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Joe Cremo, David Nichols to transfer from UAlbany

ALBANY — College basketball in the Capital Region has been changed significantly, as it was announced that UAlbany guards Joe Cremo and David Nichols will be transferring out of the basketball program, a story first reported by WNYT and multiple sources later confirmed. 

Cremo, a junior that attended Scotia-Glenville High School, averaged 17.8 points per game this season, leading the team to a 22-10 record and finished 10-6 in America East conference play. 

Nichols, who is also a junior, averaged 14.6 points per game this season. Both players played in every game for the Danes in the 2017-18 season. 

It has been reported that both players have interest from Power 5 programs, and are expected to land at one of them. 

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This news comes following reserves Xavier Cochran and Matt Conway announcing that they would both be leaving the program. 

UAlbany declined comment when reached out to.

This leaves UAlbany at a crossroads, as now all of their top four scorers from the 17-18 season will not be with the program heading into the 2018-19 season. Senior Greig Stire and graduate student Travis Charles will both not return next season.

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