Kysre Gondrezick is back working out with the WVU women’s basketball team and, according to a WVU official I asked, plans on participating in the Mountaineers’ upcoming foreign tour of Italy and Greece.
A 5-9 guard, Gondrezick actually remained on West Virginia’s roster the entire time, but her status with the program was questionable after she left the team shortly after the season began last fall for what were called “personal reasons.” She did play in five early season games and averaged 13.2 points per outing. She transferred to WVU from Michigan after the 2016-17, where she averaged 14.9 points a game for the Wolverines and was a second-team all-Big Ten selection and also first-team all-freshman in that league.
Now a junior, Gondrezick will give Mike Carey’s squad another strong scoring option to help senior Tynice Martin.
Good news for Carey. He needs some good news along the way. Snake bit by the injuries over the years.
Yes this is good news and it is my hope that Kysre has overcome her personal issues and is ready to get on with her life. She has considerable upside as both a player and as a person and we all wish her the very best.
This is great news on both fronts, bot personally and for the WVU women. If they can stay healthy, they could be very good this year.
Hats off to Mike and WVU for how they handled this.
Only 11 players listed on the official women’s basketball roster on wvusports.com.