Youngstown State College standout level guard Darius Quisenberry leaving the Penguins’ program


Darius Quisenberry started 78 games for the penguins in the last three seasons

by: Ryan Allison

Posted: Mar 11, 2021 / 4:19 PM EST
Updated: March 11, 2021 / 4:26 PM EST

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown State University junior Darius Quisenberry is leaving the men’s basketball program and entering the NCAA transfer portal.

The Penguins Point Guard made the announcement on Thursday on social media:

Quisenberry became the first player in school history to receive all league awards in his first two seasons. He started 78 games for the penguins and averaged over 15 points per competition in his first three seasons at YSU.

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Quisenberry said in the post: “With my graduation in 3 years, this is a great opportunity for me to broaden my horizons and add my name to the transfer portal as a graduate transfer.”

In April last year, Quisenberry signed up for the 2020 NBA draft but withdrew his name before the deadline by which he was returning to YSU for his junior season.