HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) -In an Oct. 29 story about the arrests of three Quinnipiac University students accused in the racial harassment of school basketball players, The Associated Press misspelled the surname of a 19-year-old New York student. Her name is Courtney Stellwag of Newburgh, N.Y., not Stellway. Also, Hamden police say the arrests were for two separate allegations of harassment of members of the university's men's and women's basketball teams. Charles Merritt, 18, of Clifton, Maine, is charged with three counts each of intimidation based on bigotry and bias, harassment and disorderly conduct for alleged threats against three members of the men's team. Stellwag and Emily Loschiavo, 19, of West Newbury, Vt., are charged with harassment of two members of the women's team.
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