LSU women’s basketball has hit the ground running since the hiring of Kim Mulkey and landed another big name from the transfer portal in Moon Ursin.
Ursin, a 2021 All-Big 12 selection, spent four years at Baylor and averaged averaged 12.6 points per game in her senior season.
“Just like me, Moon (Ursin) is coming home and we are thrilled to have her join our team,” Mulkey said. in a release from LSU “Moon is an outstanding player and a wonderful person and she’s going to be a great addition to our team. Our fans are going to love watching her play – she can jump out of the gym, she has tremendous speed and quickness and she’s just an all-around exceptional athlete.”
Prior to signing with Baylor, Ursin was a prep standout at Destrehan High School, becoming the first player to be named Gatorade Player of the Year for Louisiana three times. She was a two-time Miss Basketball in Louisiana and as well as being named first team All-State three times. She capped her high school career with 2,901 points and led her teams to a combined mark of 121-8.
Ursin graduated in December of 2020 and will be eligible to play for the Tigers immediately.