Atlantic 10 RUMORS & NEWS

  • Charles Cooke to return to Dayton Flyers

    Dayton Daily News "Charles Cooke will return to the Dayton Flyers for his senior season and withdraw his name from consideration for the NBA Draft, UD announced Tuesday. Cooke, a 6-foot-5 guard from Trenton, N.J., led the Flyers in scoring with 15.6 points per game. He announced April 21 he would submit his name..." May 24

  • Dayton Flyers center Steve McElvene dies at 20

    Dayton Daily News "University of Dayton basketball player Steve McElvene died Thursday at 20, UD announced. The Allen County (Ind.) Coroners Office confirmed the news, and a spokesman said McElvene died at 11:19 a.m. An investigation is ongoing, and autopsy results are expected this afternoon. McElvene was a..." May 12

  • George Washington transfer Paul Jorgensen commits to Butler

    Big East Coast Bias "The Butler Bulldogs landed a transfer on Wednesday, as it was reported that George Washington point guard Paul Jorgensen would be headed to Indianapolis. As the tweet notes, Jorgensen will have to sit out this season. He'll be eligible for 2017-18 and 2018-19. " May 11

  • Kearney grad Obokoh transfers to St. Bonaventure from SU

    Rochester Democrat and Chronicle "After two seasons playing for the Syracuse University men's basketball team, Bishop Kearney graduate Chinonso Obokoh will officially transfer to St. Bonaventure University next season. Over the course of his two seasons with the Orange, the 6-foot, 9-inch center/forward from Nigeria averaged..." May 08

  • Ex-UCF guard Adonys Henriquez transferring to Saint Louis

    The Score "Saint Louis has reportedly made a splash on the transfer market late Friday night. Former UCF guard Adonys Henriquez is heading to the Billikens, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports. It's a solid get for new head coach Travis Ford, as Henriquez averaged more than 10 points per game last..." May 07

  • VCU's Michael Gilmore transferring

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "VCU forward Michael Gilmore will transfer, Rams coach Will Wade said Tuesday. The 6-foot-10, 215-pound rising junior started 18 of the first 24 games for the Rams, but his playing time decreased significantly toward the end of the season as rising junior forward Justin Tillman, who plays the..." May 04

  • Savon Goodman transfers to La Salle as Explorers continue to reload

    City of Basketball Love "Savon Goodman is coming home, and La Salle’s already strong conglomerate of reinforcement transfers just got another boost. Goodman, a Constitution high school grad and Philadelphia native, is transferring to La Salle after spending the first four years of his college career at three separate..." April 23

  • Dayton's Charles Cooke to test NBA draft waters

    The Score "Dayton guard Charles Cooke is declaring for the NBA draft, but won't hire an agent, the team announced Thursday. "Charles and I have discussed the new legislation regarding the 2016 NBA Draft Combine and early entrant opportunity, and I support him entering his name into the 2016 NBA Draft,"..." April 22

  • Spiders hoops bringing in graduate transfer from FAMU

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "The University of Richmond is bringing in a basketball graduate transfer for the first time in program history. UR will be the third college for 6-foot-6 Malcolm Bernard. Bernard comes from Florida A&M, to which he transferred after two seasons at Charleston Southern. Bernard, a resident of..." April 20

  • Niagara transfer Emile Blackman commits to Duquesne

    The Score "Duquesne looks to have added some firepower for the 2016-17 season, as sources told CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein that Niagara's Emile Blackman has committed to the Dukes as a graduate transfer. The 6-foot-4 guard led the Purple Eagles in scoring last season, pouring in 15.8 points per game, and..." April 17

  • George Washington tops Valparaiso in NIT Championship

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- George Washington coach Mike Lonergan can finally replace the basketball net he's been using as a good luck charm the past month and a half. Lonergan now has a net from Madison Square Garden after George Washington won its first NIT title with a 76-60 win over Valparaiso in the..." March 31

  • Saint Louis hires Travis Ford as head coach

    SI "Saint Louis has hired Travis Ford as its head coach, the university announced. Last week, Ford parted ways with Oklahoma State after eight seasons with the Cowboys. Ford compiled a 155—111 record. He left the program with three years and $7.2M in guaranteed salary remaining on his..." March 31

  • GW shuts down Aztecs, reaches NIT final

    The Sports Xchange "NEW YORK -- George Washington coach Mike Lonergan's strategy wasn't to stick with a 1-3-1 zone against San Diego State in the semifinals of the NIT on Tuesday, but an injury to a key player and some foul trouble forced him into that plan. The result was a dominating 65-46 win from George..." March 30

  • Will Wade spurns interest from Vanderbilt, accepts extension at VCU

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAB - The Dagger "He's a native of Nashville. He has a 65-36 record as a head coach. He has previous experience recruiting to a Harvard program with high admissions standards. Everything about Will Wade seemed like a perfect fit for Vanderbilt except for one thing: He already has a pretty good job. VCU..." March 29

  • Bembry leaving St. Joe's for NBA draft "DeAndre’ Bembry could hardly be hotter than he is at this very moment. After the Saint Joseph’s junior went off for a 20-point first half against Cincinnati in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, everybody knew what Philadelphia has known for some time - the player from Charlotte by way of the..." March 28

  • George Washington 82, Florida 77

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Tyler Cavanaugh scored 23 points and knocked down a key 3-pointer in the final minute, and George Washington advanced to the NIT Final Four for the first time in school history after posting an 82-77 victory over Florida on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Kevin Larsen had 19..." March 23

  • Dayton extends head coach Archie Miller through 2023

    The Score "Sean Miller isn't leaving Arizona, and his brother Archie isn't leaving his post either. Dayton announced Wednesday that it has signed its head coach to a contract extension that will keep him with the Flyers through 2023. Financial terms of the new deal were not disclosed, but Miller did..." March 23

  • George Washington 87, Monmouth 71

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Tyler Cavanaugh posted 22 points and 12 rebounds, helping fourth-seeded George Washington upset top-seeded Monmouth 87-71 in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament on Monday night at the Multipurpose Activity Center in West Long Branch, N.J. Senior guard..." March 21

  • Top-seeded Oregon squeaks past Saint Joseph's

    The Sports Xchange "SPOKANE, Wash. -- Tyler Dorsey put his head down and subtly shook it after the first free throw went down. Then he stepped back to the line and smoothly drained the other. Minutes later, the top-seeded Ducks stormed midcourt to mob their coach, Sweet 16-bound for the first time since 2013..." March 21

  • Hield scores 36 as Oklahoma overcomes VCU

    The Sports Xchange "OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma guard Jordan Woodard lofted an alley-oop pass that Khadeem Lattin grabbed and flushed, causing one of many eruptions from the sea of red-clad Sooners fans. With that, the Sooners finally had the momentum edge they needed to fend off Virginia Commonwealth 85-81..." March 20

  • Saint Joseph's outlasts Cincinnati

    The Sports Xchange "SPOKANE, Wash. -- Saint Joseph's and coach Phil Martelli hadn't won an NCAA Tournament game since 2004, which made the magnitude of the No. 8-seeded Hawks' 78-76 nail-biter over ninth-seeded Cincinnati on Friday night all the more sweet. Isaiah Miles' 3-pointer with 9 seconds to play proved..." March 19

  • Syracuse makes statement in rout of Dayton

    The Sports Xchange "ST. LOUIS -- Why is Syracuse in the field? How does a team lose five of its last six and still make it? What was the selection committee thinking? The Orange answered everyone's questions Friday with a dominant second half in a first round Midwest Region beatdown of Dayton. Freshman..." March 18

  • George Washington 82, Hofstra 80

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward Tyler Cavanaugh had 20 points and 11 rebounds in George Washington's dramatic 82-80 victory over Hofstra on Wednesday in the opening round of the NIT at the Charles E. Smith Center in Washington. The Pride, who trailed by 12 points with 8 1/2 minutes left, stormed back to tie..." March 16

  • Wagner 79, Saint Bonaventure 75

    The Sports Xchange "Ramone Saunders scored 21 points to help No. 8 seed Wagner shock No. 1 overall seed Saint Bonaventure 79-75 in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament on Wednesday night at the Reilly Center in Olean, NY. Saunders also had seven rebounds, Dwaun Anderson scored 14, and both..." March 16

  • Florida State 84, Davidson 74

    The Sports Xchange "TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State opened the first round of the NIT with an 84-74 win over Davidson on Tuesday night at the Donald L. Tucker Center. Florida State (20-13) advanced to face Valparaiso or Texas Southern in the second round at a yet to be determined time and place. The..." March 15

  • St. Joseph's 87, VCU 74

    The Sports Xchange "Junior forward DeAndre' Bembry scored 30 points on 13-of-16 shooting to lead St. Joseph's to a convincing 87-74 victory over Virginia Commonwealth on Sunday in the Atlantic 10 tournament title game at New York. Senior forward Isaiah Miles had 26 points on 11-of-16 shooting and collected 12..." March 13

  • Saint Louis fires head coach Jim Crews after four seasons

    College Basketball Talk "Shortly after the team’s loss to George Washington in the second round of the Atlantic 10 tournament, Saint Louis AD Chris May announced that head coach Jim Crews would not be retained. Crews was named interim head coach in place of the late Rick Majerus just before the start of the 2012-13..." March 10

  • Duquesne men's basketball forward Powell to transfer

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Duquesne forward TySean Powell is leaving the team and will transfer from the school, the university confirmed Monday after the sophomore announced his decision on Twitter. He will not play the rest of this season and will transfer at the end of the semester. “I would like to thank the..." March 01

  • Rhode Island's Hassan Martin to miss rest of season after knee injury

    CBS Sports "Rhode Island's Hassan Martin will miss the rest of the 2015-16 season due to a knee injury he received during Tuesday's loss at Davidson, sources told CBS Sports on Wednesday. The 6-foot-7 junior was a Preseason All-Atlantic 10 player and was averaging 12.0 points and 5.7 rebounds. Martin..." February 24

  • St. Bonaventure upsets No. 15 Dayton

    The Sports Xchange "DAYTON, Ohio -- University of Dayton Arena is among the toughest environments for visiting teams. Typically, when the hometown Flyers are on the verge of a run, the crowd's energy carries them through. On Saturday afternoon, St. Bonaventure found an antidote in sophomore guard Jaylen..." February 20

  • Saint Joseph's upsets No. 15 Dayton

    The Sports Xchange "PHILADELPHIA -- The Saint Joseph's Hawks haven't been ranked since Jameer Nelson was in uniform. But that could very well change next week. The Hawks picked up their best win of the season Wednesday night, knocking off the No. 15 Dayton Flyers 79-70 at Hagan Arena. The win propelled the..." February 17

  • Duquesne basketball team's journey through blizzard ends

    ESPN "After more than 30 hours on the road, the Duquesne men's basketball team finally arrived home late Saturday night. The Dukes tweeted that they had arrived in Pittsburgh after their bus had been stranded in traffic on the Pennsylvania Turnpike since 9:15 p.m. ET on Friday because of the blizzard..." January 24

  • Duquesne men's basketball team stranded on bus after road win

    Fox Sports "Micah Mason scored 23 points to lead Duquesne to an 86-75 win Friday over George Mason in a men's basketball game in Fairfax, Va. The team celebrated coach Jim Ferry's 300th victory, but that's when the real work began for the Dukes. They boarded a bus and headed for home but haven't made it..." January 23

  • Dayton’s suspended forward Dyshawn Pierre to return to team

    SI "Dayton senior forward Dyshawn Pierre returned to practice Sunday and is expected to make his season debut in the near future, reports ESPN’s Jeff Goodman. Pierre, who was suspended from the school after he was accused of sexual assault by another student in September, could return to game..." December 24

  • Duquesne G/F Jeremiah Jones lost for the season

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Duquesne guard/forward Jeremiah Jones will miss the remainder of the 2015-16 season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, Dukes coach Jim Ferry confirmed Monday. Jones, a 6-foot-3 senior, was injured while going up for a layup early in the first half of a 72-65 victory..." December 24

  • Judge rules in favor of UD; basketball star Pierre remains suspended

    Dayton Daily News "A federal judge ruled Friday that Pierre’s suspension from the University of Dayton will remain in place until Dec. 20. The ruling came after Pierre and his attorneys filed lawsuit in an attempt to force the university to lift the suspension before Dec. 20. First report: Dayton men’s..." December 12

  • This year's Dayton team will be Archie Miller's best Flyers squad yet

    CBS Sports "Dayton fans must be in a constant state of giddy ambivalence. Their prideful program has maintained national relevance while cresting to mainstream success in the past two years under Archie Miller. Since 2014, few teams have been as fun to watch or as interesting to track as the Flyers. By..." December 10

  • Woman claims she was assaulted by two St. Bonaventure basketball players

    Sporting News - NCAAB "A young woman alleges two members of the St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team assaulted her near the school early Sunday morning, The Buffalo News reported Tuesday. The woman told police she was assaulted in a parking lot behind a local bar just before 1:30 a.m. ET. According to the police..." November 17

  • UR junior guard Josh Jones suspended indefinitely

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "The University of Richmond’s inexperienced backcourt became more inexperienced Tuesday evening, when junior guard Josh Jones was suspended indefinitely from all team activities for a violation of athletics department policy. A brief UR release said the athletics department will have no..." November 16

  • Rhode Island star E.C. Matthews done for season with torn ACL

    SI "Rhode Island guard E.C. Matthews will miss the season with a knee injury, the team announced Saturday. Matthews, a junior, was an Atlantic 10 player of the year candidate. He injured his right knee during the first half of Rhode Island’s season-opening 65–42 win over American on Friday. The..." November 15

  • Rhode Island star E.C. Matthews hurts knee; MRI coming Saturday

    CBS Sports "Rhode Island, our pick to win the Atlantic 10 this season, opened its 2015-16 with a scary sight on Friday night. Star junior E.C. Matthews went down near the 10:40 mark of the first half of the team's home game against American. As Matthews was driving the lane in transition, he planted his..." November 14

  • URI center Onyekaba leaves program

    Providence Journal "Ifeanyi Onyekaba has left the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball program. Per a release issued by the Rams Tuesday afternoon, the senior center has decided to forego his final season with URI to focus on his academics. Onyekaba, a finance/marketing major from Nigeria by way of..." November 12

  • George Mason suspends Holloway 6 games "George Mason announced seniior guard Patrick Holloway has been suspended for the team's first six games of the season due to academic issues. Holloway was second on the team averaging 10.9 points per game last season and led George Mason with 40 three-pointers made. George Mason plays five..." November 12

  • Saint Joseph's agrees to contract extension with coach Phil Martelli

    CBS Sports "Saint Joseph's has agreed to a contract extension with coach Phil Martelli, the school announced Thursday. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Martelli's contract was set to expire at the end of the 2016 season. Martelli, who has been at the school for 30 years as either an..." October 30

  • Judge to decide if UD player Dyshawn Pierre rejoins team

    Dayton Daily News "ball player Dyshawn Pierre gets to immediately re-enroll in school and re-join the team rests in the hands of a federal judge. U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Rose heard arguments Thursday from attorneys representing Pierre and the university in Dayton’s federal building. Rose said he would..." October 19

  • Kevin Marfo commits to George Washington over Providence, Boston College

    Big East Coast Bias "Class of 2016 power forward Kevin Marfo (Worcester Academy) has committed to George Washington University. Back on Wednesday, Marfo had downsized his list of choices to three schools: GWU, Providence College and Boston College. There wasn't much to speak of with regards to whether any school..." October 10

  • 5-3 guard Darnell Rogers commits to play for George Washington

    ESPN "Darnell Rogers, a 5-foot-3 high school senior and the son of former George Washington standout Shawnta Rogers, has committed to play for Mike Lonergan and the Colonials. "My dad is an alum, and I have a family relationship with the coaching staff," Darnell Rogers told ESPN. "Their starting..." October 07

  • Derek Kellogg dishes on LuWane Pipkins, injuries from the start of UMass basketball practice

    Mass Live "In the cluttered hallway of the sparkling new Champions Center practice facility – so new that the building isn't technically finished, actually – University of Massachusetts basketball coach Derek Kellogg met with reporters Monday for the first time this season. Behind Kellogg, through the..." October 06

  • UMass lands prized package deal in De'Jon Jarreau, Brison Gresham

    SI "Derek Kellogg on Monday scored his biggest recruiting victory since he took over as UMass’s head coach in 2008, as guard De’Jon Jarreau and power forward Brison Gresham issued verbal commitments to the Minutemen. Jarreau and Greshman comprise a so-called package deal. They attend McDonogh 35..." September 29

  • Point guard Dowtin wraps up URI's Class of 2016

    Providence Journal "With its fourth verbal commitment in just three short weekends, the University of Rhode Island brought an efficient end to its Class of 2016 recruiting cycle. Washington, D.C. point guard Jeff Dowtin pledged to the Rams early Sunday following his official visit this weekend. The ninth..." September 28

  • New Jersey's Langevine gives URI third 2016 commitment

    Providence Journal "With forwards Hassan Martin and Kuran Iverson scheduled to depart in just two short seasons, building front court depth was certainly a need for the University of Rhode Island during this particular recruiting cycle. The Rams continued to do so on Thursday afternoon, scoring a third verbal..." September 25

  • Dayton’s Pierre fighting suspension, allegations

    College Basketball Talk "Dayton senior Dyshawn Pierre will fight his suspension and is also dealing with an alleged sexual assault that could be the basis of his first-semester suspension, according to multiple reports. In a report from Josh Sweigart from the Dayton Daily News, another Dayton student accused Pierre of..." September 24

  • Dyshawn Pierre to miss 10 games to start season

    ESPN "Dyshawn Pierre, Dayton's leading returning scorer and rebounder, has been suspended by the school for the fall semester, a source close to the situation told ESPN. Pierre is expected to miss the first 10 games of the season. He will likely be eligible to return Dec. 22 against Miami..." September 21

  • VCU picks up commitment from four-star wing De'Riante Jenkins

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "New VCU coach Will Wade picked up a major commitment on Saturday, landing four-star wing De’Riante Jenkins. Jenkins, a 6-foot-5, 180-pounder who will play at Hargrave Military Academy this season, is ranked as a top-60 prospect by He had a long list of ACC and SEC suitors, including..." September 21

  • Louisiana big man Layssard commits to URI

    Providence Journal "It didn’t take long for the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball program to start building its 2016 recruiting class. Louisiana big man Mike Layssard Jr. gave the Rams their first verbal commitment following an official visit to Kingston this weekend, allowing Dan Hurley and his staff to..." September 14

  • Report: Forward Leroy Butts won’t be enrolling at Rhode Island for fall semester

    College Basketball Talk "Rhode Island’s three-member 2015 recruiting class took a hit Wednesday night, and with that so did the Rams’ front court rotation ahead of a season in which they hope to reach the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1999. Leroy Butts, a 6-foot-8 three-star power forward from Upper..." August 13

  • Minnesota, VCU spent $300,000 to settle complaints against former AD Norwood Teague

    College Basketball Talk "The scandal surrounding former Minnesota athletic director Norwood Teague took another turn on Tuesday morning, as news surfaced that Minnesota and VCU — where Teague held the same position prior to heading north — had paid at least $300,000 to settle gender discrimination claims since 2012. In..." August 11

  • La Salle's Khalid Lewis commits to Illinois, immediately eligible

    CBS Sports "La Salle transfer Khalid Lewis has committed to Illinois, sources told Since he's already a college graduate, Lewis will be immediately eligible to play next season. A 6-3 guard, Lewis averaged 6.0 points last season and started 18 games for La Salle." August 09

  • Henrico's Buckingham commits to Richmond

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "Wherever De'Monte Buckingham went to play basketball, there was Chris Mooney sitting in the bleachers watching him. When Buckingham and his Amateur Athletic Union squad Team Takeover went to Las Vegas or Georgia, the University of Richmond coach hopped on a plane and followed. When..." August 04

  • La Salle adds South Carolina transfer "La Salle continued a busy offseason by adding 6-foot-9 forward/center Demetrius Henry, who is transferring from South Carolina. Henry started 48 games over two seasons for the Gamecocks. He must sit out this season and will have two years of eligibility at La Salle. He averaged 6.0 points and..." July 25

  • Mason's Isaiah Jackson to transfer to Providence

    Providence Journal "Isaiah Jackson, a promising freshman forward at George Mason last season, has decided to transfer to Providence College and essentially begin Ed Cooley’s Class of 2016 recruiting class. Jackson, a 6-6 wing from Gainesville, Fla., averaged 8.7 points and 3.9 rebounds for the Patriots as a..." July 20

  • Report: Khalid Lewis leaving La Salle for fifth year

    City of Basketball Love "An offseason of roster turnover continued for La Salle on Monday, with the news that guard Khalid Lewis will transfer out for his final year of eligibility. Lewis' departure was first reported by The Recruit Scoop's Alex Kline. In two years (61 games) at La Salle after transferring in from..." July 07

  • Former South Carolina power forward Demetrius Henry transferring to La Salle

    College Basketball Talk "Having already landed two transfers this offseason in the form of point guard Pookie Powell and small forward B.J. Johnson, La Salle picked up a commitment from a third player who began his career at another Division I institution Saturday morning. Demetrius Henry, a 6-foot-9 power forward who..." July 04

  • Davidson lands Will Magarity, 6-11 transfer from Boston College

    Charlotte Observer "Will Magarity, a 6-foot-11 transfer from Boston College, has been admitted at Davidson and will be eligible to play for the Wildcats in the 2016-17 season. Magarity, who averaged 3.9 points and 2.8 rebounds in 22 games last season, will have two years of eligibility. " June 15

  • Bradley transfer Josh Cunningham commits to Dayton

    CBS Sports "Bradley transfer Josh Cunningham has committed to Dayton, sources told on Thursday night. The 6-7 forward will have three years of eligibility remaining after sitting out next season, per NCAA rules." June 11

  • Three-star recruit Unique McLean commits to UMass basketball

    Mass Live "After a flurry of offseason roster moves, the University of Massachusetts basketball team has just one 2015 scholarship remaining heading into the fall. Looking further down the line, one of the Minutemen's 2016 scholarships has also been spoken for. According to ESPN recruiting analyst Adam..." June 09

  • VCU lands former Minnesota commit, three-star power forward Jonathan Nwankwo

    College Basketball Talk "Jonathan Nwankwo, a former Minnesota signee, committed to VCU on Friday night. The commitment was reported by both Evan Daniels of and Jeff Borzello of The 6-foot-9 Nwankwo received his release from his National Letter of Intent on May 18. He becomes the second pledge in..." June 08

  • 5-star wing Jayson Tatum is down to 2 schools, decision will come soon

    SB Nation "Jayson Tatum is a special talent as one of the three best players in the loaded recruiting class of 2016. The 6'8 wing out of St. Louis cut his list to four schools in April. Now he says he's down to two schools, with a decision coming either this month or next month. Tatum did not specify..." June 04

  • Accuser admits Mo Alie-Cox didn't punch her

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "A woman admitted she falsely accused VCU forward Mo Alie-Cox of punching her in the face in an apology letter referenced in court on Tuesday before a judge dismissed the assault charge against him. Alie-Cox had been charged with misdemeanor assault based on Morgan Ashley Kaye's criminal..." June 02

  • Report: Memphis transfer Kuran Iverson immediately eligible at Rhode Island

    College Basketball Talk "Rhode Island received some encouraging news on Monday as forward Kuran Iverson will be eligible to play right away. The NCAA got rid of hardship waivers, but Iverson transferred into Rhode Island before the rule was changed, so he was allowed to apply to play right away. The news of Iverson’s..." June 02

  • Assault charge to be dismissed against VCU's Mo Alie-Cox

    USA Today "Assault charges will be dismissed against forward Mo Alie-Cox, according to a statement Thursday from Virginia Commonwealth. Cox originally was charged April 30 for allegedly punching a woman, according to court documents obtained by USA TODAY Sports. "We have been informed by the Richmond..." May 28

  • VCU transfer Terry Larrier chooses Connecticut over Maryland, other schools

    Baltimore Sun "After signing five-star prospect Diamond Stone in April and getting a commitment from Duke transfer Rasheed Sulaimon earlier this month, Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon’s hot streak was finally stopped Thursday. Terry Larrier, a 6-foot-7 forward who announced plans to transfer from..." May 28

  • Alonzo Nelson-Ododa transfers to Pitt

    Cardiac Hill "Nelson-Ododa is the latest big man to join the Panthers. The team already had secured Rozelle Nix and recently added transfer Rafael Maia. Last year, Nelson-Ododa averaged 6.6 points and 5.1 rebounds per game. He also brings some shot-blocking ability with 1.7 blocks in 23 minutes of action per..." May 25

  • Report: Maryland one of two frontrunners for VCU transfer

    CSN Baltimore "Maryland and Connecticut are the two frontrunners to land VCU transfer Terry Larrier, according to Jon Rothstein of Larrier, a lanky 6-8 forward from New York City, decided to transfer after head coach Shaka Smart left VCU for Texas this spring. He averaged 6.6 points and 3.0..." May 23

  • Rams seeking third year for transfer

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "VCU basketball coach Will Wade said the school intends to file a waiver with the NCAA seeking a third year of eligibility for junior college transfer Ahmed Hamdy Mohamed. Mohamed, a 6-foot-9, 245-pound forward from Egypt, signed with VCU this past weekend. He originally signed with Houston but..." May 22

  • Rhode Island lands transfer guard from Indiana

    College Basketball Talk "Rhode Island picked up another transfer this week as former Indiana sophomore Stanford Robinson committed. The 6-foot-4 sophomore is a former top-60 national prospect and will get a chance to restart his career. After sitting out the 2015-16 season due to NCAA transfer restrictions, Robinson..." May 19

  • Canisius guard Zach Lewis reportedly set to join UMass basketball via transfer

    Mass Live "The University of Massachusetts basketball team has reportedly landed another future backcourt option via transfer. According to ESPN recruiting scout Adam Finklestein, UMass has picked up a transfer commitment from Canisius guard Zach Lewis, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard who announced his decision..." May 19

  • Transfer addition Matt Mobley gives Bonnies more long-term backcourt security

    Buffalo News "St. Bonaventure gained some security in the backcourt for the 2016-17 season Tuesday with the addition of guard Matt Mobley, a transfer from Central Connecticut. Mobley announced his decision to transfer three weeks ago and revealed his choice of the Bonnies on his Twitter account. He will have..." May 19

  • VCU adds a BIG man in JUCO F Ahmed Hamdy Mohamed

    VCU Ram Nation "Will Wade and the VCU Basketball program got great news today as 6’9″, 245 pound PF Ahmed Hamdy Mohamed committed to the VCU Rams while on a visit to campus today. The JUCO forward out of Lee College (TX) averaged 16.2 ppg and 10.7 rpg while shooting 54.5% from the field last season and will be..." May 19

  • Derrick Gordon to Seton Hall; says 'homophobia' still prevalent

    USA Today "Former UMass guard Derrick Gordon, the first openly gay Division I college basketball player, is transferring to Seton Hall, the 6-3 guard announced Sunday. "I'm walking into a great situation," Gordon told USA TODAY Sports. "This gives me a chance to showcase what I can really do in one of the..." May 18

  • La Salle lands transfer from Memphis "POOKIE POWELL, a 6-1 guard from Orlando, Fla., and a borderline top-100 recruit out of high school, will transfer to La Salle after playing one season at Memphis. Powell averaged 4.3 points while shooting 37.7 percent overall and 28.8 percent from three-point range last season. He had 72..." May 12

  • Italian forward Akele commits to URI

    Providence Journal "With its second verbal commitment of the week late Saturday night, the University of Rhode Island is moving closer to finalizing its roster for the 2015-16 season. IMG Academy (Fla.) forward Nicola Akele pledged to the Rams after a whirlwind courtship over the last two months. Akele also held..." May 11

  • Former URI forward Reischel transfers to Eastern Kentucky

    Providence Journal "One of the University of Rhode Island’s three transfers has reportedly found a new home to play his final year of college basketball. Jarelle Reischel will continue his career at Eastern Kentucky, playing the 2015-16 season with the Colonials and new coach Dan McHale. The 6-foot-5 small forward..." May 09

  • Old Dominion lands second transfer in three days

    College Basketball Talk "Old Dominion head coach Jeff Jones has been busy in the transfer “market,” as he’s managed to reel in commitments from guard B.J. Stith (Virginia) and Austin Colbert (Illinois). Two days after landing Colbert it was reported that ODU received a commitment from a third transfer in the form of..." May 09

  • Richmond to lose senior forward as graduate transfer

    College Basketball Talk "Alonzo Nelson-Ododa is transferring out of the Richmond program, the school announced on Tuesday. Nelson-Ododa is a 6-foot-9 forward that is second all-time in Richmond history in blocks. He averaged 6.6 points and 5.1 boards this past season, starting 69 games in three seasons. Nelson-Ododa..." May 06

  • Nebraska transfer Tarin Smith commits to Duquesne

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "From the start of the college basketball regular signing period in April, landing a guard with some level of Division I experience was the top priority for the Duquesne coaching staff. That wish soon became a reality. The Dukes got a commitment Monday from guard Tarin Smith, a transfer from..." May 06

  • Mo Alie-Cox charged with assault, battery after woman claims he punched her

    Sporting News - NCAAB "VCU forward Mo Alie-Cox was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery on Thursday in the wake of an incident at a nightclub on April 3 where a woman claims he punched her, according to documents obtained by the local TV station WTVR . The alleged encounter occurred at Society nightclub in..." May 05

  • VCU basketball player Terry Larrier asks for release from team

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "New VCU basketball coach Will Wade was well aware that Terry Larrier might want to transfer after a coaching change. It became definite on Wednesday when Wade announced that Larrier, a rising sophomore, had asked for his release. Larrier, a top 50 recruit, arrived as one of the gems of last..." April 30

  • VCU guard Terry Larrier to transfer

    CBS Sports "VCU freshman guard Terry Larrier will transfer, sources told on Wednesday. He will sit out next season per NCAA rules and have three years of eligibility remaining." April 29

  • VCU lands immediately eligible transfer Korey Billbury

    CBS Sports "Oral Roberts transfer Korey Billbury has committed to VCU, per his twitter page. Since he's already a college graduate, Billbury will be immediately eligible to play next season. A 6-3 guard, Billbury averaged 14.4 points and 7.4 rebounds last season" April 24

  • Report: Fordham guard Eric Paschall transferring to Villanova

    CSN Philly "Villanova is about to add another talented guard. According to Adam Zagoria of, Eric Paschall, the reigning Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year, has decided to transfer from Fordham to Villanova. He was also considering Providence, Florida and Kansas. The 6-foot-6, 205-pound Paschall..." April 23

  • Seton Hall transfer Jaren Sina commits to George Washington

    CBS Sports "Seton Hall transfer Jaren Sina has committed to George Washington, sources told Sina will have two years of eligibility remaining and be eligible to play beginning during the 2016-17 season. Sina averaged 7.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 2.3 assists last season at Seton Hall." April 22

  • Dartmouth transfer Alex Mitola is heading to George Washington

    College Basketball Talk "George Washington has added a shooter for the 2015-16 season, as Dartmouth transfer Alex Mitola has committed to the program, a source confirmed to Mitola averaged double-figures all three years he played for the Big Green, posting 12.4 points while shooting 36.6 percent from..." April 22

  • Fifth-year guard McGlynn signs with URI

    Providence Journal "Four McGlynn made his commitment to the University of Rhode Island official on Monday, signing financial aid paperwork to join the Rams for the 2015-16 season. The fifth-year transfer guard from Towson will be immediately eligible for his final season of college basketball and should add a..." April 21

  • UMass basketball picks up commitment from Texas A&M transfer Antwan Space

    Mass Live "Antwan Space, the Texas A&M big man who took a recruiting visit to the University of Massachusetts over the weekend, has committed to transfer to UMass, according to multiple reports Sunday afternoon. A redshirt junior, Space is slated to complete his undergraduate degree at A&M in May and will..." April 20

  • E.C. Matthews will return to Rhode Island

    College Basketball Talk "Rhode Island received some great news on Sunday as sophomore guard E.C. Matthews will return for his junior season, a source told The 6-foot-5 sophomore has been a dynamic guard for the Rams the past two seasons and he’s a high-level scorer to go along with an ability to make..." April 19

  • Justin Tillman staying at VCU

    Richmond Times-Dispatch "New VCU basketball coach Will Wade got a big dose of good news on Wednesday. Big man Justin Tillman had a change of heart after meeting with Wade on Wednesday night, just days after asking for his release from the program. Tillman, a rising sophomore forward from Detroit, said that he will..." April 16