Women’s Basketball Transfer News, March 2021

Utah State (Mountain West) announces its fourth transfer signee: former Pacific player Kaylin Randhawa (6-2 JR wing, Turlock, CA).

 Utah State head women’s basketball coach Kayla Ard announced the signing of Kaylin Randhawa (Turlock, Calif.) to the 2021-22 roster on Saturday.

Randhawa, a 6-foot-2 guard, will join the Aggies as a senior who is immediately able to compete with two years of eligibility remaining after transferring from Pacific. She played three seasons for the Tigers, appearing in 81 contests. As a junior last year, Randhawa ranked fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 7.8 points per contest. She also led the squad from the charity stripe, shooting 81.5 percent (44-of-54) at the free throw line.


Rhode Island (A-10) has signed Providence grad transfer Chanell Williams (5-4 SR point guard, Bronx, NY).

Rhode Island women’s basketball head coach Tammi Reiss announced the signing of Chanell Williams for the 2021-22 season. Williams comes to Kingston as a graduate transfer after spending the last four years at Providence. “I’m so excited to welcome Chanell to our Ram family,” said Reiss. “She is a dynamic guard that fits our culture and system perfectly. Chanell has a competitive fire and tireless energy.”

Williams started all 21 games for the Friars at point in 2020-21. She averaged 9.0 points, 3.4 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 1.2 steals per game as a senior.  Williams led the Friars in assists (64), ranked second in steals (26) and finished third on the team in assist/turnover ratio (+1.23). “She is an excellent defender, rim attacker, distributor, and she pushes the rock in transition which I absolutely love,” added Reiss. “I think her most endearing quality is her passion and love for the game!” Williams led PC and shot a career-best 41-percent from three-point territory (16-39). During her time at Providence, Williams was named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll three times, and earned Freshman of the Week twice during her rookie season in 2017-18. After averaging 6.7 points, 2.7 rebounds, and a team-best 2.6 assists per game that freshman season, she was a unanimous selection to the Big East All-Freshman Team. This year, she earned a spot on the Big East All-Academic Team. 

Williams comes to Kingston with one year of eligibility. “This young woman wants to be a pro and she works on her craft everyday,” finished Reiss. “That is why I cannot wait to get her in Keaney Blue.”


Northeastern grad transfer Stella Clark (5-4 SR point guard, Sea Girt, NJ) has landed at Monmouth (MAAC), currently led by an interim head coach.

The Monmouth University women’s basketball team has announced the addition of Stella Clark (Sea Girt, NJ/Manasquan/Northeastern), who will join the team ahead of the 2021-22 season.

 “We have been fans of Stella for a long time, going back to her time at Manasquan,” said interim head coach James Young. “To bring a player of her caliber and experience into our program only makes us better. Needless to say, I’m beyond excited to bring Stella home to finish her collegiate career.”

Clark played the last four seasons at Northeastern, appearing in 105 games with 62 starts. Throughout her four seasons, she totaled 1,069 points, 449 rebounds, 355 assists, and 127 steals.

As a senior in 2020-21, Clark led the team with 14.0 points per game and was named to the All-CAA Second Team. She started all 20 games for the Huskies, and dropped 27+ points on three separate occasions. Clark also went 42-for-50 (84.0%) from the free throw line.


UAB (C-USA) announces the signing of Arkansas transfer Destinee McGhee (6-2 FR center, Huntsville, AL).

“We are thrilled Destinee chose to join our family at UAB,” Norton said. “She is everything we want in our players. She is of the highest character, gets it done in the classroom and has such a bright future on the court.” 

The 6-foot-2 forward from Huntsville, Ala. spent her freshman season at Arkansas. McGhee played in six games for the Razorbacks in 2020-21, scoring a season-high seven points against SMU in December. 


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