BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) -A Mountain State University basketball player has been shot multiple times outside the school\'s athletics dorm following an altercation with another man.
Beckley, W.Va., police Detective Sgt. David Allard said the 22-year-old player was being treated at a hospital after the shooting early Thursday.
Mountain State basketball coach Bob Bolen identified the player as Alvin Mitchell, a 6-foot-5 junior guard from Miami.
Mitchell\'s condition wasn\'t disclosed.
Allard said the player was shot about 10 minutes after an altercation with another man at another location. No other information was immediately available.
Bolen says the team\'s thoughts and prayers are with Mitchell and his family.
Mitchell is averaging 12.67 points this season for the NAIA Cougars (10-0).
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