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University of Minnesota men’s basketball head coach Tubby Smith and the Golden Gopher basketball program today announced that guard Chip Armelin has asked for, and will be granted release from his scholarship. Armelin will remain on campus scholastically through the end of the semester.
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MINNEAPOLIS Gophers sophomore guard Chip Armelin has been granted his release from the program, the University of Minnesota announced Monday. He will remain on campus as a student for the remainder of the semester, however.
Armelin, a Louisiana native, averaged 5.2 points and 2.1 rebounds per game this season and played in all 38 of Minnesota's games. But his playing time diminished...
Minnesota has granted guard Chip Armelin his release from the program so he can transfer, clearing the way for star forward Trevor Mbakwe's return for a sixth season.
The Golden Gophers announced Armelin's release on Monday. The sophomore averaged 5.2 points and 13.7 minutes per game. But his playing time dwindled down the stretch last season, and he requested his release...
MINNEAPOLIS As tough as it may have been, the University of Minnesota football team eventually had to return to the field. Since Friday, the Gophers have grieved the loss of friend and former linebacker Gary Tinsley, who was found dead in his campus apartment. But they know Tinsley would have wanted them to get back to playing the sport they all love. After canceling Saturday'...
The Minnesota football team has returned to spring practice for the first time since former teammate Gary Tinsley was found dead in his campus apartment.
Tinsley died Friday of a yet-to-be-determined cause. The senior linebacker had completed his playing eligibility with the Gophers and was weeks away from his degree.
Quarterback MarQueis Gray said Tuesday on a conference call...
Twenty-two year old Gary Tinsley, a recent University of Minnesota football player was found dead in his dormitory room Friday morning, April 6.
University Police Chief Greg Hestness “there was no evidence of foul play,” but that this death is suspicious, like most deaths that involve college football and college basketball players.
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