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Notre Dame WBB transfer Abby Prohaska lands at San Diego State

Guard Abby Prohaska will finish her college career at San Diego State.
Guard Abby Prohaska will finish her college career at San Diego State. (Robert Franklin, Associated Press)

Former Notre Dame guard Abby Prohaska will finish her college basketball career at San Diego State.

The 5-foot-10 Liberty Township, Ohio, product announced her grad transfer destination via Twitter and Instagram on Sunday.

She is the third of the four outgoing Irish transfers from coach Niele Ivey’s 24-9 team to announce a landing spot. Earlier, forward Sam Brunelle transferred to Virginia and guard Anaya Peoples committed to DePaul.

Guard Katlyn Gilbert remains in the transfer portal.

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The Irish have since added three transfers of their own to go along with their lone high school signee, 5-11 guard and McDonald’s All-American KK Bransford.

Texas center Lauren Ebo is the latest incoming transfer, with the 6-4 grad senior-to-be announcing for the Irish on Friday. She joins 6-4 Oregon junior-to-be forward Kylee Watson and Stanford 5-10 grad senior-to-be Jenna Brown.

Prohaska played in 20 of ND’s 33 games last season, averaging 12.1 minutes, 3.6 points and 2.5 rebounds a game. She was the No. 73 player in the 2018 class, per ESPNw’s rankings.

San Diego State finished 15-16 overall last season, 8-10 in the Mountain West Conference.

Projected Notre Dame 2022-23 Roster
Player Position Height Class

Jenna Brown

Guard

5-10

Graduate

Lauren Ebo

Center

6-4

Graduate

Dara Mabrey

Guard

5-7

Graduate

Natalija Marshall

Forward

6-5

Junior

Kylee Watson

Forward

6-4

Junior

Maddy Westbeld

Forward

6-3

Junior

Sonia Citron

Guard

6-1

Sophomore

Olivia Miles

Guard

5-10

Sophomore

KK Bransford

Guard

5-11

Freshman

The players listed above are expected to be on scholarship for Notre Dame women's basketball in the 2022-23 season.

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