Female British Basketball players in US colleges 2023-24 - Hoopsfix.com

Female British Basketball players in US colleges 2023-24

Teresa Da Silva Tarleton Female Brits in College

Our annual Brits in College tracker is back and ready for the 2023-24 season.

As is now customary, it is time to publish our annual list of all British players hooping across the pond.

You can see the lists of previous years with 2022-23, 2021-222020-212019-202018-19 and 2017-18.

You can find the list of male British basketball players in US colleges for this season, here.

There are 22 players on NCAA Division 1 rosters this season, exactly the same number as last year, but short of the record 28 that featured in 2019-20 and our first year of tracking the women in 2017-18.

NCAA Division 1

Issy Bunyan (Freshman) – Montana State University
Loren Christie (Redshirt Senior) – Xavier University (transferred from San Francisco)
Teresa Da Silva (Junior) – Tarleton University
Ella Doherty (Junior) – Toledo University
Rebecca Dwomoh (Junior) – Robert Morris University
Kaylie Edge (Sophomore) – Sacramento State University (born in the US, played for GB U20s)
Grace Heeps (Grad Student) – Canisius University (graduated from Albany) *born in the US, called up to the GB U20s
Maya Hyacienth (Grad Student) – Saint Peter’s University (graduated from Rider)
Emma Imevbore (Junior) – Arkansas State University (transferred from Lamar)
Fatmata Janneh (Freshman) – Saint Peter’s University
Hannah Jump (Grad Student) – Stanford University
Milly Knowles (Grad Student) – Eastern Washington University
Molly Lavin (Sophomore) – American University
Khia Lee (Junior) – Nicholls State University
Esther Little (Junior) – Gonzaga University
Paige Martin (Sophomore) – Stonehill Sky College (transferred from St Francis Brooklyn)
Anya McKenzie (Freshman) – Tarleton University
Emily O’Connell (Freshman) – Saint Peter’s University
Faye Parker (Grad Student) – University of Richmond (graduated from Penn) *born in the US, played for GB U20s
Susannah Rafiu (Sophomore) – Columbia University
Carys Roy (Freshman) – Saint Peter’s University
Amelia Sandie (Redshirt Junior) – Nicholls State University

NCAA Division 2

Ana-Isabel Andersson (Freshman) – UT Tyler University
Chloe Andrew (Senior) – Newberry College (transferred from Oklahoma Panhandle State, NAIA)
Ana Baptista (Sophomore) – Mars Hill
Natalie Charity (Freshman) – Simon Francis University (Canada)
Holly Davies (Senior) – Barry University (grad transfer from Newberry)
Jessie Ford (Sophomore) – Eckerd University (transferred from Colorado Northwestern, JUCO)
Sarah Elfrey (Freshman) – Barton College
Simona Henshaw (Junior) – Tusculum University (transferred from Florida Atlantic, D1)
Ashana Hinds (Senior) – Academy of Art University
Megan Jones (Junior) – Hawaii Pacific University (transferred from UC Davis, D1)
Anna Nevison (Freshman) – University of Alaska Fairbanks
Esther Oluade (Senior) – Glenville State University (transferred from UA Fort Smith, D2)
Ella Pearson (Junior) – Newberry College
Shaniya Rose (Junior) – University of South Carolina Beaufort (transferred from Florida Southern, JUCO)
Macy Spinks (Grad Student) – Southern New Hampshire University (graduated from Saint Anselm, D2)
Lateisha Willis (Junior) – Queens College (transferred from The College of Saint Rose, D2)

NCAA Division 3

Beeban Jikiemi-Pearson (Sophomore) – UMass Boston
Nikola Kuzmanovic (Sophomore) – Lawrence University (transferred from Laramie County, JUCO)
Adaobi Nebuwa (Senior) – Colby College


Jess Bakhsh (Freshman) – Laramie County Community College
DeJanae Cassanova (Sophomore) – St Petersburg College (transferred from Georgia Highlands)
Ebere Egbirika (Freshman) – Western Nebraska Community College
Tinu Fakunle (Sophomore) – Tyler College (transferred from Midland College, JUCO)
Olivia Jokonya (Freshman) – Jacksonville College
Chenai Mushore (Sophomore) – Arizona Western
Mariam Olawoyin (Sophmore) – Chipola College
Isi Ozzy-Momodu (Sophomore) – Golf Coast State College (transferred from Eastern Florida, JUCO)
Millie Pearson (Freshman) – Eastern Arizona College
Alex Shaw (Freshman) – Hillsborough Community College
Tamara Smith-White (Freshman) – Laramie County Community College
Blanche Toualeu (Freshman) – Laramie County Community College
Jo Vourliotas (Freshman) – Cowley College


Celina Eisenhardt (Senior) – Bethany College (transferred from Shawnee State, NAIA)
Maisie Harrhy (Sophomore) – Missouri Valley College
Jess McGrath (Senior) – York
Becky Mitchell (Junior) – Life Pacific
Louise Pilley (Senior) – Florida National
Charli Wroe (Freshman) – Central Methodist


Emma Bailey (Year 1) – Holland College
Lauren France (Year 3) – Red Deer
Louise Rouse (Year 2) – University of Calgary
Polly Storie (Year 3) – University of Calgary


Toyosi Abiola graduated from Little Rock, D1
Alex Baker stopped playing at Minot State, D2, but remains enrolled
Emilie Black left Lynn, D2 – signed with Manchester Giants
Kadija Conteh graduated from Lincoln Memorial, D2
Maisie Evison left Rollins College, D2 – returned to Nottingham Wildcats
Alix Henderson graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University
Katie Januszewska left St Francis Brooklyn, D1 – returned to Leicester Riders
Shawnisay Millar graduated Midwestern State University
Rebecca Morrison graduated from Caldwell University
Teniola Okunrinkoya left Murray State, joined Essex Rebels
Ire Ozzy-Momodu graduated from Eastern Michigan, D1 – signed in Russia
Ashleigh Pink graduated from Barry University, D2
Maya Price graduated from Eckerd University, D2 – signed with London Lions
Sarah Round graduated from Goldey-Beacom College
Loie Webb graduated from Lynn University
Savannah Wilkinson graduated from Southern Methodist, D1 – signed with London Lions


Emma Cheetham (Sophomore) – South Puget Sound Community College, JUCO
Lizzy Sanders (Freshman) – Washburn, D2

Who Have We Missed?

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