Dedoch Chan to leave Nebraska

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LINCOLN, Neb. — University of Nebraska Coach Tim Miles announced Tuesday afternoon that sophomore forward Dedoch Chan has decided to transfer and continue his college career at another institution following the fall semester.

Chan, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound forward from Rochester, Minn., joined the program in late August after spending his freshman year at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He did not play in the Huskers’ closed scrimmage at Iowa State on Oct. 21.

Despite Chan’s departure, the Huskers returned three of its top four frontcourt players in Isaac Copeland Jr., who earned All-Big Ten honors in 2017-18, junior Isaiah Roby and senior Tanner Borchardt. NU also added freshman Brady Heiman in the offseason.

The Huskers take the court for the first time this season on Thursday night, as they play host to Wayne State.

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