Terps suspend Davis for three games Top rebounder reportedly punched Chase in nose

November 09, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior power forward Kalisa Davis, Maryland's second-leading scorer and top rebounder last season, has been suspended for three weeks of practice and three regular-season games for punching teammate Sonia Chase in the locker room last month, the Washington Post reported yesterday.

Chase, who suffered a broken nose, is able to practice and play while wearing a protective device.

Coach Chris Weller wouldn't comment when asked whether Davis' suspension is related to Chase's broken nose, but told the Diamondback, Maryland's student newspaper: "Kalisa's made a mistake, so now she's taking time to do some things to make up for it. She is suspended."

Pub Date: 11/09/97

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