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Gerard Coleman will play his senior year at Georgetown College

The winger never found his spot in Mark Few's rotation and is heading to a NAIA school in Kentucky.

James Snook-USA TODAY Sports

Gerard Coleman announced his intention to transfer back in May, and the destination is finally known as he will play out his final year of eligibility at Georgetown College in Kentucky, Jim Meehan with the Spokesman Review reported on Friday.

Coleman, as many of us watched over the past year, went from being a key player at Providence to an after thought in Mark Few's lineup as the season progressed. He notched double-digit point totals in five of Gonzaga's first nine games, but saw his playing time dwindle as the season progressed. By the end of the season, it was rare for Coleman to see the court more than 10 minutes per game.

Georgetown College is a solid program where the Tigers have won the NAIA Championship multiple times, most recently in 2013.

Coleman was a polarizing figure on team last season, with many people wanting to see more of his athleticism on the court and just as many people upset with his sloppy play. Either way, we wish him all the best and a productive end to his collegiate career.