University of South Dakota's Madison Grange signed a professional contract to play basketball in Ireland, becoming the 10th Coyote alumna to play overseas since 2008, while Bridget Yoerger retired after 15 professional seasons, and Abigail Fogg completed her seventh season abroad.

By the Numbers
  • Madison Grange averaged 11 points, 56.3% shooting in 2022-23 before a knee injury.
  • Bridget Yoerger averaged 11.5 points and 11.4 rebounds in her final two seasons with BBC Sparta Bertrang.
  • Abigail Fogg averaged 17.7 points and 10.0 rebounds per game in her latest season with BCF Elfic Fribourg.
State of Play
  • Madison Grange signed with Marble City Hawks in Kilkenny, Ireland.
  • Bridget Yoerger retired as the longest-tenured professional Coyote in program history.
  • Abigail Fogg helped BCF Elfic Fribourg win their sixth consecutive Swiss Basketball League title.
What's Next

Future developments may include Madison Grange's debut in Ireland, potential new professional opportunities for Bridget Yoerger post-retirement, and Abigail Fogg's continuing success in European basketball.

Bottom Line

University of South Dakota's women's basketball program sees notable transitions with Madison Grange going to Ireland, Bridget Yoerger's retirement, and Abigail Fogg's continued success in Europe, showcasing the program's international reach and the lasting impact of its alumnae.