BOZEMAN — Montana State sophomore forwards Zeke Quinlan and Quentin Guliford have entered the NCAA Transfer Portal, an MSU spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.
The news was first reported by Stadium’s Jeff Goodman.
Quinlan, a 6-foot-8 Portland, Oregon, native, averaged three points and three rebounds in 13.8 minutes per game this season. He started five contests in late December and early January but didn’t play in 10 of the Bobcats’ final 13 games.
Guliford, a 6-6 Peoria, Arizona, native, played in seven games, averaging one point and 0.7 rebounds. After playing a season-high 25 minutes on Jan. 18 against Eastern Washington, Guliford suffered a sciatic nerve injury that ended his season. He only played 15 minutes the entire season before Jan. 18.
Both players spent their freshman seasons under former MSU head coach Brian Fish and remained with the team through the first year under Danny Sprinkle.
With seniors Harald Frey and Ladan Ricketts set to graduate, MSU entered the offseason with its scholarships filled since guards Mike Hood and Tyler Patterson signed with the Bobcats during the November signing period. Now, MSU will likely have two more scholarship spots available.
Montana State men's basketball 2020-21 roster chart
|Guards||Tyler Patterson||Caleb Bellach||Mike Hood||Xavier Bishop|
|Nick Gazelas||Mychael Paulo|
|Jesse Owens (walk-on)||Amin Adamu|
|Gavin Gundlach (walk-on)|
|Centers||Finn Fleute||Jubrile Belo||Devin Kirby|
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