Haley Cavinder
Haley Cavinder - 2023 NCAA Tournament | SCREENSHOT: Miami Hurricanes/youtube

After initially thinking of quitting basketball altogether, Haley Cavinder now says she will play her senior year at Texas Christian University

NCAA Basketball star and social media sensation Haley Cavinder isn’t done hitting hardwood just yet. The blonde bombshell – who rose to prominence with her twin sister Hanna as a pair of hooping hotties – played last season for the Miami Hurricanes. After considering hanging up her sneakers for a career in modeling and more, she’s decided to play one more season of college basketball – this time for Texas Christian University.

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The basketball bombshell will be making her third stop in her NCAA tenure. She and Hanna originally began their college careers together at Fresno State in 2019. They had success right away, and Haley went on to become the Mountain West Player of the Year in 2021.

However, the slick ballhandler entered the transfer portal that offseason and – along with her twin sister – made her way to the University of Miami. She was stellar there, as well, finishing last season with 12.2 points per game, along with averaging 4.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists.

Following the Hurricanes’ 2022–23 season, the twins announced that they would end their college basketball careers. Along with continuing to be a presence on social media, Hanna and Haley Cavinder began training to become professional wrestlers at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. They were even featured on some of the promotion’s marketing material.

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Now, the 5’6″ point guard has decided she has at least one more season left in her and she’s returning to the court without Hanna this time. She announced this week her decision to use her final season of eligibility to suit up for the Horned Frogs.

However, Haley Cavinder will definitely have her work cut out for in Ft. Worth; Texas Christian finished last season with a record of 8-23, finishing last in the Big 12.


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