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Dustin Triano leaving Gonzaga’s program as a graduate transfer

Gonzaga guard Dustin Triano dives for a loose ball against San Francisco in January. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
Gonzaga guard Dustin Triano dives for a loose ball against San Francisco in January. (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

Gonzaga walk-on guard Dustin Triano has told the coaching staff he plans to leave the program as a graduate transfer.

Triano hasn’t decided on his next stop but intends to continue his basketball career. He would be eligible immediately for his senior season.

Triano played 163 minutes, including a career-high 77 last season, in 54 game appearances in three seasons with the Zags. He connected on 14 of 28 career 3-pointers.


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