College of Charleston sophomore guard Trevonté Dixon has decided to leave the program and transfer, the school announced Monday afternoon.
Dixon, a 6-4, sophomore, played in 20 games this past season averaging 2.4 minutes per game off the bench for the Cougars.
“Trevonté decided he would like to pursue more playing time at another school,” College of Charleston head Coach Doug Wojcik said. “We will help him in any way that we can and wish him the very best.”
Dixon becomes the second Cougar player to transfer in the past month. Forward Trent Wiedeman, a preseason All-Southern Conference selection, left the program two week ago.
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