New Mexico women's soccer hazing allegations include stripping, urine splashing
University of New Mexico
By Steve DelVecchio / Larry Brown Sports Yardbarker
Several members of the University of New Mexico women's soccer team claim they were brutally hazed by teammates on Sunday night. According to KOB 4 News, one of the victims ended up in the hospital after someone called 911 to report the incident.
A number of UNM students said they were shocked by the allegations, including volleyball player Keaton Alley, who described the women's soccer team as a "really close-knit team." Another unnamed student said she or he is familiar with a lot of the players on the team.
"I know a lot of the soccer girls, and I'm surprised that any of them would even do that to someone," the student told KOB.
New Mexico is one of just six US states without any anti-hazing laws, though that does not mean any claims of hazing would be ignored. Forcing teenagers to drink large amounts of alcohol and splashing urine on them would go well beyond the realm of playful initiation antics.