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After Four Years, Louise Forsyth Bids Farewell

The sharpshooter will finish out her career with the Idaho Vandals.

Syndication: Argus Leader Erin Bormett / Argus Leader via Imagn Content Services, LLC

For four years, Louise Forsyth has come off the bench to provide some three-point firepower. After four years of this task as a Gonzaga Bulldog, the senior elected to finish out her collegiate career with the Idaho Vandals.

With the free year of eligibility in the mix, rosters have been upended a little bit as players decide to exercise their options. With Cierra Walker coming back and the Truong twins firmly entrenched

After averaging 13 minutes per game last season, Forsyth’s minutes took a dive this year. She only appeared in 22 games and averaged just 6.2 minutes per game, not really enough time to get anything going. It didn’t help that her outside shot wasn’t falling, hitting just 29.4 percent from long-range.

Forsyth is a get for the Vandals. As a 6’1 guard, she has some size and length to be a menace on the defensive end, and as long as her three-point shot is falling, she is a dangerous player. Most importantly, she’ll get the playing time as Idaho welcomes five incoming transfers and graduate transfer Tiana Johnson.