Ithaca (WSYR-TV) -- Cornell University has released new details about the hazing allegations
that led to the suspension of the men's lacrosse team.
According to a report on Cornell's website
, freshmen players had to "perform menial tasks" and chores that were not required by the program.
At one social event, freshmen were aided by seniors in a "keg race," where underage freshmen were challenged to compete against teammates by drinking a large amount of beer. They were also tied together in a circle and some players even threw up.
The team has been temporarily suspended pending the results of an investigation.
They can still practice -- but they can't play in any competitions this fall. The suspension is for this semester only.
You can read the full report here