LaFleur named to replace Vaughan at UConn
Storrs, CT (Sports Network) – Andre LaFleur, who spent the past three seasons
as the director of basketball operations at Connecticut, has been named a
men’s basketball assistant coach at the school.
LaFleur, who played for Connecticut head coach Jim Calhoun at Northeastern,
replaces Clyde Vaughan. Vaughan resigned after being arrested on August 18
for soliciting a prostitute.
The Huskies’ 2004 championship season was Vaughan’s second with the program
after stints as an assistant at Long Beach State and South Florida.