STORRS, Conn. – UConn monitor Anna Makurat has chosen to move.

The sophomore from Poland played 48 games during her two seasons with the Huskies, averaging 6.5 points, 3.7 rebounds and three assists per game.

She was an individual from the 2020 American Athletic Conference All-Freshman Team however played in just 16 games as a sophomore, missing 13 games subsequent to being determined in January to have a stress fracture in her right leg.

“We appreciate Anna for her efforts and for being a great teammate the last two seasons,” coach Geno Auriemma said in a statement Tuesday. “We wish Anna and her family the best as she continues her collegiate career.”

UConn completed the season 28-2, losing to Arizona in the Final Four.

Makarut’s sister, forward Ola Makurat, as of late reported she would move from Utah. Neither has said where they are going straightaway.

“I’ve grown a lot both on and off the court in my first two years in America,” Anna Makurat said in a statement. “I wish everyone the best at UConn, and I am excited for my next chapter.”

The Huskies have no seniors in the program and have another profoundly positioned enrolling class coming to Storrs, which incorporates monitor Azzi Fudd, the Morgan Wootten Girls High School Basketball Player of the Year.

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