Seth Lundy Will Return To Penn State Hoops
Update Friday, April 16: It’s official, folks. Seth Lundy will remain at Penn State and play for newly hired head coach Micah Shrewsberry.
Lundy, who just finished his second year in Happy Valley, confirmed Thursday’s report via Instagram Friday.
Lundy now joins Izaiah Brockington in withdrawing his name from the portal. John Harrar is now the last Nittany Lion to remain undecided, as Myreon Jones (Florida), Trent Buttrick (UMass), and Jamari Wheeler (Ohio State) have all moved on from Penn State.
Original Story: Penn State men’s basketball forward Seth Lundy has reportedly withdrawn his name from the transfer portal and will return to Happy Valley for the 2021-22 season, according to Lions247.
Lundy was one of several Nittany Lions to reportedly enter the portal shortly after Micah Shrewsberry was hired as head coach. The forward joined the likes of Jamari Wheeler and Izaiah Brockington in college athletics’ version of free agency.
Brockington has since announced his decision to return to Penn State, but Wheeler (Ohio State), Trent Buttrick (UMass), and Myreon Jones (Florida), have all found new destinations. John Harrar remains in the transfer portal.
Lundy has been an important factor for the Nittany Lions since he arrived on campus. As a freshman during the 2019-20 season, the Philadelphia native averaged 5.3 points per game and 2.7 boards. He continued to develop as a scorer this past season under Jim Ferry, averaging 10.1 points and 4.2 rebounds.
After coming to Happy Valley as a highly touted recruit, Lundy has already started in 30 games over the course of his young Nittany Lion career.
Lundy has yet to confirm his decision to withdraw his name from the portal, but we’ll update this post with more information as it becomes available.
Your ad blocker is on.
Please choose an option below.
Purchase a Subscription!
About the Author
We dance in 279!
We dance in 279!
Provost Nick Jones said Penn State doesn’t plan on mandating vaccines ahead of the fall semester.
Students can begin selecting alternative grades starting Wednesday, May 12.
Send this to a friend