Women’s Basketball Transfer News, September 2020

News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools. Items listed in reverse chronological order. See also: Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2019–Summer 2020.

Maryland officially announces the addition of Cal grad transfer player Alaysia Styles (6-3 F, San Diego, CA). She will graduate from Cal following the fall semester and then join the Terrapins for the spring 2021 semester. During the 2019-20 season, Styles started 30 out of 31 games, averaging 8.4 PPG and 3.9 RPG in 21.6 MPG.

Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese welcomed graduate transfer Alaysia “Birdy” Styles to the program Friday.

Styles, a 6-3 forward from San Diego, played three seasons at California. In her junior season, she averaged 8.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and started in 30 games for the Golden Bears.

“We are thrilled to welcome Alaysia to the Maryland family,” Frese said. “We have known ‘Bird’ since we recruited her back in high school. At 6’3″ and as a grad transfer she will bring immediate size, depth and maturity into our program right away. She is a versatile player that runs the floor hard and can rebound and score from so many areas. On top of that, she comes from a conference where she has gained a tremendous amount of experience in Pac-12 play.  It has been a long awaited time and we can’t wait for her to get here.”

Styles will finish the fall semester at Cal, then will come to College Park for the spring 2021 semester.


Former Lafayette player Jiselle Havas (5-10 SO guard, Windermere, FL) has transferred to Duke as a walk-on.

Duke University women’s basketball head coach Kara Lawson has announced Jiselle Havas has been added to the 2020-21 roster as a walk on.

Havas, a native of Windermere, Fla., played the previous two seasons at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., where she competed in 55 games.  She is coming off a sophomore season where she drained nine three-pointers, while starting three of her 28 games played.

“Jiselle has impressed me during the preseason with her commitment to this program,” said Lawson.  “She is someone that has fit in seamlessly with the rest of our team.”


Coppin State (MEAC) adds Saint Joseph’s grad transfer Nailah Delinos (5-9 SR wing, Sunrise, FL) to their 2020-21 roster. She was originally slated to transfer to Hampton.


Kylie Frohlich (6-0 SO forward, Missoula, MT) had placed her name in the transfer portal out of the Montana, but she is listed on their 2020-21 roster.


Former Florida State player Iho Lopez (6-2 RS JR forward, Blanes, Spain), who was reportedly in the transfer portal earlier this year, signed over the summer with Spar Girona, a Spanish pro team.


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