Maryland women’s basketball landed its second transfer this week, as Sarah Te-Biasu announced her commitment to the team Friday on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

The 5-foot-5 point guard will join the Terps after four years at VCU. Te-Biasu averaged 16 points, 2.9 assists and two steals a game and was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year this past season.

Te-Biasu joins Rutgers transfer Kaylene Smikle and junior college transfer Isi Ozzy-Momodu as the program’s newest members. With three players graduating and four entering the transfer portal, Maryland still has four open roster spots for the 2024-25 season.

[Rutgers guard Kaylene Smikle transfers to Maryland women’s basketball]

A Montreal native, Te-Biasu has international experience. She made a game-winning basket to win the 3×3 gold medal for Canada at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

Te-Biasu will be a key player for the Terps as a point guard, who were without a “true” point guard this past season, relying instead on Shyanne Sellers and Bri McDaniel to facilitate the offense.

Te-Biasu will also be crucial in spacing the floor, as Maryland will have to replace Brinae Alexander’s three-point shooting. Te-Biasu averaged two three-pointers per game on 37.9 percent shooting in her senior season.