May 22, 2013, 9:47 AM EDT
Enosch Wolf’s suspension from the UConn basketball team has officially been lifted, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the 7-foot-1 German will be returning to Storrs next season.
Wolf was suspended back in February as a result of a domestic dispute where he refused to leave a women’s apartment, pushed her and knocked her glasses off of her face. He missed the last eight games of the season.
Wolf’s legal issues were cleared up last month, and he returned to Germany afterwards. He’s eligible to return to the Huskies next season, but he won’t be doing so as a scholarship player. UConn has reportedly offered their final scholarship to George Washington transfer Lasan Kromah, who is eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer.
Wolf averaged 3.4 points and 3.4 boards last season.
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