Former Olympians and WNBA MVPs Tina Charles and Sylvia Fowles will lead a 12-member U.S. women's basketball team in the AmeriCup competition Sept. 22-29 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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Guard Te'a Cooper, who averaged 11.9 points and 2.2 assists for South Carolina last season, is heading to Baylor as a graduate transfer, the Lady Bears announced.
- Charles, Fowles highlight U.S. AmeriCup team
- Cooper transfers from South Carolina to Baylor
- Ex-Texas guard Littleton lands at South Carolina
- South Carolina's Cooper also intends to transfer
After spending her last summer season with her AAU team, Angel Reese plans to visit her five finalists: Maryland, Tennessee, South Carolina, USC and Syracuse.
Former Texas guard Destiny Littleton is transferring to South Carolina.
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.
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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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Te'a Cooper scored 13 points, Alexis Jennings added 12 points and nine rebounds, and fourth-seeded South Carolina shook off a sluggish start to pull away from No. 13 seed Belmont 74-52 on Friday in the opening round of the women's NCAA Tournament.
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