Saint Louis has suspended three basketball players and expelled another following the conclusion of a Title IX investigation into an alleged sexual assault that took place last September. Attorney Scott Rosenblum, who represents three of the four players who were under investigation, said his clients have been suspended 18-24 months. They have the option to appeal the decision and are considering other legal options, Rosenblum told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "These boys didn't do anything wrong," Rosenblum said. "They just didn't." The names of the players involved have not been made public. However, Adonys Henriquez, Ty Graves and Jermaine Bishop have been held out of every game this season. All three have been afforded the option to practice and travel with the team. Two of the three women who made the sexual assault accusations last September are SLU students. They claim the assault took place at an off-campus apartment. However Rosenblum, speaking for his clients, claims the act was consensual in nature.
Saint Louis suspends 3 players, expels 1 after investigating sexual assault allegations
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