Florida All-American Dan Wallace Suspended Indefinitely for “Violation of Team Rules”

Florida All-American Dan Wallace has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules.

We are disappointed in some of the choices Dan Wallace made,” head coach Gregg Troy said of his star. “Because of his actions he will be suspended from team activities indefinitely. Any decisions regarding a change to his status will be addressed internally.”

Wallace had a phenomenal junior season for the Gators in the pool, placing 2nd at NCAA’s in the 500 free (4:11.62), 2nd in the 400 IM (3:38.17), and 2nd as a member of Florida’s 800 free relay.

Wallace was also named to the 2014 Commonwealth Games squad representing his home country of Scotland. Scotland has not responded to a request for comment as to if his status is affected for that meet.

Wallace himself has also not responded to a direct request for comment.

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He was arrested

Anybody know what happened?

Typical over zealous gpd

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