Washington has lost two of its top four scorers to the transfer portal in the last couple days

It was a disappointing season for Washington Huskies basketball, which finished in 11th place in the Pac-12, and things haven't gotten much better since the off-season hit. For the second straight day Washington lost a key player to the transfer portal, with the announcement that starting guard Marcus Tsohonis has decided to leave the school. The news was first reported by 247 Sports' Chris Fetters. A 6'3 guard, Tsohonis was second on the Huskies in scoring this past season, averaging 10.7 points per game on 37 percent shooting from three.


This news follows news from Tuesday, that the team's fourth leading scorer Erik Stevenson would enter the portal as well. Stevenson transferred in from Wichita State last off-season.