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Who’s In, Who’s Out: Power 5 Transfers for the 2020–21 Season

Tracking transfers in women’s basketball to and from Power 5 schools for the 2020–21 season, arranged by conference. For transfers in, only those from other D-I schools are included. For transfers out, only those whose new school is known are listed. Overall and conference-specific statistics are included, providing a breakdown of where players are going or coming from. (Last updated: May 18, 2020)

See also:

  • Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2019–Summer 2020
  • Who’s In, Who’s Out: Big East Transfers for the 2020-21 Season

  • Overall Stats for all Power 5 Schools

    Transfers In: 65
          From Power 5: 44
               Big Ten: 13
               SEC: 11
               ACC: 8
               Big 12: 8
               Pac-12: 4
          From non-P5: 21
               Big East: 4
               Mountain West: 3
               ASUN, A-10, Big West, Ivy, SoCon: 2 each
               AAC, Big Sky, C-USA, Patriot: 1 each

    Transfers Out: 93
          To Power 5: 44
               Big Ten: 14
               SEC: 11
               ACC: 7
               Pac-12: 7
               Big 12: 5
          To non-P5: 49
               Big East: 8
               A-10: 7
               C-USA: 7
               WCC: 7
               Big Sky, Big West, Horizon, juco: 2 each
               America East, ASUN, CAA, MEAC, MVC, Mountain West, OVC, SoCon, Southland, Summit, Sun Belt, NAIA: 1 each

    Overall number of intraconference Power 5 transfers: 13


    ACC

    Stats

    Transfers In: 15
          From Power 5: 8
               Big Ten: 3
               ACC: 2
               Big 12: 1
               Pac-12: 1
               SEC: 1
          From non-P5: 7
               Big East, Mountain West: 2 each
               ASUN, Big West, SoCon: 1 each

    Transfers Out: 20
          To Power 5: 7
               ACC: 2
               Big 12: 2
               Big Ten: 1
               Pac-12: 1
               SEC: 1
          To non-P5: 13
               A-10: 4
               C-USA: 3
               America East, CAA, Horizon, MEAC, OVC, SoCon: 1 each


    Boston College

    [none in or out]


    Clemson

    OUT
    • Isis Lopes, 5-11 FR guard, Melbourne, Australia → UTEP (C-USA)


    Duke

    OUT
    • Azana Baines, 6-1 FR guard, Blackwood, NJ → Virginia Tech (ACC)
    • Kyra Lambert, 5-9 GR point guard, Cibolo, TX (grad xfer) → Texas (Big 12)


    Florida State

    IN
    • Sara Bejedi, 5-7 FR guard, Espoo, Finland / Arizona State (Pac-12)
    • Tiana England, 5-7 RS JR point guard, Stamford, CT (grad xfer) / St. John’s (Big East)
    • Erin Howard, 6-1 SO wing, Madison, WI / Auburn (SEC)
    [press release on addition of Bejedi, England, and Howard]

    OUT
    • London Clarkson, 6-2 FR forward, Pflugerville, Texas → Virginia (ACC)


    Georgia Tech

    IN
    • Aixa Wone Aranaz, 6-3 FR forward, Pamplona, Spain / Ohio State (Big Ten) [press release]

    OUT
    • Jasmine Carson, 5-10 SO guard, Memphis, TN → West Virginia (Big 12)
    • Anne Francoise Diouf, 6-4 RS JR forward, Dakar, Senegal (grad xfer) → James Madison (CAA)
    • Daijah Jefferson, 6-2 RS SO forward, Hopewell, VA (grad xfer with two years’ eligibility) → George Mason (A-10)
    • Chanin Scott, 6-0 SR guard, Charlotte, NC (grad xfer) → North Carolina A&T (MEAC)


    Louisville

    OUT
    • Lindsey Duvall, 5-9 RS SO guard, Mount Washington, KY (grad xfer) → Northern Kentucky (Horizon)
    • Seygan Robins, 5-10 SO guard, Harrodsburg, KY → UT Martin (OVC)


    Miami (FL)

    IN
    • Karla Erjavec, 5-10 SO guard, Zagreb, Croatia / Wyoming (Mountain West) [press release]

    OUT
    • Iggy Allen, 5-10 RS JR guard, Pompano Beach, FL (grad xfer) → Florida Atlantic (C-USA)


    North Carolina

    IN
    • Petra Holešínská, 5-10 RS JR guard, Vracov, Czech Republic (grad xfer) / Illinois (Big Ten) [press release]
    • Ariel Young, 6-1 SO guard, Tallahassee, FL (midyear transfer) / Michigan (Big Ten) [press release]

    OUT
    • Lexi Duckett, 5-11 FR guard, Daytona Beach, FL → Wisconsin (Big Ten)
    • Emily Sullivan, 6-4 RS JR forward, Evansville, IN (grad xfer) → Florida (SEC)
    • Naomi Van Nes, 6-6 SR center, Dorchester, England (grad xfer) → Mercer (SoCon)


    North Carolina State

    IN
    • Raina Perez, 5-4 RS JR guard, Goodyear, AZ (grad xfer) / Cal State Fullerton (Big West) [press release]


    Notre Dame

    [none in or out]


    Pitt

    IN
    • Jayla Everett, 5-10 SO point guard, St. Louis, MO / New Mexico (Mountain West) [press release]
    • Destiny Strother, 5-9 FR shooting guard, Flint, MI / Marquette (Big East) [press release]

    OUT
    • Alayna Gribble, 6-0 SR wing, Pittsburgh, PA (grad xfer who was not on Pitt’s 2019-20 roster) → Saint Joseph’s (A-10)
    • Kyla Nelson , 5-11 JR guard, Worthing, England → FIU (C-USA)
    • Jasmine Whitney, 5-9 JR point guard, Centreville, VA (grad xfer who was not on Pitt’s 2019-20 roster) → George Washington (A-10)


    Syracuse

    [none in or out]


    Virginia

    IN
    • London Clarkson, 6-2 FR forward, Pflugerville, TX / Florida State (ACC)
    • Emily Maupin, 6-3 RS SO center, Charlottesville, VA (grad xfer with two years’ eligibility) / Liberty (ASUN)
    • Tihana Stojsavljevic, 6-3 RS JR forward, Zagreb, Croatia (midyear grad xfer, with eligibility in 2020-21 as well) / Texas Tech (Big 12) [press release]

    OUT
    • Yanni Hendley, 5-7 FR combo guard, Bowie MD → Rhode Island (A-10)


    Virginia Tech

    IN
    • Azana Baines, 6-1 FR guard, Blackwood, NJ / Duke (ACC)
    • Da’Ja Green, 5-6 JR point guard, Ellenwood, GA (grad xfer) / Wofford (SoCon)

    OUT
    • Trinity Baptiste, 6-0 JR forward, Tampa, FL (grad xfer) → Arizona (Pac-12)


    Wake Forest

    OUT
    • Ellen Hahne, 5-11 SO guard, Stockholm, Sweden → Albany (America East)

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