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TCU Horned Frogs Women’s Basketball 2023-24 Offseason Roster Tracker

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The TCU Horned Frogs are working on assembling their 2023-24 women’s basketball roster and we’ll track every move here throughout the offseason.

New Coach

Mark Campbell: He replaced Raegan Pebley and is tasked with getting the Horned Frogs back to relevance in the Big 12. With Sacramento State for just two seasons, Campbell became one of the hottest properties on the coaching carousel after turning around a program that won just three games the season before he took over.

 

After winning 14 games in his first season, he led the Hornets to a school-record 25 wins and its first NCAA Tournament appearance in program history, which ended with a first-round loss to UCLA. The Hornets won a share of their first Big Sky regular season championship and first Big Sky Tournament title this season. Their 25 wins was the first 20-win season in program history.

Departures

G Tomi Taiwo: She transferred in from Iowa and became the Horned Frogs’ leading scorer (14.2 points) in her only season with the team.

G Emily Fisher: Fisher averaged 6.1 points in her only season with TCU.  

F Bella Cravens: She wrapped up her college career by averaging 5.9 points and a team-high 6.4 rebounds per game.

F Lucy Ibeh: She was the Horned Frogs’ most efficient player, averaging more than 10 points per game in less than 20 minutes per contest. She is out of eligibility.

F Evie Goetz: She transferred to Louisiana Tech. She played in 13 games last season.

F Patricia Morris: The long-time TCU player averaged less than seven minutes per game in her final season in Fort Worth.

In the Transfer Portal

G Roxane Makolo: She averaged 5.8 points per game and decided to transfer after the season.

 

Arrival Via Transfer

G Madison Conner: The former Arizona guard has three years of eligibility and shoots 37.5 percent from the 3-point line.

G Agnes Emma-Nnopu: The Stanford transfer didn’t make a big impact at Stanford. But she played in 82 games and has a national championship ring. She brings that experience with her to the Horned Frogs.

F Sydney Harris: The Central Michigan product should make an immediate impact at a position of need. The MAC Freshman of the Year averaged 17.4 points per game last season.

G Una Jovanovic: The Cal State Fullerton transfer was All-Big West Second Team last season and led her team with 14.6 points and 3.8 assists per game.

G Jaden Owens: The former Baylor guard joins the Horned Frogs after working as the Bears’ primary point guard last season. The former five-star recruit averaged a career-high 8.0 points, 5.8 assists and 3.3 rebounds last season.

F Sedona Prince: A big get for the program, Prince was the first transfer to commit to Campbell. The former Oregon player — whom Campbell recruited while a Ducks assistant — is a former five-star recruit that missed all of last season with a broken elbow.

Expected to Return

G Tara Manumaleuga: She averaged 5.8 points in nearly 21 minutes per contest for TCU last season. She was one of four TCU players with at least one steal per game.

G Mariah Roberts: She played in just 14 games and received less than five minutes of playing time per contest as a freshman.

 

G Knisha Godfrey: The transfer had an incredible first game for TCU but settled into a backup role and averaged 4.4 points and 1.7 rebounds per game.

F Bre’Yon White: Came off the bench to play in 31 games and averaged nearly 12 minutes per game. She averaged less than two points per game.

G Paige Bradley: She returns after averaging less than four points per game. But, she got plenty of playing time and could be in line for a bigger role.

F Aaliyah Roberson: She played in 19 games and got less than 10 minutes per game. She’s talented and gets a clean break with a new coach entering her sophomore season.

F DaiJa Turner: She played just seven minutes last season. She was a freshman on a deep team and should get more run next season.

Class of 2023 Recruits

G/F Jade Clack, 6-foot, Austin HS (Austin, TX): Pebley’s final signing class featured two Top 100 players per ESPN. Clack was one of them, as she eschewed staying home for the Horned Frogs.

G Victoria Flores, 5-foot-8, Duncanville HS (Duncanville, TX): Flores was the other top 100 player and she stays closer to home, as Duncanville is a half-hour from Fort Worth (depending upon how fast you drive).

You can find Matthew Postins on Twitter @PostinsPostcard

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