Vanderbilt women’s basketball landed a transfer commitment from Duke’s Jordyn Oliver, a former McDonald’s All-American, on Tuesday.
Oliver played two seasons at Baylor under Kim Mulkey and transferred to Duke prior to the 2021-22 season. She did not play her first season in the program due to injury.
In 2022-23, she played in 33 games with seven starts, averaging 17.4 minutes per game with 3.8 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game. She made 46.3% of her field goals but attempted just two 3-pointers and made neither.
Oliver adds an experienced guard to Vanderbilt’s depth at the position. Other returning guards include Bella LaChance, Iyana Moore, Ryanne Allen, Jada Brown and potentially Jordyn Cambridge, who could opt to use a sixth year of eligibility after missing last season with injury.
Vanderbilt finished 2022-23 with a 12-19 record, 3-13 in the SEC, after playing the majority of the season with only eight available players.
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