Four players have decided to leave the Wichita State program. The Shockers’ could look a lot different next year, as their head coach Jody Adams, is also a finalist for the Kansas opening.
There will be, potentially, a lot of new faces at Wichita State next year. The Shockers’ roster was already in transition, with the departures of two starters — including star Alex Harden who was was drafted in the second-round of the WNBA Draft. Couple that with their head coach, Jody Adams, is a finalist for the vacant Kansas position.
In light of that, there are four players — including two starters — that will be leaving the program. Here’s an excerpt from The Wichita Eagle:
Returning starters Michaela Dapprich and Alie Decker are among four players leaving the Wichita State women’s basketball program, according to multiple sources.
Dapprich, a junior guard from Branson, Mo., averaged 12.5 points and 5.9 rebounds and earned honorable mention All-Missouri Valley Conference honors. Decker, a sophomore forward from Edmond, Okla., averaged 8.8 points and 3.6 rebounds. Also leaving are sophomore guard Moriah Dapprich, Michaela’s sister, and sophomore guard Kayla White.
That leaves WSU with five returners, none starters, and two of them transfers who sat out last season.
Wichita State will return five players from last year’s team, and three high school signees.