AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Texas women’s basketball team signed Khaleann Caron-Goudreau, the team announced Wednesday.
“I am extremely excited about Khaléann joining our program,” head coach Aston said. “She will add immediate size and versatility to our team. She has tremendous potential, not only as a basketball player but also as a student here at Texas.”
Caron-Goudreau is a 6-foot-2 forward who played at Vanderbilt last year, but missed most of her freshman season due to injury.
“I’m very excited to be a Longhorn,” Caron-Goudreau said. “The staff is awesome. Texas is all about excellence, and I want to be successful in everything I do. Last season they did some amazing things, and I can’t wait to join them soon to help the program continue to grow.”
She’ll sit out the 2015-’16 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Before her lone season with the Commodores, Caron-Goudreau played high school basketball for two years at IMG Academy under the tutelage of fomer Longhorn standout Shell Dailey, née Bollin.
Caron-Goudreau, a native of Gatineau, Quebec, also has a twin sister, Audrey-Ann, who played with her at Vanderbilt, but is also transferring from VU.