Dartmouth College sophomore midfielder Cam Lee has been arrested by police in Hanover, N.H.
The 20-year-old Lee was was charged with creating a false fire alarm and simple assault, according to the Valley News. Lee remains on the team while the case is pending, according to the report.
Lee had seven goals and two assists as a freshman for Dartmouth this past spring, playing in eight games. He scored the winning goal against then No. 9-ranked Princeton.
Before arriving at Dartmouth, Lee spent a post-grad season at Deerfield Academy (Mass.) after playing high school lacrosse for Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.).
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