Report: Boston University Investigating Climate of Men’s Hockey Team Following Sexual Assault Charges


After two high profile sexual assault allegations against its star players, Boston University is going to get down to the root of the recent criminal activity of its hockey team.

Boston University President Robert Brown will be launching an investigation looking into the climate of the men's hockey team, according to WTBU, BU's campus radio station.

The report says that head coach Jack Parker and Athletic Director Mike Lynch will fully cooperate with the investigation, which comes on the heels of the team dealing with its second case of alleged sexual assault this year.

BU defenseman Max Nicastro was arrested on rape charges on Sunday. Terriers' center Corey Trivino was kicked off the team in December after allegedly breaking into a female student's room.

Both Nicastro and Trivino have reportedly withdrawn from BU and are no longer enrolled at the university.

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