2018 Transfer Season

Discussion in 'Women’s Basketball' started by DFW_Horn, Mar 7, 2018.

  1. Moooooo

    Moooooo 2,500+ Posts

    I don't believe Texas would have put out an official release if Shae had not signed a scholarship offer LOI.

    Not many times have we had 15 scholarship players on the roster. Coach G preferred a much smaller roster, and I did not agree with that philosophy as injuries really took their toll while she was here.
     
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  2. racerx5908

    racerx5908 500+ Posts

    She was signing something on that table with coaches and Mom watching!
     
  3. Moooooo

    Moooooo 2,500+ Posts

    Baylor's roster was:

    2 Seniors: Brown, Jackson
    3 Juniors: Cox, Landrum, Chou
    4 Sophs: Ursin, Richards, Oliver, Morris
    5 Fresh: Smith, DeCosta, Bickle, Egbo, Scott-Grayson

    2019 committed: Jordyn Oliver

    So, for 2019 they would have 3 more slots if no further attrition. There could be one or two more departures at Baylor based on recent posts.
     
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  4. LutherIsMyDog

    LutherIsMyDog 500+ Posts

  5. Moooooo

    Moooooo 2,500+ Posts

  6. racerx5908

    racerx5908 500+ Posts

    The irony of this is that the transfer rule is supposed to be allowed if you go to a school that offers a graduate program your original school does not.

    I know, a laugher.

    And to see that she's working on a masters in sport management at UT when it's obvious A&M offers it too.....just get rid of that stipulation NCAA. What a joke.

    http://hlknweb.tamu.edu/degrees-and-programs/graduate-degree-programs/ms-sport-management
     
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  7. Moooooo

    Moooooo 2,500+ Posts

    That was the original intent of the grad-transfer exception; but, I recall reading somewhere that the different major requirement is no longer in place.
     
  8. DFW_Horn

    DFW_Horn 1,000+ Posts

    I always assumed there were several loopholes in the grad-transfer provision. Maybe the original school only offers an undergrad degree in that program? Or the destination school can offer a grad specialization not offered at the original school - Sports Management with a focus on Finance for example. If @Moooooo is correct, I have no problem with doing away with it altogether - give the athletes that have obviously taken a serious academic course load additional options.
     
  9. racerx5908

    racerx5908 500+ Posts


    I always thought it was a shame we didn't honor Kahle as a "senior" at the end of the year. I mean, coursework-wise, she and the coaches should have known she could/would graduate. I guess they were lots of balls in the air? What Kahle wanted, if someone was going to transfer out or in, if we would sign another player to 2018?
     
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  10. DFW_Horn

    DFW_Horn 1,000+ Posts

    Great to get this update on Diani. Very cool of Coach Aston and Coach W.

     
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  11. racerx5908

    racerx5908 500+ Posts

    Nice to see she wasn't just forgotten after she took a medical retirement.
     
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  12. DFW_Horn

    DFW_Horn 1,000+ Posts

    Odd turn of events. Tough break for the Mountaineers.



    Any inside info, @SCspur ?
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2018 at 7:07 PM
  13. BabHorn

    BabHorn 10,000+ Posts

    that was a quick turnaround. Was she going to have to sit out a year if she went through with the move to WVU?
     
  14. SCspur

    SCspur < 25 Posts

    Dawn simply talked her down from the ledge. Glad she’s staying overall and makes a good back court great and filled with depth.
     
  15. DFW_Horn

    DFW_Horn 1,000+ Posts

    No. She would’ve been a grad transfer IIRC.
     
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