Transfer Waiver Tracker in D-I Women’s Basketball for 2021-22 Season

List of D-I women’s basketball players who transferred during or following the 2020-21 season and then received an NCAA transfer waiver to play immediately at their new school (arranged alphabetically by new school, with previous school in parentheses; last updated: January 14, 2022). Although many transfers are now automatically eligible at their school without having to sit out a year, others are not, including those who are not transferring for the first time or who did not enter the transfer portal before the July 1, 2021, deadline.

See also: Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2020–Summer 2021


Transfer Waivers Granted

Total: 7

DePaul

  • Kierra Collier (Drake): second transfer (transferred from Washington to Drake following the 2017-18 season)

LSU

Ohio State

  • Taylor Mikesell (Oregon) [tweet]: second transfer (also received a waiver last year after transferring from Maryland to Oregon)

Oregon

  • Taylor Hosendove (Georgia State) [tweet]: second transfer (transferred from Clemson to Georgia State following the 2018-19 season)

Providence

  • Janai Crooms (Michigan State): second transfer (transferred from Ohio State to Michigan State following the 2019-20 season)

Siena

  • Selena Philoxy (Stetson) [press release]: second transfer (transferred from Seton Hall to Stetson following the 2019-20 season)

Tulane


Transfer Waivers Denied

Total: 1

Kansas State

  • Heavenly Greer (Oklahoma)



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