The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team is giving up the remainder of the season after players misbehavior was controversial.
‘AP’ reported on the 13th (Korean time) that the University of New Mexico decided to forgo the remainder of the season based on a police report investigating players’ misconduct.
A police investigation report obtained by the Associated Press revealed that the school’s players continued to sexually harass their teammates since last summer.
The three players, whose names have not been revealed, have taken inappropriate behavior, including taking off the victim’s bottoms, exposing his buttocks, hitting him, and touching his genitals.
University president Dan Arbizu said it was “a necessary step” for the basketball team to give up the remainder of the season. He added that it is time to reorganize, saying, “We must protect the safety of the players and the integrity of the university.” 카지노
Previously, the school suspended all activities of the basketball team and ordered coach Greg Heyer and coaching staff to take public holidays. Then, he made a superpower by giving up the entire rest of the season.
Players are also leaving the team. Two players have left the team after allegations of sexual harassment were made public. One of them, freshman player Shaha Lazar, said he was leaving the team because he “felt it didn’t live up to my beliefs and core values.”
Prior to this, in November of last year, the team’s forward Mike Peek had a gunfight with students from the rival school, the University of New Mexico, and then shot and killed a student from the opposing school named Brandon Travis.
Peak, who suffered a gunshot wound to the leg in the process, later left the team and has yet to face judicial punishment. The investigation into the incident is still ongoing.
New Mexico State is currently 9-15 in last place in the Western Athletic Conference.