Sincere Carry’s departure from the Duquesne basketball program is now permanent. After missing Duquesne’s game on Saturday, Carry has informed Duquesne that he will be transferring from the program, Pittsburgh Sports Now has learned.
Despite being Duquesne’s starting point guard since his freshman season, a team source told PSN that Carry has been unhappy being at Duquesne for some time and speculated that it could have been impacting his play this season. Carry averaged 12.1 and 12.2 points per game in his first two seasons at Duquesne, but had averaged 9 points per game in five contests this season. Guard Lamar Norman, who was a close friend fo Carry’s, also recently decided to transfer from Duquesne.
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Guard Maceo Austin has also taken a personal leave from the team, leaving Duquesne short three starting guards for the rest of the season.
At least for the immediate future, Duquesne will continue to use senior Tavian Dunn-Martin as their starting point guard to replace Carry. Dunn-Martin, who had been playing shooting guard since Carry’s arrival, had 11 points to lead Duquesne past Fordham on Saturday.