The Oregon Ducks knew they were going to lose another player to the NCAA Transfer Portal, but now we know they'll be staying in the Pac-12.
On Tuesday, Max Torres of Ducks Digest reported that Angela Dugalic intends to transfer to UCLA.
The forward will be eligible to play immediately after NCAA changed its guidelines that now permit players to play without a one-year transfer penalty.
She is currently overseas in Serbia trying to earn a spot on the Serbian senior national team with hopes of competing in the 2020 Olympics.
As a true freshman, Dugalic averaged 3.4 points and 4.0 rebounds in 12.2 minutes over 24 games, shooting 42.4% from the field.
Dugalic had the best game of her career against UCLA on February 18th with 13 points and nine rebounds.
Dugalic joined Te-Hina Paopao, Maddie Scherr, Kylee Watson, and Sydney Parrish as part of Kelly Graves' 2020 recruiting class that consisted of five-star recruits.
Dugalic choosing UCLA isn't a huge surprise after she entered the transfer portal on May 3rd. UCLA and Oregon were her the final two schools Dugalic was choosing between-- she committed to Oregon before visiting UCLA.
She is the fourth player to transfer from the Ducks this offseason, joining guards Taylor Chavez, Jaz Shelley and Taylor Mikesell.
Oregon has six returning scholarship players which includes Sedona Prince, Nyara Sabally and Kylee Watson.