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Wednesday, June 17th, 2009 at 12:09 pm  |  9 responses

Prince Leaves Rutgers For Europe

Epiphanny Prince becomes the first woman to leave college to play pro ball in Europe.

Epiphanny Prince will not be returning to Rutgers for her senior year opting instead to play professional basketball in Europe. The 5-9 junior guard becomes the first American female to leave college early to become a professional basketball player overseas. She is mostly known for her HS scoring record of 113 points in one game set back in 2006 as a senior at Murry Bergtraum HS in New York City. She averaged 19.5 points per game this past season for Rutgers as a junior. Prince was ineligible to enter this year’s WNBA Draft because she had not turned 22 or graduated from college nor was she four years removed from high school.

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  • niQ

    wow 22 is the age limit for WNBA..

  • Remo Williams

    wow. imagine if they didnt have an age limit… geez.

  • pilight

    She is not the first woman to do this. Britany Miller left Florida State in the middle of her junior year and was drafted this April by the Shock. Schuye LaRue left Virginia after an All-ACC sophomore season and was drafted by the Sparks a couple of years later.

  • http://www.another48minutes.blogspot.com Gerard Himself

    yet not a single attorney is writing blogs about if this is illegal or not. But with the NBA, they do.

  • bfears

    i dnt c a prob w/this at all. the female brandon jennings kinda lol

  • Seven Duece

    And because she’s a female, there’s no furor. When a guy says he’s leaving anyone who can or has made money off him has a press conference. She’s a premier player, hope it all works out for her.

  • serevei

    thats ridiculous

  • http://www.slamonline.com wayno

    Epiphanny is not a name…

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