Iowa State suspended freshman guard Nick Noskowiak indefinitely on Thursday following multiple charges in May, including a felony charge of recklessly endangering safety.
Noskowiak is facing multiple charges stemming from incidents in his native Wisconsin in May and August, reports The Des Moines Register.
On Aug. 10, the 19-year-old Sun Prairie, Wis., native was charged with felony first-degree recklessly endangering safety and misdemeanors of criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct. On May 20, Noskowiak was charged with operating while intoxicated, first offense, and unsafe lane deviation. Those charges came after Noskowiak refused to take a May 15 test for intoxication following a May 8 traffic arrest.
“We are aware of the situation with Nick and are currently in the process of gathering more information,” ISU coach Steve Prohm said in a statement released by Iowa State.
Noskowiak, a 6'2" guard, originally signed with Marquette before he was granted a release from his letter of intent when the Golden Eagles changed coaches from Buzz Williams to Steve Wojciechowski. Iowa State announced Noskowiak’s addition on April 28 and he arrived on campus in mid-June.
Noskowiak missed 11 games as a senior at Sun Prairie for family reasons.