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Former CU player Tre'Shaun Fletcher reportedly will complete his college basketball career at Toledo.
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Former CU player Tre’Shaun Fletcher reportedly will complete his college basketball career at Toledo.

It appears Tre’Shaun Fletcher is Toledo-bound.

In a tweet posted Monday night, reported that Fletcher, who recently finished his junior season with the Colorado men’s basketball team, will complete his career at the University of Toledo.

Fletcher announced his plans to transfer out of CU’s program following the 2015-16 season. He will have to sit out the 2016-17 per NCAA transfer rules, and he has one season of eligibility remaining.

Fletcher averaged a career-best 7.1 points this past season and averaged 5.5 in 88 games in three seasons with the Buffaloes. He shot .397 from the floor this past year, including a solid .347 mark (35-for-101) from 3-point range. Fletcher connected at an impressive .458 rate from long-range as a sophomore, though in significantly fewer attempts (22-for-48).

Fletcher spent most of the season as part of a three-player rotation for two starting spots alongside George King and Josh Fortune, though down the stretch Fletcher’s minutes dwindled. He logged at least 20 minutes in 14 of the season’s first 24 games, but hit that total just once in the final 10 games.

That trend likely would have continued next season with the addition of transfer Derrick White and the injury return of Xavier Johnson.

Toledo, a member of the Mid-American Conference, went 17-15 this past year but stumbled down the stretch, losing six of its final seven games.

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