Former Texas A&M guard Admon Gilder announced via social media Sunday he’ll play his senior season at Gonzaga.

“The journey continues in Spokane,” Gilder posted on Instagram.

Gilder didn’t play last season for the Aggies because of a blood clot in his right bicep.

Gonzaga was the top seed for the NCAA tournament, losing in the Elite Eight to Texas Tech, a school Gilder visited.

Gilder, who was recruited and played for former A&M head coach Billy Kennedy, announced via social media early last month that he had been cleared to resume playing.

The 6-foot-4 Gilder helped the Aggies to a pair of Sweet 16 appearances, averaging 12.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 98 games, 59 of them starts.

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