Wichita State's Teddy Allen dismissed after arrest

WICHITA, Kan. -- Wichita State has dismissed Teddy Allen after he was arrested last week following a disturbance at a woman's home.

Athletic director Darron Boatright said Tuesday he and Coach Gregg Marshall wished Allen well but decided his dismissal was best for the basketball program.

Allen was arrested last Thursday after a woman accused him of causing a disturbance at her home, destroying her iPhone and stealing keys before fleeing on foot. He was later charged with domestic violence property crime and petty theft, both misdemeanors. He faces a July 29 arraignment.

Allen, a 6-foot-5 forward, transferred from West Virginia and sat out last season after the NCAA denied his request for a waiver to play immediately. Nicknamed "Teddy Buckets'' for his scoring ability, Allen was expected to start this coming season.

The Wichita Eagle reported that Marshall said in a statement that he was disappointed and regretted that he couldn't help Allen more.