On Wednesday morning, Pitt’s Ithiel Horton entered the transfer portal after playing two seasons with the program.
Horton played limited minutes this season after being suspended due to off-the-court legal troubles. After being reinstated by the team, he started eight games and appeared in 13, scoring ten or more points in just six of those matchups. Horton’s best performance of the season came against Florida State, as he hit eight of his 16 shots, including seven three-point attempts, to lead Pitt with 25 points.
After spending his first year at Delaware, Horton spent his second, third, and fourth college seasons at Pitt, playing in the latter two after sitting out due to transfer rules.
He now moves on with 759 total points scored in his college career, as well as a lifetime 39% mark from three-point range. He will have one year of eligibility remaining.
Pitt now has six open scholarships to fill for next season, and will have an extra emphasis on finding shooters now that Horton is gone.