(Boston, MA) – Multiple team sources have confirmed that sophomore guard Mike Terry Jr. has left the Boston University Terriers and will look to transfer at the end of the school year.
Terry, a sophomore guard from Philadelphia, played in 28 games during the past season, averaging 1.6 points in nine minutes per game.
Generously listed at six-feet, Terry played in 57 games during his two-year career on Comm. Ave., was a defensive-minded guard who was viewed by coaches and teammates a terrific practice player and top-flight teammate who brought tremendous energy every day.
Terry was not forced out the door, and, according to multiple sources, would have been welcomed back with open-arms by the current coaching staff.
However, the writing was on the wall that Terry’s role moving forward would have been of little more than a practice player, and the word is that he is looking to transfer where he will see an increased role on the court (likely to a D2 or D3).
Terry is the second member of former Terriers head coach Pat Chambers’ first full-recruiting class to leave BU, joining center Mat Piotrowski on the transfer list.
The Terriers now have two open scholarships to fill, and are reportedly looking to land at least one impact transfer.