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Guard Cullen Neal granted release to transfer from Ole Miss

Hopefully, the third time is the charm for Cullen Neal. According to Scout’s Ben Garrett, the guard is transferring from Ole Miss after one season. The guard transferred to Ole Miss after playing three seasons at New Mexico under his father Craig Neal. In the offseason leading to arriving at Ole Miss, Neal was quoted by CBS Sports reporter Gary Parrish as saying “I view this as my...
Via SEC Country
April 21, 2017

Ole Miss lands transfer guard Cullen Neal

The Ole Miss Rebels just missed making the NCAA Tournament earlier this year and they seem poised to get back in 2017. They have just landed a great player in guard Cullen Neal that will help their chances of getting back to the Big Dance. Neal announced his intentions to transfer from New Mexico near the end of the 2015-16 season, but wanted to stay there until he obtained his degree...
Via Campus Sports Net
April 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Following death threats, coach's son transfers from New Mexico

Being a coach’s son opens up an athlete to all sorts of criticism, but what Cullen Neal endured as a starter on Craig Neal’s University of New Mexico men’s basketball team went well beyond that.That may be the reason Cullen Neal is transferring after three years with the program and two years as one of its best players. New Mexico announced Monday that Neal will leave the school...
Via FOX Sports
March 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Neal's 26 points lead New Mexico past Fresno State, 77-62

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) Cullen Neal scored 26 points and New Mexico held Fresno State to 1-for-18 shooting from beyond the arc to post a 77-62 Mountain West Conference victory Saturday night. New Mexico (9-6, 2-0) built a 44-27 lead in the first half. The Bulldogs cut the lead to 10 points on Cullen Russo' layup with 1:47 left, but could get no closer. The Lobos held Nevada to 4...
Via Associated Press
January 03, 2016  |  Discuss

New Mexico's Cullen Neal (ankle) to seek medical hardship

New Mexico sophomore guard Cullen Neal will seek a medical hardship for the 2014-15 season because of the severely sprained ankle he sustained six weeks ago. Neal, the son of Lobos head coach Craig Neal, had games of 26 points and 23 points in New Mexico's first two games before sustaining his injury vs. Boston College in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. He has missed the team's last 11...
Via FOX Sports
January 04, 2015  |  Discuss

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