June 13, 2022 

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Who won the ACC transfer wars?

Em Adler and Missy Heidrick talk all things ACC transfers

It’s time for another episode of the Locked on Women’s Basketball podcast. The Next‘s Em Adler and Missy Heidrick get together to talk all things ACC transfers.

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Missy speaks on the ACC programs:

“NC State this is a team 32-4 last season, Westmore obviously is building a dynasty so to speak at in Raleigh. But I think the question is when you take a player like Elissa Cunane out of the lineup, what happens… But he has been so good and finding no pun intended those diamonds in the rough out of the portal and someone like Diamond Johnson , who came on the scene last year from Rutgers to NC State and was an impact player from the get go.”

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Missy talks about North Carolina and what changes they have made:

“Now if we go to North Carolina, which had maybe one of the youngest rosters in the country last year, but they finished 25-7. Courtney Banghart kind of figuring out exactly the type of player that she wants. They haven’t been or made as much of a splash in that transfer portal. But I think one of the biggest news stories that people have been following in college basketball, is the fact that Carlie Littlefield will not be back at North Carolina.”

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