Clemmye Owens decided a losing team in Chicago was better than a losing one in Florida. Owens, Bethune-Cookman’s leading scorer this season, has decided to transfer to Chicago State according to Prep Hoops Ohio.
Former Bethune Cookman SG Clemmye Owens has committed to Chicago State. Will enroll next week for second semester.
— Corey Albertson (@Corey_Albertson) January 10, 2015
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Owens and backup guard Tony Kynard reportedly decided to transfer earlier this week. Owens averaged 15.3 points per game for BCU, who got off to a 4-9 start with Owens on the court. Chicago State isn’t any better, coming into the weekend with a record of 4-13.
A move to Chicago State would put the Toledo, OH native closer to home. Owens was a MEAC All-Rookie selection in 2014.
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