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Six underage Marquette hoops players were involved in a January club fight

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

The Marquette men’s basketball team is getting unwanted heat right now.

The team has been informed that six players were involved in a fight at a Milwaukee nightclub. The players were ticketed for underage, the police report says.

The fight reportedly happened on January 29th, but recently came to light after a police report was released. The incident caused 11 police cars to be dispatched to Apartment 720, the club.

There were two large fights, but the report doesn’t mention what fight the players were involved in.

“During the ensuing investigation, the staff stated that approximately 30 individuals from a party at the location had engaged [in] physical altercations with members of the Marquette University basketball team. There were no complaints of battery made by any of the individuals who remained on scene,” the report said.

Todd Mayo, Vander Blue, Jamail Jones, Juan Anderson, Derrick Wilson, and Jake Thomas are the six players in question. The tickets for being underage in a club serving alcohol were served to the players on March 12th.

“We referred the players involved to the university’s student conduct system, as would be the case for any Marquette student. Individuals were disciplined as appropriate for a violation of team and departmental rules,” said school spokesman Brian Dorrington.

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