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PostPosted: 04/12/18 11:53 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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EVERYBODY GETS A FREE TRANSFER FOR NEXT YEAR! SINCE NOTRE DAME' S BIBLE THUMPING ASSES GOT ONE. (not really. But should be)


Simmer down already. A lot of these currently being discussed are grad transfers and ARE freebies. That’s the way the rules are written. Some are not and most likely will sit out the required year even if their school petitions. Very few actually do get exceptions. I’m sorry you’re feeling aggrieved. Please have a cool beverage of your choice and chill.

I know what a grad transfer Is! I'm talking about..ones that have to sit out a year, you know, like everyone else does unless they have a life or death situation. And yes I have credible sources that Jess was just a pain in the arse and one of the orchestraters of the Yori exit. That's what makes this all the more messed up!


Just get over it already. What's done is DONE! And kwicherbichin. I think everyone is tired of hearing about it. I sure am. You've made your point. And seriously, how did it affect you in SOUTH DAKOTA? It didn't affect me ONE BIT here in JMU-land, where we are waiting for our two transfers to sit out their years, get over their knee surgeries, and play! Or in my former home of Tennessee either, where Cheridene Green had knee surgery during her sit-out year.



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PostPosted: 04/12/18 8:20 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Per her twitter account freshman Myriama Smith-Traore is transferring from Marquette. She didn't play a whole lot the second half of the season spending a lot of time in sweats for unknown reasons. I wish her the best in the future. It appears there are now two open scholarships at Marquette as it looks like junior Olivia Moskari is graduating a year early.


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On the Louisville board the report is circulating that Sydney Zambrota, a 5'9" Junior to be from New York State is transferring from the program



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Sue semrau is going to be down on her transfer quota next season with only Kiah-by-way-of-maryland Gillespie the only represntative. Also, next year Noles have no seniors. Chloe Jackson And Anriel Howard could provide solid leadership for a young but potentially talented Team.



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Junior C/F Desiree Keeling is transferring from Rutgers. Just as a FYI, she’s from Roanoke, VA. https://t.co/SLwvN1mbPo



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Sophomore Grayson Bright is transferring from Texas Tech. She announced her decision less than 24 hours after Marlene Stollings was announced as the new coach. https://t.co/rOmLYcP6eG



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Well, that was quick! Desiree Keeling, the Rutgers transfer referenced a couple of posts ago, has landed at North Carolina Central. Three other signees are mentioned in the article but I can’t make out whether they are freshmen or transfers. https://t.co/u0HNkELPWb



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Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?



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Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?

Gary Blair is, by all accounts, an excellent guy. So, to answer your question, yup!


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Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?


She must have graduated early ? She was a junior this season , this is big for the Aggies. Sucks to be Carter right now Embarassed

Dani dreamed of being a LV . I wonder if she has them listed for a Visit. I see neither being a huskie to be honest.



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Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?


She must have graduated early ? She was a junior this season , this is big for the Aggies. Sucks to be Carter right now Embarassed

Dani dreamed of being a LV . I wonder if she has them listed for a Visit. I see neither being a huskie to be honest.

Why don't you see Anriel as a Husky? Do you think she will elect to go elsewhere, or do you think UConn doesn't want her? I think she could start for them. I'm less sure why they want Dani Williams, as they have a lot of options on the perimeter.

I'm shocked that she is not visiting Louisville or South Carolina. Both seem like obvious choices. Maybe she knows enough about the Gamecocks and wants to learn about her other options. But why wouldn't she visit Louisville?


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Fighting Artichoke wrote:
WNBA 09 wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?


She must have graduated early ? She was a junior this season , this is big for the Aggies. Sucks to be Carter right now Embarassed

Dani dreamed of being a LV . I wonder if she has them listed for a Visit. I see neither being a huskie to be honest.

Why don't you see Anriel as a Husky? Do you think she will elect to go elsewhere, or do you think UConn doesn't want her? I think she could start for them. I'm less sure why they want Dani Williams, as they have a lot of options on the perimeter.

I'm shocked that she is not visiting Louisville or South Carolina. Both seem like obvious choices. Maybe she knows enough about the Gamecocks and wants to learn about her other options. But why wouldn't she visit Louisville?


I've never seen UConn take a grad transfer, and Schaquilla Nunn was the first one the Lady Vols ever took. I could see the LVs picking up on Danni though, since they are so young next year.



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Fighting Artichoke wrote:
WNBA 09 wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?


She must have graduated early ? She was a junior this season , this is big for the Aggies. Sucks to be Carter right now Embarassed

Dani dreamed of being a LV . I wonder if she has them listed for a Visit. I see neither being a huskie to be honest.

Why don't you see Anriel as a Husky? Do you think she will elect to go elsewhere, or do you think UConn doesn't want her? I think she could start for them. I'm less sure why they want Dani Williams, as they have a lot of options on the perimeter.

I'm shocked that she is not visiting Louisville or South Carolina. Both seem like obvious choices. Maybe she knows enough about the Gamecocks and wants to learn about her other options. But why wouldn't she visit Louisville?



I just hope neither are weather wusses. A cold front is forecast to run roughshod through the region Sat afternoon, dropping temps from 70 to 40 and Sunday will be rainy, 40, and miserable. Evil or Very Mad

Williams would get plenty of PT, imo. I hope both become UConn students.



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cthskzfn wrote:
Fighting Artichoke wrote:
WNBA 09 wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:
Dani Williams also grad transferring from the Aggies. She'll be visiting UCONN with Anriel Howard.

Man, that is big. Do they not want to play with Carter?


She must have graduated early ? She was a junior this season , this is big for the Aggies. Sucks to be Carter right now Embarassed

Dani dreamed of being a LV . I wonder if she has them listed for a Visit. I see neither being a huskie to be honest.

Why don't you see Anriel as a Husky? Do you think she will elect to go elsewhere, or do you think UConn doesn't want her? I think she could start for them. I'm less sure why they want Dani Williams, as they have a lot of options on the perimeter.

I'm shocked that she is not visiting Louisville or South Carolina. Both seem like obvious choices. Maybe she knows enough about the Gamecocks and wants to learn about her other options. But why wouldn't she visit Louisville?



I just hope neither are weather wusses. A cold front is forecast to run roughshod through the region Sat afternoon, dropping temps from 70 to 40 and Sunday will be rainy, 40, and miserable. Evil or Very Mad

Williams would get plenty of PT, imo. I hope both become UConn students.


Has it been confirmed that Dani Williams actually graduated from TAMU? Otherwise, she would have to sit out a year, when UCONN loses KLS. Only grad transfers can play right away. Glad they are visiting UCONN!



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UConn junior Katie Lou Samuelson underwent successful surgery Thursday morning to treat a left ankle that had been bothering her throughout the season, according to a statement from the university. The ankle was sprained during a Dec. 3 matchup with Notre Dame, then tweaked again in a Jan. 18 game against Tulsa.

Samuelson missed five games this year and was a limited participant in practice for much of the season. In addition to the ankle injury, she dealt with a midfoot sprain suffered during the second game of the season on Nov. 17 against California.


http://dailycampus.com/stories/2018/4/13/womens-basketball-samuelson-has-surgery-on-ankle
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Ball state is losing the Number two ranked player in assists per game in all of Division One. Carmen Grande, a 5'8"point guard out of Spain, average 9.2 dimes per game and also over 11 points per game. Grande is seeking a graduate transfer which would mean she is eligible immediately.



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Ball state is losing the Number two ranked player in assists per game in all of Division One. Carmen Grande, a 5'8"point guard out of Spain, average 9.2 dimes per game and also over 11 points per game. Grande is seeking a graduate transfer which would mean she is eligible immediately.


that's an intriguing one. I could see her stepping up. Who needs a PG next year?



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myrtle wrote:
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Ball state is losing the Number two ranked player in assists per game in all of Division One. Carmen Grande, a 5'8"point guard out of Spain, average 9.2 dimes per game and also over 11 points per game. Grande is seeking a graduate transfer which would mean she is eligible immediately.


that's an intriguing one. I could see her stepping up. Who needs a PG next year?


Kind of like AJ Alix did for FSSue last year.

I think tOSU.



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summertime blues wrote:
SDHoops wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
SDHoops wrote:
EVERYBODY GETS A FREE TRANSFER FOR NEXT YEAR! SINCE NOTRE DAME' S BIBLE THUMPING ASSES GOT ONE. (not really. But should be)


Simmer down already. A lot of these currently being discussed are grad transfers and ARE freebies. That’s the way the rules are written. Some are not and most likely will sit out the required year even if their school petitions. Very few actually do get exceptions. I’m sorry you’re feeling aggrieved. Please have a cool beverage of your choice and chill.

I know what a grad transfer Is! I'm talking about..ones that have to sit out a year, you know, like everyone else does unless they have a life or death situation. And yes I have credible sources that Jess was just a pain in the arse and one of the orchestraters of the Yori exit. That's what makes this all the more messed up!


Just get over it already. What's done is DONE! And kwicherbichin. I think everyone is tired of hearing about it. I sure am. You've made your point. And seriously, how did it affect you in SOUTH DAKOTA? It didn't affect me ONE BIT here in JMU-land, where we are waiting for our two transfers to sit out their years, get over their knee surgeries, and play! Or in my former home of Tennessee either, where Cheridene Green had knee surgery during her sit-out year.

Practice what your PREACH! Mr Candace Parker got left off because Geno is a conspiracy.theorist and never let it rest smh why didn't Queenie tell those ppl to get over it? Ppl posted for years


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summertime blues wrote:
SDHoops wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
SDHoops wrote:
EVERYBODY GETS A FREE TRANSFER FOR NEXT YEAR! SINCE NOTRE DAME' S BIBLE THUMPING ASSES GOT ONE. (not really. But should be)


Simmer down already. A lot of these currently being discussed are grad transfers and ARE freebies. That’s the way the rules are written. Some are not and most likely will sit out the required year even if their school petitions. Very few actually do get exceptions. I’m sorry you’re feeling aggrieved. Please have a cool beverage of your choice and chill.

I know what a grad transfer Is! I'm talking about..ones that have to sit out a year, you know, like everyone else does unless they have a life or death situation. And yes I have credible sources that Jess was just a pain in the arse and one of the orchestraters of the Yori exit. That's what makes this all the more messed up!


Just get over it already. What's done is DONE! And kwicherbichin. I think everyone is tired of hearing about it. I sure am. You've made your point. And seriously, how did it affect you in SOUTH DAKOTA? It didn't affect me ONE BIT here in JMU-land, where we are waiting for our two transfers to sit out their years, get over their knee surgeries, and play! Or in my former home of Tennessee either, where Cheridene Green had knee surgery during her sit-out year.

Practice what your PREACH! Mr Candace Parker got left off because Geno is a conspiracy.theorist and never let it rest smh why didn't Queenie tell those ppl to get over it? Ppl posted for years


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I just started thinking, does anyone think Recee Caldwell is going to try to grad transfer to USC and play with her sister? She’s gotta be close to graduating and I can’t imagine she wants to stay at Texas tech.


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Shmermerer1 wrote:
I just started thinking, does anyone think Recee Caldwell is going to try to grad transfer to USC and play with her sister? She’s gotta be close to graduating and I can’t imagine she wants to stay at Texas tech.

USC (both East and West) has/have been preferred destinations for transfers. As for Recee, she has already transferred and it didn't seem to help her development. With a coaching change at TT, remaining there is somewhat similar to transferring again, as she will need to adapt to a new coaching staff regardless. I know she transferred to TT in part due to her Dad getting a position there, so there's really nothing keeping her there now.


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SDHoops wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
SDHoops wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
SDHoops wrote:
EVERYBODY GETS A FREE TRANSFER FOR NEXT YEAR! SINCE NOTRE DAME' S BIBLE THUMPING ASSES GOT ONE. (not really. But should be)


Simmer down already. A lot of these currently being discussed are grad transfers and ARE freebies. That’s the way the rules are written. Some are not and most likely will sit out the required year even if their school petitions. Very few actually do get exceptions. I’m sorry you’re feeling aggrieved. Please have a cool beverage of your choice and chill.

I know what a grad transfer Is! I'm talking about..ones that have to sit out a year, you know, like everyone else does unless they have a life or death situation. And yes I have credible sources that Jess was just a pain in the arse and one of the orchestraters of the Yori exit. That's what makes this all the more messed up!


Just get over it already. What's done is DONE! And kwicherbichin. I think everyone is tired of hearing about it. I sure am. You've made your point. And seriously, how did it affect you in SOUTH DAKOTA? It didn't affect me ONE BIT here in JMU-land, where we are waiting for our two transfers to sit out their years, get over their knee surgeries, and play! Or in my former home of Tennessee either, where Cheridene Green had knee surgery during her sit-out year.

Practice what your PREACH! Mr Candace Parker got left off because Geno is a conspiracy.theorist and never let it rest smh why didn't Queenie tell those ppl to get over it? Ppl posted for years


And I was not one of them. Get over yourself.



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Fighting Artichoke wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
I just started thinking, does anyone think Recee Caldwell is going to try to grad transfer to USC and play with her sister? She’s gotta be close to graduating and I can’t imagine she wants to stay at Texas tech.

USC (both East and West) has/have been preferred destinations for transfers. As for Recee, she has already transferred and it didn't seem to help her development. With a coaching change at TT, remaining there is somewhat similar to transferring again, as she will need to adapt to a new coaching staff regardless. I know she transferred to TT in part due to her Dad getting a position there, so there's really nothing keeping her there now.


I know she has LA ties and I think she’d want to play her last year with her sister. Maybe not though.


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Shmermerer1 wrote:
Fighting Artichoke wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
I just started thinking, does anyone think Recee Caldwell is going to try to grad transfer to USC and play with her sister? She’s gotta be close to graduating and I can’t imagine she wants to stay at Texas tech.

USC (both East and West) has/have been preferred destinations for transfers. As for Recee, she has already transferred and it didn't seem to help her development. With a coaching change at TT, remaining there is somewhat similar to transferring again, as she will need to adapt to a new coaching staff regardless. I know she transferred to TT in part due to her Dad getting a position there, so there's really nothing keeping her there now.


I know she has LA ties and I think she’d want to play her last year with her sister. Maybe not though.

That sounds reasonable to me. What a circuitous journey from Westwood to "Troy" (via Lubbock).


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Khaleann Caron-Goudreau has graduated from Texas and is going back to Quebec to compete for Universite Laval while earning her MBA.



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Australian Anneli Maley, who played for Oregon as a freshman, has transferred to TCU.



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Duplicate. WTH.



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Another Duck froshie, G Aina Agustin, is leaving the team. She is from Spain and is reported to be turning pro.



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The Colorado Buffaloes will be without JUCU transfers Jenea Bunn and Jaimie Curtis next season. Near the end of the link, the article mentions that Bunn left during the season for personal reasons, and the 6'7" Curtis received the least playing time of the roster.

http://www.buffzone.com/womensbasketball/ci_31805565/jr-payne-excited-future-cu-buffs-womens-basketball


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Texas A&M picked up a JUCO point guard; ,.Shambria carter 5'7" out of Central Florida college.



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Sierra Calhoun grad transferring out of tOSU. ( so much for her and Waterman staying for their final year of eligibility)

Victoria Patrick (rising junior) is leaving South Carolina


Medinnah Mohammed (who averaged almost 17 points per game and frosh Chyna Nixon are leaving Ole Miss

Maryland signed JUCO Sara Vujaxic, a 5-11 SG with two years of eligibility left


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Sierra Calhoun grad transferring out of tOSU.


That's intriguing. I assume she would want to go to a school that has a reasonable shot at a NC, but there are only a handful of those, and some either wouldn't have room for her or (e.g., UConn) wouldn't want her.
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G Victoria Patrick leaving South Carolina for North Florida. https://t.co/8JtTCRcUIe



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I'm probably the only one to think this, but isn't a scholarship a "contract" that goes two ways...doesn't the school owe the recruit who signs on 4 yrs?....how can they "fire" these players?....

apparently they can kick people off teams at will....seems to happen a lot more recently...how many players have left Oregone just this year....last count was 4, and I'm sure they were "encouraged"...

but how is this fair to the athlete?...afterall, they could have played elsewhere for 4 yrs...


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elsie wrote:
I'm probably the only one to think this, but isn't a scholarship a "contract" that goes two ways...doesn't the school owe the recruit who signs on 4 yrs?....how can they "fire" these players?....

apparently they can kick people off teams at will....seems to happen a lot more recently...how many players have left Oregone just this year....last count was 4, and I'm sure they were "encouraged"...

but how is this fair to the athlete?...afterall, they could have played elsewhere for 4 yrs...


I don't know if Oregon is rescinding scholarships, but you could see transfers coming because they have been getting so many decent recruits. They had five freshman coming in 2016 and then Ionescu joined them. Then they added 3 freshman and a transfer from Notre Dame in 2017. It just isn't possible to get decent playing time for that many players, even if there weren't two other classes on the team.


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tfan wrote:
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I'm probably the only one to think this, but isn't a scholarship a "contract" that goes two ways...doesn't the school owe the recruit who signs on 4 yrs?....how can they "fire" these players?....

apparently they can kick people off teams at will....seems to happen a lot more recently...how many players have left Oregone just this year....last count was 4, and I'm sure they were "encouraged"...

but how is this fair to the athlete?...afterall, they could have played elsewhere for 4 yrs...


I don't know if Oregon is rescinding scholarships, but you could see transfers coming because they have been getting so many decent recruits. They had five freshman coming in 2016 and then Ionescu joined them. Then they added 3 freshman and a transfer from Notre Dame in 2017. It just isn't possible to get decent playing time for that many players, even if there weren't two other classes on the team.


yeah, I think Malley and the Spanish PG in particular would not have been 'encouraged' to leave since I think both would have gotten time on the floor, but for the posts who are clearly only going to be sitting on the bench, it is not surprising at all that they would choose to leave. I actually expected it last year. Of course I also expected some of the UConn benchies to leave too so what do I know anyway.



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....what do I know anyway.


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My guess is Oregon plays 6/7 players this year.


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I'm probably the only one to think this, but isn't a scholarship a "contract" that goes two ways...doesn't the school owe the recruit who signs on 4 yrs?....how can they "fire" these players?....

apparently they can kick people off teams at will....seems to happen a lot more recently...how many players have left Oregone just this year....last count was 4, and I'm sure they were "encouraged"...

but how is this fair to the athlete?...afterall, they could have played elsewhere for 4 yrs...


I'm pretty sure that the college scholarship is only a one year contract. So if the athlete wants to go somewhere else, they are free to do so. With that freedom comes the risk that the school will choose to not renew the scholarship.



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elsie wrote:
I'm probably the only one to think this, but isn't a scholarship a "contract" that goes two ways...doesn't the school owe the recruit who signs on 4 yrs?....how can they "fire" these players?....

apparently they can kick people off teams at will....seems to happen a lot more recently...how many players have left Oregone just this year....last count was 4, and I'm sure they were "encouraged"...

but how is this fair to the athlete?...afterall, they could have played elsewhere for 4 yrs...


I'm pretty sure that the college scholarship is only a one year contract. So if the athlete wants to go somewhere else, they are free to do so. With that freedom comes the risk that the school will choose to not renew the scholarship.


A few years ago it was voted in that NCAA Division I schools can offer 4 year scholarships. I think a couple of conferences voted it in and their schools had to go that route and I think the Big Ten was one of those leagues. However, I don't think it applied to all sports across the board.


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I believe that all five P5 conferences mandated 4 yr scholarships for all sports. Some other conferences like the BE did it only for a couple of sports. Many smaller conferences did nothing.


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myrtle wrote:
....what do I know anyway.


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Medinnah Mohammed (who averaged almost 17 points per game and frosh Chyna Nixon are leaving Ole Miss


Maybe not happy with the coaching change? IDK, but their roster shows 6 of the remaining 10 players on the team will be seniors next year. The new coaching staff will have a major recruiting job ahead.


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I believe that all five P5 conferences mandated 4 yr scholarships for all sports. Some other conferences like the BE did it only for a couple of sports. Many smaller conferences did nothing.


The scholarships are mandated, though being on the team is not. They can still be removed from the team, but the university will still pay their tuition and stipend.

Most players want to play, and most are encouraged to look elsewhere rather than just kicked off.


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G Victoria Patrick leaving South Carolina for North Florida. https://t.co/8JtTCRcUIe



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NoDakSt wrote:

Medinnah Mohammed (who averaged almost 17 points per game and frosh Chyna Nixon are leaving Ole Miss


Maybe not happy with the coaching change? IDK, but their roster shows 6 of the remaining 10 players on the team will be seniors next year. The new coaching staff will have a major recruiting job ahead.


It's interesting that they've updated the roster to reflect The transfer of Mohammed and Kate Rogers but left China Nixon, Barbara Johnson and Promise Taylor are still with the team when all three have been reported to be seeking a transfer



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This likely won't register on most people's radar, but with the out of the blue announcement that D3 Mount Ida College is closing next month, a lot of athletes will be transferring including one of my former youth league players who had a year of eligibility left for the women's basketball team.
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NoDakSt wrote:
FrozenLVFan wrote:
NoDakSt wrote:

Medinnah Mohammed (who averaged almost 17 points per game and frosh Chyna Nixon are leaving Ole Miss


Maybe not happy with the coaching change? IDK, but their roster shows 6 of the remaining 10 players on the team will be seniors next year. The new coaching staff will have a major recruiting job ahead.


It's interesting that they've updated the roster to reflect The transfer of Mohammed and Kate Rogers but left China Nixon, Barbara Johnson and Promise Taylor are still with the team when all three have been reported to be seeking a transfer


I think Medinah Mohammed should be a grad transfer by now. I could be wrong, however.



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PostPosted: 04/19/18 1:27 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Seton Hall coach Tony Bozzella advocates reducing the number of scholarships allowed in WBB, arguing that this would lead to far fewer transfers.

https://twitter.com/Raoul_000/status/987016135194415104
https://setonhall.forums.rivals.com/threads/part-1-of-our-tony-bozzella-interview.34683/


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