West Virginia women’s basketball welcomed new head coach Mark Kellogg earlier this year, and there has already been lots of roster turnover.

Kellogg brought in Texas Tech’s JC Carter to be an associate head coach and Jessica Grayson and Erin Grant to serve as assistant coaches.

Fifth-year seniors Sarah Bates, Madisen Smith, and Danni Nichols exhausted their eligibility this past season and have now moved on.

After two seasons at West Virginia, Savannah Samuel made her decision to transfer to Boston College. Isis Beh transferred to Arizona and Wynter Rogers transferred to Arizona State

Fifth-year senior Jayla Hemmingway announced on May 1 that she would return to West Virginia for her final season of eligibility. She and JJ Quinerly, Messiah Hunter, Kylee Blacksten, Tavy Diggs, and Kyah all return for the 2023-24 season.

Stephen F. Austin transfer Zya Nugent decided to join Kellogg at West Virginia and announced her decision to transfer there two weeks after the Kellogg hire. The same day, another former Stephen F. Austin player of Kellogg’s joined the Mountaineers when Jordan Harrison announced her decision to transfer to West Virginia.

West Virginia picked up a transfer with power five experience roughly a week later when Arizona’s Lauren Fields transferred to West Virginia after one season at Arizona and the three previous seasons before that at Oklahoma State.

On May 9, West Virginia picked up another transfer when Oral Roberts’s Tirzah Moore made the decision to join the Mountaineers.

Most recently on May 26, West Virginia added a JUCO transfer when Danelle Arigbabu joined the Mountaineers from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.

As it stands, West Virginia women’s basketball returns six players from last season’s team plus five players added from the transfer portal.