future endeavors,” said head coach Ali Jaques.

A native of Mount Laurel, New Jersey, Sims was a Second Team All-MAAC selection this past season. She appeared in all 30 games (28 starts), and averaged 12.1 points and 7.8 rebounds per game.

Strawn saw action in 17 games during her freshman season, averaging 11.2 minutes per contest. The Binghamton, New York product averaged 2.2 points per game.

Both Sims and Strawn depart Siena College in good academic standing.


Oakland (Horizon) announces the addition of Breanna Perry (6-1 SO forward, Mt. Morris, MI), a transfer from Temple.

Transfer Breanna Perry will join the Oakland women’s basketball team announced head coach Jeff Tungate on Friday. Perry comes to Oakland after playing two seasons at Temple and will be eligible for the 2020-21 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

“Breanna Perry will be one of the most athletic players to ever put on an Oakland uniform,” said Tungate. “She can run the floor, block shots and rebound coupled with an extremely high motor and never gets tired. She fits perfectly with our fast-paced style and will make everyone around her better.”


Kansas State transfer Sarah Bates (5-9 SO guard, Fresno, CA) took an official visit this week to Colorado.


New Mexico State (WAC) has landed Irene Grace Colaivalu (5-7 RS SO point guard, Sacramento, CA), a transfer from Colorado State. She will sit out the 2019-20 season.

Head coach Brooke Atkinson and New Mexico State women’s basketball announced the signing of Colorado State transfer Irene Grace Colaivalu on Thursday.

“Grace is a dynamic, pass-first guard who is going to be able to fill multiple positions for us,” Atkinson said. “She’s a play-maker with great floor vision and a big personality that will make her a fan favorite!”


Texas transfer Sedona Prince (6-7 FR center, Liberty Hill, TX) will take an official visit to UConn starting on Tuesday.

Next week, Auriemma and the Huskies will get the opportunity to make another impression. Prince, a 6-foot-7 center, is expected to arrive in Storrs on Tuesday to begin a two-day visit to UConn after announcing last week her decision to leave the Longhorns due to medical reasons. Her mother, Tambra, confirmed the trip on Wednesday.


Andeija Puckett (6-2 SO forward, Griffin, GA) announced that she’s transferring from Cincinnati to Ole Miss. Oddly enough, she made her decision without visiting the school.

“I’ve never visited. I haven’t visited Ole Miss. I was supposed to visit Tuesday, but there was a change of plans. Everything was directly over the phone. There was a lot of texting and face timing. I know what Coach Yo’ expects out of me, so I won’t be blindsided by what I have to do in order to make a difference on the team,” Puckett said.

“I’m going to be on campus on the 26th, so there’s really no reason for me to take that visit now. Ole Miss is the school where I wanted to be.”



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