Arizona Women's Basketball lands Virginia Tech graduate transfer Trinity Baptiste

Gary Randazzo

Arizona women's basketball received an important verbal commitment from Trinity Baptiste on Tuesday. The 6-foot forward is a graduate transfer who earned the 2019-20 ACC Conference 6th Player of the Year award. Baptiste averaged 9.5 points and 6.4 rebounds as a reserve for Virginia Tech.

Baptiste will make an immediate impact for Adia Barnes and the Wildcats next season, providing Arizona much-needed depth in the front court. Baptiste has demonstrated an ability to score the basketball throughout her collegiate career. More importantly, she'll fit in well with Arizona's defensive philosophy as she has the lateral quickness to defend on the perimeter and the size to mix things up  inside the paint.

In addition to being named the ACC 6th Player of the Year, Baptiste has also excelled in the classroom earning her way on to the ACC's All-Academic Team this past season.

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I really want to see a mens - women's scrimmage. I know Miller does not like tough competition, and is afraid to play anyone tough but I think it would be great.

Steve Buchanan
Steve Buchanan


Wow, that is great. At least the Women's program can land transfers. lol. Incredible how they photoshop the unis. Almost as good as Brad Allis' skills.