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Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2018–Summer 2019

Ball State
Hadassah Harris, 5-5 FR guard, Indianapolis, IN → Ancilla College (juco)

Baylor
Alexis Morris, 5-6 SO point guard, Beaumont, TX → Rutgers [midyear transfer]
Honesty Scott-Grayson, 5-9 FR point guard, Brick, NJ → Auburn

Binghamton
Bailey Williams, 5-10 RS SO guard, Dublin, OH

Boise State
Tess Amundsen, 6-1 SO forward, Fresno, CA → Cal State Northridge
Sofia Galeron, 6-2 RS FR forward, Burgos, Spain → Florida Atlantic
Emerald Toth, 6-1 JR forward, Bozeman, MT → Carroll College (NAIA)

Boston College
Jenasae Bishop, 5-6 FR point guard, Hammond, IN → Wright State
Lana Hollingsworth, 5-10 FR guard, Brighton East, Australia → Santa Clara
Kate Klimkiewicz, 6-0 FR wing, Oakton, VA → Richmond

Bowling Green
Terri Battle, 6-2 SO center, Chicago, IL → Tampa (D-II)
Alyssa Dean, 5-8 RS SO guard, Columbus, OH → Walsh University (D-II)
Sydney Palermo, 6-2 FR forward, Erie, PA → Robert Morris

Bradley
Ellisha Davis, 5-6 JR point guard, Belleville, IL → Central Missouri (D-II)
Jailynn Lawson, 5-8 SO point guard, Peoria, IL → Langston (NAIA)
Asia Strong, 6-2 FR forward, South Bend, IN → Trinity Valley CC (juco)

BYU
Ashley Beckstrand, 5-7 RS FR point guard, St. George, UT → Dixie State (D-II)
Abby Mangum, 6-0 FR forward, Eagle, ID → Westminster College (D-II)

Brown
Elle Baker, 6-3 FR forward/center, Scottsdale, AZ → Scottsdale CC (juco)

Bryant
Julia Kelner, 6-2 SO forward, Fayetteville, NY → Nova Southeastern (D-II)
Hannah Scanlan, 6-1 SO forward, Rumson, NJ → Cal Poly

Buffalo
Alexis Adams, 6-0 FR forward, Monmouth Junction, NJ [decided to stay at Buffalo]

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