DAVIS, Calif. — Friday Update:
Today during a weekly update from UC Davis, Chancellor Gary S. May revealed that the misconduct the school is investigating stems from "credible allegations primarily related to hazing."
According to May, an investigation has begun, and "we will take appropriate action at the conclusion of the investigation."
The entire UC Davis baseball team was suspended on Wednesday while the program is investigated for allegations of misconduct.
The athletics department released a statement saying that the UC Davis Office of Compliance and Policy is investigating allegations of misconduct. The entire team is suspended until the investigation ends. The coaching staff is also on administrative leave until the investigation is over.
UC Davis expects the investigation to go into the first couple of months into the fall quarter and they do not know when the team can resume activities, including practices.
"We are committed to conducting a thorough assessment to determine the best path forward to provide a safe and inclusive experience for all team members," the statement read.
UC Davis said in an email to ABC10 that they cannot share information about the allegations right now, but will share more information if the allegations are substantiated.
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