IU women’s basketball guard suspended

Just announced by IU, coach Felisha Legette-Jack has suspended sophomore Haylie Lynn indefinitely for “behavior detrimental to the team.”

Here’s the full news release:

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – IU head coach Felisha Legette-Jack announced on Friday, Jan. 2 that sophomore guard Haylie Linn has been suspended indefinitely from the Indiana women’s basketball team for behavior detrimental to the team.

Linn (Madison, Wis./Edgewood) has played in nine games for the Hoosiers this season, averaging 1.3 points per game and totaling four rebounds, three assists and two steals.

“We have high expectations for our women’s basketball program,” said Legette-Jack. “Haylie has not met our standards at this time. We believe that Haylie will reflect on her behavior and make the necessary changes so that she can rejoin our team as soon as possible.”

5 comments

  1. Man you knows its getting bad when the womens b-ball team has to get involved in the shenanigans.

  2. Rest assured Haylie, we’re not interested enough in women’s basketball to care what you did. All the best to you.

  3. Hey DominickDunce, good name for you. You may not be interested enough in women’s basketball to care, but you don’t speak for everyone. Some in the community do care about the women’s team and hope that Haylie gets her act together so she can rejoin the team and not mess up her life.

  4. Ladies,

    You’re having a great year, don’t let this distract you! Hopefully Linn can get her issues straightened out for her own sake.

    Go Hoosiers!!

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