Zack Rosen’s dream has come true, even if it’s 6,000 miles away.

The standout Penn point guard signed his first pro contract Thursday night, with Hapoel Holon of the Israeli Super League. Rosen broke the news himself, putting up a picture of the contract on his Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Rosen, 23, played for the Quakers from 2008-12 and graduated as Penn’s all-time leader in assists (588), games started (115) and minutes played (4,198). The reigning Ivy League Player of the Year also ended his Penn career third in school history in points, threes made and free throw percentage.

– Reported by CSN Philly