FARGO — North Dakota State has added a veteran guard to its men's basketball roster after Northern State's Andrew Kallman announced via Twitter on Saturday, March 27, that he has committed to the Bison.

Kallman recently entered the transfer portal and played four seasons at Northern State. The 6-foot-4 Kallman helped the Wolves advance to the NCAA Division II Central Region championship game, where NSU lost to Northwest Missouri State, which went on to win the Division II national championship.

Kallman, from Chaska, Minn., averaged 9.8 points, 3.9 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game this past season Northern State, which is located in Aberdeen, S.D. He also shot 47% from the field and 41% from 3-point range. Kallman scored 843 points over his four seasons with the Wolves. He played for former Bison head coach Saul Phillips, now the head coach at Northern State.

Kallman can play one season with the Bison with the NCAA eligibility waiver due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. NDSU had four players recently enter the transfer portal in guards Donald Carter III and Jaxon Knotek, and forwards Odell Wilson and Tyler Witz.

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