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TheRoundUp 4/11: Lamb's last goal at UConn is passing his classes

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Jeff Jacobs Column: Jeremy Lamb Going Pro, But Must Finish Semester In Good Standing -
He did offer a few quotes for a school press release and one was: "I intend to successfully complete the current semester academically as I get prepared for the draft." The road to NCAA academic hell is paved with good intentions. Lamb has to make sure and do it. No excuses. Andre Drummond, too, if he's going to declare. Lamb has been eligible each step of the way and there is no reason he cannot complete the last step. Kemba did it, so can Lamb.

UConn transfer is "counting down the days" to Mizzou visit | Campus Corner
Missouri, he admitted, fits the bill. The graduation of senior forwards Steve Moore and Ricardo Ratliffe leaves a gaping hole in an area that, for now, will likely be filled next season by Tony Criswell (a juco transfer), Laurence Bowers (a natural four-man who is coming off knee surgery) and freshman Ryan Rosburg.

Wheelchair Charities HS Basketball Classic notebook: CK's Calhoun remains committed to UConn -
"I’m sticking with UConn – there’s not gonna be any change," he said after competing in the Wheelchair Charities HS Basketball Classic at York College in Queens. "I have a great relationship with the coaching staff. Not being in the tournament, that’s something small. We built a strong relationship and I’m loyal."

UConn Football: Notebook -
Pasqualoni confirmed that senior running back D.J. Shoemate was having shoulder surgery, a bothersome issue that could threaten his career. He needs to get the go-ahead by the first of preseason practice in early August if he is to play.

UCONN FOOTBALL: Center is a snap for Alex Mateas- The New Haven Register - Serving New Haven, Connecticut
Mateas’ size (6-foot-4, 295 pounds), strength – he competed in an Olympic weightlifting junior national event, and great athleticism made him a natural choice, in Pasqualoni’s eyes, to move to center.

UCONN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Michala Johnson decides to transfer (video)- The New Haven Register - Serving New Haven, Connecticut
The 6-foot-3 Johnson, who did not immediately return a phone call requesting comment, averaged 1.5 points, 1.2 rebounds and 4.9 minutes per game as a sophomore. Her final appearance as a Husky came when she had three points and two rebounds in five minutes in a March19 game against Kansas State in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

UConn basketball coach Geno Auriemma announces plans to open restaurant in Storrs Center :: Mansfield Today
The 100-seat restaurant, to be called "Geno’s," will be part of the first phase of the project, and plans are to have it open by late summer, according to its developers, Storrs Center Alliance, LLC, a subsidiary of LeylandAlliance LLC.