News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools. Items listed in reverse chronological order.
- Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2020–Summer 2021
- Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2019–Summer 2020.
“We are super excited to welcome Sevval Gul to our Billiken family,” Stone said. “She’s a 6’4 post player who will add experience and depth inside for us.”
Gul, a transfer from the University of Arizona, spent her 2019-20 freshman season and the beginning of this year with the Wildcats.
Prior to Arizona, Gul played for the Turkish National Team. She averaged 11 points and nine rebounds for the U18 team at the 2018 European Championships. She also played on the U20 team in the U20 European Championships, as well as the U16 team in the 2015 European Championships.
Carr took the league by storm her freshman season, averaging 18.0 points on her way to an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection. Her 558 points that year were the third most by a freshman in Lady Raider history. In addition to her scoring prowess her freshman season, she added 3.8 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 1.6 steals per contest. . . .
“I am thrilled to welcome Chrislyn to Baylor University and to the Lady Bears basketball team,” Mulkey said. “She brings a scoring ability and quickness that will be a great addition to our backcourt. CC is already in Waco, taking classes and getting acclimated to her new home.” . . .
Carr’s eligibility and availability to join the Lady Bears on the floor is to be determined.
DePaul transfer Maya Stovall (5-7 JR point guard, St. Louis, MO) has landed at Memphis (AAC).
The University of Memphis women’s basketball team and head coach Melissa McFerrin announce the addition of transfer guard Maya Stovall from DePaul University Wednesday afternoon.
“We are excited to welcome Maya to the University of Memphis,” said McFerrin. “She’s a quick and aggressive point guard who is great in the open court, can create for herself and her teammates and takes pride in running a team. As a transfer from DePaul, she brings a wealth of high-level experience and a tough winning mentality.”
While at DePaul, Stovall appeared in 59 games and had 14 starts. She averaged 2.25 points per game with one rebound and 1.41 assists. She recorded three double digit performances.
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