Arkansas backup quarterback Kade Renfro was dismissed from the staff following allegations of sexual assault and harassment that have been posted on social media earlier within the week, the school announced on Thursday.
The choice got here after a number of girls anonymously shared allegations, which included pictures depicting bodily abuse.
“Upon gaining data of the allegations towards a student-athlete earlier this week, we instantly knowledgeable the College’s Title IX workplace of the allegations,” Arkansas athletics mentioned in a press release. “The coed-athlete is now not a member of the soccer staff.”
Renfro remains to be enrolled on the college, per Sports Illustrated‘s Richard Johnson.
Renfro is a redshirt junior who was coming into his third 12 months with this system. He started his school profession at Ole Miss, and transferred to Arkansas forward of the 2021 season. He didn’t seem in any video games for the Rebels, and missed the previous two seasons whereas coping with knee accidents.