The hits just keep on coming for the Kentucky Women’s Basketball program. As first reported by Jen Smith, junior forward Kyvin Goodin-Rogers is leaving the UK Hoops program, becoming the fourth player in six weeks to do so.
Goodin-Rogers had played in 39 career games with 15 career starts, averaging 4.2 points and 2.9 rebounds per game. This season, Goodin-Rogers was averaging 5.6 points and 1.6 rebounds per game. She has been granted a full release by UK.
“Kyvin has decided it is in her best interest to leave our program and play her remaining years elsewhere,” Mitchell said. “We appreciate all the hard work that Kyvin put in while she was with our program and wish her nothing but success on and off the court moving forward.”
Four hours ago, Goodin-Rogers posted this on Twitter:
decisions are the hardest.
— Kyvin Goodin-Rogers (@_kgr5) November 30, 2015
First Chrishae Rowe (dismissed), then Linnae Harper and Morgan Rich, and now Kyvin Goodin-Rogers? What the heck is happening to UK Hoops?!