Texas women’s basketball, softball welcome new recruit, transfers

18 Apr By
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Texas women's basketball flipped one of the players who committed to head coach Vic Schaefer at Mississippi State, and the Longhorns are welcoming transfers in both women's basketball and softball (photos courtesy of texassports.com / graphic by Horns Illustrated).

By Riley Zayas

AUSTIN, Texas — Over the past month, the coronavirus has kept a lot of things shut down, but the NCAA transfer portal is not one of them, so athletes continue to look for new places to compete.

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Some of the athletes who will seek a new place to play will be those whose teams compete in the spring were granted an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA because of the pandemic that shut down sports across the country; the seniors on those teams earned a chance to extend their college careers. Couple them with the underclassmen simply looking for a change in scenery, and rosters will look a bit different come next fall. Texas women’s basketball and softball