NEW ORLEANS (AP) -University of New Orleans guard Darrian McKinstry has lost his scholarship and will not be returning to the Privateers.
UNO athletics spokesman Robert Broussard confirmed on Wednesday that McKinstry had been dismissed and would be leaving school.
McKinstry, a junior who transferred from Fullerton (Calif.) Junior College, averaged 10 points last season but was suspended three times for a total of six games for violating team rules. McKinstry's suspensions hurt the Privateers' depth when freshman guard Charles Carmouche missed action with an injured ankle.

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