SPOKANE, Wash.-- Former University of North Dakota player Geno Crandall will join the Gonzaga men's basketball team for the 2018-19 season.

Crandall revealed his decision on Twitter with the caption "#ZagUp".

His announcement comes after his visit to Spokane during Hoopfest weekend.

Crandall chose the Bulldogs over Minnesota and Xavier.

The 6-foot-4,180 pound guard played Gonzaga in the last season and finished with a game high of 28 points during the Gonzaga vs. North Dakota game on December 16.

Crandall will graduate from UND this summer and will be immediately eligible to play as a graduate transfer.

“When it came time for me to make a decision, GU seemed like the natural fit for me that had everything I was looking for in my last year of college basketball: a winning program, great coaches with a proven track record for player development, a good group of guys and an excellent culture,” Crandall said.

Crandall averaged a team-high 16.6 points and 3.6 assists per game during the 2017-18 season. He opened his last season by scoring a UND Division I single-game record of 41 points in a win over Troy.

“We are excited to have Geno join our program,” Head Coach Mark Few said. “We were able to see what he is capable of doing earlier this season in our game versus North Dakota. He will be a great addition.”