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DePaul guard Lyrik Shreiner to transfer

Shreiner didn’t see action for the Blue Demons in 2019-20, but appeared in 35 contests in 2018-19.

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For the third time in his collegiate career, DePaul Blue Demons guard Lyrik Shreiner will be transferring.

After originally playing for TCU in the 2015-16 season, Shreiner explored other options after Trent Johnson was fired.

Shreiner sat out a year and ended up at Cal State Northridge for the 2017-18 season, but found himself on the move again after Reggie Theus was fired.

After joining DePaul with immediate eligibility as a grad transfer, Shreiner saw the floor in 35 games in 2018-19, making two starts for the Blue Demons and averaging 2.0 points and 1.7 rebounds per game in 13 minutes of action.

DePaul’s added depth in the 2019-20 season make it hard for Shreiner to find a spot, and he didn’t appear in a game for the Blue Demons. He will have immediate eligibility at his new school.