Maceo Austin
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 Free Agent
Leaves team
GDuquesne
September 10, 2021
Austin (personal) decided to end his basketball career at Duquesne.
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Austin missed some of last season dealing with personal matters and it appears the same issues are making Austin quit basketball. The guard had a strong freshman year but his sophomore year was very limited as his minutes dropped from 27.9 to 18.7. Austin is still enrolled at Duquesne but he will no longer play basketball.
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Logs 20 minutes off bench
GDuquesne
February 21, 2021
Austin (personal) did not attempt a field goal but had a rebound, a steal and missed both of his free throws during Saturday's 79-72 loss to Richmond.
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In uniform for warmups
GDuquesne
Personal
February 20, 2021
Austin (personal) is in uniform for warmups ahead of Saturday's game against Richmond, Noah Goldberg of ESPN Richmond reports.
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No rush to return to game action
GDuquesne
Personal
January 20, 2021
Coach Keith Dambrot said that there is no rush to bring Austin (personal) back to game action, Zachary Weiss of Pittsburgh Sports Now reports.
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Back at practice
GDuquesne
Personal
January 17, 2021
Austin (personal) rejoined the team for Sunday's practice but is still unlikely to play Wednesday against Rhode Island, Jerry DiPaola of TribLive.com reports.
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Stepping away indefinitely
GDuquesne
Not Injury Related
January 9, 2021
Austin has stepped away from the team for personal reasons, Zachary Weiss of Pittsburgh Sports Now reports.
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