Friday, December 12, 2014

Statement from chancellor Phil Dubois on 49ers baseball hazing investigation

Statement Friday from UNCC chancellor Phil Dubois:

The Universitys investigation into allegations of misconduct involving members of the Charlotte 49ers baseball team has resulted in two more interim suspensions of students, in addition to the three issued on November 14.
Head Baseball Coach Loren Hibbs has dismissed five players from the team for violating team rules, effective immediately. 
Based on what we know today, I have authorized Athletics Director Judy Rose to reinstate baseball activities for the rest of the team, effective immediately.  If any evidence of additional misconduct, as defined by the University Code of Student Responsibility, becomes known, additional measures will be taken.
The University stands firm in its resolve that there is no place for hazing, bullying or misconduct at UNC Charlotte.
The ongoing investigation is being conducted by our Student Affairs Division, under the direction of the Office of Legal Affairs.
To ensure student privacy, the University may not legally release further details.


Anonymous said...

please keep the public posted on this important story, like where all the 5 players are now playing. Maybe the new colleges that they are at would like to know, for the safety of their new team mates and fellow college students.