After his four-year career with the West Virginia men's basketball team came to a close earlier this year, guard Chase Harler is headed overseas.
Harler announced in an Instagram post on Monday that he had signed a professional contract with a team in Lithuania, and he later confirmed to the Daily Athenaeum that the team was Palangos Kuršiai.
Located in the Lithuanian city of Palanga, Palangos Kuršiai is a member of the country's National Basketball League (NKL).
Harler averaged 4.4 points per game during the shortened 2019-20 NCAA season. Over his four years in Morgantown, the Moundsville native averaged 15 minutes and 3.3 points per game.