Mikala Morris enters transfer portal after four years at Quinnipiac


Peyton McKenzie

Senior forward Mikala Morris racked up 1,149 points throughout her Bobcats career.

Benjamin Yeargin, Associate Sports Editor

Quinnipiac women’s basketball senior forward Mikala Morris entered into the transfer portal for her graduate season after the Bobcats’ quarterfinal loss in the MAAC tournament on March 9.

“Thank you to my teammates, coaches, trainers and the entire Quinnipiac athletic community for everything you have done for me the past four years,” Morris wrote in a Twitter post on March 13. “Thank you Quinnipiac for allowing me to not only to live my dream but to also graduate with two degrees.” 

Morris accumulated 1,149 career points with the Bobcats over her four seasons in Hamden. The Springfield, Ohio, native earned All-MAAC honors in every season of her Quinnipiac career.

Morris, who was named to the All-MAAC Second Team this season, finished the year with 10.1 points per game and 6.8 rebounds per game. 

UPDATE: Morris announced via Instagram that she officially transferred to Kent State for her final collegiate season. The Golden Flashes went 21-11 last season, resulting in a trip to the WNIT.