Lagerald Vick has played every game for 19-2 Kansas this season. USATSI

Kansas guard Lagerald Vick likely hit a female student multiple times in late 2015, according to a university investigation that resulted in a recommendation of two years school probation.

The results of the investigation were obtained by the Kansas City Star.

The newspaper's story published online Monday night.

According to the Star, Vick was accused of "punching the student in the arm more than once and kicking her in the face." The university's Office of Institutional Opportunity and Access subsequently investigated the allegations from late December 2015 to January 2016 and determined Vick likely committed domestic violence. Regardless, Vick was never charged with a crime. And it remains unclear if the sophomore from Memphis was ever actually placed on probation.

Vick played 18 minutes in Saturday's win at Kentucky.

Kansas' next game is Wednesday vs. Baylor.