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PostPosted: 03/09/18 12:27 pm    ::: Let the Transfers Begin! And other Attrition/injury 2018-19 Reply Reply with quote

Freshman G Zaria White has left the Toledo program.



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I soooo despise this thread , but cant help but wonder Laughing Laughing



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We lived through the transfer process / red shirt season over the past year, and while it was not what my daughter envisioned when she started her college career, it was definitely necessary due to a coaching change (prior to her arrival) . She is in a much better situation now, and looking forward to being able to compete and contribute, but we wish the transfer waiver process was handled equally across the board. Especially in the case of coaching changes. In her situation, the new coach’s style was 180° different than that of the coaching staff that recruited her.


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I soooo despise this thread , but cant help but wonder Laughing Laughing


Do you understand that the thread header is snark?



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PostPosted: 03/15/18 11:29 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

WBB: Vanderbilt players Kayla Overbeck and Erin Whalen have been given permission to talk to other schools about a possible transfer, but they've not been granted their scholarship releases.

https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/974319991523823620


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CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
WBB: Vanderbilt players Kayla Overbeck and Erin Whalen have been given permission to talk to other schools about a possible transfer, but they've not been granted their scholarship releases.

https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/974319991523823620



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This means that as many as three players may be leaving Vandy following Stephanie White's second year as head coach. Paige Warren was previously reported to be transferring.
https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/974322849174446080


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CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
WBB: Vanderbilt players Kayla Overbeck and Erin Whalen have been given permission to talk to other schools about a possible transfer, but they've not been granted their scholarship releases.

https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/974319991523823620


Vanderbilt doesn’t have the athletes to compete. I know she was injured and had a decent freshmen year, but when I saw Overbeck and Whalen on TV they didn’t appear to be able to run with the SEC. In fact Overneck could barely run at all.

They had another young guard (not Hall) who simply didn’t look like an SEC player. White and Peck and Cheek need athletes if this is going to work


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Once your program is ground into the basement, it's really hard to get good athletes to want to come there.



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Once your program is ground into the basement, it's really hard to get good athletes to want to come there.


In this case, White is having trouble getting them to stay there.


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myrtle wrote:
Once your program is ground into the basement, it's really hard to get good athletes to want to come there.


In this case, White is having trouble getting them to stay there.


Which means that Vandy will be mostly freshmen again next year Shocked That is, assuming there are commits.

And/or there will be a new coach......



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PostPosted: 03/16/18 3:04 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change



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Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change


Sounds like a repeat of ODU last year. Yikes!



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PostPosted: 03/18/18 4:53 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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WBB: A source says that three freshmen—Mikayla Hayes (6-2 F, Brooklyn Park, MN), Tameria Johnson (5-6 PG, Ocala, FL), and Jalaysha Thomas (6-2 F, Ocala, FL)—are all transferring from Florida.



They have 4 seniors on the team leaving as well. None of the above frosh averaged more than 10 minutes per game.



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WBB: Carly Santoro, 5-10 G out of Belleville, OH, grad-transferring from Bowling Green; 12.8 PPG, 8.7 RPG in 2017-18 (per Raoul)

https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/975155689806008320
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summertime blues wrote:
Ex-Ref wrote:
Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change


Sounds like a repeat of ODU last year. Yikes!


A coach that lost EVERY ACC conference game. If you are going to the school in part to play winning basketball, I'd think you'd embrace the coaching change.


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PostPosted: 03/20/18 11:42 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

dtsnms wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Ex-Ref wrote:
Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change


Sounds like a repeat of ODU last year. Yikes!


A coach that lost EVERY ACC conference game. If you are going to the school in part to play winning basketball, I'd think you'd embrace the coaching change.


Last year the result of ODU's coaching change was that Karen Barefoot took several (I think 3) of her current players with her to UNCW as well as one of her commits. A couple of other players and ALL the other commits didn't even bother to TALK to Nikki McCray, they just bailed out, which I thought was tacky. But Nikki came out okay and will do better in the future, I think. She's a really good coach, IMNSHO.



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PostPosted: 03/20/18 11:42 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

dtsnms wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Ex-Ref wrote:
Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change


Sounds like a repeat of ODU last year. Yikes!


A coach that lost EVERY ACC conference game. If you are going to the school in part to play winning basketball, I'd think you'd embrace the coaching change.


..except a number of Pitt players were loyal to Coach Stallings and were against his firing.


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6'0 F Kayla Washington is transferring from Washington State.



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CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
dtsnms wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Ex-Ref wrote:
Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change


Sounds like a repeat of ODU last year. Yikes!


A coach that lost EVERY ACC conference game. If you are going to the school in part to play winning basketball, I'd think you'd embrace the coaching change.


..except a number of Pitt players were loyal to Coach Stallings and were against his firing.


I get that, but why? That's what I'd love to know. The team had no success, was he too much a "players coach" that they all want him back despite previously unseen depths.


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dtsnms wrote:
CamrnCrz1974 wrote:
dtsnms wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Ex-Ref wrote:
Saw that 8 guys from Pitt have asked to be allowed to talk to other schools after coach was released.

Wow.

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22792196/eight-pittsburgh-panthers-basketball-players-asking-release-wake-coaching-change


Sounds like a repeat of ODU last year. Yikes!


A coach that lost EVERY ACC conference game. If you are going to the school in part to play winning basketball, I'd think you'd embrace the coaching change.


..except a number of Pitt players were loyal to Coach Stallings and were against his firing.


I get that, but why? That's what I'd love to know. The team had no success, was he too much a "players coach" that they all want him back despite previously unseen depths.


I never thought he was a successful coach anywhere, weird...


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PostPosted: 03/21/18 11:33 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

In addition to Sarah Bates and Sarah Porter (whose departures were previously reported), UC Santa Barbara has two more players transferring: Nina Radford and Akilah Jennings.

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Coach Bonnie Henrickson said there was “no drama, no dysfunction” that led to four players deciding to transfer out of the UCSB women’s basketball program last week. Each of the four — first-year players Sarah Bates and Nina Radford and juniors Sarah Porter and Akilah Jennings — had her individual reason for leaving, Henrickson said.

“The perception is the number — ‘Oh, my gosh, it’s four’ — but the reality is they are separate,” she said. “In our business, it’s not much of a surprise.” UCSB has received its share of transfers from other schools. But Henrickson would rather not lose those players, especially Bates, a peppery guard who made the All-Big West freshman team.

Henrickson came to UCSB from Kansas three years ago when the Gaucho women were coming off a two-win season. She got them to 16-16 last year, but they dipped to 12-17 this season. She’s out recruiting this week, and she said all the other returning players and the four incoming recruits have assured her they’re committed to the program
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https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/976474858799419392
https://www.independent.com/news/2018/mar/21/gaucho-baseball-struggling/


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PostPosted: 03/21/18 9:39 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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6'0 F Kayla Washington is transferring from Washington State.


Forwards Nike McClure and Louise brown are also leaving Wazzu



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NoDakSt wrote:
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6'0 F Kayla Washington is transferring from Washington State.


Forwards Nike McClure and Louise brown are also leaving Wazzu


Louise Brown is a red-shirt junior (should be graduating) from Australia. I guess she wants to get a masters degree. If a new school would pay for her "sit-out" year, that would be 6 years of free tuition.


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PostPosted: 03/22/18 3:40 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

tfan wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
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6'0 F Kayla Washington is transferring from Washington State.


Forwards Nike McClure and Louise brown are also leaving Wazzu


Louise Brown is a red-shirt junior (should be graduating) from Australia. I guess she wants to get a masters degree. If a new school would pay for her "sit-out" year, that would be 6 years of free tuition.


If Brown is graduating she won't have to sit out.


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Jill Barta, reigning WCC player of the year will not be returning to the Zags for her final season of eligibility.



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Jill Barta, reigning WCC player of the year will not be returning to the Zags for her final season of eligibility.


Came here from the mock draft thread to post this; here's the link. https://amp.greatfallstribune.com/amp/451227002



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Queenie wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Jill Barta, reigning WCC player of the year will not be returning to the Zags for her final season of eligibility.


Came here from the mock draft thread to post this; here's the link. https://amp.greatfallstribune.com/amp/451227002


On the Zag board, one poster had mentioned that Barta considered the team prior to the season being over.



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Queenie wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Jill Barta, reigning WCC player of the year will not be returning to the Zags for her final season of eligibility.


Came here from the mock draft thread to post this; here's the link. https://amp.greatfallstribune.com/amp/451227002


On the Zag board, one poster had mentioned that Barta considered the team prior to the season being over.



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NoDakSt wrote:
Queenie wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Jill Barta, reigning WCC player of the year will not be returning to the Zags for her final season of eligibility.


Came here from the mock draft thread to post this; here's the link. https://amp.greatfallstribune.com/amp/451227002


On the Zag board, one poster had mentioned that Barta considered the team prior to the season being over.


Is there a "leaving" that should be in that sentence?


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tfan wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Queenie wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Jill Barta, reigning WCC player of the year will not be returning to the Zags for her final season of eligibility.


Came here from the mock draft thread to post this; here's the link. https://amp.greatfallstribune.com/amp/451227002


On the Zag board, one poster had mentioned that Barta considered the team prior to the season being over.


Is there a "leaving" that should be in that sentence?


Actually, it was supposed to be "mooning"



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McGuff is augmenting tOSU roster with some grad transfers.

Carly Santaro is a 5-10 G out of Bowling Green who averaged over 12 points per game this past year.
Najah Queenland is a 5-10 G who sat out this past season and will have one season remaining.



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Emer Nichols, a 6'5" Froshie C for A&M iss transferring.



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NC Central cut quite a few players. The first article says they cut four players, but the second says they cut nine players. Not sure which is correct.

http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/college/article206839464.html

http://abc11.com/sports/i-team-nccu-players-cry-foul-after-10-cut-from-womens-basketball-team/3251247/


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NC Central cut quite a few players. The first article says they cut four players, but the second says they cut nine players. Not sure which is correct.

http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/college/article206839464.html

http://abc11.com/sports/i-team-nccu-players-cry-foul-after-10-cut-from-womens-basketball-team/3251247/


And the coach at the center of it all: Trisha Stafford-Odom.



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Some of those players seem more like liabilities than assets. http://nccueaglepride.com/cumestats.aspx?path=wbball&year=2017
I hope she's got a good, or at least large, recruiting class lined up.


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Some of those players seem more like liabilities than assets. http://nccueaglepride.com/cumestats.aspx?path=wbball&year=2017
I hope she's got a good, or at least large, recruiting class lined up.


First of all, the stats don't tell everything. Secondly this was Staford-Odom's first full season as coach. It was her job to maximize the players potential. Had she given them another year, then maybe things would have turned around. I am not sure what kind of players she thinks she will get. NCCU is in the MEAC conference so she will not get the recruits that she got at her previous stops. After this, she will be lucky to get anyone at all. She better hope she can convince some JUCO players and grand transfers to come there.


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Hoopsmom wrote:
NC Central cut quite a few players. The first article says they cut four players, but the second says they cut nine players. Not sure which is correct.

http://www.newsobserver.com/sports/college/article206839464.html

http://abc11.com/sports/i-team-nccu-players-cry-foul-after-10-cut-from-womens-basketball-team/3251247/


Twitter said 9, and there was quite a little sub-discussion. The players cut were really hurt by it but putting on a brave face. I think it's a really s**tty way to treat people, not just basketball players. I was informed that this was not atypical of HBCUs, and that NC Central did not value WBB in the least. However, I stated my above comment about how I felt it was a bad way to treat people in general and that I felt a HBCU should be more aware of that but apparently was not, and that did get some agreement. I don't know that it's going to get Ms. Stafford-Odom, or NC Central, much goodwill.



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Mykiel Burleson is leaving New Mexico. 5’11” guard, from Texas. Last year she was preseason MWC freshman of the year, but separate a torn ACL in February 2017. She did make the all-freshman team last year for the MWC. Very hard worker, and super sweet girl.

https://www.abqjournal.com/1151338/burleson-leaving-unm-womens-program.html


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Alaina Jarnot, 5'7 PG, is transferring to North Dakota from Monmouth College. She will have 2 years of eligibility left after sitting out next season. She's a native of Brooklyn Park, MN.

6'0 F Fallyn Freije is transferring from North Dakota to Montana to play out her remaining year of eligibility as a grad transfer.



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G Sofie Tryggedson is leaving Colorado State after 3 seasons. https://t.co/v6523pleBV



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Alaina Jarnot, 5'7 PG, is transferring to North Dakota from Monmouth College. She will have 2 years of eligibility left after sitting out next season. She's a native of Brooklyn Park, MN.

6'0 F Fallyn Freije is transferring from North Dakota to Montana to play out her remaining year of eligibility as a grad transfer.


Frejie is transferring to Montana State. She doesn't have her degree yet so will set out next season and have one season left in 2019-2020. She was the second leading scorer and rebounder for the Fighting Hawks this past season, who fell in the opening round of the Big Sky Tourney to Montana State. Nest year North Dakota will play in the Summit League.



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Alaina Jarnot, 5'7 PG, is transferring to North Dakota from Monmouth College. She will have 2 years of eligibility left after sitting out next season. She's a native of Brooklyn Park, MN.

6'0 F Fallyn Freije is transferring from North Dakota to Montana to play out her remaining year of eligibility as a grad transfer.


Frejie is transferring to Montana State. She doesn't have her degree yet so will set out next season and have one season left in 2019-2020. She was the second leading scorer and rebounder for the Fighting Hawks this past season, who fell in the opening round of the Big Sky Tourney to Montana State. Nest year North Dakota will play in the Summit League.


My bad. I was doing that from memory off a tweet from last night.
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First year Illinois State coach Kristen Gillespie has pulled a Trisha Stafford-Odom move, although not quite to the same extent, by “firing” five players, one freshman and four sophomores, not renewing their scholarships for next year. Sophomore Morgan VanHyfte, who sat out this year rehabbing from knee surgery, three other sophomores and a freshman were “informed their scholarships would not be renewed.” But the article makes it sound like a) she’s shifting all the responsibility off onto the staff, and b) they recruited right over these kids. Yuck. https://t.co/HxKE0sQsSy



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PostPosted: 03/29/18 9:34 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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First year Illinois State coach Kristen Gillespie has pulled a Trisha Stafford-Odom move, although not quite to the same extent, by “firing” five players, one freshman and four sophomores, not renewing their scholarships for next year. Sophomore Morgan VanHyfte, who sat out this year rehabbing from knee surgery, three other sophomores and a freshman were “informed their scholarships would not be renewed.” But the article makes it sound like a) she’s shifting all the responsibility off onto the staff, and b) they recruited right over these kids. Yuck. https://t.co/HxKE0sQsSy


But NCAA athletes aren't employees, so how come their financial agreements can be terminated?

Once again, the fundamental hypocrisy of the NCAA and its corrupt system jumps to the forefront. Coaches have contracts and buyouts, if they negotiate them; players just tug their forelocks and do what they're told.



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PostPosted: 03/29/18 12:33 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ClayK wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
First year Illinois State coach Kristen Gillespie has pulled a Trisha Stafford-Odom move, although not quite to the same extent, by “firing” five players, one freshman and four sophomores, not renewing their scholarships for next year. Sophomore Morgan VanHyfte, who sat out this year rehabbing from knee surgery, three other sophomores and a freshman were “informed their scholarships would not be renewed.” But the article makes it sound like a) she’s shifting all the responsibility off onto the staff, and b) they recruited right over these kids. Yuck. https://t.co/HxKE0sQsSy


But NCAA athletes aren't employees, so how come their financial agreements can be terminated?

Once again, the fundamental hypocrisy of the NCAA and its corrupt system jumps to the forefront. Coaches have contracts and buyouts, if they negotiate them; players just tug their forelocks and do what they're told.


How is this different than any other person who is the on the bottom rung?

I work for a company (school) that has VPs, CEO's, etc., (AD's, coaches). They negotiate their contracts and I (player) do what I'm told. As a reward for doing what I'm told, I get some compensation that is put into a financial institution that I rarely ever see (scholarship and other perks). I can be let go (fired for no reason) any time my employer wishes me to be (scholarship not renewed). My work hours (playing time) are at their whim.

It's life. At least life as most of us know it.



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PostPosted: 03/29/18 12:44 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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ClayK wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
First year Illinois State coach Kristen Gillespie has pulled a Trisha Stafford-Odom move, although not quite to the same extent, by “firing” five players, one freshman and four sophomores, not renewing their scholarships for next year. Sophomore Morgan VanHyfte, who sat out this year rehabbing from knee surgery, three other sophomores and a freshman were “informed their scholarships would not be renewed.” But the article makes it sound like a) she’s shifting all the responsibility off onto the staff, and b) they recruited right over these kids. Yuck. https://t.co/HxKE0sQsSy


But NCAA athletes aren't employees, so how come their financial agreements can be terminated?

Once again, the fundamental hypocrisy of the NCAA and its corrupt system jumps to the forefront. Coaches have contracts and buyouts, if they negotiate them; players just tug their forelocks and do what they're told.


How is this different than any other person who is the on the bottom rung?

I work for a company (school) that has VPs, CEO's, etc., (AD's, coaches). They negotiate their contracts and I (player) do what I'm told. As a reward for doing what I'm told, I get some compensation that is put into a financial institution that I rarely ever see (scholarship and other perks). I can be let go (fired for no reason) any time my employer wishes me to be (scholarship not renewed). My work hours (playing time) are at their whim.

It's life. At least life as most of us know it.


It may be. But I was brought up to treat people better than that, and to NOT be deceitful. Both of those bad things were in play in this instance.



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PostPosted: 03/29/18 6:28 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

If these players had their athletic scholarships pulled because their play wasn't up to expectations (and not because the coach was just being arbitrary), then I don't see any difference from a student having their academic scholarship terminated if their academic performance wasn't up to expectations. Hopefully, in both instances, the students were counseled and given opportunities to correct their deficiencies before the termination.


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PostPosted: 03/29/18 7:55 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Iva Ilic, 5’7 G, is leaving Liberty. She’s from Croatia and will have 2 years remaining. No link to a story, merely a rweet with her trainer’s name and number.



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PostPosted: 03/29/18 9:53 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Sophomore G Julie Brosseau has announced her intention to transfer from the University of Maine. https://t.co/XiDIMr7E3g



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PostPosted: 04/01/18 3:10 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Okay, this a pretty big one and it’s not an April Fools joke on my part anyway... but maybe I’m getting taken in by one.

Anriel Howard is looking to transfer as a no-wait graduate player.
Keep your mud hooks off, ND. You’ve gotten enough freebies.

I already checked her age. Too young to declare for the draft and yet she’ll be a grad student.



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