Manhattan — Curtis Kelly is the subject of a Kansas State athletic department investigation for a violation of a condition in the student-athlete handbook, the Wichita Eagle reported on Tuesday night.
The violation could earn him dismissal from the team, a source within the department told the Eagle.
The source said Kelly, a senior, is appealing the violation. A KSU official said he remains on the team.
K-State officials refused to specify the nature of Kelly’s violation, citing student privacy issues.
Kansas State’s Freddy Asprilla left the team in mid-January to explore professional opportunities in his home country of Colombia.
In addition, Wally Judge quit the team last week.
Kansas State is 16-8 overall and 4-5 in the Big 12.