Windfall guard Alyn Breed has been suspended indefinitely after he was charged by native police with a number of crimes for an off-campus incident Saturday, the college mentioned in a press release.
Breed, who averaged 4.8 factors per recreation this season, is now not listed on the workforce’s web site.
“It was introduced [Saturday] by the Windfall Police Division that Windfall Faculty student-athlete Alyn Breed was charged with a number of crimes for actions that occurred off campus on Saturday, April 1,” the college’s assertion mentioned. “Because of these fees, athletic director Steve Napolillo and head coach Kim English have decided that Breed is suspended from the boys’s basketball workforce and won’t be allowed to take part in another athletic department-related actions. [Providence] will observe its student-conduct disciplinary course of concerning this matter. Presently, there won’t be any additional remark.”
Windfall police mentioned Breed is going through a number of firearm and home counts, based on a number of stories.
English, previously the George Mason coach, accepted the Windfall job final week after longtime head coach Ed Cooley departed for Georgetown.
Underneath Cooley, Windfall earned an 11-seed within the NCAA match this season and suffered a 61-53 loss to Kentucky within the first spherical.
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