Harvard Men’s Soccer Team Suspended

Harvard University suspended its Division I men’s soccer team for the remainder of the season after a list was discovered in which female players were assessed on their physical appearance in vulgar terms. The team is ranked first in the Ivy League and will forfeit the final two games of the season and not be able to participate in postseason games. The Harvard Crimson, the student publication at the university, reported last week that the men’s 2012 soccer team rated women’s soccer recruits with a number scale, nicknames, and potential sexual positions.