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FDU transfer Stephan Jiggetts Commits to South Florida - Apr 16, 2017


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Former Fairleigh Dickinson Knights talent Stephan Jiggetts (6'1''-G-95) has committed to play for the South Florida Bulls, the player told FanRag Sports on Sunday. A graduate transfer, per NCAA rules, he will be immediately eligible to play next season. The 6-1 guard was considering George Washington, Massachusetts, and Fordham before deciding to play for South Florida. Jiggetts averaged 13.5 points and 4.2 assists as a junior for Fairleigh Dickinson during the 2016-17 college basketball season. He also shot 39 percent from the floor and 31 percent from beyond the arc. This will technically be his third program since going to college. Jiggetts transferred from Albany to Fairleigh Dickerson after the first semester and sat out the second semester in 2013-14. He never played a minute for the Great Danes. An All-NEC Third Team selection, Jiggetts started all 30 games for the Knights as a junior. His most notable performance of last season was when he tallied a triple-double in the team's win over Lipscomb in late November. He finished that outing with 16 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists. As for the South Florida Bulls, the team only managed to win a total of 7 games last season. The university fired Orlando Antigua at the end of the season.
Courtesy of: fanragsports.com   




Dachon Burke
Former Robert Morris guard Dachon Burke commits to Nebraska - 10 hours ago
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Tony Stockman Named Men's Basketball Head Coach at Columbia International University - 13 hours ago
Tony Stockman , who has regularly led his basketball teams to winning seasons and national championships, has been named head men's basketball coach for the Columbia International University Rams. James Whitaker, CIU's Athletic Director, announced the hiring on Thursday morning. 'Tony Stockman has been extremely successful in building a winning college basketball program over the past 6 years,' Whitaker said. 'Coach Stockman is a winner as evidenced by his 2 national championships, his ou...   [read more]

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Former Longhorn James Banks to play basketball at Georgia Tech - 1 day ago
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