Trinity Papamandjaris reportedly enters transfer portal

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Trinity Papamandjaris reportedly enters the transfer portal. Photo Credit: Thomas Ognibene

By Tyler Gallo, Sports Editor

Just weeks after the women’s basketball season ended, sophomore forward Trinity Papamandjaris reportedly has entered her name into the transfer portal, per WBBBlog.

Papamandjaris becomes the third player to transfer out of the program this season, joining Isabella Posset (Saint Francis Brooklyn) and Riley Arrigo (California University of Pennsylvania) and fifth since last summer, joining Irekpitan Ozzy-Momodu (Eastern Michigan) and Ramatoulaye Keïta (Buffalo).

Papamandjaris, who hails from London, Ontario, and signed a National Letter of Intent with Robert Morris in 2018, appeared in limited action over the last two seasons off the bench, appearing in 14 games during the 2019-20 campaign and three this season.

In her 17 games as a Colonial, Papamandjaris shot 3-10 from the field and grabbed 11 total rebounds. She scored two points and grabbed two rebounds against IUPUI on January 2, and got into action in the playoffs against Northern Kentucky this season. Her career-high was five points against Merrimack on January 18, 2019.

Robert Morris played to a 4-13 record this season, losing their opening-round matchup against Northern Kentucky in the Horizon League postseason.

She will enter the portal with intent to transfer this summer and look to latch on at another school, and with the announcement that the Division I Council was reportedly moving forward with the one-time transfer rule, she could be immediately eligible to play next season at the school she commits to.