Wichita State University guard Teddy Allen was arrested early Thursday on suspicion of domestic violence, theft and criminal damage to property, according to Sedgwick County Jail booking reports. Allen was accused of battering a woman in her 20s.
The 21-year-old Allen was released on bond later Thursday.
Allen, a 6-5 redshirt sophomore for the Shockers, transferred from West Virginia and sat out 2018-19, per NCAA policy. Head coach Gregg Marshall expected him to be a key contributor in 2019-20. Allen was Nebraska’s Gatorade High School Player of the Year.
Messages left with the Wichita State athletics department were not immediately returned when contacted by USA TODAY Sports on Friday.
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