Hockey Player Accused Of Rape No Longer Enrolled At BU
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BOSTON (CBS) – Boston University hockey player Max Nicastro, who is accused of raping a student, is no longer enrolled at the college, according to the dean.
Nicastro pleaded not guilty to rape charges in court on Tuesday and was ordered to be held on $10,000 bail.
WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton reports
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports.
He was accused of sexual assault by a female student early Sunday morning and was arrested. The alleged assault occurred on the BU campus.
Authorities said the victim was visibly upset when police arrived, and she was transported to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for treatment.
Nicastro has been ordered to stay away from the alleged victim and is due back in court on March 26. His family had no comment outside court regarding the charges.
Nicastro had three goals and six assists this season.
Earlier this season, star BU hockey player Corey Trivino was thrown off the team after he was charged with sexual assault.