The Connecticut Huskies have announced that sophomore Mir McLean has announced her intentions to transfer. She spent the last two seasons with the program.
She appeared in 27 games at the school. She averaged just 2.5 points and 2.0 rebounds per game.
“Mir is extremely smart and athletic and she has a lot of potential,” Huskies head coach Geno Auriemma said. “We wish Mir and her family the best as she continues her collegiate career.”
She appeared in just three games this season. She was one of three players with the Huskies, who have appeared in three games or less this season.
Amari DeBerry has appeared in two games. Piath Gabriel has appeared in one game.
McLean did not score a single point this season in 7 minutes and 53 seconds of action. She did; however, average 0.7 rebounds. She had two rebounds during her time on the court.
At this time, it is not clear where McLean will be playing the rest of her collegiate experience. She will make that announcement in the future.
She will enter into the transfer portal. Once she is live in the portal, teams will be able to talk to her immediately. Depending on their scholarship amount, teams can also offer her a scholarship to pursue her abilities elsewhere next season and beyond.
McLean is the second Huskies player to announce her decision to transfer since the beginning of the season. Saylor Poffenbarger entered the transfer portal on November 15th.
Poffenbarger has decided to begin the next chapter in her basketball journey at Arkansas.
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