DeAndre Kane (50) has opted to pursue other opportunities rather than come back to Marshall for his final season.
Colleen O'Shea
DeAndre Kane (50) has opted to pursue other opportunities rather than come back to Marshall for his final season.

Marshall basketball coach Tom Herrion announced Tuesday that guard DeAndre Kane, the team’s second-leading scorer last season, won’t be returning for his final year of eligibility with The Herd.

“After meeting with DeAndre, I have decided it is in our program’s and his best interest that he seek opportunities elsewhere,” said Herrion. “We appreciate his contributions to our team and wish him the best in his future.”

Kane averaged 15.1 points per game for The Herd last season and led the conference with 7.1 assists per game. He also ranked eighth nationally in assists.

The 6-foot-4, 195-pound guard from Pittsburgh could continue is college career elsewhere next year. He is on pace to graduate from Marshall in May and could enroll in graduate school next year and be eligible to play immediately.

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  • Herd98

    He is going to New Mexico State. Wasnt practicing and Herrion and he got into it, and Herrion told him to leave. I know most feel he is more of a problem but trust me Herrion just screwed any chance we have of succeding next season.

  • Bub

    Hey you recruit those types of players and this is what happens... ATTITUDE!!!