LeDay Departs USF Men's Basketball Program

On Friday, South Florida men's basketball junior, Zach LeDay, announced his intentions on Twitter to depart the University of South Florida to continue his basketball and academic career elsewhere

TAMPA, FL.---The recruiting efforts have been remarkable in the limited time that Orlando Antigua's been the University of South Florida men's basketball head coach.

On Friday evening, an additional roster spot opened up when junior forward, Zach LeDay, announced his intentions to leave the Bulls' program after spending two seasons in Tampa Bay.

Since the departure of Stan Heath, who was fired in his seventh year at the helm after a disapointing 12-20 season, LeDay joins Josh Heath as the second player to leave the Bulls' program in the past month.

In his sophomore campaign, LeDay averaged 3.5 points and 2.4 rebounds in 15 minutes played per game, while shooting 41 percent from the field on the year.

The Lone Star State native recorded a season-high 12 points and six rebounds in a 71-54 loss at SMU on Jan. 15, but received limited time as a sophomore behind blossoming freshman big men, Josh Egbunu and Chris Perry.

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