Cal Men’s Basketball announced that Senior Forward Grant Anticevich and Senior Guard Makale Foreman would return for the 2021-2022 season. Both seniors are eligible to play next season, after the NCAA allowed for an extra year of eligibility to those players that played in the 2020-2021 season. According to the release, Senior Forward Ryan Betley has not made a decision as of yet.
"I'm extremely grateful and excited to have the opportunity to play under Coach Fox for another year, and can't wait to improve individually and contribute to the success of this program, one of which I'm honored to be a part of," Anticevich said.
Grant Anticevich is averaging several career highs this season, despite the emergency appendectomy that withheld him from a few games. He is averaging 9.2 points, 4.7 rebounds, and shooting 37.3% from beyond the arc on 67 attempts.
"I have decided to come back to Cal so that I can finish my master's degree and also to have another year of developing and improving my game," Foreman said. "By returning, I feel like I can have an impact on winning and building this program back to where it needs to be."
Makale Foreman returning helps the perimeter shooting of the Bears. The grad transfer from Stony Brook, by way of Chattanooga, is shooting 33.3% from beyond the arc on 129 attempts this season.
Welcome back, guys!