Kansas women’s basketball adds transfer portal star for upcoming Jayhawks season

Brandon Schneider continues to flourish in the transfer portal
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Kansas women's basketball lost considerable talent to graduation this past offseason, with Taiyanna Jackson heading to the WNBA and Zakiyah Franklin and Holly Kersgeiter running out of eligibility. However, HC Brandon Schneider has made good use of the transfer portal since the Jayhawks were eliminated in the Round of 32, adding two high-scoring guards to the roster.

Kansas women's basketball adds transfer portal guard for next season

Graduate transfer Jordan Webster committed to Kansas out of UC-Riverside after averaging 17.1 points and 5.4 rebounds in his senior season. The 5-foot-10 guard is a defensive standout, averaging 2.5 steals last season. She joins incoming sophomore S'Mya Nichols and NDSU transfer Elle Evans to round out the guard room.