Green is the Bonnies' leading scorer, averaging 22.3 points per
"This is a matter that has been handled maturely by everyone,
and it will remain within the structure of the team," said
Solomon, who took over the school's trouble-ridden program in May.
Green, a 5-foot-7 guard, was with the team for this weekend's
Rock-N-Roll Shootout at Gund Arena and was in street clothes
watching as his teammates warmed up.
St. Bonaventure is coming off a scandalous season in which the
Bonnies forfeited two games and were banned from the Atlantic 10
Conference tournament when players boycotted after one of their
teammates was declared ineligible.
In addition, coach Jan van Breda Kolff was fired and the school's athletic director and president resigned. All three were identified by a school investigation that found the program lacking institutional control.
The scandal turned tragic in August when, William Swan, chairman
of the school's trustees, committed suicide, in part because of a
belief he had let down his alma mater.
The NCAA is expected to decide in January whether to punish the
Solomon, an assistant coach for three years at Notre Dame before
taking over the Bonnies, is trying to restore respect in the
school's storied basketball program.
Solomon's players wear T-shirts saying, "Marching Forward.
Together," the coach's mantra and message as he rebuilds the
Green scored at least 20 points in six of St. Bonaventure's nine
games. He scored a career-high 43 points in an overtime loss at
Niagara on Dec. 17.
Green had started 66 straight games before being disciplined.