The suspension for Xavier Musketeers guard Myles Davis is set to be lifted on Sunday, per head coach Chris Mack.
Mack informed reporters following Xavier’s victory over St. John’s on Saturday that Davis, who had been serving an indefinite suspension following a protective order being issued against him by his ex-girlfriend this past summer, that the senior would resume basketball activities with the team and be reinstated.
Davis was accused of several things including smashing his ex-girlfriend’s phone, as the Cincinnati Enquirer told back in September:
Days after the incidents, Stoll sought and received a protection order in Kenton County District Court. She accused Davis of threatening her, punching holes in her wall and trying “to punch through my windows.”
Davis is not allowed within 500 feet of Stoll except at the university, where he can’t be within 10 feet of her. The order is effective for three years.
He had pled guilty back in November to a disorderly conduct charge and was forced to pay restitution and court costs.
Mack mentioned in the above statement that Davis had met the terms of the suspension, which in the end turned out to be 15 games.