Mamadou Ndiaye’s goal of playing Division I basketball has officially become a reality.
The 6-foot-7 forward from Oakland Mills High School announced his commitment to play collegiately at Saint Peter's University on Tuesday.
"I really liked the school when I visited. I like the classes, they have a good business program there and I feel like the team is a good fit," said Ndiaye, who visited Saint Peters the last week in March prior to Spring Break. "The team only has five or six players returning on scholarship, so I have an opportunity to go in there right away, earn a starting spot and play big minutes."
Oakland Mills coach Jon Browne said he...