Fab Five Headed to Division 1 Schools (Updated)

Photo of LeCesne, courtesy Terry Pierson/The Press-Enterprise. All other photos by Wade Byers.
Photo of LeCesne, courtesy Terry Pierson/The Press-Enterprise. All other photos by Wade Byers.

Five members of the San Bernardino Valley College men's basketball team have signed National Letters of Intent to transfer to continue their basketball careers, coach Quincy Brewer announced.
Sophomore Chidi Udengwu, a 6-7 guard from Diamond Ranch High School, will transfer this fall to Idaho State. Udnegwu ran the offense for the Wolverines, averaging five assists per game, while also contributing a team-leading 7.2 rebounds per game. He was also selected as 1st team All- Conference.
Craig LeCesne, a 6-9 sophomore, came to SBVC via Pepperdine and shined in his only season with the Wolverines. The forward/guard will transfer to San Jose State in the fall. He was third on the squad, averaging 11 points per game.
Conference MVP and 1st Team All State forward Kendall Lauderdale will be heading to the University of Albany this fall. The 6-8 forward/center out of La Mirada was a dominant force doe SBVC this past season. Lauderdale was second on the team, averaging 12.8 points per game.
San Bernardino Cajon graduate and 1st team All-Conference and All-State guard Kevin McNeal rounds out the foursome, as he will head to Cal State Bakersfield to continue his career. McNeal was integral to the Wolverines' season this year. He led the team in scoring at 14.1 points per game and was the designated defensive stopper on the team.

Ty Glover, a San Bernardino High graduate, averaged almost nine points per game and made more than 50 percent of his shots from the field on the season. The 6-7 guard will be headed to the University of Portland.