Oregon State junior guard Sean Miller-Moore was in the transfer portal for just one week, as he announced on Tuesday via Twitter that he would be continuing his college basketball career at Grand Canyon University.
BREAKING: Sean Miller-Moore @RugzyMontvna will be joining GCU for his final NCAA season. @BryceDrewCoach https://t.co/g3KBG6xhKv pic.twitter.com/Z9aQZFmEir— elias_nph (@Elias_NPH) May 12, 2020
Miller-Moore is the third Beavers player to depart campus this off-season, following Payton Dastrup, who landed at NAIA Benedictine University and Antoine Vernon, who picked St. Francis Xavier University in Canada yesterday. The 6’ 5” guard played just one season at Oregon State after transferring in from Moberly Area Community College in Missouri, where he was junior college teammates with Arizona State’s Alonzo Verge Jr.
A native of Toronto, Canada, Miller-Moore will join a new look Antelopes program, that will be under the guidance of first-year head coach Bryce Drew this winter. He will have one season of collegiate eligibility remaining.