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Oklahoma Women’s Basketball Starts Assembling 2023 Recruiting Class 

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The Oklahoma Sooners women’s basketball team began assembling talent for its 2023-24 team as the NCAA’s early-signing period opened on Wednesday.

The Sooners, led by coach Jennie Baranczyk, are coming off a return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2018 under former coach Sherri Coale.


Baranczyk led the Sooners back into the AP Top 25 last season and hosted an NCAA Tournament sub-regional. The Sooners won their first-round game but lost to Notre Dame in the second round.

The Sooners return ton of experience from last year’s team, including All-Big 12 performers Taylor Robertson and Madi Williams.

Before the signing period, the Sooners had two commitments, one of which was guard Sahara Williams, who is ranked No. 23 by

Oklahoma announced the signing of guard Landry Allen via social media on Wednesday. Williams signed later in the day.

Oklahoma’s 2023 recruiting class is below. Players who confirmed as signed are noted below. The list below also includes the Sooners’ season-opening roster.

The early-signing window closes on Nov. 16.


Oklahoma Women’s Basketball 2023 Recruiting Class

C Landry Allen, 6-3, Tuttle (Tuttle, OK) – Signed (confirmed by Oklahoma)

G Sahara Williams, 5-11, Waterloo West (Waterloo, IA) – Signed (confirmed by Oklahoma)

(Williams is ranked No. 23 by

2022-23 Season-Opening Roster

C Beatrice Culliton (6-3, Fr.), G Nevaeh Tot (5-2, Jr.), G Reyna Scott (5-9, Fr.), G Kennady Tucker (5-10, Sr.), F Kiersten Johnson (6-4, Fr.), G Kelbie Washington (5-6, So.), G Kayla Cooper (5-8, Fr.), F Jordan Moser (6-1, Sr.), G Aubrey Joens (5-8, Jr.), G Ana Llanusa (5-11, Sr.), G Kaley Perkins (6-0, So.), G/F Skylar Vann (5-11, Jr.), F Madi Williams (5-11, Sr.), G Taylor Robertson (5-11, Sr.), C Emma Svoboda (6-3, So.), F Liz Scott (6-2, Sr.).

Player in Bold: Notes a player who is a senior and may be out of eligibility after this season, depending on whether they have a COVID-19 waiver.

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