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Old 05-02-2018, 12:16 PM   #51
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Looks like the Cowgirls landed Gnanou as well! Huge help for the Cowgirl frontcourt this year.

2018 NEWS. 6’5 @NEO_WBBall Juco Athletic standout Mariam Gnanou of the Ivory Coast has finally decided to sign with @OSUWBB #LeBase #PassionHoopsAfrique https://t.co/75CJV4cyJA
She's a nice player, saw her play at the Region II Tourney in Shawnee.
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:45 PM   #52
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Looks like the strong chance of the aggots sweeping OU again next year. SC's program has dropped to the number 2 program in this state, not to mention the conference and nationally.
So, we're the Number 2 team in both the conference and the nation? Dang, I didn't realize you thought so highly of this team.
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Old 05-02-2018, 02:33 PM   #53
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So, we're the Number 2 team in both the conference and the nation? Dang, I didn't realize you thought so highly of this team.
My bad. Not good wording on my part. I probably should have said Tier 2 in the conference and nationally.
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Old 05-02-2018, 08:42 PM   #54
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Tatum will be the point from the first day of practice. Penzo will be a backup. Pellington will be an off-guard, probably a shooting guard. Ana will be the three. Most likely, we will see Maddie and EJ inside at first with Nydia eventually replacing EJ.

I think the graduate transfers of interest probably knew where they were going before they announced they were leaving their schools. They seem to be very specific in their destinations, like one or two choices. Most are not really that much help. We did look at one, at least.

Most of the 190 or so transfers are leaving because they weren't playing. Some may have been ranked #6 or 20 in HoopGurlz. But, they scored three points a game and got two rebounds, or some such similar statistics. They weren't playing because they weren't contributing.

We have recruited pretty well. With the players we have coming in, you have to look at each potential transfer as to how they will impact the team that has been recruited. You have two freshmen posts and another committed. Do you really want a post who hasn't shown much to get in their way? You have some of the best guards we have had in years. Do you really want to bring in a one or two-year project to get in their way?

When building a program with solid new lumber, why bring in some old boards that may only cause a weakened structure?

I don't know the recruits as well as some on the board......but I would think Pellington would be very much out of position playing the off guard (shooting guard). Her main asset is her ability to drive the ball....her shooting is very suspect. If Tatum takes over at point (I think a big if), I would think Pellington is the backup.

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Old 05-02-2018, 10:58 PM   #55
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I don't know the recruits as well as some on the board......but I would think Pellington would be very much out of position playing the off guard (shooting guard). Her main asset is her ability to drive the ball....her shooting is very suspect. If Tatum takes over at point (I think a big if), I would think Pellington is the backup.

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I hate that we are losing recruits to Mike Neighbors (next door at Arkansas), and now Jim over at Oklahoma State. Neither team have as good a recruit as Madi Williams, but still, it concerns me that when we are also recruiting players they are, we always seem to lose out. Maybe we should add another person to the staff, specially for the recruiting purposes?? We certainly need it!
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Old 05-02-2018, 11:01 PM   #56
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I don't know the recruits as well as some on the board......but I would think Pellington would be very much out of position playing the off guard (shooting guard). Her main asset is her ability to drive the ball....her shooting is very suspect. If Tatum takes over at point (I think a big if), I would think Pellington is the backup.

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At this point, Shaina really isn't a point. She is a great driver, and she will be developing a mid-range shot to go with that. But, we had two points, Shaina and Gabbi. Yet, we actually used Maddie and Giley as the points later in the year. Why?

Point guard is about distribution, getting the ball to the right people, keeping the offense moving. Although they were short, Shaina and Gabbi had better shooting guard tendencies. Even last year, we used TT instead of Gabbi at point much of the time.

That is what Tatum is all about. She is a floor general, someone who finds the open man. She creates the openings. She is the fighter on offense and defense who tries to define the action. She is a point guard.

I would look for Tatum to create opportunities in which Shaina could drive, unimpeded. She'll draw the defense to her, leaving Ana and Shaina open. They can kill you if you don''t gang up on them. Madison is best in an open court, under pressure. Break down the defense, and Madison can kill you.
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Old 05-03-2018, 10:04 AM   #57
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Women’s Basketball Transfers: Spring/Summer 2018

D-I women’s basketball players transferring (arranged by former school), based on reports from February forward. The player’s class (FR, SO, JR, SR) is for the 2017–18 season. (Last updated: May 3, 2018—recent additions to the list and those with a recently announced transfer destination are highlighted in red)

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• Total listed: 198
• Those with their new school noted: 89
• Grad transfers: 35
• Transferring from Power 5 schools: 64
• Transferring to Power 5 schools: 13
• D-I → D-II: 18
• D-I → NAIA: 3
• D-I → juco: 5

Akron
• Destiny Perkins, 5-6 FR guard, McCordsville, IN → IUPUI

Alabama
• DaiJia Ruffin, 5-9 JR guard, Louisville, KY (grad xfer)

Appalachian State
• Q. Murray, 5-9 RS JR guard, Baltimore, MD (immediately eligible; 2 years) → Towson

Ball State
• Carmen Grande, 5-8 JR point guard, Madrid, Spain (grad xfer)

Binghamton
• Jasmine Sina, 5-5 RS JR point guard, Lake Hopatcong, NJ (grad xfer) → St. John’s

Boston College
• Ella Awobajo, 6-1 RS JR forward, Kaduna, Nigeria (grad xfer) → Hartford

Bowling Green
• Kennedy Williams, 5-6 FR guard, Marshall, IL → Southern Indiana (D-II)
• Carly Santoro, 5-10 JR guard, Bellevue, OH (grad xfer) → Ohio State

BYU
• Liz Eaton, 5-10 SO guard, Mapleton, UT → Weber State
• Haley Bodnar Rydalch, 6-3 JR center, St. George, UT (grad xfer)

Cal Poly
• Ayzhiana Basallo, 5-5 FR point guard, San Francisco, CA → San Jose State

UC Santa Barbara
• Sarah Bates, 5-9 FR guard, Fresno, CA → Kansas State
• Akilah Jennings, 5-10 JR guard, San Jose, CA
• Sarah Porter, 5-10 RS JR guard, San Diego, CA (grad xfer) → Utah
• Nina Radford, 6-0 FR wing, Portland, OR → Northern Arizona

Chicago State
• Chanel Khammarath, 5-8 guard, Chicago, IL

Clemson
• Jaia Alexander, 5-10 SO guard, Baltimore, MD → Butler
• Nelly Perry, 5-10 SR guard, Camden, NJ (grad xfer)

Cleveland State
• Ashanti Abshaw, 5-9 RS JR forward, Cleveland Heights, OH (not on CSU 2018–19 roster; grad xfer?)

Colorado
• Ariana Freeman, 5-9 SR guard, Manassas, VA (grad xfer) → George Mason

Colorado State
• Anna Dreimane, 6-5 SO center, Riga, Latvia
• Jordyn Edwards, 5-8 RS FR guard, Seattle, WA
• Callie Kaiser, 5-10 JR wing, Broomfield, CO
• Nathalie Linden, 5-10 SO guard, Stockholm, Sweden
• Sofie Tryggedsson, 6-0 JR guard, Aarhus, Denmark

Columbia
• Alexa Giuliano, 5-6 SR guard, Hackettstown, NJ (grad xfer) → Fordham

UConn
• Andra Espinoza-Hunter, 5-11 FR guard, Ossining, NY → Mississippi State

Delaware State
• Ryan Jones, 5-5 FR point guard, Columbia, MD

Denver
• Carie Weinman, 5-9 FR guard, Glenview, IL
• Sidney Wentland, 6-0 FR forward, Elk River, MN

DePaul
• Claire McMahon, 6-1 SO shooting guard, Frankfort, IL
• Vinisha Sherrod, 5-9 FR guard, Bourbonnais, IL → Northern Illinois

Detroit Mercy
• Gracie Roberts, 5-8 JR guard, Nelson, New Zealand

Drexel
• Hayley Wardwell, 5-10 FR guard, Hanover, MA

East Tennessee State
• Morgan Martin, 6-1 RS JR forward, Davenport, IA (grad xfer)
• Alayjah Sherer, 5-10 G, Tupelo, MS → Northwest Florida State College (juco)

Eastern Michigan
• Esabelle Levine, 5-5 SO point guard, Eden Prairie, MN → Nova Southeastern (D-II)

Eastern Washington
• Symone Starks, 5-6 SO point guard, Highlands Ranch, CO

Evansville
• Crimson Jones, 5-11 SO guard, Flora, IL

Fairfield
• Erika Schlosser, 5-9 SO guard, Apple Valley, MN → Northwest Missouri State (D-II)

Florida
• Mikayla Hayes, 6-2 FR forward, Brooklyn Park, MN
• Tameria Johnson, 5-6 FR point guard, Ocala, FL
• Jalaysha Thomas, 6-2 FR forward, Ocala, FL

George Mason
• Danielle Deoul, 6-2 FR forward, Washingtonville, NY
• DeJah Williford-Kelley, 6-1 SO guard/forward, Columbia, SC

George Washington
• Kendall Bresee, 5-11 SO guard, Frederick, MD

Hampton
• Dejane’ James, 5-3 JR guard, Hartford, CT

High Point
• Haleigh Hatfield, 6-0 SO wing, Winston-Salem, NC
• Jiselle Thomas, 5-9 FR guard, Norwalk, OH

Idaho State
• Amanda Betlere, 5-6 FR guard, Riga, Latvia
• Nicole Murugarren, 6-2 JR forward, Madrid, Spain

Illinois
• Cydnee Kinslow, 6-2 RS SO forward, Oakley, CA
• Addaya Moore, 5-11 FR guard, Granite City, IL
• Jnaya Walker, 6-1 FR forward, Bolingbrook, IL

Illinois State
• Amaria Allen, 5-10 SO guard, Cincinnati, OH
• Zakiya Beckles, 5-6 SO guard, Middlesex, NJ
• Ajai Simmons, 5-10 FR guard, Studio City, CA
• Deja Turner, 5-11 SO guard, Tampa, FL
• Morgan VanHyfte, 6-0 SO guard, Annawan, IL → Central Missouri (D-II)

Indiana State
• Maryam Wilcher, 6-0 SO guard, Berwyn, IL → St. Edward’s (D-II)

IUPUI
• Taylor Drake, 6-3 SO center, Round Lake Height, IL

Iona
• Alexis Lewis, 5-10 JR guard, Pittston, PA → Seton Hall

Iowa State
• Bride Kennedy-Hopoate, 6-4 JR forward, Brisbane, Australia

Jacksonville State
• Morgan Towells, 5-7 SO guard, Atlanta, GA

La Salle
• Shaquana Edwards, 5-6 RS FR point guard, Hartford, CT

Liberty
• Iva Ilic, 5-7 SO shooting guard, Koprivnica, Croatia
• Ola Makurat, 6-2 SO guard/forward, Sierakowice, Poland → Utah

Lipscomb
• Morgan Turner, 6-2 JR forward, Guston, KY (grad xfer)

Long Beach State
• Chanterria Jackson, 6-1 JR forward, McKinney, TX → Tarleton State (D-II)

LSU
• Chloe Jackson, 5-9 RS JR shooting guard, Upper Marlboro, MD (grad xfer) → Baylor
• Tatum Neubert, 6-2 RS JR forward, Elizabeth, CO (grad xfer) → Colorado State
• Dekeriya Patterson, 5-9 FR guard, Lehigh Acres, FL

Louisiana Tech
• Maria Delgado, 5-9 JR guard, Bucaramanga, Colombia → Angelo State (D-II)

Louisville
• Sydney Zambrotta, 5-9 SO guard, North Babylon, NY

Maine
• Julie Brosseau, 5-8 SO shooting guard, Repentigny, Quebec → Utah

Manhattan
• KellyAnne O’Reilly, 5-7 SO shooting guard, Montville, NJ

Marquette
• Myriama Smith Traore, 6-2 FR forward, Whitewater, WI → St. Louis Univ.

Marshall
• Ekaterina Zhibareva, 6-0 JR forward, Liski, Russia

UMass
• Alexia Allesch, 6-2 FR wing, Basking Ridge, NJ
• Autumn Giles, 5-7 FR guard, Fort Myers, FL → Nova Southeastern (D-II)

UMass Lowell
• Jennifer Louro, 5-8 FR guard, Belmar, NJ → Monmouth

Memphis
• Damonique Miller, 5-11 RS JR wing, Little Rock, AR (grad xfer) → Eastern Illinois

Michigan
• KeAsja Peace, 6-3 SO forward, Toledo, OH → Houston

Ole Miss
• Alissa Alston, 5-8 JR point guard, New Haven, CT
• Shelby Gibson, 6-3 SO forward/center, Murfreesboro, TN
• Marlee Hatcher, 5-7 JR guard, Pontotoc, MS → Blue Mountain College (NAIA)
• Barbara Johnson, 5-8 JR guard, Toronto, ON
• Madinah Muhammad, 5-8 JR guard, Chicago, IL
• Chyna Nixon, 5-9 SO guard, Philadelphia, PA
• Kate Rodgers, 6-2 JR forward, Birmingham, AL → Troy
• Promise Taylor, 6-5 FR center, Issaquah, WA

UMKC
• Bri Stiers, 5-11 SO forward, Denver, CO

Monmouth
• Alaina Jarnot, 5-7 SO point guard, Brooklyn Park, MN → North Dakota
• Kayla Shaw, 5-10 SO guard, Scottsdale, AZ → Delaware

Montana
• Nora Klick, 6-0 RS FR guard, Simms, MT
• Hailey Nicholson, 6-0 SO forward, Malta, MT → Montana State University–Northern (NAIA)

Montana State
• Coral Gillette, 6-0 FR wing, Bismarck, ND → University of Mary (D-II)
• Laura Pranger, 6-2 FR forward, Centennial, CO → Azusa Pacific (D-II)

Morehead State
• Sisalynn Norman, 5-11 SO guard, Raleigh, NC

Morgan State
• Lexus Spears, 6-2 RS JR forward, Jacksonville, FL (grad xfer) → East Tennessee State

Navy
• Kaila Clark, 5-11 SO forward, Hughesville, MD → Richmond

New Hampshire
• Emily Peters, 5-6 JR guard, Lindstrom, MN (grad xfer)

New Mexico
• Mykiel Burleson, 5-11 SO guard, Pflugerville, TX → Texas A&M–Commerce (D-II)
• N’Dea Flye, 5-7 FR point guard, Oregon City, OR
• Jasmine Smith, 5-7 FR guard, Houston, TX

New Mexico State
• Jeneva Toilolo, 6-3 RS SO center, Honolulu, HI → Alaska Anchorage (D-II)

North Carolina Central
• Jada Blow, 5-5 SO guard, Chicago, IL
• Kayla Hall, 6-3 FR forward, Queens, NY
• Alyssa Thompson, 6-1 FR forward, Charlotte, NC → Fayetteville State (D-II)

North Dakota
• Fallyn Freije, 6-0 JR forward, Edmore, ND → Montana State

North Dakota State
• Kennedy Childers, 5-9 JR guard, Johnston, IA
• Anna Goodhope, 5-11 RS SO forward, Sioux Falls, SD → Sioux Falls (D-II)

North Texas
• Jada Poland, 6-0 SO forward, St. Louis, MO

Northern Arizona
• Abbey Jensen, 6-1 FR forward, Yuma, AZ

Northern Colorado
• Courtney Smith, 6-3 JR center, Thornton, CO → Denver

Northwestern State
• Cheyenne Brown, 6-2 JR center, Ben Wheeler, TX

Oakland
• Carah Burdette, 5-6 FR point guard, Lexington, KY

Ohio State
• Sierra Calhoun, 6-0 RS JR guard, Brooklyn, NY (grad xfer)

Omaha
• Sara Echelberry, 6-2 RS SO guard/forward, Conway Springs, KS
• Amber Vidal, 5-6 JR point guard, San Antonio, TX → Lamar

Oregon
• Sierra Campisano, 6-3 FR forward, San Diego, CA
• Anneli Maley, 6-2 FR wing, Melbourne, Australia → TCU
• Mallory McGwire, 6-5 SO forward, Reno, NV → Boise State

Penn State
• De’Janae Boykin, 6-2 RS SO forward, Springdale, MD → West Virginia

Pepperdine
• Sydney Bordonaro, 5-7 RS SO guard, Pittsburgh, PA (2-yr. grad xfer) → Long Beach State

Pitt
• Yacine Diop, 5-10 RS JR wing, Dakar, Senegal (grad xfer) → Louisville

Providence
• Ny’Dajah Jackson, 5-5 SO guard, Oakland, CA → Youngstown State

Purdue
• Miracle Gray, 5-6 SO guard, Stone Mountain, GA

Rhode Island
• Charise Wilson, 5-5 SR point guard, West Babylon, NY (grad xfer) → Seton Hall

Richmond
• Tonysha Curry, 5-10 FR guard, Louisville, KY
• Taisha Murphy, 5-10 JR guard, Clayton, NC (immediately eligible; 2 years) → East Tennessee State

Rider
• Jaiden Morris, 5-8 FR guard, Richmond, VA → Morgan State

Rutgers
• Desiree Keeling, 6-2 JR forward/center, Roanoke, VA → North Carolina Central

Sacred Heart
• Korina Guerra, 5-10 FR shooting guard, White Plains, NY

St. Bonaventure
• Keely Fresh, 5-8 RS SO guard, Lexington, VA (grad xfer)
• Jalisha Terry, 5-6 SO point guard, Flint, MI → Oakland

Saint Mary’s
• Joy Akaegbu-Cleveland, 6-2 SO forward, Spokane, WA → UC Irvine

San Francisco
• Anna Pierce, 5-6 SO guard, Plano, TX
• Cierra Roufosse, 6-3 RS SO forward, Abbotsford, British Columbia → Azusa Pacific (D-II)
• Ninni Salmi, 6-2 RS SO wing, Kauhajoki, Finland (grad xfer) → Northern Illinois

San Jose State
• Taylor Turney, 5-9 SO point guard, Henderson, NV

Savannah State
• Lauryn Fields, 5-5 SR guard, Cape May Court House, NJ (grad xfer)

Seton Hall
• Jayla Jones-Pack, 6-3 SO center, Amityville, NY → North Carolina A&T
• Deja Winters, 5-11 SO wing, Cleveland, OH → North Carolina A&T

Siena
• Candela Hermida, 5-8 FR guard, Vigo, Spain

South Carolina
• Bianca Cuevas-Moore, 5-6 SR point guard, Bronx, NY (grad xfer) → West Virginia
• Victoria Patrick, 5-8 SO guard, Orlando, FL → North Florida

South Dakota
• Jaycee Bradley, 5-9 JR guard, Norfolk, NE

Southern Cal
• Candela Abejσn, 6-1 JR guard, Gijon, Spain (grad xfer) → Manhattan

USC Upstate
• Tamera Thorpe, 5-8 JR guard, Greensboro, NC

Stetson
• Sydney Wagner, 5-6 FR point guard, Phoenixville, PA → William & Mary

Syracuse
• Nikki Oppenheimer, 5-9 FR guard, Glenview, IL

UT Martin
• Kendall Spray, 5-7 SO guard, Lebanon, TN

Texas
• Rellah Boothe, 6-3 FR forward, Ocala, FL → Northwest Florida State College (juco)
• Khalιann Caron-Goudreau, 6-4 RS JR forward, Gatineau, Quebec → Laval University (Quebec)

Texas A&M
• Anriel Howard, 6-1 JR forward, Atlanta, GA (grad xfer)
• Emer Nichols, 6-5 FR center, Pearland, TX
• Danni Williams, 5-10 JR guard, Clovis, NM (grad xfer)

Texas A&M–Corpus Christi
• K’neshia Bush, 5-11 FR forward, Jacksonville, FL → Eastern Oklahoma State College (juco)

UT Arlington
• Crystal Allen, 5-9 SR guard, Fort Worth, TX (grad xfer)

TCU
• Mikayla Christian, 5-9 SO guard, Round Rock, TX
• Amber Ramirez, 5-8 SO guard, San Antonio, TX

UTEP
• Faith Cook, 5-3 SO point guard, Baytown, TX
• Najala Howell, 5-10 JR wing, DeSoto, TX → New Mexico
• Roeshonda Patterson, 5-8 SO guard, Odessa, TX
• Rachel Tapps, 5-8 SO guard, Cypress, TX

Texas Tech
• Grayson Bright, 5-11 SO guard, Fort Worth, TX
• Lyndsey Whilby, 5-11 FR guard, Powder Springs, GA

Toledo
• Olivia Cunningham, 5-7 RS JR guard, Horn Lake, MS (grad xfer)
• Zaria Wright, 5-8 FR guard, Concord, NC

Towson
• Etalyia Vogt, 5-8 SO guard, Long Island, NY

Utah
• Megan Jacobs, 6-1 SO wing, Las Vegas, NV → Colorado State
• Tori Williams, 5-9 FR guard, Boise, ID

Utah State
• Jessie Geer, 5-8 SO guard, Gillette, WY → Sioux Falls (D-II)

Vanderbilt
• Kayla Overbeck, 6-1 SO forward, Newbury Park, CA → Southern Cal
• Paige Warren, 6-4 FR center, Dublin, OH
• Erin Whalen, 6-1 SO guard/forward, Charlotte, NC → Dayton

Vermont
• Kianna Funderburk, 5-9 FR guard, Charlotte, NC
• Dani Lozzi, 5-10 FR guard, Horsham, England

VCU
• Bria Gibson, 6-1 JR forward, Columbia, MD → High Point

Virginia Tech
• Celeste Akoro, 6-2 FR center, O’Fallon, IL
• Diandra DaRosa 5-6 SR point guard, Pawtucket, RI (grad xfer)
• Chanette Hicks, 5-6 JR point guard, Norfolk, VA
• Sierra Votaw, 6-1 FR foward, Harrells, NC → Eastern Florida State College (juco)

Washington
• Kierra Collier, 5-6 FR point guard, Kansas City, MO

Washington State
• Louise Brown, 6-3 RS JR forward, Melbourne, Australia (grad xfer) → Tennessee
• Cameron Fernandez, 5-10 SO forward, Makawao, HI → Alaska Anchorage (D-II)
• Nike McClure, 6-3 RS JR forward, Tenino, WA (grad xfer) → New Mexico
• Taryn Shelley, 6-2 FR forward, Shoreline, WA → Montana State Billings (D-II)
• Kayla Washington, 6-0 SO forward, San Bernardino, CA

West Virginia
• Ashley Jones, 5-6 FR guard, Philadelphia, PA → Temple

Western Carolina
• Nikki Johnson, 5-8 SO guard, Parsippany, NJ

Western Michigan
• Emma VanZanten, 6-4 SO center, Grand Rapids, MI → Youngstown State

William & Mary
• Nari Garner, 5-7 SO shooting guard, Tampa, FL

Wisconsin
• Roichelle Marble, 5-7 RS JR guard, Des Moines, IA (grad xfer) → Colorado State

Xavier
• Jordyn Dawson, 5-10 FR guard/forward, Huntington, WV → Wabash Valley College (juco)

Youngstown State
• Natalie Myers, 5-11 SO guard/forward, Lower Burrell, PA
• Anne Secrest, 6-0 FR forward, Claypool, IN → Indiana Wesleyan (NAIA)
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Notice: transferring TO power five schools, 13.
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I hate that we are losing recruits to Mike Neighbors (next door at Arkansas), and now Jim over at Oklahoma State. Neither team have as good a recruit as Madi Williams, but still, it concerns me that when we are also recruiting players they are, we always seem to lose out. Maybe we should add another person to the staff, specially for the recruiting purposes?? We certainly need it!
Who did we lost to Arkansas, other than Dungee transferring? They aren't even recruiting the same level of talent.
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Duomba for two, and Reece for the class of '19, a great prospect, actually ok's highest ranked one according to prospect nation. Hope he doesn't grab Gregory as well :-(
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Duomba for two, and Reece for the class of '19, a great prospect, actually ok's highest ranked one according to prospect nation. Hope he doesn't grab Gregory as well :-(
I think we had quit recruiting prior to the Doumbia signing. We had our guards. I don't know that we were interested in Reece. Just because some site rates a player high doesn't mean she belongs there.
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Duomba for two, and Reece for the class of '19, a great prospect, actually ok's highest ranked one according to prospect nation. Hope he doesn't grab Gregory as well :-(
You see Gregory's #Dax2Norman tweet a couple days ago? Dax Hill is a top 40 football recruit, and she literally tweeted that out. I think OU is in very good shape for her.
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women’s basketball transfers: Spring/summer 2018

d-i women’s basketball players transferring (arranged by former school), based on reports from february forward. The player’s class (fr, so, jr, sr) is for the 2017–18 season. (last updated: May 3, 2018—recent additions to the list and those with a recently announced transfer destination are highlighted in red)

stats
• total listed: 198
• those with their new school noted: 89
• grad transfers: 35
• transferring from power 5 schools: 64
• transferring to power 5 schools: 13
• d-i → d-ii: 18
• d-i → naia: 3
• d-i → juco: 5

akron
• destiny perkins, 5-6 fr guard, mccordsville, in → iupui

alabama
• daijia ruffin, 5-9 jr guard, louisville, ky (grad xfer)

appalachian state
• q. Murray, 5-9 rs jr guard, baltimore, md (immediately eligible; 2 years) → towson

ball state
• carmen grande, 5-8 jr point guard, madrid, spain (grad xfer)

binghamton
• jasmine sina, 5-5 rs jr point guard, lake hopatcong, nj (grad xfer) → st. John’s

boston college
• ella awobajo, 6-1 rs jr forward, kaduna, nigeria (grad xfer) → hartford

bowling green
• kennedy williams, 5-6 fr guard, marshall, il → southern indiana (d-ii)
• carly santoro, 5-10 jr guard, bellevue, oh (grad xfer) → ohio state

byu
• liz eaton, 5-10 so guard, mapleton, ut → weber state
• haley bodnar rydalch, 6-3 jr center, st. George, ut (grad xfer)

cal poly
• ayzhiana basallo, 5-5 fr point guard, san francisco, ca → san jose state

uc santa barbara
• sarah bates, 5-9 fr guard, fresno, ca → kansas state
• akilah jennings, 5-10 jr guard, san jose, ca
• sarah porter, 5-10 rs jr guard, san diego, ca (grad xfer) → utah
• nina radford, 6-0 fr wing, portland, or → northern arizona

chicago state
• chanel khammarath, 5-8 guard, chicago, il

clemson
• jaia alexander, 5-10 so guard, baltimore, md → butler
• nelly perry, 5-10 sr guard, camden, nj (grad xfer)

cleveland state
• ashanti abshaw, 5-9 rs jr forward, cleveland heights, oh (not on csu 2018–19 roster; grad xfer?)

colorado
• ariana freeman, 5-9 sr guard, manassas, va (grad xfer) → george mason

colorado state
• anna dreimane, 6-5 so center, riga, latvia
• jordyn edwards, 5-8 rs fr guard, seattle, wa
• callie kaiser, 5-10 jr wing, broomfield, co
• nathalie linden, 5-10 so guard, stockholm, sweden
• sofie tryggedsson, 6-0 jr guard, aarhus, denmark

columbia
• alexa giuliano, 5-6 sr guard, hackettstown, nj (grad xfer) → fordham

uconn
• andra espinoza-hunter, 5-11 fr guard, ossining, ny → mississippi state

delaware state
• ryan jones, 5-5 fr point guard, columbia, md

denver
• carie weinman, 5-9 fr guard, glenview, il
• sidney wentland, 6-0 fr forward, elk river, mn

depaul
• claire mcmahon, 6-1 so shooting guard, frankfort, il
• vinisha sherrod, 5-9 fr guard, bourbonnais, il → northern illinois

detroit mercy
• gracie roberts, 5-8 jr guard, nelson, new zealand

drexel
• hayley wardwell, 5-10 fr guard, hanover, ma

east tennessee state
• morgan martin, 6-1 rs jr forward, davenport, ia (grad xfer)
• alayjah sherer, 5-10 g, tupelo, ms → northwest florida state college (juco)

eastern michigan
• esabelle levine, 5-5 so point guard, eden prairie, mn → nova southeastern (d-ii)

eastern washington
• symone starks, 5-6 so point guard, highlands ranch, co

evansville
• crimson jones, 5-11 so guard, flora, il

fairfield
• erika schlosser, 5-9 so guard, apple valley, mn → northwest missouri state (d-ii)

florida
• mikayla hayes, 6-2 fr forward, brooklyn park, mn
• tameria johnson, 5-6 fr point guard, ocala, fl
• jalaysha thomas, 6-2 fr forward, ocala, fl

george mason
• danielle deoul, 6-2 fr forward, washingtonville, ny
• dejah williford-kelley, 6-1 so guard/forward, columbia, sc

george washington
• kendall bresee, 5-11 so guard, frederick, md

hampton
• dejane’ james, 5-3 jr guard, hartford, ct

high point
• haleigh hatfield, 6-0 so wing, winston-salem, nc
• jiselle thomas, 5-9 fr guard, norwalk, oh

idaho state
• amanda betlere, 5-6 fr guard, riga, latvia
• nicole murugarren, 6-2 jr forward, madrid, spain

illinois
• cydnee kinslow, 6-2 rs so forward, oakley, ca
• addaya moore, 5-11 fr guard, granite city, il
• jnaya walker, 6-1 fr forward, bolingbrook, il

illinois state
• amaria allen, 5-10 so guard, cincinnati, oh
• zakiya beckles, 5-6 so guard, middlesex, nj
• ajai simmons, 5-10 fr guard, studio city, ca
• deja turner, 5-11 so guard, tampa, fl
• morgan vanhyfte, 6-0 so guard, annawan, il → central missouri (d-ii)

indiana state
• maryam wilcher, 6-0 so guard, berwyn, il → st. Edward’s (d-ii)

iupui
• taylor drake, 6-3 so center, round lake height, il

iona
• alexis lewis, 5-10 jr guard, pittston, pa → seton hall

iowa state
• bride kennedy-hopoate, 6-4 jr forward, brisbane, australia

jacksonville state
• morgan towells, 5-7 so guard, atlanta, ga

la salle
• shaquana edwards, 5-6 rs fr point guard, hartford, ct

liberty
• iva ilic, 5-7 so shooting guard, koprivnica, croatia
• ola makurat, 6-2 so guard/forward, sierakowice, poland → utah

lipscomb
• morgan turner, 6-2 jr forward, guston, ky (grad xfer)

long beach state
• chanterria jackson, 6-1 jr forward, mckinney, tx → tarleton state (d-ii)

lsu
• chloe jackson, 5-9 rs jr shooting guard, upper marlboro, md (grad xfer) → baylor
• tatum neubert, 6-2 rs jr forward, elizabeth, co (grad xfer) → colorado state
• dekeriya patterson, 5-9 fr guard, lehigh acres, fl

louisiana tech
• maria delgado, 5-9 jr guard, bucaramanga, colombia → angelo state (d-ii)

louisville
• sydney zambrotta, 5-9 so guard, north babylon, ny

maine
• julie brosseau, 5-8 so shooting guard, repentigny, quebec → utah

manhattan
• kellyanne o’reilly, 5-7 so shooting guard, montville, nj

marquette
• myriama smith traore, 6-2 fr forward, whitewater, wi → st. Louis univ.

Marshall
• ekaterina zhibareva, 6-0 jr forward, liski, russia

umass
• alexia allesch, 6-2 fr wing, basking ridge, nj
• autumn giles, 5-7 fr guard, fort myers, fl → nova southeastern (d-ii)

umass lowell
• jennifer louro, 5-8 fr guard, belmar, nj → monmouth

memphis
• damonique miller, 5-11 rs jr wing, little rock, ar (grad xfer) → eastern illinois

michigan
• keasja peace, 6-3 so forward, toledo, oh → houston

ole miss
• alissa alston, 5-8 jr point guard, new haven, ct
• shelby gibson, 6-3 so forward/center, murfreesboro, tn
• marlee hatcher, 5-7 jr guard, pontotoc, ms → blue mountain college (naia)
• barbara johnson, 5-8 jr guard, toronto, on
• madinah muhammad, 5-8 jr guard, chicago, il
• chyna nixon, 5-9 so guard, philadelphia, pa
• kate rodgers, 6-2 jr forward, birmingham, al → troy
• promise taylor, 6-5 fr center, issaquah, wa

umkc
• bri stiers, 5-11 so forward, denver, co

monmouth
• alaina jarnot, 5-7 so point guard, brooklyn park, mn → north dakota
• kayla shaw, 5-10 so guard, scottsdale, az → delaware

montana
• nora klick, 6-0 rs fr guard, simms, mt
• hailey nicholson, 6-0 so forward, malta, mt → montana state university–northern (naia)

montana state
• coral gillette, 6-0 fr wing, bismarck, nd → university of mary (d-ii)
• laura pranger, 6-2 fr forward, centennial, co → azusa pacific (d-ii)

morehead state
• sisalynn norman, 5-11 so guard, raleigh, nc

morgan state
• lexus spears, 6-2 rs jr forward, jacksonville, fl (grad xfer) → east tennessee state

navy
• kaila clark, 5-11 so forward, hughesville, md → richmond

new hampshire
• emily peters, 5-6 jr guard, lindstrom, mn (grad xfer)

new mexico
• mykiel burleson, 5-11 so guard, pflugerville, tx → texas a&m–commerce (d-ii)
• n’dea flye, 5-7 fr point guard, oregon city, or
• jasmine smith, 5-7 fr guard, houston, tx

new mexico state
• jeneva toilolo, 6-3 rs so center, honolulu, hi → alaska anchorage (d-ii)

north carolina central
• jada blow, 5-5 so guard, chicago, il
• kayla hall, 6-3 fr forward, queens, ny
• alyssa thompson, 6-1 fr forward, charlotte, nc → fayetteville state (d-ii)

north dakota
• fallyn freije, 6-0 jr forward, edmore, nd → montana state

north dakota state
• kennedy childers, 5-9 jr guard, johnston, ia
• anna goodhope, 5-11 rs so forward, sioux falls, sd → sioux falls (d-ii)

north texas
• jada poland, 6-0 so forward, st. Louis, mo

northern arizona
• abbey jensen, 6-1 fr forward, yuma, az

northern colorado
• courtney smith, 6-3 jr center, thornton, co → denver

northwestern state
• cheyenne brown, 6-2 jr center, ben wheeler, tx

oakland
• carah burdette, 5-6 fr point guard, lexington, ky

ohio state
• sierra calhoun, 6-0 rs jr guard, brooklyn, ny (grad xfer)

omaha
• sara echelberry, 6-2 rs so guard/forward, conway springs, ks
• amber vidal, 5-6 jr point guard, san antonio, tx → lamar

oregon
• sierra campisano, 6-3 fr forward, san diego, ca
• anneli maley, 6-2 fr wing, melbourne, australia → tcu
• mallory mcgwire, 6-5 so forward, reno, nv → boise state

penn state
• de’janae boykin, 6-2 rs so forward, springdale, md → west virginia

pepperdine
• sydney bordonaro, 5-7 rs so guard, pittsburgh, pa (2-yr. Grad xfer) → long beach state

pitt
• yacine diop, 5-10 rs jr wing, dakar, senegal (grad xfer) → louisville

providence
• ny’dajah jackson, 5-5 so guard, oakland, ca → youngstown state

purdue
• miracle gray, 5-6 so guard, stone mountain, ga

rhode island
• charise wilson, 5-5 sr point guard, west babylon, ny (grad xfer) → seton hall

richmond
• tonysha curry, 5-10 fr guard, louisville, ky
• taisha murphy, 5-10 jr guard, clayton, nc (immediately eligible; 2 years) → east tennessee state

rider
• jaiden morris, 5-8 fr guard, richmond, va → morgan state

rutgers
• desiree keeling, 6-2 jr forward/center, roanoke, va → north carolina central

sacred heart
• korina guerra, 5-10 fr shooting guard, white plains, ny

st. Bonaventure
• keely fresh, 5-8 rs so guard, lexington, va (grad xfer)
• jalisha terry, 5-6 so point guard, flint, mi → oakland

saint mary’s
• joy akaegbu-cleveland, 6-2 so forward, spokane, wa → uc irvine

san francisco
• anna pierce, 5-6 so guard, plano, tx
• cierra roufosse, 6-3 rs so forward, abbotsford, british columbia → azusa pacific (d-ii)
• ninni salmi, 6-2 rs so wing, kauhajoki, finland (grad xfer) → northern illinois

san jose state
• taylor turney, 5-9 so point guard, henderson, nv

savannah state
• lauryn fields, 5-5 sr guard, cape may court house, nj (grad xfer)

seton hall
• jayla jones-pack, 6-3 so center, amityville, ny → north carolina a&t
• deja winters, 5-11 so wing, cleveland, oh → north carolina a&t

siena
• candela hermida, 5-8 fr guard, vigo, spain

south carolina
• bianca cuevas-moore, 5-6 sr point guard, bronx, ny (grad xfer) → west virginia
• victoria patrick, 5-8 so guard, orlando, fl → north florida

south dakota
• jaycee bradley, 5-9 jr guard, norfolk, ne

southern cal
• candela abejσn, 6-1 jr guard, gijon, spain (grad xfer) → manhattan

usc upstate
• tamera thorpe, 5-8 jr guard, greensboro, nc

stetson
• sydney wagner, 5-6 fr point guard, phoenixville, pa → william & mary

syracuse
• nikki oppenheimer, 5-9 fr guard, glenview, il

ut martin
• kendall spray, 5-7 so guard, lebanon, tn

texas
• rellah boothe, 6-3 fr forward, ocala, fl → northwest florida state college (juco)
• khalιann caron-goudreau, 6-4 rs jr forward, gatineau, quebec → laval university (quebec)

texas a&m
• anriel howard, 6-1 jr forward, atlanta, ga (grad xfer)
• emer nichols, 6-5 fr center, pearland, tx
• danni williams, 5-10 jr guard, clovis, nm (grad xfer)

texas a&m–corpus christi
• k’neshia bush, 5-11 fr forward, jacksonville, fl → eastern oklahoma state college (juco)

ut arlington
• crystal allen, 5-9 sr guard, fort worth, tx (grad xfer)

tcu
• mikayla christian, 5-9 so guard, round rock, tx
• amber ramirez, 5-8 so guard, san antonio, tx

utep
• faith cook, 5-3 so point guard, baytown, tx
• najala howell, 5-10 jr wing, desoto, tx → new mexico
• roeshonda patterson, 5-8 so guard, odessa, tx
• rachel tapps, 5-8 so guard, cypress, tx

texas tech
• grayson bright, 5-11 so guard, fort worth, tx
• lyndsey whilby, 5-11 fr guard, powder springs, ga

toledo
• olivia cunningham, 5-7 rs jr guard, horn lake, ms (grad xfer)
• zaria wright, 5-8 fr guard, concord, nc

towson
• etalyia vogt, 5-8 so guard, long island, ny

utah
• megan jacobs, 6-1 so wing, las vegas, nv → colorado state
• tori williams, 5-9 fr guard, boise, id

utah state
• jessie geer, 5-8 so guard, gillette, wy → sioux falls (d-ii)

vanderbilt
• kayla overbeck, 6-1 so forward, newbury park, ca → southern cal
• paige warren, 6-4 fr center, dublin, oh
• erin whalen, 6-1 so guard/forward, charlotte, nc → dayton

vermont
• kianna funderburk, 5-9 fr guard, charlotte, nc
• dani lozzi, 5-10 fr guard, horsham, england

vcu
• bria gibson, 6-1 jr forward, columbia, md → high point

virginia tech
• celeste akoro, 6-2 fr center, o’fallon, il
• diandra darosa 5-6 sr point guard, pawtucket, ri (grad xfer)
• chanette hicks, 5-6 jr point guard, norfolk, va
• sierra votaw, 6-1 fr foward, harrells, nc → eastern florida state college (juco)

washington
• kierra collier, 5-6 fr point guard, kansas city, mo

washington state
• louise brown, 6-3 rs jr forward, melbourne, australia (grad xfer) → tennessee
• cameron fernandez, 5-10 so forward, makawao, hi → alaska anchorage (d-ii)
• nike mcclure, 6-3 rs jr forward, tenino, wa (grad xfer) → new mexico
• taryn shelley, 6-2 fr forward, shoreline, wa → montana state billings (d-ii)
• kayla washington, 6-0 so forward, san bernardino, ca

west virginia
• ashley jones, 5-6 fr guard, philadelphia, pa → temple

western carolina
• nikki johnson, 5-8 so guard, parsippany, nj

western michigan
• emma vanzanten, 6-4 so center, grand rapids, mi → youngstown state

william & mary
• nari garner, 5-7 so shooting guard, tampa, fl

wisconsin
• roichelle marble, 5-7 rs jr guard, des moines, ia (grad xfer) → colorado state

xavier
• jordyn dawson, 5-10 fr guard/forward, huntington, wv → wabash valley college (juco)

youngstown state
• natalie myers, 5-11 so guard/forward, lower burrell, pa
• anne secrest, 6-0 fr forward, claypool, in → indiana wesleyan (naia)
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Chou Leaving Baylor.. personally I never thought she was a good fit there, I wouldn’t be surprised to see her land at a Pac 12 school, Cal could really use her.

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She seemed very overrated from her high school ranking to Me. Maybe had lots of potential she just did not tap into due to confidence but wish her well wherever she goes.
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5 Erin Boley Notre Dame
7 Destiny Slocum Maryland
8 Natalie Chou Baylor
10 Tori McCoy, Ohio State
12 Amber Ramirez, TCU
13 Ciera Johnson, Louisville
14 Sierra Campisano, Oregon
15 Valerie Higgins, USC
16 Jennifer Staiti, Maryland
19 Nancy Mulkey, Oklahoma
23 A'Tayanna Gaulden, Florida State
24 Kiera Lewis, Ohio State
25 Jasmine Walker, Florida State

Thirteen of the top twenty-five have transferred? Over half? Have any of these, other than Slocum, stood out? This was the class of Dungee and Mulkey.
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I think Chou would have been a nice pick up for us. I don't know enough about the rest.
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Wow, that's a remarkable percentage of transfers! It's becoming more and more prevalent in the women's game, as much as the men's almost, and I'll be honest, I don't like it at all! I hate even more that one has to sit out a full school year in most cases after transferring. Does anyone know the reasoning behind this?

Looks to me that that specific class may have been a flop, with the exception of a small few. I'll be interested to see how Dungee does at Arkansas this coming season, as well as Mulkey at Rice. Very interested indeed.

Also, can someone clarify for me, will Bloom be eligible to play for us come January 2019??
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First, we have no clue as to Bloom's status. But, I strongly suspect that Sherri would make no attempt to use her this year.

We have EJ, Aspen, and Nydia. I suspect that we would try to develop Aspen and Nydia into the new version of post that Sherri has, using EJ as the connection to the old. Then, I would anticipate that Bloom will be developed in practice, but having the eligibility retained to work with the incoming freshmen, recruits, and Shaina and Ana. I doubt she sees the floor until November, 2019.
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Aliyah Wilson transferred from Arkansas at the same time. So, Dungee is essentially taking her place.
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Yeah, Wilson was the highest recruit out of Oklahoma that class, to my knowledge. Too bad she didn't want to come back home to OU! I still feel like we need one more player in this incoming class. I just have that feeling that 11 players is not enough. Considering our history with illness, injury, etc. Call me crazy, but I see us running into trouble again in having quality replacements for the starters when needed.
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Yeah, Wilson was the highest recruit out of Oklahoma that class, to my knowledge. Too bad she didn't want to come back home to OU! I still feel like we need one more player in this incoming class. I just have that feeling that 11 players is not enough. Considering our history with illness, injury, etc. Call me crazy, but I see us running into trouble again in having quality replacements for the starters when needed.
Wilson only scored about 4 ppg and shot about 28%.
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As a freshman, right? That means nothing to me, Dungee only averaged around 7ppg but I guarantee further in her career she'll produce more. According to hoopgurlz very reliable rankings (sarcasm), Wilson is a better player, so who knows why she didn't produce more, could have been the coaching, or some other conflict. My point is, in my opinion she's a good player and we could have used her.
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I don't always agree with HoopGurlz (or Prospect Nation, although I regard them more highly). After watching Muskogee play Choctaw a couple of years ago in the state semi-finals, I thought that Ana had the ability to play D-1 ball. Wilson? What I noticed was that Wilson scored most of her points by being about a 5-11 Guard who really didn't shoot much from outside. She took it to the rim, being larger than the players who defended her. She missed often, but got the rebound over-and-over until she scored, almost always a layup. I didn't think she would shoot well enough to play outside as a guard in D-1, and I suspected that she would not be able to dominate the boards as she had against Choctaw, a team without a tall player. Although she might end up better than what I saw, I suspected that she would not be all that successful unless at a mid-major. Her freshmen year statistics seemed to bear that out. Dungee and Ana both outperformed her, and she was supposed to be the star over Dungee. Texas had a guard this year that I felt much like that about: highly-ranked, show me. So far, she hasn't.
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I don't always agree with HoopGurlz (or Prospect Nation, although I regard them more highly). After watching Muskogee play Choctaw a couple of years ago in the state semi-finals, I thought that Ana had the ability to play D-1 ball. Wilson? What I noticed was that Wilson scored most of her points by being about a 5-11 Guard who really didn't shoot much from outside. She took it to the rim, being larger than the players who defended her. She missed often, but got the rebound over-and-over until she scored, almost always a layup. I didn't think she would shoot well enough to play outside as a guard in D-1, and I suspected that she would not be able to dominate the boards as she had against Choctaw, a team without a tall player. Although she might end up better than what I saw, I suspected that she would not be all that successful unless at a mid-major. Her freshmen year statistics seemed to bear that out. Dungee and Ana both outperformed her, and she was supposed to be the star over Dungee. Texas had a guard this year that I felt much like that about: highly-ranked, show me. So far, she hasn't.
Which Texas player are you referring to? I think it's pretty sad with how many all-americans Texas has, and Baylor, that we still can play them as closely as we did this year, not having any on our team. Maybe a good indicator that the rankings are not accurate or that we might in fact have better coaches? Who knows. I've always noticed that freshman at OU get more playing time then other Big 12 schools, usually because depth and lack of older Talent. Nonetheless I'm super excited to see these Freshmen that have come in this season!! Lampkin is the most intriguing player to me and cannot wait to see her play
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