Gophers get guard Brock Stull, grad transfer from Milwaukee
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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesota has picked up another scholarship player for the upcoming season, getting shooting guard Brock Stull, a graduate transfer from Milwaukee.
Gophers coach Richard Pitino on Sunday announced the addition of Stull, who was the second-leading scorer for the Panthers last season, averaging 13.4 points per game. Stull has earned his degree from Milwaukee and will have one year of eligibility remaining for Minnesota. As a sophomore, Stull was picked as the MVP of the Panthers with a team-high 13.5 points per game.
Stull will be one of five newcomers on the 2018-19 team, along with incoming freshmen Gabe Kalscheur, Jarvis Omersa and Daniel Oturu and senior Matz Stockman, who sat out last season as a transfer from Louisville.
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Updated May 20, 2018