Tevin Glass and Ria’n Holland will leave Wichita State’s basketball program after joining Corey Henderson Jr. in filling out transfer paperwork, WSU confirmed on Tuesday.
Glass, a junior forward, averaged 2.1 points and 5.6 minutes in his lone season at WSU. He transferred to WSU from Northwest Florida State College. Holland, a redshirt freshman guard, averaged 1.9 points and 8.5 minutes. He is from Hope Mills, N.C.
“He wasn’t playing,” said Charles Glass, Tevin’s father. “It was a good situation, but it was time to move on. You don’t want to be in that situation two years in a row.”
Charles Glass said his son was considering a handful of schools.
“We want to see what’s out there,” he said.
Their departures leaves WSU one under the NCAA scholarship limit of 13.