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Stetson Athletics | May 2, 2014

Stetson suspends head coach for weekend

Pete Dunn Pete Dunn is in his 35th year as head coach of Stetson.

DE LAND, Fla. -- Stetson University Director of Athletics Jeff Altier announced Friday that baseball head coach Pete Dunn has been suspended through this weekend’s home series with Jacksonville.

The suspension occurs after Dunn was ejected for unsportsmanlike behavior exhibited at Florida State on April 23, and for the excessive use of profanity.

“We expect all of our coaches to exemplify the highest moral character, behavior and leadership,” Altier said. “They are expected to adhere to strong ethical and integrity standards within the rules of the game."

Dunn is in his 35th season as head coach of the Hatters. Stetson is currently 18-28 overall and 7-11 in Atlantic Sun Conference play.

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