Former Dayton guard/wing Mike Sharavjamts is transferring to San Francisco, ESPN reported Friday.
Sharavjamts entered his name in the NBA draft earlier this spring but withdrew ahead of the May 31 deadline to maintain college eligibility.
Sharavjamts started 20 of 32 games as a freshman at Dayton this past season. He averaged 5.6 points and 2.6 assists per game and was named to the Atlantic-10 All-Rookie team.
ESPN reported that the 6-foot-8 Sharavjamts will play point guard at San Francisco, a West Coast Conference program. He chose the Dons over a list of finalists that featured Indiana, Memphis, Nebraska and Pitt.
Sharavjamts was the first citizen of Mongolia to earn a Division I athletic scholarship and goes by the nickname "Mongolian Mike."
--Field Level Media