KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) -Western Michigan men's basketball coach Steve Hawkins was hospitalized for three days and released after having a seizure at his office.
The 44-year-old Hawkins was taken by ambulance to a Kalamazoo hospital Friday, released and then readmitted later that night after experiencing more symptoms at home, athletic director Kathy Beauregard said Monday.
``He actually suffered the seizure in his office following a (basketball) camp, which was the first time he had anything like it at all,'' she said.
Beauregard said Hawkins left the hospital Sunday with the understanding he would return the following weekend for a follow-up examination.
Hawkins was resting at home and expected to make a full recovery, Beauregard said. He has been the Broncos' coach since May 2003.

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