Weber State vs. Sacramento State 06

Weber State's Brekkott Chapman shoots a free throw in the first half of a game against Sacramento State on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019, at the Dee Events Center in Ogden.

Both of Weber State men's basketball seniors from last season will continue their careers after leaving WSU.

Roy native Brekkott Chapman has signed to play for s.Oliver Würzburg, a team in the Basketball Bundesliga, which is Germany's first-division professional league.

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Chapman

Chapman is "an agile four-man with a stable throw and a keen eye for his teammates," a translation of Würzburg's news release about signing Chapman reads.

The 6-foot-9 forward is expected to start alongside former Indiana University player Will Sheehey in Würzburg's frontcourt, the team says.

In two seasons, Chapman left Weber State tied for fifth in all-time blocks (100, tied with Braxton). His blocks-per-game average of 1.67 is second in program history and his 3-point shooting clip of 43.1 percent is third all-time (behind Dusty Baker, 47.1, and Scott Bamforth, 44.6).

Zach Braxton mug shot weber state 2018-19

Braxton

Former WSU center Zach Braxton has signed to play with the Kapfenberg Bulls, a team in Austria's first division of professional basketball, according to a social media post from the agency representing him. Kapfenberg's recent success means it has also played played in three consecutive FIBA Europe Cup competitions.

Braxton finished as Weber State’s all-time career leader in games started at 125 and fifth in games played at 128.

Contact Brett Hein at bhein@standard.net. Follow him on Twitter @bhein3/@WeberHQ and at facebook.com/WeberStateSports.

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