Mason Falslev leaves transfer portal, will stay at Utah State | Sports

LOGAN — In a big win for new head coach Jerrod Calhoun, hometown guard Mason Falslev has chosen to stay at Utah State and will remove his name from the transfer portal. The guard posted a picture of himself in an Aggie uniform on his Instagram account with the phrase “Once an Aggie always an Aggie🤝#committed.”

Falslev entered the portal on March 27, the first of what was, as of early Friday morning, six Aggies to put their name out for a potential move away from Logan.

RELATED: 2024 Utah State Men’s/Women’s Basketball Transfer Tracker

This past season, Falslev played a crucial role on Utah State’s conference championship-winning squad as just a redshirt freshman. He started all 34 games he appeared in and averaging 11.3 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.3 steals.

Falslev joined a short list of Utah State freshman to score at least 300 points in a single season. His 384 points ranks fifth all-time among freshman behind Koby McEwen (462), Neemias Queta (414), David Collette (397) and Jaycee Carroll (384) and just ahead of Tai Wesley (348) among USU freshman to eclipse that 300-point mark.

In addition to being one of the higher scoring freshman, Falslev’s debut season also ranks in the top 10 in rebounds (sixth, 149), assists (seventh, 80) and steals (fourth, 43).

Falslev isn’t the only player to affirm his return to play in Logan at least one more year. Standout center Isaac Johnson and another promising freshman, Karson Templin, have also publicly stated they will be wearing Aggie Blue for the 2024-25 season.

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