Expulsion has been recommended for Minnesota center Reggie Lynch by a university panel after he was found responsible for sexual misconduct against a third woman asking the school to investigate claims against him, according to a report from ESPN. All three of Lynch's accusers claim the sexual assaults took place between April and May 2016 -- and two claim to have notified the university of their accusations back in October, although Lynch played throughout the season as most recently as Jan. 3. "Effective immediately, your University of Minnesota studentship will be ended with resultant loss of all student rights and privileges," read the letter regarding Lynch's status, according to ESPN. "A disciplinary hold will be placed on your record. The hold will prevent you from registering at the University and from obtaining your records through routine channels."