Ashton Hardaway is transferring to St. Mary’s after playing for his famous father in Memphis last season.

The Gaels announced Tuesday that Hardaway will join the program for next season.

Hardaway played in 30 games as a freshman at Memphis for his father, Penny Hardaway, averaging 8.2 minutes per game. The younger Hardaway started three games and averaged 2.3 points per game on 34.3% shooting.

The Gaels are trying to reload their roster after losing star guard Aidan Mahaney and forward Joshua Jefferson to transfers and key contributors Alex Dukas and Mason Forbes to graduation. Arizona transfer forward Paulius Murauskas added ahead of St. Mary’s.

The Gaels went 26-8 last season, winning the West Coast Conference regular-season title and the conference tournament, before losing to Grand Canyon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.


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