(Sheridan) – Sheridan College sophomore guard Frederic Dure has committed to continue his career next year for the Arkansas State Red Wolves. The 6’5, 170 pound guard from Montreal, Canada averaged 10.6 points and 3.6 rebounds last year for the Generals while knocking down 30 field goals from behind the arc. Arkansas State finished last season with a 19-12 record, going 12-8 in Sun Belt action. The Red Wolves won the West Division of the Sun-Belt before falling in the semi-finals of the Sun Belt Tournament to the eventual champions, Western Kentucky.
“We’re really happy for Fred and his decision to attend Arkansas State next year. He’s been a standout both in the classroom and on the court during his stay here at Sheridan, and we’re thrilled that he’s made this decision to continue his career at a great school at the D1 level. We’re excited to see how Fred finishes his sophomore year here at Sheridan, and fully confident that he will be a great player at Arkansas State.”
Dure joins Kaileb Rodriguez as Generals who have made their decisions here in the early period. Rodriguez has recently committed to play at University of Nevada-Reno.