JoJo McGlaston No Longer In BU Basketball Program

Bradley University Athletics

Bradley University men’s basketball coach Brian Wardle has announced senior JoJo McGlaston is longer part of the Braves program.

Wardle, in a statement released Thursday, said the action was taken “due to consistent violations of team standards.”

“We thank JoJo for his time with our team and wish him nothing but the best in the future, especially as he pursues his college degree at Bradley,” Wardle said.

McGlaston began his collegiate career at Utah State and appeared in 42 games at Bradley. McGlaston averaged 7.8 points and 3.8 rebounds per game during his two years at Bradley.

McGlaston scored a season high 15 points in Bradley’s 71-69 win over Texas-San Antonio Dec. 18 in the Island of the Bahamas Showcase. His career high was 24 points at Braves’ MVC-rival Evansville Jan. 4.




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