Indiana men’s basketball sophomore center Logan Duncomb entered the transfer portal Thursday, becoming the first Hoosier to transfer from the program after the season ended Sunday.
Duncomb has played sparingly in two seasons with Indiana, appearing in just 18 games. Duncomb missed extended time this year with a major sinus infection and received surgery in February to fix the issue, leaving him out for the rest of the season.
Duncomb set career highs in points, rebounds and minutes against Elon University on Dec. 20, appearing for 17 minutes and recording 10 points and five rebounds.
Duncomb was the only player listed on Indiana’s roster as a center. With their seniors graduating, the Hoosiers now have three scholarship forwards left on the roster: junior Jordan Geronimo, sophomore Malik Reneau and freshman Kaleb Banks.
Senior forward Nathan Childress, who was a walk-on at Indiana for four years, also entered the portal with one year of eligibility remaining. He played in 17 games at Indiana.