CA HS Soccer Players Face 10 Counts in Hazing Incident – La Puente High School

Remember the story from this summer about the California soccer players at La Puente High School who allegedly had a “pole tradition” as part of their hazing of new players? Looks like several former  members of the team might be on their way to prison where they could be able to participate in their own “pole tradition.” And we’re not talking about one or two minor charges that will be plea…

November 7, 2012

“Noose Around Neck” Hazing Incident on High School Football Team Leads to Five Suspensions, Possible Expulsions

Is this a case of some teen-aged boys just messing around, or are there darker motives behind this incident? The Mid-South school board in Wynne, Arkansas will have to sort that out, but needless to say it’s an ugly incident. A hazing incident possibly involving a noose is being brought up in front of a Mid-South school board.  School leaders in Wynne, Arkansas are talking about whether to expel two junior varsity football…

October 4, 2012

Four HS Soccer Player Arrested for Allegedly Hazing Teammates With . . . a Javelin?

Really? A javelin? Who thinks that shoving a sharp metal pole up someone else’s behind will bring you closer as teammates? Apparently four soccer players at La Puente High School in Southern California who have now been arrested on hazing allegations, while their coach placed on paid administrative leave because there are indications he knew and/or encouraged the acts. The school district is also being sued based on victims claims that…

September 26, 2012

SUNY Geneseo Cancels Women’s Volleyball Season After Hazing Incident

Assuming SUNY has done all the proper investigation into this incident (the police have filed charged after all) we say “good for them.” In the past, many colleges have investigated these types of incident and found any excuse possible–including ignoring their own hazing police–to avoid having to admit they have a problem like this at their schools. They go to great lengths to explain how something like this incident at…

September 17, 2012

SUNY Geneseo Volleyball Update: Freshmen “Blindfolded, Handcuffed and Forced to Drink” Booze in Hazing Incident

This is an update to a story from last week about the blindfolded, SUNY Geneseo women’s volleyball team and an off-campus “team bonding” exercise that seems to have gotten off track. According to police, 11 young women have now been arrested and face charges of hazing and unlawfully dealing with a child after one freshmen member of the team was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning. Now, before you dismiss this as just another…

September 10, 2012

Charges Files Against SUNY Geneseo Volleyball Players Over Hazing/Drinking Party

Let’s see: yesterday we had a report about the dance squad at FAMU being suspended for an alleged hazing incident, less than a year after a member of the school’s marching band died from hazing. Today, we have reports that 11 members of the SUNY Geneseo women’s volleyball team were charged with 1st degree Hazing and Unlawful Dealing with a Child for serving alcohol to minors after an off-campus underage drinking party…

September 7, 2012

Dance Team Suspended for Hazing at Florida A&M!

Regular readers of this site will remember the name Florida A&M: less than a year ago a member of the marching band died as a result of hazing incident on a bus and since then the program and school have been thrown into a firestorm of controversy . . . mostly because there had been a series of similar incidents over the years and the administration had done little, if…

September 6, 2012

Victims Claim High School Jock “Hit Them With His Penis” During Year Long Hazing Events

Seth Kellen
July 27, 2012

Is it really hazing when an older teammate repeatedly tries to stick his finger in your anus, grabs your junk or makes you grab his over a period of almost a year? How about if someone pulls his own pants down in an elevator, jumps on your back and beats you with his penis? We suppose it could be, but if the charges against Browerville High School (MN) athletes, Seth…