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  1. DENTON – UNT Tennis on Monday has signed Baylor transfer Olivia Malm, a native of Orebro, Sweden. She will join the Mean Green as a sophomore. "Olivia brings tremendous experience having represented Sweden in the European Youth Olympics and having played for a Big 12 program for one year," said UNT tennis health program coordinator Rodrigo de Almeida. "When she came to campus for an official visit it was truly special. We believe her values and character are representative of our team's culture and cannot wait to see Olivia reach her full potential here at UNT while helping us achieve our team goals." Malm won the Swedish Championship in both doubles and singles for girls 18 and under in January of 2020. She also represented Sweden in the European Youth Olympics and won the first round in 2017. Malm won eight singles matches and four doubles matches for the top 30 Baylor Bears who reached the second round of the NCAA tournament. "I chose UNT because I feel it is a great place to improve on and off the court," said Malm. "The coaches and staffs are very supportive and positive, and I can't wait to be surrounded by great people in a great environment." Malm has held an ITF Juniors ranking as high as 598 and singles ranking as high as 1025. She has been a semifinalist or runner-up at several ITF tournaments from 2018 through 2020. The transfer was a runner-up in the Swedish Championship for doubles from 2018 through 2020. read more: https://meangreensports.com/news/2022/5/16/womens-tennis-tennis-adds-swedish-transfer.aspx
  2. Within two weeks, four Fresno State women’s basketball players have transferred to different programs. Seniors Aly Gamez and Maddi Utti and sophomores Brooke Walling and Kendyll Kinzer announced they found new homes for the upcoming season. Gamez announced on April 7 that she will be attending Conference USA member school, North Texas. The school is just 36 miles away from her hometown of Irving, Texas. “We are bringing another star guard back home,” North Texas head coach Jalie Mitchell said in a news release. “Aly’s winning mentality and dedication to the game, as well as her exceptional court vision, clutch play and championship experience take us another step closer to postseason success. She has an excellent feel for the game. We are thrilled that she chose UNT to complete an outstanding collegiate career.” read more: https://collegian.csufresno.edu/2021/04/four-fresno-state-womens-basketball-players-transfer-to-different-teams/#.YId6OqFOmVM
  3. CANYON — West Texas A&M head men’s basketball coach Tom Brown announced the signing of Larry Wise on Wednesday. Wise is a 6-foot-4 guard out of Waxahachie, Texas, who played alongside former Buff Qua Grant in high school. Wise was a three-star prospect by Rivals and picked up First Team All-Region and All-State recognition. read more: https://www.amarillo.com/story/sports/college/2021/04/21/wt-sports-briefs-mens-basketball-adds-unt-transfer/7321382002/
  4. Is there a complete list of players we are losing from the 2019 season to the 2020 season...not graduating players, but players transferring out / not returning? Just curious what our numbers will look like going into camp.
  5. DRC: Remake of roster continues http://beta.dentonrc.com/sports/mean-green/2017/04/14/brice-brown-leave-unt-mens-basketball-program
  6. Less than a month after it was announced that he and another former four-star recruit were leaving Texas, Darius Terrell has found himself a new collegiate football home and, conveniently enough, it doesn't require moving out of state. The tight end, who will play wide receiver with his new team, confirmed to the Denton Chronicle that the new team will indeed be North Texas. Terrell (pictured, No. 15) told the Chronicle that Houston, Arizona State and UTEP were among the schools interested in his services. Read more: http://collegefootba...ferring-to-unt/
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