Xavier has suspended senior guard Myles Davis indefinitely, the school announced in a press release Thursday night.
“Myles Davis is suspended indefinitely from all basketball related activities,” Xavier coach Chris Mack said. “Playing basketball for Xavier is a privilege and we have high expectations for how our student-athletes represent our university. Unless Myles meets those expectations he will not be a part of our program.”
While the school did not address the specifics for the suspension, Davis is facing misdemeanor criminal charges related to two incidents involving an ex-girlfriend.
Davis is accused of threatening the woman, Kiley Stoll, damaging her cell phone and attempting to punch out the windows of her home. He is currently barred from coming within 500 feet of Stoll, or 10 feet on Xavier’s campus.
Davis, through his attorney, has denied all of the charges.
The 22-year-old played in 34 games for the Musketeers last season, averaging 10.8 points and 4.1 assists.