College Hockey:
North Dakota Suspends Frattin After Arrest

North Dakota has suspended forward Matt Frattin for two games and reduced his scholarship money after he and a former Fighting Sioux player were arrested early Tuesday for disorderly conduct.

The Grand Forks Herald also reported that the school is ordering Frattin to attend counseling.

Frattin and former North Dakota defenseman Joe Finley were arrested, the newspaper reported, after campus police observed them throwing cups, plates, a kitchen table and a lawnmower from a residential garage.

Police said the players told them they “routinely destroy each other’s stuff.”

Frattin also was charged with fleeing, while Finley also was charged with giving false information to officers, the newspaper reported.

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