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Graduate transfer Fore to play for Tennessee next season

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Khwan Fore has announced his next collegiate destination on Monday. The 6-foot graduate transfer has announced he is leaving the Richmond Spiders to join the Tennessee Volunteers men’s basketball program.

Before making his decision, he spent four seasons with the Spiders. During his freshman season, he suffered a foot injury that gave him a medical redshirt season.

Khwan Fore (Photo by the Richmond Spiders)

Khwan Fore (Photo by the Richmond Spiders)

This past season, he averaged 11 points per game, as a starter. His 11 points per contest were the fifth-most on the team.

He also averaged 3.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game. He was fourth on the team with the 3.2 rebounds per game, and third on the team with 2.7 assists per contest.

In March, he scored a career-high 25 points against St. Bonaventure, along with six rebounds.

During the 2016-17 season, he was one of two Spiders, who started all 35 games, along with T.J. Cline. He averaged 33.8 points per game, as a redshirt sophomore.

He was third on the team with 11.2 points per game. He also averaged 4.2 rebounds and 2.5 assists per contest.

The Alabama native played in 32 games, including three starts, during the 2015-16 season. He averaged 6.5 points, along with 3.1 rebounds per game.

“I feel like it’s a very common practice in college basketball, with the rule,” Richmond coach Chris Mooney told the Richmond Times-Dispatch when Fore announced his intention to graduate transfer. “I only say I’m surprised because of how much I’ve enjoyed having Khwan and how I feel about him personally.”

The Volunteers made it to the NCAA Tournament, led by head coach Rick Barnes. They defeated the No. 14 seed Wright State Raiders 73-47 in the first-round in the Round of 64.

However, in the Round of 32, the Volunteers lost 63-62 to the No. 11 seed Loyola-Chicago Ramblers.




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