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 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -Penn State basketball player Stanley Pringle was charged with lewd and disorderly conduct, stemming from an incident at a university library last week.
Coach Ed DeChellis says he's aware of the charges, which a police log listed Wednesday. The coach said the junior-college transfer has cooperated with police.
The team said Pringle had no comment. A message left with the player's lawyer was not immediately returned.
Pringle just completed his first season at Penn State. The guard averaged 6.9 points and was a key contributor.

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