Women’s Basketball Transfer News, August 2020

Dixie State (WAC) announces the addition of Long Beach State transfer Shanaijah Davison (5-6 JR guard, Woodland, CA), who averaged 13.5 PPG over her three seasons at LBSU.

Davison, a 5-foot-6 guard from Woodland, California, comes to Dixie State after three seasons at Long Beach State in the Big West Conference.

Davison was a two-time All-Big West Honorable Mention selection at LBSU and also landed on the Big West All-Freshman team in 2017-18. She finished the season as the team’s leading scorer in 2017-18 (13.8 ppg) and 2018-19 (14.0 ppg). Overall, Davison averaged 13.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 2.3 assists per game over her three seasons in a Long Beach State uniform, finishing with 1,198 career points to become just the 26th member of the LBSU women’s basketball 1,000-point club.


Penn State officially announces the addition of SMU transfer Johnasia Cash (6-2 JR forward, McKeesport, PA).

Penn State women’s basketball head coach Carolyn Kieger has announced the additions of SMU transfer Johnasia Cash and incoming freshman Nyam Thornton ahead of the 2020-21 season.

Cash, who averaged a team-leading 11.1 points and 9.4 rebounds per game during her junior season at SMU, will have one year of eligibility remaining. The McKeesport, Pa. native will sit out the 2020-21 season and utilize her eligibility for the 2021-22 season. Thornton, who helped guide her high school team to a pair of state championships, will round out a group of eight freshmen on the 2020-21 Penn State roster.


Baylor officially announces the addition of Penn State transfer Kamaria McDaniel (5-10 JR guard, Inkster, MI). She’s sitting out the 2020-21 season before using her final year of eligibility in 2021-22.

he Baylor women’s basketball team added its third transfer of the offseason with former All-Big Ten guard, Kamaria McDaniel, transferring to the Lady Bears from Penn State. McDaniel ranked second in the Big Ten in scoring last season at 19.8 points per game, and she will have to sit the 2020-21 season before competing in her final season of eligibility in 2021-22.

Out of high school, the Inkster, Mich. native was ranked the No. 30 guard by ESPN’s Hoopgurlz. She had a successful three-year run with the Nittany Lions, highlighted by the 2019-20 season that saw her garner First Team All-Big Ten honors from the media and second-team recognition from the coaches.

McDaniel scored double figures in 28 of 30 games last season, had 14 games with 20 points or more, and she scored a career-high 40 points vs. Pittsburgh, Dec. 5.

In three seasons, she averaged 11.3 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists per contest for PSU. She was a two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, and she made 34 starts in 92 career games played.


Oregon State officially announces the addition of Washington State grad transfer Jovana Subasic (6-4 RS JR forward, Sabac, Serbia).

Subasic will join the Beavers as a graduate transfer from Washington State and will be immediately eligible to play as a redshirt-senior. The 6-foot-4 forward from Sabac, Serbia appeared in 31 games for the Cougars last season, averaging 8.4 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. She shot 45.7 percent from the floor and 40.0 percent from 3-point range in 2019-20, and scored a career-high 19 points against UC Irvine in December. Subasic scored in double-figures 15 times last season, including eight such games during Pac-12 play.

On her collegiate career, Subasic is a 46.5 percent shooter from the floor and shoots over 40 percent from beyond the arc. Prior to joining the Cougars, the forward played in the Serbian National Team’s system, competing in the European Championships at the U-20, U-18 and U-16 levels, as well as the U-19 World Championships. Subasic helped Serbia finish fourth at the 2016 European U-20 Championships.


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