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Trojan men's basketball lands two transfers
April 20, 2011
Dakota State University head men's basketball coach Gary Garner is excited to announce two transfers joining the Trojan men's basketball team next year. They are Luke Lamb and Cameron Krump.
Lamb - 6'5" guard/forward - will transfer from Ellsworth Community College (located in Iowa Falls, Iowa). He averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game for the Panthers in his sophomore year. He was a walk-on with NCAA Division II Central Missouri Mules in his freshman year. He was a member of the Dean's List and the Honors College.
"I am very excited to play for Coach Garner and try to win a national championship with the Trojans," said Lamb. "I really liked the academics and players at Dakota State University."
"Lamb is a very good 3-pointer shooter," stated Garner. "He can play several positions. He is a very good athlete that can jump."
Lamb graduated from Indianola High School. He was named to All-Conference in his senior yaer, averaging 16 points and eight rebounds per game. Lamb was a two-year letter winner and helped his team to a conference title in 2007.
Luke is the son of Kathy Lamb of Indianola, Iowa. He will be a junior at Dakota State University.
Krump - 6'8" post - transfers from Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville, Iowa. He played one year with the Lakers. He posted a game-high 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a game.
"Dakota State University is a very good academic school and it's closer to home and my family," stated Krump, whose hometown is Colton, S.D. "I'm looking forward to playing under Coach Garner."
Krump graduated from Tri-Valley High School in rural Colton, S.D. He will be a sophomore for the Trojans.
"Krump has a great potential to be a good basketball player at DSU," added Garner. "He is very good athlete. He can really run, jump and has good hands."
Cameron is the son of Wayne and Kerri Krump.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director