Washington Women’s Basketball Recruiting

Conference: Pac-12

Head Coach: Tina Langley (2nd season in 2022-23)

Official Huskies roster

Unofficial Washington Women’s Basketball Scholarship Chart

Note: The NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to 2020-21 D-I winter sports athletes (including women’s basketball players). Programs were allowed to exceed the 15-scholarship limit for the 2021-22 season only (and only for their own returning players). Until there is definitive word that a player will be taking advantage of this extra year, the WBB Blog scholarship charts will not reflect this extra eligibility.

Personnel Notes:

  • March/April 2021 portal entrants: Quay Miller (to Colorado) and Tameiya Sadler (to Colorado), as well as Haley Van Dyke and Nia Lowery (both of whom later withdraw from portal, returning to UW for 2021-22)
  • April 2021: Tina Langley is hired as the new head coach (press release); her assistant coaches: Katie Faulkner, Latara King, and Dan Tacheny (press release)
  • April 2021: AJ Marotte (2021 signee) gains release from her NLI (and signs with Oregon State)
  • May 2021: Nancy Mulkey grad-transfers in from Rice (press release)
  • May 2021: Khayla Rooks grad-transfers to UNLV
  • May 2021: Lauren Schwartz transfers in from Rice (press release)
  • June 2021: Trinity Oliver grad-transfers in from Baylor (press release)
  • July 2021: Teagan Brown (2022) commits to UW
  • September 2021: Grace Beasley enters the transfer portal … eventually landing at Montana State
  • September 2021: two 2022 prospects commit to UW—Elle Ladine and Hannah Stines
  • December 2021: Avery VanSickle enters her name into the transfer portal … eventually landing at Stephen F. Austin
  • March 2022: Olivia Pollerd and Marisa Davis-Jones enter their names into the transfer portal
  • June 2022: Shayla Gillmer (2022) signs with Washington
  • August 2022: two 2023 prospects—Chloe Briggs and Sayvia Sellers—commit to Washington
  • October 2022: two 2023 prospects—Olivia Anderson and Ari Long—commit to Washington

2022 Washington Women’s Basketball Commitments

*Teagan Brown, 5-10 G, Oak Ridge HS (El Dorado Hills, CA) [offered May 2021; committed 7/4/2021]

Shayla Gillmer, 6-1 W, Aliso Niguel HS (Aliso Viejo, CA) [signed 6/2/2022]

*Elle Ladine, 5-11 SG, Pinewood HS (Los Altos Hills, CA) [committed 9/19/2021; other finalists: Cal, Colorado, Iowa State, Rice, and Southern Cal]

*Hannah Stines, 5-10 CG, Troy HS (Fullerton, CA) [committed 9/19/2021]

*announced as signed 11/10/2021

Former Targets

Kennedy Basham, 6-7 C, Phoenix PHH Prep (AZ) [offered September 2020; Washington not among six finalists announced in February 2021]

Amaya Bonner, 6-0 SG/W, Bishop O’Dowd HS (Oakland, CA) [offered July 2019; committed to Cal, May 2021]

Alyssa Crockett, 6-2 W, Westfield HS (IN) [offered September 2020; committed to Michigan, March 2021]

Maggie Mendelson, 6-5 C, Fremont HS (Plain City, UT) {reclassified from 2023} [Washington among four finalists; committed to Nebraska, November 2021]

Maya Nnaji, 6-3 F, Hopkins HS (Minnetonka, MN) [offered September 2020; Washington not among 13 finalists announced in October 2020]

Paulina Paris, 5-8 PG, Saddle River Day School (NJ) [Washington among five finalists announced in September 2021; committed to North Carolina, October 2021]

Kam’Ren Rhodes, 5-5 PG, Sabino HS (Tucson, AZ) [offered July 2019; committed to Dayton, February 2021]

Lilly Stoddard, 6-4 F/C, Crown Point HS (IN) [offered September 2020; committed to Purdue, November 2020]

See next page for 2023 commitments and targets for Washington women’s basketball

Disclaimers: The roster information, offers, and commitments are all unofficial. Offers come and go, so some offers listed may no longer be on the table, and some offers are erroneously reported. In addition, the target lists are inevitably incomplete because offers are not publicly reported for many prospects.

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