Former UND guard Geno Crandall has signed his first professional basketball contract, according to a report Sunday from Eurobasket.
Crandall, who finished his college career at Gonzaga, has signed with Dekstone Turi Svitavy of the Czech Republic.
Svitavy's season runs from late September to late May.
Crandall, who won three Minnesota state championships at DeLaSalle High School, played at UND for three years after a redshirt season.
He was a second-team all-Big Sky Conference selection as a sophomore and junior. He helped the Fighting Hawks to the NCAA Tournament as a sophomore.
As a junior, Crandall scored his 1,000th career point at UND on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that forced overtime at No. 12 Gonzaga. He was the fastest player in UND's Division I history to achieve 1,000 career points (73 games).
Crandall elected to graduate transfer to Gonzaga to play his final season, where he finished with 5.0 points and 2.3 assists per game during the 2018-19 season.
Crandall ranks 14th on UND's all-time scoring chart (1,355 points), seventh on the all-time assist chart (381) and fourth on the all-time steals list (190).