Former Oregon State player Victor Robbins has signed to play at Cal State Los Angeles, an NCAA Division II school.
Last season, Robbins was suspended indefinitely and ultimately dismissed from the Oregon State program after being arrested for during under the influence of intoxicants in the early hours before a home game last February.
Robbins, a 6-foot-7 forward from Compton, California, was already serving a 10-game suspension for an unspecified violation of OSU athletic department rules when he was arrested. He didn't play the remaining eight games of the season.
Robbins averaged 10.3 points last season as a junior with the Beavers. He has started classes at Cal State L.A. and will have one year of eligibility, which he is expected to use next season.
"We are very excited to have Victor at Cal State LA," Golden Eagles coach Dieter Horton said. "His ability to play multiple positions will have an immediate impact on our program. Victor brings size, strength and three years of Pac-12 experience with him. We are very fortunate to have him here as a Golden Eagle."
Robbins is expected to be a focal point of a 2016-17 team that could have as many as nine returning players.
Current Oregon State men's basketball assistant coach Stephen Thompson was at Cal State L.A. for 12 seasons (the last nine as head coach) before joining the Beavers in 2014.