According to CBS Sports' Jeff Goodman, Pirates guard Sean Grennan will transfer out.
Grennan's name can be found on his extensive list of transfers, which can be found here.
Grennan saw action in 18 games this season, averaging just under 4 minutes per game with 0.6 PTS and 0.5 AST. By far his best game of the season came at Longwood, where he scored 5 PTS on 2-2 shooting with one made three. In fact, the guard from Sea Girt, coming in with a reputation as a shooter, did not miss a single shot this season in 4 attempts, 2 from three-point distance.
We wish Sean all the best in his future endeavors on and off the court.
WHAT THIS MEANS: Pirate fans concerned about scholarship limits now have their answer to their worries about exceeding the Men's Basketball limit of 13. With this transfer, Seton Hall now has one more scholly to give out with Sterling Gibbs transferring in. They could opt to use it this year, or they could wait until next year, when Aquille Carr is expected to come in. Of course, as always, keep an eye on SOJ for all your offseason news/notes.
Either way, this is a mutually beneficial transfer. Grennan is a good kid who worked hard in practice this past season, but was too far down on the depth chart to see any regular burn, and he barely saw any action in Big East play. Hopefully he finds a school where he can receive some more steady playing time.
Best of luck, Sean!
Editor's Note: At the time of JP's post, I'm told Grennan will likely look to land in the Colonial Athletic Association or the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.