MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – On Monday morning, it was first reported by Verbal Commits that West Virginia forward Seny Ndiaye entered the transfer portal and would be leaving the WVU basketball program. WVU head coach Bob Huggins confirmed the report on Monday afternoon.
“Our guys come here, they’re going to go to school and they’re going to come to practice,” Huggins said. “Do the right thing.”
Ndiaye played 20 games in two seasons at West Virginia, tallying just 60 minus of play. The 6-foot-10 forward recorded two points, 15 rebounds and five blocks during his time playing for the Mountaineers. Ndiaye becomes the second player to transfer from the program this season, as Taj Thweatt transferred to Coastal Carolina, back in early January.