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Andrew Romagnoli, other Delaware players dismissed from team

Four total players were dismissed for a “violation of team policies.”

Mark Campbell/Delaware Athletics

Delaware Blue Hens attackman Andrew Romagnoli, defenseman Connor Lalley, midfielder Ryan Suddaby, and attackman Jake Levine have all been dismissed from the program due to a “violation of team policies”, according to a team spokesman.

Romagnoli, a redshirt junior this season, started in five games and scored five goals and two assists on 22 shots. He did not play in last week’s overtime loss to Binghamton. He led the team last season with 34 goals and 19 assists for 53 points and started all 15 games.

Lalley, a senior, played in the team’s last three games against Villanova, Mercer, and Binghamton. He started the first two games before coming off the bench against Binghamton. As a junior last season, Lalley played in thirteen games, starting 12 of them, and recorded seven caused turnovers and 15 groundballs. He also led the team with 13 penalties for 11:30.

Levine, also a senior, played in just two games last season, recording a shot and a ground ball. He did not appear in any games this season.

Suddaby played his first two seasons at Le Moyne and scored seven points in nine games as a sophomore. He did not make an appearance for Delaware last season or this season.

No other comment was made on this situation.

Delaware began the season 3-0 before losing three straight to Villanova, Mercer, and Binghamton in overtime. They’re at Johns Hopkins on Saturday.

Adam Epstein contributed to this report.