Gerard Coleman transferring from Gonzaga for final year
Gerard Coleman is leaving Gonzaga.
After one season at Gonzaga, Gerard Coleman is on the move again.
The former Providence transfer is leaving Gonzaga for his final year of eligiblity, sources told CBSSports.com.
Coleman put up solid scoring numbers at Providence, but failed to consistently carve out a role with Gonzaga. He opened his Bulldogs career with 31 points in his first two games, but hit double-figures seven times the rest of the season. Coleman played more than nine minutes just twice in his final 11 games.
He ended up averaging 6.0 points in 11.4 minutes.
The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is expected to go back to New England for his last season.
The news was first reported by the Spokesman-Review.
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