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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana women's basketball freshman guard Keyarah Berry is leaving the team. 

The team released a statement Wednesday afternoon: 

"Indiana guard Keyarah Berry will no longer be a member of the Indiana women’s basketball program but will continue to pursue her academic studies at the university. The program wishes her the best in her future endeavors."

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The Rockmart, Ga. native was Rockmart High's all-time leading scorer and led her high school team to the Class AA final four in the 2019-20 season. She played in three games this season for a total of 5 minutes, and 36 seconds. She did not score any points.

Berry is the second team member to leave this season. Graduate student Caitlin Hose, a Georgia transfer, also made her exit earlier this year to focus on her studies. Indiana's roster now has 11 players.

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