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Walker to transfer from Texas Tech

Provided by Texas Tech Athletics

LUBBOCK, Texas - The Texas Tech women's basketball team announced Monday that sophomore forward Ebony Walker will transfer from Tech after the spring semester.

Walker leaves the Lady Raiders after playing the last two seasons in Lubbock and had significant minutes in 2011-12. The 6-foot-2, Albuquerque, New Mexico native played a big role in helping Tech get off to a fast start this season, scoring 28 points in a four-game stretch in November.

She set a career-high in points against Louisiana-Monroe on Nov. 27, racking up 13 points on 5-of-7 shooting in only 10 minutes. She also had career-highs in assists (3) and free throws made (3) during Tech's 94-54 win that day.

Walker ends her Lady Raider career with 202 minutes played in 36 games, hitting 36.3 percent from the field while scoring 70 points.

As per team policy, there will be no further comment from head coach Kristy Curry or her staff.

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