Three players have transferred into the Columbus State women’s basketball program, the Cougars announced on Tuesday.
Tatum Jarvis, a 6-foot shooting guard, comes to CSU after two years at Division I Charleston Southern. Last season as a sophomore, Jarvis led the team with 12.9 points per game while hitting 32.4 percent of her shots from three-point range.
Kesheria McNeil played junior college ball at Miami-Dade, playing her junior season at Winston-Salem State. McNeil, a 5-foot-8 point guard, was second on the Rams in scoring at 11.7 points a game.
The third transfer is Machala Raymonville, who comes to CSU from Armstrong State, who shut down their basketball program after merging with Georgia Southern. Raymonville averaged 16.3 points a game and had eight 20-plus point games, earning third team All-PBC honors.
CSU went 31-2 last season, winning the regular season Peach Belt title, the conference tournament, and the NCAA Southeast Regional, earning a trip to the Elite Eight.