Angelo Chol, who announced last week that he was transferring from Arizona, committed Wednesday to play for San Diego State, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Chol starred at San Diego's Hoover High before signing with Arizona in 2011, making his signing somewhat of a homecoming for the Sudanese national. The 6-foot-9 forward will have two years of eligibility to use...
Arizona forward Angelo Chol is transferring after seeing his minutes decline last season as a sophomore.
Chol has yet to decide which school to transfer to, according to the school.
A 6-foot-9 power forward, Chol was part of coach Sean Miller's stellar 2011 recruiting class and was a regular in the rotation as a freshman.
But Miller signed another top recruiting class before...
TUCSON, Ariz. Arizona has lost its second frontcourt player in two weeks with the decision of sophomore foward Angelo Chol to transfer.
Chol, a 6-foot-9, 225-pound sophomore forward from San Diego, has not decided on where he will transfer. His decision comes two weeks after freshman Grant Jerrett declared himself eligible for the NBA Draft.
Chol, whose shot-blocking and hustle...
Angelo Chol has decided to transfer from Arizona. Read on for the latest regarding the situation.
Sean Miller met with the media after the Stanford game to discuss the win, possible changes to Arizona's starting lineups, Angelo Chol, and much more.
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona coach Sean Miller has his team 17-2 and in the hunt for a Pac-12 title at 5-2. With six weeks left in the conference season, little about how the season will play out for the Wildcats is certain.
What is certain, however, is that their rotation is set at eight strong and there are plenty of questions being asked about the that rotation and Miller's deployment...
FOX Sports NEXT caught up with sophomore forward Angelo Chol at Arizona Men's Basketball Media Day. Check out the one-on-one interview inside...
Angelo Chol is being pushed by three new freshmen. Read on for his thoughts on that situation, his role on Arizona, and much more.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JOHN MARSHALL AP Basketball Writer Angelo Chol can't remember much about his mother, only that she was too sick to play with him and pestering her got him into trouble with his father.
War-torn and racially divided isn't the Sudan he knew, his father's torture something he heard about later.
The long journey across the Red Sea to Egypt, as...
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March 14, 2012
Arizona freshman center Angelo Chol was sculpted in the basketball courts, and parking lots, of San Diego.