Arkansas pitcher out 6 games due to NCAA violation

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas says it will withhold sophomore pitcher Trey Killian for the first six games of the season because of an NCAA violation.

The school says the violation happened while Killian was in high school. The UA added in a statement that it has worked with the NCAA to resolve the matter prior to beginning of the season, and that it supports and looks forward to Killian’s return.

Killian was 3-3 with a 3.19 ERA last season for the Razorbacks,

Arkansas, which was 39-22 last season, opens its season on Friday at home against Appalachian State. The two schools are scheduled to play a three-game series, concluding on Sunday.

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