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TCU women’s basketball Sydney Harris to enter transfer portal

Sophomore guard Sydney Harris will transfer after one season at TCU.
TCU’s Sydney Harris shoots a three-pointer.

One of TCU women’s basketball’s best players has entered the transfer portal. Sydney Harris will join three other Horned Frogs in transferring out of Fort Worth announced Wednesday.

“I am very grateful for the experiences and opportunities I have had here at TCU, but I believe this decision is best for not just my athletic future, but also my mental well-being”, said Harris on her decision to enter the portal.

Harris played in 16 games for Mark Campbell‘s team this season averaging 9.4 points and 3.2 rebounds. The sophomore guard mainly served as a three-point shooter, knocking down two three-point shots a game at a 40 percent rate.

Harris began her career at Central Michigan, earning Mid-American Conference (MAC) Freshman of the Year and All-Mac Third Team in her one season as a Chippewa. She led her team in scoring averaging 17.4 points on the year before leaving for TCU after just one year.

TCU women’s basketball now has five players in the portal joining Victoria Flores, Jade Clack, Bre’Yon White and Paige Bradley. The Frogs do have an addition in former Miami guard Haley Cavinder coming in, but they will look to add more replacements in the portal.

Players eligible to return next season:

With only seven players expected to be under scholarship, the Horned Frogs have six spots they could fill going into next season. Expect TCU to have a much different look when they tip off in November.

The Frogs had the highest single-season turnaround in power five basketball last season with a 13 win improvement, so TCU will be a desirable destination for players in the portal. Coach Campbell could make it an exciting offseason for Frog fans.

Last season, the Horned Frogs added impactful transfers like Jaden Owens, Sedona Prince, Madison Conner and Agnes Emma-Nnopu. Campbell and staff will take a similar approach to building the bulk of next season’s roster in the new age of the transfer portal for college sports.

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