Women’s basketball: Dayton adds transfer from South Carolina 

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Women’s basketball: Dayton adds transfer from South Carolina 

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Dayton players huddle before a game against Saint Louis in 2017 at UD Arena. David Jablonski/Staff
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  • Bradshaw will sit out this season and has three seasons of eligibility remaining.

The Dayton Flyers women’s basketball program added a transfer from defending national champion South Carolina on Friday.

Araion Bradshaw, a 5-foot-6 sophomore point guard from Boston and a graduate of Tabor Academy in Marion, Mass., will redshirt the 2017-18 season and make her debut debut a season from now. She has three seasons of eligibility remaining.

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"Araion brings so much to our program and I am absolutely thrilled to welcome her to our family,” said Dayton coach Shauna Green in a press release. “She is a point guard who can facilitate, score and takes pride in defending the ball. Having won a national championship last year, she brings a championship mentality that is critical to our program as we continue to build."

Bradshaw ranked 33rd in the nation in 2016, according to the ESPN HoopGurlz rankings. She was a five-star recruit who ranked 10th in the nation at point guard.

Bradshaw appeared in 24 games, including three in the NCAA tournament, as a freshman with the Gamecocks. She averaged 0.9 points in 6.6 minutes per game.

Bradshaw is the second recruit Dayton has earned a commitment from in recent weeks. Amari Davidson, a 6-2 post from Avon High School, announced her verbal commitment in August. She’s a three-star recruit, according to ESPN.

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