Chris McNeal
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Transfers to Cincinnati
GCincinnati
June 4, 2019
McNeal committed to join Cincinnati last week as a graduate transfer for the upcoming campaign, Chad Brendel of 247Sports.com reports.
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New coach John Brannen had wasted little time revamping the Cincinnati roster since taking over the program from the departed Mick Cronin in May. McNeal is one of four tranfers to sign with the Bearcats during the offseason, joining Chris Vogt (Northern Kentucky), Jay Sorolla (Valparaiso) and Jaevin Cumberland (Oakland). Incredibly, Cincinnati will represent McNeal's fifth stop of his college career after stints at Western Kentucky, Indian Hills Community College, New Mexico and Tennessee Tech. McNeal sat out his lone season at Tennessee Tech due to NCAA transfer rules, but since he left the program with his undergraduate degree, he'll be eligible immediately for the Bearcats. During his last season at the Division I level in 2017-18 with New Mexico, McNeal started in 19 of 34 games and averaged 9.5 points, 2.7 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 1.6 triples in 24.5 minutes. Expect him to contend for the starting job at point guard after the Bearcats lost Justin Jenifer and Cane Broome to graduation and Logan Johnson to the transfer portal.
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Heads to Tennessee Tech
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Not Injury Related
November 9, 2018
McNeal signed with Tennessee Tech in June after transferring over from New Mexico, the Cookeville Herald-Citizen reports. He'll sit out the 2018-19 campaign in accordance with NCAA transfer rues and have one season of eligibility remaining for 2019-20.
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June 8, 2016
McNeal will transfer from Western Kentucky, Joshua Parrott of Basketball Times reports.
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