Angelo Chol

San Diego State Aztecs #3 - Forward

  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 225
  • Seasons: JR

5 star Malik Pope picks Aztecs

SDSU Aztecs lands 5-star recruit Malik Pope

LaBradford Franklin officially leaves SDSU

After leaving the team in January, LeBradford Franklin has formally announced that he is transferring from the San Diego State program.

Miller excited for Zach Peters to join the fray

Former Kansas forward Zach Peters has a history of head trauma, but Sean Miller is not concerned.

Sean Miller talks Jerrett, Chol departures

There's been quite a bit of turnover on Arizona's roster this offseason, and Sean Miller talked about it at his first press conference since the Wildcats season ended in March.

Angelo Chol to enroll at San Diego State

Angelo Chol will head back to his home of San Diego to play for the Aztecs.

Angelo Chol to transfer, per report

Reports indicate that Arizona Wildcats forward Angelo Chol will transfer from the team, and another West Coast power is a possible destination.

Getting punny with Angelo Chol

Angelo Chol had his best game for the Arizona Wildcats this season, helping the team get over the hump against Stanford on Wednesday. And now a few puns.

Wildcats continue impressing against Oral Roberts

The 'Cats improved to 9-0 on Tuesday night, which gives them their best start since the 1987-88 season.

Arizona's defense keys win against UTEP Miners

The Arizona Wildcats used attacking man defense to bolster a victory against the UTEP Miners at McKale Center.

Bracketology: Balanced Wildcats nab No. 3 seed

Proving that it's never too early to start filling out NCAA brackets, SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean has released his Preseason Bracketology, and has the Arizona Wildcats penciled is as the No. 3 seed in the West region.

Frontcourt Combos Could Prove Big for Arizona

The addition of three celebrated freshmen to the Arizona frontcourt gives Sean Miller more combination possibilities than Arizona's had since its last Final Four run.

Arizona Wildcats wrap up Bahamas trip with another victory

The Arizona Wildcats beat the Bahamas All-Stars 99-57 on Monday. Sean Miller called the trip successful, and pointed to the positive play and health of Jordin Mayes and Kevin Parrom.

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