Former Penn State basketball guard Nazeer Bostick commits to Saint Peter’s


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Former Penn State guard Nazeer Bostick has found a new home.

Just over a month after announcing he will transfer from the Nittany Lions, Bostick announced his commitment to Saint Peter’s in New Jersey.

He made the announcement via Twitter on Wednesday.

“Today I close the door to the past, open the door to the future, took a deep breath step through and started a new chapter in my life,” Bostick said in the message.

The Philadelphia native averaged 4.7 points and 2.3 rebounds in 17.2 minutes per game as a sophomore in the 2017-18 season and played sparingly in 19 games as a freshman. In the Penn State press release announcing his transfer, playing time was cited as one of the reasons for his decision.

Bostick was also suspended for the team’s NIT title run after he was charged with possession of marijuana.

Last year, the Peacocks, who play in the MAAC, went 14-18 overall. The last time they went to the NCAA Tournament was 2011 and they won the CIT in 2017.

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