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Tennis Program alerted police — Georgia Bulldogs

17 Mai 2017

Hodge and Bernstein were serving suspension already during early round matches last weekend in Athens.

Police are reportedly investigating an alleged drug scandal within Georgia's athletic program.

"I've been told there is no NCAA investigation, whatsoever", he said.

The online daily log of the UGA police department lists the location of the reported incident as the "UGA Tennis Complex".

Diaz said all players are "absolutely" active. He confirmed to Towers that he did report the incident to school AD Greg McGarity but did not go into any more details. No arrests have been made.

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Diaz said Tuesday he could not talk about the incident. "It's an ongoing investigation and we just have to let the law enforcement folks do their job". "We've counseled the kids and the kids are in a good place and we're moving forward".

Diaz also noted that NCAA is not involved.

Diaz said the incident has not drawn the interest of the NCAA. He was an All-American player for the team during his playing career. Bernstein played from 2008-2011 and was team captain as a senior.

This comes after two associate head tennis coaches, one from the women's team and one from the men's team, were suspended. The round of 16 begins Thursday in the men's and women's draws.

Georgia women's coach Jeff Wallace declined to comment on the investigation during a news conference on Tuesday which was previously planned to preview the tournament.

Tennis Program alerted police — Georgia Bulldogs