Former Rutgers player Ciani Cryor will not be grad-transferring to New Mexico. She has decided to turn pro instead.
“CC notified us Monday night that she’s going to forego her last year of college and play professionally,” Bradbury said Thursday. “It’s not ideal, but we’ve got talented point guards. We’ll be fine.”
Karley Larson, who was on the Kansas State cross country team as a freshman in 2018-19, has announced that she’s transferring to UTSA (C-USA) and will join their basketball team. She’s a 5-7 guard who attended Underwood HS (IA).
Rutgers announced the addition of Danielle Migliore (5-7 JR guard, Frankfort, NY), a grad transfer from St. Bonaventure.
A 5-7 guard from Frankfort, New York, Migliore (pronounced Mig-lore-ee) joins the Scarlet Knights after playing the last three seasons at St. Bonaventure. During her career with the Bonnies, Migliore averaged 6.4 points and 3.5 rebound per game and totaled 112 made 3-pointers to rank 11th in St. Bonaventure history.
“Danielle was attracted to the Scarlet Knight program by our style of play and as a staff, we believe she will shine in it,” said acting head coach Tim Eatman. “The way our current guards can attack the lanes will allow Danielle to be freed up to get open shots from the perimeter. She can also get to the glass to rebound. One of things we love about Danielle is that she will stick her nose in and fight for rebounds and extra possessions. She is a young woman that Rutgers fans will love to watch play and exemplifies that grit our program believes in.”
Last season, Migliore knocked down 39 shots from beyond the arc and added in 5.6 points per game to go along with 3.0 rebounds per contest in 29 games. She logged a season-high 19 points over Canisius and posted a double-double effort of 13 points and 10 rebounds at Denver. Additionally, Migliore sank four shot from beyond the arc and finished with 15 points against the Big Ten’s Penn State.
Former UMKC player Bre Beck (5-8 FR point guard, Chicago, IL) is transferring to Wabash Valley, a junior college in Mount Carmel, Illinois.
Sarah Mortensen (6-1 JR guard/forward, Copenhagen, Denmark) has transferred from Miami (FL) to Villanova (Big East).
Villanova University head women’s basketball coach Harry Perretta today announced that Sarah Mortensen has transferred to Villanova from the University of Miami. Mortensen, who is a 6-1 guard/forward, will sit out the 2019-20 season due to NCAA transfer rules and will have one year of eligibility remaining for the 2020-21 campaign.
“Sarah is a good fit for our style of play. She is an excellent three-point shooter with a good feel for the game,” said Perretta. “We are excited to have Sarah in our program. She has the ability to be a solid contributor for us when she becomes eligible.”
Jasmyne Robinson (5-8 FR guard, Arlington, TX) is transferring from North Texas to Weatherford College (juco).
Utah State transfer Shannon Dufficy (6-2 JR guard/forward, Preston, Victoria, Australia) is reportedly down to Duke, Missouri, and Utah. She was named All-Mountain West for the 2018-19 season after averaging a double-double: 15.8 PPG and 10.3 RPG.
Sedona Prince (6-7 FR center, Liberty Hill, TX) has announced that she’s transferring from Texas. She sat out the 2018-19 season after suffering a broken leg prior to the season. Ranked #8 in the 2018 class by espnW, she chose Texas over five other finalists: UConn, Louisville, Notre Dame, Oregon State, and TCU.