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Former Sage men's basketball star, Ryan Sager continues professional playing career!

Former Sage men's basketball star, Ryan Sager continues professional playing career!

Albany, NY –Former Sage men's basketball player, Ryan Sager (Stuyvesant, NY/Ichabod Crane) has signed a contract to continue his international playing career.  Sager has signed to play with the Luxembourg Telstar Hesperange Team-N2. Sager will make his debut on September 26 when his squad faces Racing Luxembourg-N2.

Last summer, he signed on to play as a member of the Terres Froides (Voiron, France) and played as a member of the NM3 League.  As a member of that team, he averaged 14.7 points per game with 10.2 rebounds per game, He added 3.3 assists and 1.3 blocks per game as well with a 64.3% field goal percentage, while shooting 35.7 from three-point range and 67.9% from the line.

Two years ago, he accepted a postgraduate scholarship from the University of East London and continued his basketball career internationally, while working towards his master's degree in finance. He played as a team member of the Westminster Warriors and averaged 14.1 points, 9.7 rebounds and shot 53.2% from the field.  They are members of the England Basketball League - First Division.

He also played for the played for the University of East London (BUCS - First division).  The squad was undefeated through the regular-season and earned a spot in the league championship tournament. The only contest they lost was in the semifinals of the Cup Tournament. Over the course of the campaign, he had a number of significant games, including a season-high of 36 points with 14 rebounds in one game.

Sager earned his masters' degree in financial management.  

As a senior, Sager led the Gators with a blistering 60.6 % field goal percentage and hauled down a team-best 229 rebounds. He capped his career with his strongest showing in his three seasons in a Gator uniform with his 10.7 ppg and 8.5 rpg, while elevating his resume to a program-best 76 blocked shots with a 58.0% career field goal percentage. He added 713 points (No. 3 at Sage) with 521 rebounds (No. 2 at Sage). He was also ranked nationally this year after connecting on nine double-doubles.