On Thursday morning, another Pittsburgh-area player entered the crowded transfer portal, this time being Robert Morris guard Dante Treacy.
The 6-foot, 170-pound guard averaged 6.6 points, 4.8 assists, and 2.8 rebounds per game in his junior season for the Colonials.
A source close to the Robert Morris program tells PSN that he’s “not 100% sure why he left but decided he needed a change.”
Treacy’s best game of the season came against Oakland, when he dropped a season-high 16 points. Although his point averages increased greatly from his freshman to his sophomore year, Treacy’s shooting percentage and point averages decreased this season.
In his sophomore season, he led the Colonials in assists as well as steals, and also earned MVP honors of the Northeast Conference Tournament. Treacy now closes out his RMU career with 488 points and 288 assists in 83 games played and 51 games started.
Dante Treacy is COOKIN right now!! Robert Morris extending their big lead. pic.twitter.com/1THxlkAGQg
— Aram Cannuscio (@AC__Hoops) March 11, 2020
After originally committing to Army in high school, Treacy committed to Robert Morris back in August of 2018, joining a class of Sayveon McEwen, Cameron Wilbon, Philmon Gebrehit, and Yannis Mandy. With Wilbon and Treacy entering the portal in recent weeks, all four of those players are no longer suiting up for the Colonials in what would be their senior season.