Six Nations player held out of NCAA game back on the floor

Tahoka Nanticoke

By Justin Lethbridge Sports Writer The University of Albany men’s lacrosse team was without one of its best players on Saturday March 2nd, 2019 when they suspended Tahoka Nanticoke for a ‘minor violation’. Tahoka Nanticoke, who was born and raised at Six Nations, is a sophomore at the University and is one of the biggest names in the NCAA and the top player at the University due to his high-end skill and use of trick shots. The NCAA suspended Nanticoke indefinitely on Friday March 1st, pending reinstatement for tagging a lacrosse stick company on his Instagram account. The NCAA viewed the post as promoting a company, which drew the ire of Albany Coach Scott Marr. “The NCAA makes a lot of money off of athletes and they pretend to be…

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