TheRoundUp 4/19: Andre has left the building

Andre LaFleur Leaves UConn For Providence - Courant.com
The logical step for UConn is to promote director of administration Glen Miller to assistant coach alongside assistant Kevin Ollie, though a formal hiring process must occur. The Huskies would then look to fill the director of administration vacancy. Miller, formerly the head coach at Brown and Penn, has been eager to return to an involved coaching role. As director of administration, he was prohibited from recruiting and couldn't be on the court during practice.

You can't rain on Calhoun's parade - Courant.com
LaFleur's statements essentially come down to three points: A. He felt underappreciated. B. He wants to be a head coach and didn't feel he'd get that opportunity at UConn. C. After seeing what happened with the assistants when Randy Edsall left as football coach, he wasn't looking forward to fighting for his job.

UConn assistant's move could indicate concern over Calhoun - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
A source close to Calhoun told Sporting News there are family members who want to see him continue coaching and others who’d like to see him step down and enjoy what he has accomplished.

40,000 Cheer On National Championship UConn Men's Basketball Team - Courant.com
With the crowd four or five rows deep along the parade route, the streets of Hartford were overflowing with fans wearing UConn hats and jerseys. The sea of blue cheered as a double-decker bus carrying Jim Calhoun and his players circled from the State Capitol around Bushnell Park, down Main Street and Capitol Avenue.

Huskies Overpower UMass 18-3
The UConn baseball team scored runs in each of the first five innings, capped by three four-run frames, to cruise to an 18-3 victory over UMass on Monday afternoon in non-conference action.

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