Roster-related news for the 2019-20 D-I women’s basketball season, covering injuries, suspensions, dismissals, roster additions/subtractions, and coaching changes. Items listed in reverse chronological order.
This article has injury updates on three Lobos, including:
Senior point guard Aisia Robertson (knee) is now able to run but has not been cleared for lateral movement or jumping. She hopes to return by midseason.
Senior guard Daisa Alexander, the team’s second-leading scorer in 2018-19, “has been dealing with a shoulder injury.”
The women’s team has just one senior, but she is a good one. Daisa Alexander has scored in double figures the past two seasons and is strong defensively, but she has been dealing with a shoulder injury so getting her well is a high priority.
Freshman guard Zoe Young recently suffered a torn ACL during practice and will miss the 2019-20 season.
Zoe Young, the USA Today Player of the Year in Iowa, will miss her freshman year with the Maryland women’s basketball team after suffering a torn ACL during a recent practice.
A spokeswoman for the program confirmed Wednesday that Young suffered the injury during a noncontact drill earlier this month.
Freshman guard Jada Thorpe will sit out the 2019-20 season after suffering an unspecified injury during the preseason.
Kansas State women’s basketball is down one player before the 2019-20 season even tips off. Wildcats head coach Jeff Mittie announced during the team’s media day Tuesday that true freshman guard Jada Thorpe suffered a season-ending injury in the preseason. Thorpe will sit out the 2019-20 campaign and redshirt.
Categories: 2019–20 season