SEMO Basketball team loses two players - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

SEMO Basketball team loses two players

 Southeast Missouri State head basketball coach Dickey Nutt has announced guard Jared White and Forward/Center Colin Ferguson have opted to leave the basketball program after one season.

Nutt offered the following written statement through the SEMO Athletics department. "I am disappointed to announced that Jared and Colin have decided to leave our program. We appreciate their time here and certainly wish them the best of luck.."

White averaged over 8-minutes per game and played in 25 contests scoring 2.3 points per game.

Ferguson played in 13 games scoring a total of 12 points.

Both White and Ferguson were DeSoto High School teammates before coming to SEMO a year ago.

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