LUBBOCK, Texas – Ethan Duncan has found a new home to continue his basketball career.

Duncan announced Monday on social media he’s transferring to Lubbock Christian University. The Chaps are coached by Ethan’s father, Todd.

“I feel more like I’m a fit for the program and a fit for this team and I’m excited to still be in Lubbock,” Duncan said.

Ethan will also be following in the footsteps of his sister, Ashton, who played for the Lady Chaps from 2017-20.

“My sister played here and sets some records,” Duncan said. “I’m following behind good footsteps. The Duncan name holds a lot of weight here at LCU so I’m excited to try to continue the tradition and win games.”

The Trinity Christian School graduate originally signed with Texas Tech but redshirted during the 2021-22 season with an unspecified injury and then entered the transfer portal on Sept. 26, 2022.

As a senior, Duncan averaged 27 points, seven assists, and 2.5 assists per game and helped Trinity Christian to a TAPPS state title.