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Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2019–Summer 2020

NCAA D-I women’s basketball player transfers or potential transfers (players in the transfer portal), covering the period from the fall of 2019 through the summer of 2020. The list is arranged by former school. The player’s class (FR, SO, JR, SR) is for the 2019–20 season. (Last updated: January 21, 2020—recent additions to the list and those with a recently announced transfer destination are highlighted in red)

Stats
Total listed: 48
      Power 5: 16
      non-P5: 32
Grad transfers: 5
Those with their new school noted: 31
      Power 5: 6
      non-P5 D-I: 15
      non–D-I: 10
D-I → D-I: 21
      P5 → P5: 3
      P5 → non-P5: 9
      non-P5 → P5: 3
      non-P5 → non-P5: 6
D-I → D-II: 6
D-I → NAIA: 0
D-I → juco: 3
D-I → Canadian college: 1
Schools with at least one player who transferred: 42


Arizona State
Eva Rubin, 6-5 JR center, Flossmoor, IL → Illinois [midyear transfer]

Auburn
Abigayle Jackson, 6-3 JR forward, Little Rock, AR → Missouri State
Maliya Perry, 6-0 FR wing, Columbus, OH → Dayton

Ball State
Gabby Smith, 5-9 SO guard, Bolingbrook, IL

Baylor
Aquira DeCosta, 6-0 SO wing, Sacramento, CA → Loyola Marymount [midyear transfer]

Cal Baptist
Maryn Budiman, 5-9 RS SO guard, Surrey, British Columbia

UCLA
Shayley Harris, 6-6 SO forward/center, Redding, CA → Santa Clara [transferred prior to the 2019-20 season]

Cal State Bakersfield
I’yanna Lops, 6-3 FR forward, Stamford, CT → St. Bonaventure

East Carolina
Jade Lewis, 6-0 SR guard, Jacksonville, FL

East Tennessee State
Erica Haynes-Overton, 5-5 JR guard, Nashville, TN → Kansas

Eastern Kentucky
Zahria Hendrix, 5-7 JR wing, Stockton, CA

Florida State
Iho Lopez, 6-2 RS JR forward, Blanes, Spain [was not on FSU’s 2019-20 roster]

Furman
Skylar Boshears, 5-10 FR guard, LaFollette, TN → Carson-Newman (D-II)

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