Former Purdue SG Kelsey Barlow Transfers To UIC

WEST LAFAYETTE IN - JANUARY 09: Kelsey Barlow #12 of the Purdue Boilermakers attempts a shot against Bryce Cartwright #24 of the Iowa Hawkeyes at Mackey Arena on January 9 2011 in West Lafayette Indiana. (Photo by Chris Chambers/Getty Images)

Former Purdue guard Kelsey Barlow has transferred to play at UIC.

Former Purdue Boilermakers guard Kelsey Barlow has transferred to play for the Illinois-Chicago Flames, as ESPN Chicago's Scott Powers reports. UIC coach Howard Moore announced the move on Thursday, which allows Barlow to have one season of remaining eligibility for the 2013-2014 season.

As part of the transfer, Barlow is required to sit out the 2012-2013 season, but he'll likely be a key part of the Flames' backcourt during the following season. Last year with Purdue, Barlow averaged 8.3 points per game, 3.7 rebounds per game and 1.7 assists per game as a part-time starter.

In addition to the transfer of Barlow, Moore also announced the addition of a pair of walk-on players: Austin Angel from New Trier in Illinois and Ngijol Songolo from Memorial in Wisconsin.

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