Maine women's basketball is losing its third leading scorer, sophomore Julie Brosseau. She has been given permission to talk to other schools.
“I had two amazing years spent here at the University of Maine that I wouldn’t trade for anything,” Brosseau says. “I had the chance to meet beautiful people and create a family with my teammates that I love so much. I know that those relationships are for a lifetime. My desire is to continue my college career at another University. My decision wasn’t easy, but I had to follow my heart. I truly want the best for the University of Maine program. I know that Coach Vachon and her coaching staff wouldn’t give anything but their best to make it happen. I am so grateful and thankful to have had the opportunity to play for them. Thank you again, Black Bear Nation, and to our awesome fans.” - UM Press Release
Brosseau is a 5-foot-8 guard from Quebec. She averaged 11 PPG this past season. Only Blanca Millan and Tanesha Sutton averaged more points per game. Brosseau played in 32 of the 33 games.

“We want to thank Julie for her two years at the University of Maine,” Vachon says. “Julie is a tremendous basketball player, but an even better student and person and we have loved having her at UMaine. We wish her nothing but the best as she pursues a new challenge.” - UM Press Release

What school she will transfer to is unknown at this time.