Crandall shot 41.7% from three and averaged 16.6 points per game for the Fighting Hawks last season.

By Associated Press
July 05, 2018

SPOKANE, Wash. — North Dakota's Geno Crandall is moving to Gonzaga as a graduate transfer and will be eligible to play this season.

Crandall, a 6-foot-4, 180-pound guard, is expected to bolster a backcourt lacking depth.

Crandall averaged 14.3 points and four assists for North Dakota in his career, shooting 48% from the floor.

Last December, he scored 28 points as North Dakota pushed Gonzaga to overtime in an eventual loss.

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Gonzaga point guard Josh Perkins is recovering from a shoulder injury but should be ready for the season. Gonzaga's backup point guard options were incoming freshman Greg Foster Jr. and redshirt freshman Joel Ayayi.

Crandall joins a Bulldogs team coming off of a Sweet 16 finish and a 32–5 record.

 

 

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