Missouri guard Jarron “Boogie” Coleman has decided on a familiar transfer destination. After a season with the Tigers, Coleman is headed back to Ball State.

Coleman shared the news on his Instagram account.

Coleman, an Indianapolis native, was with Ball State from 2018-to-2021 for 3 seasons before transferring to Mizzou ahead of the 2021-22 campaign. Coleman will be entering his redshirt senior season. The NCAA’s COVID-19 waiver allows to potentially play a sixth season.

Last season, Coleman played in 31 games, making 21 starts, posting averages of 8.6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game. Coleman led Mizzou with 46 3-pointers, shooting 30.3% from beyond the arc. Coleman scored in double digit 13 times in the 2021-22 season while logging 3-or-more assists 19 times.

As a redshirt freshman at Ball State, Coleman was recognized as the 2019-20 MAC Freshman of the Year.