Rider University suspended its entire men's cross-country team from a meet because the school concluded the runners were planning a naked run that amounted to hazing.
University police responded to a report of students at the school's track on the evening of Sept. 5 and found team members preparing to run laps naked, according to Rider. They also found alcohol.
The officers halted the naked run, and the school launched an investigation into all 28 members of the men's team. Officials found that there wasn't any intent to coerce any team member to participate, but the behavior was still deemed to be hazing, university spokeswoman Kristine Brown told NJ.com. Full story here!