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REPORT: NCAA player SUSPENDED after making racial slurs

Published November 23, 2022 at 5:24 PM

Hockey is a game for everyone, there is no place in our sport for racism, there is actually no place in the world for it.

We all put on the skates because we love the game.

This week there has been a bit of controversy in the NCAA league as a player has been accused of giving Racial slurs.

Ohio State's Kamil Sadlocha has been told to return home for the time being and not take part in team activities:

I want to offer my sincere and heartfelt apology to Jagger Joshua. On behalf of Ohio State University, I am so sorry.

No student or student-athlete should experience hatred or racism, and everyone should feel welcome. I have spoken with Michigan State Athletic Director Alan Haller, and I'm thankful Jagger is getting the support he needs.

Over the last week, the Department of Athletics has worked through this on-ice incident and spoken with Kamil Sadlocha and the rest of the team, and Kamil is returning home and will not practice or compete at this time.

I have met with the men's hockey team and will be meeting with them again soon to discuss our values. The team will complete education on racial sensitivity, diversity, equity, inclusion and the use of respectful dialog. The department and I will support them through this important process.

Sadlocha was actually caught by a referee making a racial slur to Jagger Joshua.

The NCAA did not enforce a punishment, so the Ohio State university decided to enforce one of their own.
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REPORT: NCAA player SUSPENDED after making racial slurs

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