The California Golden Bears men’s basketball program got a big boost for their signees in 2020, as former Stony Brook guard Makale Foreman marked the fifth player to sign on in Berkeley.
Foreman was announced as a grad-transfer by head coach Mark Fox and had recently transferred from Chattanooga to Stony Brook, playing just one year at the latter.
He averaged 15.6 points per game in 33 appearances for the Seawolves this past season. He chipped in with 2.0 assists and just under three rebounds per game, setting the Stony Brook single-season record with 104 three-pointers made.
Fox had the following to say on his latest addition:
“Makale is an outstanding 3-point shooter who can play both guard spots,” Fox said. “He finished last season with the eighth-most made threes in the country and his ability to shoot the ball will definitely help our team. I am excited about his commitment to team success and his desire for the world-class education we offer.”
His three-point ability dates all the way back to his time at Chattanooga as he shot 38.2% from behind the arch during the 2018 season. He averaged 10.2 points per game in his final season with the Mocs.
He joins fellow transfers Ryan Betley and Jarred Hyder as well as incoming freshman Monty Bowser and Jalen Celestine for the class of 2020.
Welcome to the nation’s No. 1 public university, Makale!