Women’s Basketball Transfer News, July 2021

Utah transfer Donna Ntambue (5-9 FR guard, Montreal, Quebec) has landed at Northeastern (CAA).

Donna Ntambue has signed to play for the Northeastern women’s basketball team announced by first-year head coach Bridgette Mitchell on Thursday. Ntambue, a native of Montreal, Quebec, transferred from Utah where she was a two-sport student-athlete in women’s basketball and track.

Ntambue, a 5-foot-9 rising sophomore, played in six games as a true freshman for the Utes, averaging 1.2 points per game off the bench and nabbing 2 steals in her 20 minutes played. She was the No. 13 recruit in her class according to Crown Scout Girls Rankings, averaging 16.7 points, 1.4 assists and 9.5 rebounds per game in 2018-19 at Niagara Prep High School. 


Coastal Carolina grad transfer Kaylin West (5-7 SR guard, Bethlehem, PA) has landed at Georgetown (Big East).

Georgetown University Head Women’s Basketball Coach James Howard announced the addition of graduate transfer Kaylin West to the 2021-22 roster. She will join 10 returners as well as four freshmen and one additional graduate transfer for the upcoming campaign, which will be Howard’s fifth at the helm.


Morehead State (OVC) officially announces three transfer additions (along with 2021 signee Morgan Browing): Alana Denson (Coastal Carolina), Cayla Petree (Utah State), and Terri Smith (Southeast Missouri).

In putting together her first signing class at the helm of the Morehead State women’s basketball program, head coach Cayla Petree has announced the signings of Morgan Browning, Alana Denson, Terri Smith, and Paris Williams as a members of the Eagle program’s 2021-22 signing class.


South Alabama grad transfer Jadona Davis (6-5 RS JR center, Buckatunna, MS) has landed at Louisiana Tech (C-USA), their fourth D-I transfer addition of the off-season. She started her college career at Middle Tennessee.

Louisiana Tech just got a little taller.

Head coach Brooke Stoehr announced the addition of 6-foot-5-inch forward Jadona Davis to the Lady Techster roster as a graduate transfer.

Davis spent the past two years at South Alabama after beginning here collegiate career at Middle Tennessee.

“We are excited to add Jadona to the Lady Techster family,” said Stoehr. “She brings great length and experience to our group. Jadona will add depth to our interior attack as a shot blocker and scorer. We look forward to her joining us in Ruston as she pursues a graduate degree from Louisiana Tech.” 

Davis played at Wayne County High School in Mississippi where she earned all-state honors her senior season after averaging 20 points, 11 rebounds and 6 blocks per game. She was selected as the region 5-5A Offensive Player of the Year that season and was a McDonald’s All-American nominee.

“I am excited to join the Louisiana Tech Women’s basketball family,” said Davis. “It is an honor to be a part of a program with such great history and a remarkable legacy. I chose to play for Coach Stoehr because of the energy and commitment she dedicates to the team. I believe dynamic success is in store for Louisiana Tech, and I look forward to contributing to the elevation of the program.” 


Albany grad transfer Kyara Frames (5-2 SR point guard, Laurel, MD) has landed at George Washington (A-10).

GW women’s basketball head coach Caroline McCombs continued the molding of the team’s 2021-22 roster with the addition of Kyara Frames as a graduate transfer from Albany. Frames is the ninth new addition to the program this year.

“We are thrilled to bring Kyara back home for her final season of eligibility,” McCombs said. “Kyara is a true leader, floor general and competitor. She will add so much value to our team through her experiences up to this point in her collegiate career.”

A Laurel, Md., native, Frames was a team captain and All-Conference point guard for the Great Danes in the America East, going toe-to-toe with McCombs’ Stony Brook squads over the last four seasons. She made 109 appearances for Albany in her career, starting 78 games while averaging 8.2 ppg and 2.5 apg.

The 5-foot-2 point guard led the Great Danes in 3-point percentage (.357), made 3s (25) and steals (21) during the 2020-21 season, posting double digits on nine occasions. She was named to the America East Preseason All-Conference Team in 2019-20 following her best year as a sophomore in 2018-19 when she earned Third Team All-Conference honors.


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