HALIFAX - There's no word on what was discussed at a meeting today between suspended members of the Dalhousie University's women's hockey team and the school's president.
Team members wanted to meet with Tom Traves in Halifax to talk about recent player suspensions that ended their season following an alleged hazing incident.
University spokesman Charles Crosby says Traves agreed to the meeting as a courtesy and listened to some of the team's concerns, but he wouldn't say whether the team asked for reinstatement.
The senior players were suspended Jan. 3 after an internal investigation of an alleged incident last September.
The players have accused the university of overreacting and have said they will consider legal action if their appeal to the president fails.
Members of the team couldn't be reached for comment.
- The Canadian Press -