Quaneisha McCurty’s future with the Indiana women’s basketball team appears to be in doubt.
All-Star Girls Report’s Bret McCormick tweeted Sunday that McCurty, a sophomore center, is transferring to Florida State. The news comes a week after first-year Indiana coach Curt Miller announced that McCurty was suspended indefinitely.
McCurty also indicated on Twitter Sunday evening that she was Tallahassee-bound, tweeting: “Here I come Sunshine State #Seminole.”
An Indiana spokesman declined to comment.
The Dalton, Ga. native is averaging 1.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in limited action this season. Miller said earlier this year that McCurty would be the Hoosiers’ X-factor this season, but she was never able to secure a valuable role in the team’s rotation. McCurty averaged only 6.5 minutes in the 11 games she played, with her finest outing of the year coming in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge when she tied a career high with six blocks against Clemson.
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