Towson suspends PG Jerome Hairston indefinitely
Towson will be without its starting point guard indefinitely, as Jerome Hairston has been suspended.
Towson sophomore point guard Jerome Hairston has been suspended indefinitely, the school announced Monday.
“We have suspended Jerome for conduct detrimental to the team,” head coach Pat Skerry said in a statement. “The suspension is effective immediately and no other statements will be issued.”
Hairston, a 6-foot-3 Wyoming native, is averaging 5.0 points and 1.8 assists this season. A year ago, he made the CAA all-rookie team and put up 9.9 points and 2.5 assists per game. He has struggled a bit this season, scoring a combined two points in blowout losses to Villanova and Kansas.
Without Hairston available, expect Vermont transfer Four McGlynn to play more at the point guard spot. He's been a scoring asset off the bench after sitting out last season.
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