Quinnipiac junior guard Luis Kortright enters transfer portal


Peyton Mckenzie

Luis Kortright becomes the third member of the Quinnipiac men’s basketball team to enter the transfer portal.

Ethan Hurwitz, Sports Editor

A hectic offseason for the Quinnipiac men’s basketball team continues.

According to VerbalCommits, junior guard Luis Kortright officially entered the transfer portal Tuesday after three seasons with the Bobcats. 

A Manhattan, New York, native, Kortright had his best season in Hamden this past year, averaging 10.3 points per game in 31 total games. He was tied for third in the MAAC in assists per game (3.9) and was tied for second with a 1.8 assist to turnover ratio.

Kortright broke onto the scene early in the season and had a career-best game against the Lafayette Leopards on Dec. 10, scoring 14 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and nine assists. He fell one assist short of the Bobcats’ first triple-double since James Feldeine in 2010.

Throughout his career, Kortright played in 71 total games, scoring 582 points and 120 assists as the team’s backup shooting guard.

The Bobcats will look a lot different next season, as Kortright joins junior forward Tymu Chenery and junior guard Dezi Jones in leaving the program. This move will open up yet another roster spot for Quinnipiac, which now has four open scholarships to offer.