Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Report: Lasan Kromah Transferring to UConn from George Washington University

According to multiple reports, Lasan Kromah, a fifth-year senior-to-be, is transferring from George Washington University. He'll be able to play immediately.

Kromah missed his entire sophomore season due to a left foot sprain, hence the year of eligibility. He was second on the Colonials in scoring last year at 10.1 points per game.

Kromah would take the scholarship of Enosch Wolf, whose suspension is over and has been invited back to the team -- as a non-scholarship player.

Not sure if I like that. I guess you could say UConn is still giving Wolf the chance to play, and that he made his own bed by getting arrested in a domestic dispute with his girlfriend in February.

Still, it seems UConn is finding a way to open up a scholarship for a player at the expense of another player. 

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this something you just became aware of? Namely that UCONN is using Wolf's scholarship? If, as you indicate UC is giving Enosch a chance to play despite ( my word) the domestic dispute he was arrested for, what would you have them do with the scholarship? Let it go unfilled and chalk it up as a team character builder?

June 27, 2013 at 8:30 PM 
Blogger David Borges said...

The point is that I'm not comfortable with the idea of Wolf having his scholarship yanked. He deserved to be punished for what he did, and he was -- missing the last eight games of the season. Other UConn athletes have done far worse than Wolf and received far lesser punishment. The question that bothers me is: if it had been a star player involved in the same incident, would that player have been invited back only as a walk-on? I don't know that answer.

June 27, 2013 at 10:05 PM 

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