Wyoming defensive end Trey Woods announced Wednesday night via Instagram that he is leaving the team.
"This game and journey has left me with a heavy heart, so I will be moving on to something new," Woods said.
Cowboys head coach Craig Bohl released a statement on Thursday, confirming Woods' decision to leave the program.
"We wish Trey (Woods) all the best in his future, and we appreciate his contributions to our football program over the past two seasons," said Bohl.
As a freshman last year, Woods was Wyoming's leading rusher with 493 yards.
As a sophomore this year, Woods was moved to defensive end and recorded one sack in Cowboys season opener against New Mexico State. He did not play in any other games this season.