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The UConn men's basketball team continues to make off-season news.
The school announced Tuesday that 7-foot-1 center Enosch Wolf's suspension has ended, but he is no longer on scholarship. He is, however, eligible to rejoin the team as a non-scholarship player.
Wolf, who headed home to Germany at the end of the school year, is expected to make a decision about his future at UConn in the next few weeks.
Wolf's suspension covered the final eight games and came as a result of his arrest on Feb. 11 following an on-campus domestic dispute.
He was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal trespass in the first degree and burglary in the third degree. He received counseling and later had his charges dropped.
Before sitting out, he mainly came off the bench, appearing in 22 games and averaging 3.4 points and 3.4 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per games.
UConn also added some depth and experience to its roster for next year. According to several reports, 6-foot-6 guard Lasan Kromah is transferring from George Washington. A fifth-year player, Kromah will be eligible to play this upcoming season. He sat out his sophomore season with a foot injury, giving him another year.
Last season he averaged 10.1 points and 3.7 rebounds in 30 games, starting 11. He spent two seasons playing for Karl Hobbs, who's now an assistant on Kevin Ollie's staff.
- Gavin Keefe