TIMELINE: Reggie Lynch as Gophers Basketball Center

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Reggie Lynch

January 10, 2018 09:37 AM

University of Minnesota Golden Gophers center Reggie Lynch has been suspended in the midst of three sexual assault allegations leveled against him.

Here is a list of events that occurred during the basketball player's time with the University of Minnesota:

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April 2015

Reggie Lynch Transfers from Illinois State University: Reggie Lynch posted via Twitter that he planned to sign with the Gophers.

May 2016

Gophers Suspend Lynch after Arrest: The University of Minnesota suspended the center after he was arrested on suspicion of "criminal sexual conduct."

Lynch Out of Jail as Investigation Continues: Lynch was released from jail and a charging decision against him in an alleged sex assault was deferred pending further investigation.

September 2016

Gophers Reinstate Lynch: The center was reinstated to the team, after it was determined there was insufficient evidence proving a crime was committed regarding his arrest in May.

January 2018

Lynch Suspended; Denies Sexual Misconduct Policy Violation Allegation: Lynch has been suspended after reportedly violating the school's sexual misconduct policy in connection to an alleged April 2016 incident.

Third Allegation Emerges Against Gophers' Lynch; Expulsion Recommended: The University of Minnesota's Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action is recommending immediate expulsion as a third sexual assault allegation involving a separate alleged April 2016 incident has emerged against the suspended basketball player.

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