News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools. Items listed in reverse chronological order.
Gabby Standifer (5-11 SO wing, Argyle, TX) has signed with Texas State (Sun Belt) as a grad transfer from Fresno State.
“Gabby is a perfect fit for our program,” Coach Antoine said. “From the moment she arrived on campus, our team, our coaches, and our faculty/staff all realized that she is a competitor in the classroom and on the court. We have watched Gabby compete on the basketball floor, and be successful both scholastically and collegiately. But what is even more impressive is that this young lady has received her bachelor’s degree in two years.”
Standifer comes to Texas State after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in education and playing one season with the Bulldogs. She will pursue a master’s degree in education at Texas State. Standifer played in 15 games as a freshman and scored a season-best 12 points at San Jose State.
Rutgers player Noga Peleg Pelc (5-7 SO guard, Even Yehuda, Israel) will be entering her name into the transfer portal.
Noga Peleg Pelc has left the Rutgers women’s basketball team due to personal reasons, effective immediately. She has declared her intention to enter the NCAA transfer portal.
The Even Yehuda, Israel native played in 40 games for the Scarlet Knights – 32 as a freshman and eight as a sophomore this season – with 186 points and 45 made three-point field goals.
Saint Peter’s player Phylina Holmes (5-11 SO forward, Warsaw, NC) has entered her name into the transfer portal, per a source. She’s no longer listed on their roster.
“I appreciate Kae’s time and contributions this year,” said head coach Kevin McGuff. “I wish her nothing but great success moving forward.”