For the second time this season, a Boston University hockey player was arrested on sexual assault charges. The most recent case involved Sunday's arrest of defenseman Max Nicastro, a third-round draft pick of the Detroit Red Wings in 2008.
Here is the story from the Associated Press:
BOSTON (AP) -- Boston University says Max Nicastro, a defenseman on its men's hockey team, has been arrested on a sexual assault charge.
University police arrested Nicastro on Sunday on the Charles River Campus. BU Police Chief Thomas Robbins says his department and the Suffolk County district attorney's office are investigating.
The university says a female student accused Nicastro of sexually assaulting her. Robbins says the encountered happened on campus. Few other details were released.
Nicastro, a junior from Thousand Oaks, Calif., is being held on $25,000 cash bail. He is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Brighton District Court.
Athletic director Michael Lynch says Nicastro has been suspended from the hockey team pending the outcome of the investigation.
A university spokesman says he does not know if Nicastro has a lawyer.
Corey Trivino was the first player arrested back in December. The team's leading scorer, Trivino was thrown off the team after the allegations. He is a prospect of the Islanders.