Lee to transfer for final year of eligibility

Redshirt-junior forward Anthony Lee has decided to transfer from Temple.

The news was first reported by Keith Pompey of The Inquirer. Lee reportedly told coach Fran Dunphy of his decision yesterday. Lee has acknowledged his decision to depart on Twitter.

Lee is due to graduate in May with a degree in communications. He can transfer to any university and be eligible to play immediately since he will have already earned his undergraduate degree. He cannot enroll in a graduate program that is also offered at Temple.

He averaged 13.6 points on 49.5 percent shooting and 8.6 rebounds per game in 2013-14. He led the American Athletic Conference in rebounds per game and was tenth in the conference in field goal percentage.

Owls get another transfer

Philadelphia native and Friends’ Central graduate Devin Coleman has transferred to Temple from Clemson, the athletic department announced Thursday.

The news was first reported by CityOfBasketballLove.com. Coleman averaged 5.4 points per game in 10 games this season for the Tigers. He started one of those games, a 65-49 win against South Carolina State where he scored 16 points, a career high.

Coleman was a four-time All-Friends League selection at Friends’ Central, where he led them to three straight state championships. He joins Jaylen Bond and Jesse Morgan as players Temple ha sunder scholarship who are sitting out this season after transferring.