The Oklahoma State women’s basketball team took a hit Wednesday afternoon as Vivian Gray entered the NCAA transfer portal as a graduate and will be eligible immediately at her next school.
She’s no longer listed on the team’s roster on OSU’s official website, and Sam Henderson of the Stillwater News Press confirmed the news with the program.
Gray, who became the quickest Cowgirl to reach 1,000 points at 51 games, was one of 10 finalists for the Cheryl Miller Award as the best top small forward in the country. She ranked second in the Big 12 in scoring (19.3 points-per-game) for a second-consecutive year and was 22nd nationally to earn unanimous All-Big 12 first team honors for another year.
Gray was a big-time defender for Cowgirls as the No. 2 defender in the Big 12 by Synergy, according to her okstate.com biography. She was also OSU’s nominee as the female Big 12 athlete of the year each of the past two years.
She joins her sister, Olivia, and Bryn Gerlich as recent departures from the program. Gerlich announced Aug. 20 that she was transferring to Texas Tech to play for her mother Krista, who took the head coach job earlier this month.