All six of the Eastern Florida State College women's basketball sophomores will be moving on to four-year schools in the Fall.
Two members will be attending NCAA Division I schools in the fall as forward Sierra Votaw will be attending Mercer University who plays in the Southern Conference and will major in Education.
Teammate Isabella Lopez has signed to play at the University of Nebraska Omaha who plays in the Summit League and the point guard will major in Psychology.
Three players have signed to NCAA Division II schools as both Angeni Worley and Taylor Jones are heading to Lynn University who competes in the Sunshine State Conference. Worley will major in Psychology and Jones will be a Political Science major.
Embla Andersson is going to Charleston University to study Education. Charleston competes in the Mountain East Conference.
Phillipa Greene will be going to the Southwestern Assemblies of God University which is an NAIA school in the Sooner Athletic Conference. Greene will be majoring in Education.
"I am beyond thankful for all the sacrifice, love and grit this 2019 class gave to our Eastern Florida State College women's basketball family," head coach MJ Baker said. "Their imprint will always be on the heart of our program and we can't wait to witness the greatness in store for them."