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KSU kicks player off team after negative behavior

Last season Eternati Willock ran into legal problems which led to her being suspended. Even though she rejoined the team over the summer, things just took an ugly turn for the young player.

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Back in April, Eternati Willock of Kansas State was suspended indefinitely from the team following her being arrested and charged for trespassing and liquor purchase by a minor. Head coach Jeff Mittie announced today Willock has been completely removed from the team.

Mittie stated the following in a press release:

“Eternati struggled with many things associated with being a student-athlete. While there were glimpses of improvement in her behavior, overall her continued violations of team rules and standards has led to her dismissal. We wish her the best going forward.”

Last season Willock was voted to the Big-12 All-Freshman team — a unanimous choice — after averaging 6.6 points per game, 5.1 rebounds per game, and 1.4 assists per game.