Former Texas guard Destiny Littleton is transferring to South Carolina.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 94-38
- 11/15W 69-57
- 11/189L 85-61
- 11/22W 101-55
- 11/239L 70-68
- 11/24L 90-85
- 11/28W 65-55
- 12/24L 94-69
- 12/5W 80-50
- 12/16W 82-73
- 12/21W 88-60
- 12/30W 66-53
- 1/321W 60-57
- 1/6W 62-59
- 1/10W 71-40
- 1/13W 76-53
- 1/177L 89-74
- 1/2125W 79-65
- 1/28W 80-69
- 1/3119W 74-70
- 2/3W 87-79
- 2/7W 76-42
- 2/114L 97-79
- 2/14W 65-57
- 2/17W 96-77
- 2/2116L 65-57
- 2/24W 82-67
- 2/28W 73-66
- 3/35L 68-64
- 3/8L 95-89
- 3/2213W 74-52
- 3/245W 72-64
- 3/301L 93-68
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Oregon is one of three Pac-12 teams in the top six. Reigning NCAA champion Baylor checks in at No. 2, and UConn starts out at No. 7.
- Ex-Texas guard Littleton lands at South Carolina
- South Carolina's Cooper also intends to transfer
- Herbert Harrigan among 3 to transfer from SC
- Baylor top seed in NCAA women's tournament
This Just In
South Carolina guard Te'a Cooper intends to leave the program. Team spokeswoman Diana Koval said Wednesday that Cooper's name is in the NCAA's transfer portal. Cooper, the team's leading scorer, becomes the fourth player from this year's team this week saying they want to transfer. Forwards Mikiah Herbert Harrigan and LaDazhia Williams and guard Bianca Jackson had previously announced their intentions to go.
South Carolina guard Te'a Cooper intends to leave the program, making her the fourth player on the team to do so this week.
Three South Carolina players intend to transfer, including 6-foot-2 junior Mikiah Herbert Harrigan. She started 21 games this season and figured to play a significant role on next year's team.
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