Freshman guard Andra Espinoza-Hunter is transferring from UConn.

The school made the announcement Friday, almost three weeks after she left the team to deal with a personal matter. Espinoza-Hunter missed the past four games after averaging 2.0 points in 7.0 minutes while appearing in seven of UConn’s first 10 games.

“I have enjoyed getting to know Andy and her family,” UConn coach Geno Auriemma said in a statement. “Everyone at UConn wishes Andy all the best as she continues her college career elsewhere.”

Espinoza-Hunter came to UConn from Ossining, N.Y., where she was 2017 New York Gatorade Player of the Year. She averaged 36.9 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 3.0 steals as a senior at Ossining High.

She returned to her hometown high school as a senior after spending three years at Blair Academy in New Jersey. She played with UConn sophomore Batouly Camara at Blair and was a teammate of former Husky Saniya Chong at Ossining, where she began her high school career as a seventh grade varsity player.

The 5-foot-11 Espinoza-Hunter was rated as the 16th-best prospect in the country by ESPN’s HoopGurlz recruiting rankings. She came to UConn as a member of a celebrated recruiting class that included No. 1 prospect Megan Walker along with guard Mikayla Coombs and wing player Lexi Gordon.

Only Walker (6.3 points in 16.0 minutes over 12 games) has made an impact. Coombs is averaging is averaging 4.9 minutes over 11 games, Gordon 2.1 minutes in eight games.

Espinoza-Hunter played 10 minutes vs. California in the second game of the season and 14 against Maryland in the third game. She scored eight points with two 3-pointers in a win over Michigan State on Nov. 25.

The departure leaves UConn (14-0) with 12 players on its roster.