January 24, 2024 

2023-24 women’s basketball transfer portal tracker

Latest addition: Tamia Jones, Feb. 25 -- The transfer portal is here to stay. Keep track of everyone who enters and where they land

Over the last few seasons, the transfer portal has become a prominent fixture of college athletics, and women’s basketball is no exception. Last year saw stars such as Celeste Taylor, Hailey Van Lith and Lauren Betts enter the portal and find new homes.

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This year, many players have already elected to enter the portal. Here is where I’ll keep a running list of each athlete who enters and where they eventually end up. I’ll update the list daily, so I recommend bookmarking the page.


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Power conferences: ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC

Mid-majors: America East, AAC, ASUN, Atlantic 10, Big Sky, Big South, Big West, CAA, C-USA, Ivy, MAC, MAAC, MVC, Mountain West, NEC, OVC, Patriot, SoCon, Southland, SWAC, Summit, Sun Belt, WCC, WAC

DNP = did not play

ACC

Georgia Tech

Raeven Boswell, 5’11, G, Soph. (1.4 ppg — 5 games in 2022-23) Pittsburgh

Miami (FL)

Haley Cavinder, 5’6, G, Sr. (16.7 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 3.8 apg — 2022-23) TCU

Notre Dame

Lauren Zwetzig, 5’9, G, Sr. (DNP)

Big 12

BIG EAST

Marquette

Nia Clark, 5’9, G, Jr. (3.1 ppg) Cincinnati


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Big Ten

Pac-12

USC

Koi Love, 6′, F, Jr. (2.8 ppg — 2022-23)

SEC

Alabama

Allie Craig Cruce, 6’1, F, Jr. (2.9 ppg) North Alabama

America East

Albany 

Jessica Cooper, 6′, F, Fr. (DNP) Anderson (D-II)

Selina Monestime, 5’11, Fr. (0.0 ppg — 1 game)

Binghamton

Elena Delicado, 6’1, F, Jr. (0.9 ppg)

UNH

Adara Groman, 5’8, G, Sr. (7.9 ppg)

Paige Cote, 6’2, C, Sr. (3.5 ppg)

American Athletic

SMU

Tamia Jones, 5’8, G, Sr. (9 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 4.1 apg)

Temple

Jasha Clinton, 5’8, G, Jr. (11.1 ppg — 2022-23)

ASUN

Atlantic 10

George Washington

Aurea Gingras, 5’8, G, Jr. (4.0 ppg — 2022-23)

Sheslanie Laureano, 5’10, G, Sr. (8.9 ppg — 2021-22)

Big Sky

Northern Colorado

Luka Malinka, 5’8, G, Jr. (2.6 ppg — 2022-23) Roosevelt (NAIA)

Big South

Big West

CAA

NC A&T

Tamyra Council, 6′, F, Fr. (0.0 ppg — 1 game, 2022-23) Saint Augustine’s (D-II)

Northeastern

Amyrah Sapenter, 5’8, G, Sr. (1.4 ppg — 2022-23)

William & Mary

Dani McTeer, 6’0, F, Gr. (6.5 ppg, 4.6 rpg — 2021-22)

Madison Magee, 6’1, F, Jr. (3 ppg — 2022-23)

Conference USA

Horizon

Detroit Mercy

Ambranette Storr, 5’9, G, Jr. (2.0 ppg — 3 games, 2022-23)

Ivy

Note: Ivy League rules generally don’t allow graduate students to compete in varsity athletics, so a player’s Ivy eligibility ends when they graduate. If they have remaining NCAA eligibility, they can only use it by entering the portal and playing outside the conference as a graduate transfer. The players who are currently in the portal will finish the season at their Ivy League schools and transfer for next season.

Brown

Kyla Jones, 5’9, G, Sr. (17.1 ppg, 4.4 rpg)

Charlotte Jewell, 5’7, G, Sr. (5.9 ppg, 4.1 rpg — 2022-23)

Columbia 

Mary Lobon, 6’1, F, Sr. (1.0 ppg)

Nicole Stephens, 5’7, G, Sr. (4.9 ppg)

Cornell

Mia Beam, 5’8, G, Sr. (4.0 ppg)

Kaya Ingram, 5’8, G, Sr. (10.1 ppg, 3.0 apg)

Dartmouth

Mia Curtis, 5’9, G, Sr. (5.9 ppg)

Carrington Washburn, 6′, G/F, Sr. (2.5 ppg)

Mekkena Boyd, 5’8, G, Sr. (4.2 ppg)

Princeton

Chetanna Nweke, 6′, G, Sr. (3.4 ppg, 3.7 rpg)

Kaitlyn Chen, 5’9, G, Sr. (15.1 ppg, 4.2 apg)

Yale

Brenna McDonald, 6’3, F, Sr. (8.4 ppg, 6.1 rpg)

MAC

Eastern Michigan

Ce’Nara Skanes, 6’0, F, Sr. (13.1 ppg, 7.9 rpg, 1.8 spg — 2022-23)

MAAC

MEAC


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Missouri Valley

Valparaiso

Ava Interrante, 5’9, G, Sr. (5.6 ppg)

Jayda Johnston, 6’0, F, Sr. (3.8 ppg — 2022-23)

Mountain West

Wyoming

Bailey Wilborn, 5’8, G, Jr. (0 ppg)

NEC

Central Connecticut State

Tatiana Brown, 6′, C, Fr. (2.0 ppg)

Ava Naszimento, 6’2, C, Fr. (DNP) Hartford (D-III)

Merrimack

Amaya Staton, 6’1, F, Sr. (10.9 ppg, 6.7 rpg)

OVC

Patriot League

Bucknell

Julie Kulesza, 5’9, G, Sr. (2.0 ppg)

Nicole Davis, 6’4, F, Sr. (1.6 ppg)

SoCon

Chattanooga

Lamiah Walker, 5’11, G, Jr. (1.6 ppg)

Furman

Evie DePetro, 5’9, G, Sr. (4 ppg)

Southland

McNeese State

Grace Wener, 6’3, F, Soph. (0.9 ppg — 2022-23)

Gabrielle Wener, 6’3, G, Jr. (1.8 ppg — 2022-23)

SWAC

Alabama State

Che’Mya Carouthers, 5’10, G, Jr. (3.7 ppg)

Grambling State

Deivejon Harris, 6’2, C, Jr. (5.0 ppg — 5 games)

Texas Southern

Ariana Taylor, 6’1, F, Sr. (5.3 ppg — 2021-22)

Summit

Kansas City

Rain Green, 5’8, G, Sr. (9.7 ppg, 4.5 apg, 1.5 spg — 2022-23)

North Dakota

Darcy Jardine, 6’4, C, Soph. (1.5 ppg) → Western Colorado (D-II)

St. Thomas

Natalie Greenwood, 6’3, F, Soph. (0.0 ppg — 2 games) Trinity (D-III)

Sun Belt

Appalachian State 

Jurnee McLaurin, 5’8, G, Sr. (4.1 ppg — 2022-23 at Grambling)

Marshall

Roshala Scott, 5’8, G, Sr. (21.0 ppg, 3.8 rpg — 6 games)


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WCC

Loyola Marymount

Kimora Sykes, 6′, F, RS Sr., (7.5 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 1.6 spg — 2021-22) Prairie View A&M

Saint Mary’s

Jasmine Farmer, 5’9, G, Jr. (0.4 ppg — 2022-23)

WAC

Independent

Chicago State

Ana Hakilicka, 5’7, G, Sr. (6.0 ppg)

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