Good news ahead of MAC play for the Bulls.
Jonah Bronstein is reporting that Tra’von Fagan may be coming back from a knee injury for MAC play, and that would be huge for this team that has struggled with frontcourt depth with Brock Bertram also injured.
UB Jr. F Tra'Von Fagan has been cleared to practice following offseason knee surgery. Bulls optimistic he can return to bolster frontline by start of MAC play in January.— Jonah Bronstein (@lebronstein) December 12, 2019
Fagan was one of Nate Oats’ JUCO recruits that stayed with the program when Whitesell took over.
Last year he saw action in 22 games, averaging 1.3 points and 1.2 rebounds per game. He racked up eight points while shooting 3-of-3 with five rebounds in a home win against Dartmouth (11/21, and shot 3-of-3 for six points on the road at Eastern Michigan (1/4)…saw action in the NCAA Tournament first round against Arizona State (3/22) and NCAA Tournament second round against Texas Tech (3/24).
Before joining the Bulls, Fagan played his freshman season at Florida Southwestern State College where he averaged 9.5 points and 7.7 rebounds per game.