Georgia Amoore follows her coach from Virginia Tech to Kentucky.

Kentucky  — Following the departure of her coach, Kenny Brooks, from Virginia Tech to take over as head coach of the Wildcats, Georgia Amoore made the announcement on Thursday night that she will be moving to Kentucky.  

Virginia Tech was able to go to the Final Four of the previous season and win the regular-season championship of the Atlantic Coast Conference this year because to the combination of All-America forward Elizabeth Kitley and Australian guard Amoore, who stands at 5 feet 6 inches tall  

An injury prevented Kitley from participating in this year's women's NCAA Tournament, and as a result, the Hokies were eliminated by Baylor in the second round of the tournament.  

Amoore, who was selected for the third team of the Associated Press All-America, disclosed her decision through an Instagram post. At 18.8 points per game, she was Virginia Tech's second-leading scorer during the current season. Additionally, she averaged a team-high 6.8 assists per game.  

She finishes her career as the Hokies' all-time leader in assists with 656. Aside from that, she is second in 3-pointers with 293, third in points with 1,853, and fourth in games played with 121  

During his game against Houston Christian, Amoore made new single-game school records by scoring 39 points and dishing out 16 assists with Virginia.  

Over the course of the past two years, Amoore has been selected to the first team of All-ACC players. Additionally, he was honored as the Most Valuable Player of the ACC Tournament in the previous year, when Virginia Tech made its very first appearance in the Final Four  

This past week, both she and Kitley were selected to be members of the John R. Wooden All-America team.  

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