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Another UH men's basketball player leaving program

By Ferd Lewis

LAST UPDATED: 06:00 p.m. HST, Apr 13, 2012

Trevor Wiseman has joined the exodus from the University of Hawaii men's basketball program.

Wiseman, a 6-foot-7 sophomore wing from Santa Clarita, Calif., has asked for his release, UH officials confirmed today.

"I hope Trevor can find a program where he can be a starter as he desires," head coach Gib Arnold said in a prepared statement.

Wiseman leaves after two years at UH. It is not immediately known what school he's looking at.

Wiseman's departure leaves only two members remaining from Arnold's initial recruiting class — Vander Joaquim and Davis Rozitis.

Wiseman joins Bobby Miles and Joston Thomas as the most recent players departing.

"I'm grateful for the two years Trevor gave us," Arnold said. "I thought his hustle was contagious."

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