Iowa Men's Basketball

Riley Till transfers from Iowa men's basketball team to Cal Poly

Former Hawkeye will play as graduate transfer for Big West program

Iowa forward Riley Till (20) and guard Austin Ash (13) celebrate together after the Hawkeyes' 96-72 win over Nebraska at
Iowa forward Riley Till (20) and guard Austin Ash (13) celebrate together after the Hawkeyes’ 96-72 win over Nebraska at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on Feb. 8. (Andy Abeyta/The Gazette)

Former University of Iowa basketball player Riley Till has announced he’s transferring to Cal Poly, a Division I school in San Luis Obispo, Calif., that is a member of the Big West Conference.

Till, a 6-foot-7 forward from Dubuque, was a fourth-year junior for the Hawkeyes last season, and had been on scholarship last season. He averaged 0.7 points over 18 appearances.

“Excited to continue my basketball career while pursuing my masters at Cal Poly!” Till said on Instagram.

Till will be a graduate transfer, eligible to play next season.

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