Texas guard Destiny Littleton was among the team's most improved players, averaging 8.4 points per game. [NICK WAGNER/AMERICAN-STATESMAN]

BEVO BEAT Women's Basketball

Texas guard Destiny Littleton joins NCAA transfer portal

Guard ranked third on the team this season by playing 24.2 minutes per game

Posted March 29th, 2019

Story highlights
  • With 37 3-pointers, she ranked second on the team behind Danni Williams
  • Littleton played in all 33 games as a sophomore, starting 12 times

Destiny Littleton, who just finished her sophomore season, apparently has played her last game with the University of Texas women’s basketball team.

The 5-7 guard has put her name on the NCAA transfer portal, UT officials confirmed Friday.

Littleton played in all 33 of UT’s games, starting 12 times. She averaged 8.4 points and 3.6 rebounds while playing 24.2 minutes per game.


After playing in only eight games as a freshman, Littleton was perhaps the team’s most improved player this year.

Texas Destiny Littleton was the California state player of the year as a senior in La Jolla. [Rodolfo Gonzalez for STATESMAN]
A member of the McDonald’s All-America Team while at the Bishop’s School in La Jolla, Calif.,  she was the 2016-17 California Gatorade Player of the Year.

Littleton finished her prep career as the leading scorer in California state high school history with 4,300 points. Became the first girls player in the history of the state to eclipse the 4,000-point milestone. For her career, averaged 33.3 points per game.



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