Cal St.-Northridge released a statement on Wednesday afternoon announcing that “several” players on their basketball team will be suspended due to a violation of team rules.
The school is investigating.
But they’re not naming the kids that are in trouble.
Here is the statement from the school:
“CSUN has elected to sit several basketball players due to potential violations of team rules and University policies until a full and thorough investigation is completed. The investigation is underway, and out of an abundance of caution the student-athletes will be held out of competition until the matter is resolved. Our mission is to continue the pursuit of comprehensive excellence, both on and off the court. Because of the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), CSUN cannot release the names of those involved or elaborate further about the nature of this matter.”
The team’s first scrimmage will be held on Saturday. If nothing is announced by then, it will be fairly easy to figure out who did and did not play in that game.