A former Duke lacrosse player granted an extra year of eligibility in the wake of now-debunked rape allegations against three of his teammates will soon be reunited with his former coach.
Zack Greer will play for ex-Duke coach Mike Pressler at Bryant University next season.
Pressler announced Tuesday that Greer, a three-time All-American and the NCAA's all-time career goals leader, will enroll at Bryant as a business graduate student.
The NCAA last year granted an extra year of eligibility to Duke lacrosse players who were not seniors during the 2006 season.
That season was canceled after three team members were accused of raping an exotic dancer at a team party. The North Carolina attorney general later dismissed all charges, saying the players were completely innocent. Greer was not among those accused.
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