Transfer News, September 2019

News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools. Items listed in reverse chronological order.

Louisville announces that Georgia Tech transfers Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon have both been granted immediate-eligibility waivers by the NCAA.

University of Louisville women’s basketball announced today that Georgia Tech transfers Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon have been granted waivers by the NCAA and will be eligible immediately for the 2019-20 season.

Balogun and Dixon come to Louisville after spending their freshman season at Georgia Tech. Balogun was named ACC Freshman of the Year, while Dixon was named to the All-ACC Freshman team.

“We are excited that both Elizabeth Balogun and Elizabeth Dixon will be eligible to play this season,” said head coach Jeff Walz. “They are incredible young women, both on and off the court, and they already have a year of experience in the ACC, which is a huge plus. Adding them really helps us with our depth.”


The 2019-20 roster for Hawai’i Pacific (D-II) includes three D-I transfers:

  • Ally Bates, 5-9 SO guard, Melbourne, Australia / Utah Valley
  • Kristine Sellona, 5-3 RS JR guard, San Diego, CA (grad xfer) / California Baptist
  • Olivia West, 5-6 JR guard, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia / Utah State


The 2019-20 roster for Kentucky Wesleyan (D-II) includes two D-I transfers:

  • Ajanae “AJ” Thomas, 5-9 SO forward, Indianapolis, IN / Indiana State
  • Tahlia Walton, 5-11 FR forward, Stanley, WI / Milwaukee


Angelo State (D-II) has announced that one of its newcomers for the 2019-20 season is Angel Hayden (5-6 SO point guard, Canyon, TX), a transfer from Texas Tech.

Our final junior transfer is Angel Hayden, Angel join us from Texas Tech where she started games in both her freshman and sophomore season. Angel had one of the most successful and decorated high careers in the history of Texas High School Girls’ Basketball at Canyon High, under legendary coach Joe Lombard, and we can’t wait to see what kind of an impact she will make here.”


Eastern Kentucky redshirt junior center I’Liyah Green has been granted an immediate-eligibility waiver by the NCAA, following her transfer from Cincinnati.

Eastern Kentucky University announced today that the NCAA has approved I’Liyah Green’s waiver and she has been ruled immediately eligible to play.

As a redshirt sophomore at the University of Cincinnati, Green appeared in 21 games with one start. She posted eight points, four rebounds and three blocks in a win against Temple. Green scored four points against Miami (OH).


Wagner (NEC) officially announces the addition of Stony Brook transfer LaNiya Miller (5-10 FR guard/forward, Piscataway, NJ). She will sit out the 2019-20 season.


Former Stetson player Mackenzie Davis (5-7 SO guard, Reynoldsburg, OH) has landed at Xavier University of Louisiana, an NAIA school.


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