Monday, August 4, 2014

Who's gone from your favorite team? Check out our findings

The transfer carousel is in full motion, and we've tracked as many as we can. Are we missing someone? Email us with info at

Otherwise, here's what we've come up with so far about who's gone, gone, gone from 2014-15 rosters. (Richmond and William and Mary, all present and accounted for; Hampton has no official roster available yet.)

George Mason

Char-Dell Dunningan: the 6-2 sophomore, who saw limited action, is no longer on the roster.
Brittany Jackson: the 5-7 sophomore who averaged five minutes and 2.5 ppg last season is no longer on the roster.
Dominique Dawson: the little-used 6-foot senior from Baltimore is no longer on the roster.
Denisha Petty-Evans: the 5-9 sophomore from New Jersey, who started three games, has transferred to Siena.
Christine Weithman: Has not played the last two seasons and will not return following hip surgery.


Sade King: the tiny guard from New York, who played in just 15 games and scored a total of 32 points for the season, is at Division II University of New Haven.

James Madison

Allysia Rohlehr: We were eager to see the 5-9 guard, a transfer from Pensacola Junior College, but one too many concussions has ended her basketball career.
Amani Tatum: the 5-7 guard from New York who saw little time with the Dukes will play at Manhattan College.
Crystal Ross: the 6-3 center, who averaged seven minutes her junior year, will not play this season.

Moriah Begin: the 5-7 guard, who scored just eight points as a freshman, is no longer on the roster.

Jessica Parker: the 6-2 junior, who didn't play her first two years and scored eight points last season, is no longer on the roster.

Norfolk State
Logan Powell: All-Rookie MEAC team, the 6-foot forward who started six games, returns close to home to play for Kentucky State (love the nickname Thorobrettes).
Janel Cannon: the 5-8 sophomore, who played in 12 games, is no longer on the roster
Quineshia Leonard: the 6-1 senior, who averaged 5.6 ppg and 5.9 rpg, will not play her senior year.

Old Dominion

Shae Kelley: the Lady Monarchs leader in nearly every category will finish out her collegiate career at Minnesota under new coach Marlene Stollings, the former VCU coach. We spoke with Shae in-depth about the decision in May. 


While all three are gone from the Highlanders, a decision the players say was not theirs, we can only find info on one.

Paris Brower: Averaged.  0.9 ppg; now at Division II Mount Olive
De'June Robinson: Averaged 8.2 minutes and 1.2 ppg.
Kermisha Clark: Started 11 games and averaged 5.4 ppg
LaShe Walker: Will remain a student at Radford, though not returning to team for medical reasons.

Jessica Pellechio: VCU's major loss is Drexel's gain. The 5-6 sophomore guard averaged 9.1 ppg, made five starts and shot .348 from behind the arc.
Amber McCann: the senior, who made one start as a junior, is no longer on the roster.


Amanda Fioravanti: Transferred to St. Joseph's after one semester.
Raeshaun Gaffney: the highly touted redshirt freshman guard, who averaged 11.1 minutes and 3.1 ppg, is headed back home to play for Xavier.

Virginia Tech

Lauren Evans: the junior, who saw her playing time fall off last year, will play for Niya Butts at Arizona.
Serafina Maulupe: last year's backup point guard is headed closer to home to play at Cal State Northridge.

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