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Atlantic 10 transfer list: Who’s leaving the conference in 2019?

Published: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 @ 2:22 PM
Updated: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 @ 2:22 PM

Dayton’s Jordan Davis picks up a loose ball against Colorado in the first round of the NIT on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at the CU Events Center in Boulder, Colo. David Jablonski/Staff
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Dayton’s Jordan Davis picks up a loose ball against Colorado in the first round of the NIT on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at the CU Events Center in Boulder, Colo. David Jablonski/Staff(Staff Writer)

Spring is transfer season in college basketball. Nowadays, almost every team loses somebody.

» RELATED: Dayton’s updated 2019-20 roster

Here’s a list of who’s leaving Atlantic 10 Conference programs. Players listed are ones who decided to transfer since the start of the 2018-19 season. They are listed on the transfer lists on VerbalCommits.com or WatchStadium.com.

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Davidson

Dusan Kovacevic, 6-10, R-Jr., F (1.9 points per game): He appeared in 56 games the last three seasons and is a grad transfer.

Dayton

Jordan Davis, 6-2, So., G (9.8): After starting 53 games in two seasons, he transferred in April. New school: Middle Tennessee State.

Frankie Policelli, 6-7, Fr., F (0.9): He saw limited action in 20 games and announced his decision to transfer in April. According to his mom Angie’s Facebook page, he has petitioned the NCAA for immediate eligibility so he doesn’t have to sit out next season. New school: Stony Brook.

Duquesne

Gavin Bizeau, 6-11, Fr., F (1.0): He left in the spring. New school: Toledo.

Mike Lewis II, 6-1, Jr., G (5.6): After leading the Dukes in scoring his first two seasons, he saw his playing time decrease as a junior and decided to transfer to Nevada in January after playing in 12 games. He later transferred again to Saint Louis but then announced he would pursue professional basketball opportunities.

Brandon Wade, 6-2, Fr., G (1.0): He decided to transfer on April 8 after receiving limited playing time as a freshman.

Eric Williams Jr., 6-6, So., G (14.0): He announced his decision to transfer on April 8. New school: Oregon.

Fordham

Nick Honor, 5-10, Fr., G (15.3): He led the team in scoring and made the All-A-10 Rookie Team. New school: Clemson.

George Mason

Jaire Grayer, 6-4, Sr., G (10.0): He’s a grad transfer who missed most of last season with a foot injury. New school: Texas Christian University.

George Washington

Shandon Brown, 5-10, Fr., PG (0.5): He averaged 7.8 minutes in 29 games. New school: Niagara.

Marcus Littles, 6-9, Fr., C (1.9): He averaged 6.7 minutes in 24 games.

Terry Nolan Jr., 6-2, So., G (10.6): He started 20 games and was the team’s third-leading scorer. New school: Bradley.

D.J. Williams, 6-7, R-Jr., F (13.2): The team’s leading scorer announced June 6 he was transferring for the second time in his career. He played his first two seasons at Illinois. He’ll be a grad transfer.

La Salle

Miles Brookins, 6-8, So, F (5.0): He started 15 games last season and averaged 17.3 minutes. New school: Cal State Northridge.

Jayson Brower, 6-5, R-Jr., F (0.4): He appeared in five games.

Traci Carter, 6-0, R-Jr., PG (6.5): He played his first two seasons at Memphis and is now a grad transfer. New school: Hartford.

Jamir Moultrie, 6-2, So., G (4.3): He appeared in 16 games last season. New school: North Carolina Central.

Cian Sullivan, 7-2, R-So., C (1.0): He appeared in 15 games the last two seasons.

Massachusetts’ Luwane Pipkins runs into Dayton’s Jalen Crutcher on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, at the Mullins Center in Amherst, Mass. David Jablonski/Staff(Staff Writer)

Massachusetts

Curtis Cobb, 6-2, R-Jr., G (8.4): He transferred from Fairfield to UMass and is now a grad transfer. New school: Wagner.

Jaylen Franklin, 6-2, R-So., PG (0.0): He appeared in one game last season.

Kieran Hayward, 6-4, R-So., G (2.2): He averaged 7.0 minutes in 24 games. New school: Vanguard University of Southern California.

Jonathan Laurent, 6-6, R-Jr., F (9.5): He played one season at UMass after two seasons at Rutgers. New school: Oklahoma State.

Unique McLean, 6-2, R-So, G (3.0): He made eight starts last season. New school: St. Francis Brooklyn.

Luwane Pipkins, 5-11, R-Jr., G (16.0): He scored 1,416 points in three seasons. New school: Providence.

Tre Wood, 6-0, Fr., G (3.2): He averaged 16.0 minutes in 24 appearances. New school: LIU Brooklyn.

Rhode Island

Marial Mading, 6-10, Fr., C: He never played for the Rams last season.

Omar Silverio, 6-3, Fr., G (1.9): He averaged 7.8 minutes in 28 appearances. New school: Hofstra.

Michael Tertsea, 6-10, R-So., C (0.1): He appeared in 15 games the last two seasons. New school: Gannon.

Christion Thompson, 6-4, R-Jr., G (5.7): He started 15 games last season. New school: Tulane.

Richmond

Keith Oddo, 6-1, R-Jr., PG (0.4): He received limited playing time in eight minutes last season.

St. Bonaventure

Melkisedek Moreaux, 6-6, Jr., F (0.9): He appeared in 10 games for the Bonnies. New school: Mercyhurst.

Tshiefu Ngalakulondi, 6-6, Jr., F (3.6):  He started 11 games last season. New school: Fairfield.

Saint Joseph’s

Jared Bynum, 5-8, Fr., PG (11.3): He was the team’s third-leading scorer. New school: Providence.

Lamarr Kimble, 6-0, R-Jr., PG (15.5): He scored 958 points in his injury-plagued Saint Joseph’s career. New school: Louisville.

Saint Louis

Carte’Are Gordon, 6-9, Fr., F (8.9): He left the Billikens after appearing in 13 games. New school: DePaul.

Virginia Commonwealth

Sean Mobley, 6-8, So., F (4.2): He started 36 games over the last two seasons.

P.J. Byrd, 6-1, Fr. G (1.2): He was VCU’s backup point guard last season and announced he was leaving May 17.