Wichita State has dismissed Teddy Allen, a projected starter, from this system lower than per week after he was arrested and accused of inflicting a disturbance at a girl’s house.
“Coach (Gregg) Marshall and I met over the weekend to discuss the situation and the time that Teddy has spent within our program,” WSU athletic director Darron Boatright mentioned in a press release (per the Wichita Eagle). “We came to this decision jointly and agreed that this is best for the program. We wish Teddy well moving forward.”
Allen was charged with two misdemeanors – home violence property crime and petty theft – final Thursday after a 23-year-old lady accused him of coming into her house, inflicting a disturbance, destroying her iPhone and stealing keys. He was booked into Sedgwick County Jail and launched on $3,500 bond with an arraignment scheduled for July 29.
“I’m both disappointed and sad, and I’m regretful that I wasn’t able to help Teddy more,” coach Marshall mentioned within the assertion. “I wish Teddy nothing but the best in his future.”
The 6-foot-5 ahead transferred to Wichita State from West Virginia however sat out final season after the NCAA denied his request for a waiver to instantly play, although he was allowed to journey with WSU on street journeys.
Earlier than Allen’s dismissal, he was anticipated to be a starter for Wichita State after two of the workforce’s prime scorers from the previous season graduated. Whereas enjoying for West Virginia, he averaged seven factors in lower than 12 minutes off the bench and scored 34 factors within the workforce’s NCAA Match run to the Candy 16 in 2018.