FILE PHOTO: Brandon Horvath. Photo by Tina Lerohl
LOGAN, Utah – Former Utah State Aggie Brandon Horvath has signed his first professional contract, joining Saint-Quentin of the second division on French basketball. Saint-Quentin is located in the north east of France along the border of Belgium. The team finished third during the 2021-22 season, wrapping up the season with an overall mark of 22-12.
Horvath earned third-team all-Mountain West honors a season ago, appearing and starting in each the Aggies’ 34 games during the year. He finished second on the team with 472 points, averaging 13.9 points per game and scoring in double figures in all but eight contests. Horvath also finished second on the team on the glass, pulling down 223 rebounds and logging a double-double in three games. He led the team with 18 blocks during the year and finished third on the team in assists, totaling 91 during the season.
Prior to Utah State, Horvath played in 113 games at UMBC under Utah State head coach Ryan Odom, making 54 starts over the course of his four years. With the Retrievers, Horvath earned second-team all-District 1 accolades and was a first-team all-America East Conference selection.
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