MILWAUKEE (4-23-18) – UW-Milwaukee Head Basketball Coach Pat Baldwin announced today that Brock Stull, Jeremiah Bell and Bryce Nze have each asked for and been granted their releases from the Milwaukee men’s basketball program.
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Stull, Nze, and Bell combined for over 55 percent of Milwaukee’s scoring, 47 percent of its rebounding, and more than two thirds of its made three-pointers from 2017-18.
Last season Stull started all 31 games for the Panthers, averaging 13.4 points and 4.8 rebounds a game.
Stull, a Boylan graduate and a NIC 10 Player of the Year, will be a Graduate transfer and can play immediately. No word is where he is headed at this time.
“Our staff wishes this group of players nothing but the best. We never like to see players leave, but each student-athlete has a unique set of circumstances and feels what is best for them is somewhere else. As they all wish to pursue options at the high-major level, we do want to thank them for their contributions to the Milwaukee basketball program.”
The Milwaukee Athletic Department plans to make no further comments regarding the situation for the sake of the privacy of all student-athletes involved.