On Tuesday, former Pitt forward Noah Collier announced that he is transferring to William and Mary after spending two seasons with the Pitt program.
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This year, Collier played in 32 games, shooting 54% from the field and averaging 1.5 points and 1.8 rebounds per game. As a freshman, Collier appeared in 12 games. He entered the portal this offseason after playing a limited role behind Pitt star John Hugley, and never quite forming a role in the rotation.
The Mullica Hill, New Jersey product will now take his talents to the Tribe, and play for head coach Dave Fischer. Collier will have three seasons of eligibility remaining with William and Mary.
His departure was one of a number for the Panthers this offseason, including fellow depth forwards Max Amadasun and Dan Oladapo, leaving the Panthers extremely thin at the position behind starter John Hugley, who is expected to return.
Pitt has not added any forwards since the end of the 2021-22 season, with the lone acquisition coming in the form of point guard Nelly Cummings. Pitt has seven vacant scholarships for Jeff Capel and company to work with.