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Former Lady Lions Guard Shay Hagans Transfers To Seton Hall

Former Penn State women’s basketball guard Shay Hagans announced her shift to Seton Hall on Tuesday after spending three years with the Lady Lions.

Hagans announced her intent to transfer on March 18, and after just a little more than a month in the portal, she will now head to South Orange, New Jersey, to play for Anthony Bozzella and the Pirates. She’ll have two years of remaining eligibility to use with her new program.

Hagans served as an integral component of the Lady Lions’ lineup since her first season in 2019. The Manassas, Virginia, native made appearances in all 30 games of her freshman season and averaged 24.3 minutes, 5.2 points, and 2.7 rebounds per game.

Her statistics remained fairly steady throughout her next two years, finishing similarly at 24.3 minutes, 6.5 points, and 2.2 rebounds per game this past season. Hagans largely made her presence known on defense, where she finished second on the team with 50 steals. 

Hagans’ confirmed departure comes just one week after teammates Maddie Burke and Tova Sabel announced their transfers to Villanova and UC Davis, respectively. Hagans’ commitment rounds out the current Lady Lions in the transfer portal for the time being.

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