UPDATE: The Oklahoma State Athletics Department has confirmed OSU freshman guard Stevie Clark has been dismissed from the team after getting arrested Sunday.
Head coach Travis Ford made the announcement Monday.
“We care about Stevie and wish nothing but the best for him,” Ford said. “We want him to find success in his future, where ever that may be.”
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State freshman guard Stevie Clark was arrested early Sunday morning in Stillwater and charged with outraging public decency.
Stillwater police say they received a call about a man urinating outside a vehicle window.
Clark was arrested about 1 a.m. Sunday morning and booked into the Stillwater jail.
He was released a few hours later after posting bond.
It’s the second time in just over a month Clark has been arrested and the third time this season Clark has gotten into some kind of trouble.
He was arrested on New Year’s Day in Edmond for possession of marijuana.
Clark did not play in the Cowboys’ next game on Jan. 4 at Kansas State.
In November, he was suspended by OSU head coach Travis Ford for four games and sent home from a tournament in Florida.
Clark went to Douglass High School in Oklahoma City and was a two-time Oklahoma high school player of the year.
He’s averaging 5.3 points a game this season for Oklahoma State, who lost 76-70 to Baylor on Saturday in Stillwater.