MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) -- The University of Vermont canceled the remainder of its men's hockey season after learning that some players had lied during an investigation into a hazing scandal.
University officials, who have been widely criticized for slowness to respond and secretiveness about the hazing allegations, issued a report about the hazing Jan. 4. In it, they acknowledged that recruits to the school's ECAC Division I hockey team had been coerced into drinking large amounts of alcohol, parading naked and engaging in other degrading activities.
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