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LSU guard Domonique Davis enters transfer portal



BATON ROUGE, La. – Former DeRidder Lady Dragon Domonique Davis won’t be a part of Kim Mulkey’s rebuilding of the LSU women’s basketball program as the sophomore guard announced her intent to transfer. Davis joins teammate Destini Lombard as Lady Tigers that entered the transfer portal on Wednesday.

“I had a conversation with Kim [Mulkey] and she kept it real and what she saw with her program and things like that, said Davis. “I came to the realization that it wasn’t going to work for me and what I wanted to do with basketball.”

Davis, a former four-star, found her way into the starting lineup seven times this past season totaling 21 points on the season, including a 13-point performance vs. the Ragin’ Cajuns in her first collegiate start in December. Davis would go on to start six straight games before coming off the bench in five of her final six appearances.

Davis averaged 1.4 points, .9 assists and 1.4 rebounds a game this past season. In two years with the Lady Tigers, Davis finished with 42 total points scored.

“I want to get back to the player I was in high school: playing a lot and being on the court and winning and things like that,” Davis admitted. “I wasn’t going to be able to do that here with the new coaching staff.”

Despite classifying as a sophomore this past season, she’ll have three years of eligibility remaining at her next stop due to the extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA to all its student-athletes.