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Uncovering the Latest in LSU Women's Hoops: Commitments, Transfers, Elite Eight, WNBA

The Women's Basketball team lost a thriller to Iowa in the Elite Eight in what was the most watched college basketball game ever on ESPN Platforms and the most watched women's college basketball game ever. The will look to build the roster up next year with some big pieces moving on and some big pieces coming in.

LSU had two players selected to the All-American Team in First Team Selection Angel Reese and Honorable Mention Selection Aneesah Morrow. Angel has declared for the WNBA Draft and will go down as one of the greatest LSU athletes of All-Time after bringing the Tigers their first and only NCAA Championship. Over her four year career at LSU and Maryland she averaged a double-double with 18.6 points and 12.3 rebounds per game. With Reese leaving that will only further the impressive numbers her counterpart Morrow has put up this year. She as well managed to average a double-double this year with 16.4 points and 10.0 rebounds per game.

LSU loses Hailey Van Lith to the transfer portal after one year on campus. She was a great shooter that was brought in to play point guard and she never seemed to grasp the position fully at LSU. The Tigers received a commitment from 2025 PG Bella Hines who is the No.1 player in the state of New Mexico and No.31 overall on ESPN Rankings.

Coach Mulkey is adding a 6'5" Guard/ Forward out of the portal in Jersey Wolfenbarger from the Arkansas Razorbacks. In 2021 coming out of high school in Arkansas Jersey was a 5 Star and No. 1 Wing Player and ranked No.7 overall per ESPN Hoopgurlz ranking. Coach Mulkey commented on the addition in LSU press release stating “Having recruited Jersey out of high school, I am very familiar with the skill-set she brings to Baton Rouge,” Coach Mulkey said. “She will bring size to our front-court combined with the ability to stretch the floor with her perimeter game. I can’t wait to get Jersey to Baton Rouge and get to work!” The Junior played two seasons at Arkansas before sitting this year out with the intention to enter the transfer portal. In the 65 games she saw action in as a Razorback and averaged 5.6 points and 3.8 rebounds per game. She comes to LSU with two remaining years of eligibility.



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