Hauser brothers to transfer from Marquette

MU basketball players Sam Joey Hauser to transfer from program ‘Wish them the best of luck’	 	 	 			Sam and Joey Hauser

MU basketball players Sam Joey Hauser to transfer from program ‘Wish them the best of luck’ Sam and Joey Hauser

Graduate of University of Delaware.

Sam Hauser told ESPN that he and his brother are planning to go to the same school.

This comes as fairly shocking news, as Marquette is being listed as a top 10 team in most of the preseason top 25 polls.

Sam Hauser has one year of eligibility remaining, while Joey Hauser would have two.

On Monday, it was announced that two of Marquette's cornerstones for next season - Sam Hauser and Joey Hauser - will transfer out of the program. Over his three-year stint at Marquette, the elder Hauser sunk 246 3s and logged a 44.5% clip from downtown. "We have a tremendous group of returning players and are extremely excited about the upcoming season and future of our program". At 6-foot-8, Hauser is an excellent shooter (40.2 3P%, 57.6 eFG% this season) and fringy National Basketball Association prospect. He shot 40.2 percent from 3-point range, marking the third season in a row he's made at least 40 percent of his 3-pointers.

Sam Hauser, who just wrapped up his junior season with the program, set career bests in 2018-19 with averages of 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds per contest. He also shot 92.4% from the free-throw line.

Both players should receive significant interest on the transfer market.

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