Players reinstated after suspension for bomb prank
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- Colorado State reinstated two of the four women's basketball players suspended for setting off a chemical bomb in a prank outside a teammate's apartment.
Freshmen guards Emily Neal, a starter, and Brittney Stirling, a reserve, returned to the team Wednesday and will travel for Thursday night's game at UNLV, coach Jen Warden said.
No injuries or structural damage resulted when the bomb, made of chemicals that create an explosive acid, went off Jan. 8 outside Kally Rae Finley's residence, police said.
Freshman starter Kelly Jo Mullaney and reserve Raysha Ritter remain suspended.
Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press
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