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Report: RaeQuan Battle to Remain at West Virginia



WVU G RaeQuan Battle

West Virginia guard RaeQuan Battle tells CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein that he will remain at WVU. Battle has one year of eligibility left.

Battle (6-foot-5) started in all 35 games this past season, averaging 17.7 points on 47 percent shooting from the field, 35 percent from three and 83 percent from the free throw line. The Tulip, Wa. native scored 27 points against Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Battle was named to the All-Big Sky First Team during his senior year. Battle began his collegiate career at Washington.

WVU G Kerr Kriisa exited the transfer portal on Sunday, re-joining interim head coach Josh Eilert. Battle and Kriisa will team together in the backcourt.

West Virginia lost forwards Mohamed Wague and James Okonkwo to the transfer portal on Monday.

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