On Friday, former Duquesne point guard Tavian Dunn-Martin announced that he would be transferring to Florida Gulf-Coast to play under head coach Michael Fly.
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Dunn-Martin chose the Eagles over Georgia Southern and Indiana State after around two weeks in the transfer portal.
The 5-foot-8 guard spent three seasons playing for Duquesne after starting his college career at Akron. Overall, he played 80 games for the Dukes, scoring 738 points and totaling 219 assists. The Huntington, West Virginia native finished with a 35% field goal percentage, as well as a 34% mark from 3-point range. This season, he averaged 10.2 points and 3.6 assists per game while handling the ball well for Keith Dambrot’s squad.
Florida Gulf-Coast went 10-8 this season, including 4-5 in the ASUN conference. Other than ASUN competition, it usually takes on some of the bigger programs in the state of Florida, including Miami and South Florida.