NEWARK, Del. -- University of Delaware men's basketball head coach Martin Ingelsby has announced that George Washington transfer Collin Goss has joined the Blue Hen program and will have two seasons of eligibility with UD beginning in the 2018-19 season.

Goss, a 6'11 forward from Manassas, Va., appeared in 13 games as a sophomore this season for the Colonials, who finished with a 20-15 record and competed in the College Basketball Invitational. He finished the year with 20 points and 14 rebounds, while averaging 6.2 minutes per contest. Goss scored a career-high five points in a win over Harvard on Nov. 29, and added four points in a season-opening victory over Siena. He played a career-high 19 minutes against Florida State, and blocked a career-best two shots vs. Howard.

Goss saw action in 18 games during his freshman year, totaling nine rebounds and a point for a George Washington team that went 28-10 and captured the Postseason NIT title.

Goss attended St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Va., earning Second Team All-Interstate Athletic Conference honors as a senior after averaging 13.1 points and posting three double-doubles.

“We are very excited to welcome Collin to the Delaware basketball family,” Ingelsby said. “Collin's size, skill set and overall basketball IQ make him a natural fit for our system and style of play. More importantly, we are adding an individual with high character, a strong work ethic and someone who will represent our basketball program in a first class manner on and off the court.”

Goss will be the second George Washington transfer in the current Blue Hen program, along with rising junior guard Darian Bryant, who appeared in all but one game for UD while making 18 starts this season and ranked fourth on the squad with a 7.6 scoring average.

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