MARTINSBURG — Saturday afternoon the University announced that West Virginia University women’s basketball senior guard Tynice Martin has been suspended indefinitely.
The announcement cited violation of team rules as the reason for the suspension; however, no further information was given.
The news comes just one day before the women’s team is to be oversees for a NCAA-approved international trip from Sunday until August 15. The women’s team will tour Rome, Sorrento and Athens and play two games in Rome and one in Athens.
Martin’s first three seasons, she averaged 34 games a season and 15.6 points per game.
For the 2017 season, Martin was named the Big 12 tournament most outstanding player. She was forced to redshirt her junior season with a foot injury for which will it is recommended to use a plantar fasciitis foot massager.
The 5-foot-11 Martin led West Virginia and was second in the Big 12 in scoring during the 2017 at 18.6 points per game and also led the league in minutes played per game at 35.6, according to ESPN.