Coppin State is the latest victim in the MEAC transfer saga. Guard Christian Kessee is transfering from the Baltimore school, per his Twitter account.
Wanna thank @CSUCoachGrant @CoachMcRoy Coach Morton & all of the athletic department for the opportunity I was given. Looking for a new home
— Christian Kessee (@christianbyronn) March 28, 2016
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Kessee led Coppin State with 14.3 points per game this season.
Coppin State is the second MEAC school to lose its leading scorer as guard Malcolm Bernard announced he would transfer earlier this month.