Western Illinois announces the addition of Saint Louis University transfer Evan Zars (6-2 FR forward, Shawnee, KS).
“Evan is a huge pick up for us,” said head coach JD Gravina. “We recruited her out of high school and felt like she was the perfect player for our system. She proved what she is capable of as a freshman at SLU, and we expect her to be an impact player in the Summit League. Evan will remind many of our fans of Olivia Braun with her shot blocking and rebounding ability, and she’s an extremely well rounded offensive player. She’s also a great student and person!”
Clemson transfer Taylor Hosendove (6-1 FR wing, Atlanta, GA) has landed at Georgia State (Sun Belt).
Former South Carolina player Ladazhia Williams (6-4 SO forward, Bradenton, FL) has announced that she’s transferring to Missouri.
UPDATE: official press release from Missouri (which indicates she’ll be sitting out the 2019-20 season)
Iona transfer Amelia Motz (5-11 JR forward, Canton, OH) has landed at Alaska Anchorage (D-II).
Georgetown (Big East) officially announces two transfer additions:
- Taylor Barnes, 5-8 JR point guard, Memphis, TN (grad xfer) / Memphis
- Jillian Archer, 6-2 FR forward, Santa Monica, CA / Southern Cal
Shug Dickson (5-9 JR guard, St. Louis, MO) has announced that she’s transferring to Missouri. She had transferred from Tulsa to Texas Tech at the midyear point of the 2018-19 season. At Tulsa, she averaged 13.7 PPG and 4.7 RPG during the 2017-18 season.
Dickson has two more years of playing eligibility. She told ABC 17 News she is still in the process of finding out whether or not she can play right away for head coach Robin Pingeton and the Tigers.
UPDATE: official press release from Missouri
North Carolina grad transfer Stephanie Watts (5-11 RS JR guard, Wesley Chapel, NC) has announced that she’s headed to Southern Cal. She’s the second transfer to choose the Trojans this cycle. USC earlier landed former Texas Tech player Emma Merriweather (6-5 SO center, Buena Park, CA).
Michigan State transfer Sidney Cooks (6-4 SO forward, Kenosha, WI) has announced her choice of a new school: Mississippi State.
UPDATE: official press release from Mississippi State (which says she’ll sit out the 2019-20 season)
The transfer of Destiny Littleton (5-9 SO shooting guard, La Jolla, CA) from Texas to South Carolina is now official.