Former Indiana Hoosiers Guard Maurice Creek Has Decided to Transfer to George Washington
Back in April, word emerged that Indiana Hoosiers guard Maurice Creek would transfer elsewhere for his final season of eligibility. Well, a decision has reportedly been made and Creek is off the board and heading to George Washington.
According to a report from CSN Washington, Creek has made his decision to join the Colonials’ program and head coach Mike Lonergan for one final season. Creek will be eligible to play immediately next season as a graduate student, so this is certainly a nice addition for Lonergan and George Washington.
Creek burst onto the scene in Bloomington as a freshman, averaging 16.4 points per game. However, injuries have simply devastated an up and coming basketball career since, and even when healthy, Creek eventually struggled in an Indiana lineup that found itself becoming more and more talented over the past few years.
Creek’s decision to transfer didn’t come as all that bit of a shock and considering his switch to George Washington, it will be interesting to see just what type of numbers he can put up in his final season at the collegiate level. Creek should very well have the opportunity, as an experienced player to start in the Colonials’ back court.
His decision to head to George Washington however, shouldn’t come as all that much of a shock. Creek is an original native of Oxon Hills, Maryland, so he will be returning closer to home with this decision.
Follow Paul Seaver on Twitter: @PaulSeaverRS
Bill Battle Is Running Bama B-Ball Into The Ground
Alabama fans have been blaming coach Anthony Grant over the past three years for the poor team on the court. Now the focus is shifting towards the administration and its poor handling of the program. Read More
Virginia vs. Syracuse: Game Preview and Prediction
Syracuse gets a shot at taking down the No. 2 team in the country as the Virginia Cavaliers travel to the Carrier Dome. Read More
Wichita State is Still the Best Team in the Valley
Wichita State is still the best team in the MVC. The Shockers could be poised for a deep under-the-radar run in March. Read More