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.
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.
The 2020-21 roster for Georgia Southern (Sun Belt) includes two D-I transfer additions:
- A’Tyanna Gaulden, 5-7 SR point guard, Ocilla, GA / Arkansas
- Eden Johnson, 6-2 RS FR forward, Kissimmee, FL / Fordham
See the Transfer Waiver Tracker for a continuously updated list of granted waivers.
Two incoming transfers at Stony Brook (America East) have been granted immediate-eligibility waivers by the NCAA:
- Asiah Dingle (5-4 SO point guard, Boston MA) / Kent State
- Earlette Scott (5-10 SO guard, Brooklyn, NY) / Providence
A pair of standout transfers will immediately be eligible to compete for the Stony Brook women’s basketball team in 2020-21.
Guards Asiah Dingle and Earlette Scott have been granted legislative relief waivers by the NCAA and will not be required to sit out a season.
Florida announces the addition of Cydnee Kinslow (6-2 SR forward, Oakley, CA), a grad transfer from Long Beach State. Prior to her two seasons at LBSU, she spent a semester at Pepperdine and then transferred to Illinois.
Kinslow, a 6-foot-2 forward, joins the Gators after spending her last two seasons at Long Beach State University.
“We are excited to add Cydnee Kinslow to our program! Cydnee is a veteran player whose personality and drive match the make up of our team culture. Her work ethic, skill set and selflessness add value and depth to our roster. When talking with Cyd, we really felt her energy and passion about being a Florida Gator and it was clear to us that she has a strong desire to help us continue to build on the momentum we have going in our program.”
The Oakley, Calif. native started 31 games in her two seasons with the Beach. She brings great rebounding, long distance shooting and depth to the Gators.