D3 football player stabbed teammate with corkscrew in dorm

An unfortunate situation took place over the weekend at Albright College in Pennsylvania.

According to the Redding Eagle, 18-year-old Marquis Stewart and another 18 year old, Dhameer Madison, were involved in a dispute that turned violent on Sunday.

While there is no explanation for what caused the dispute, it ended with Stewart stabbing Madison three times in the rib area with a corkscrew.

The incident between the two men, who are freshman teammates on the Albright College football team, took place in their dorm room on campus.

“We are deeply concerned anytime an incident such as last night’s occurs,” associate vice president for college relations and marketing at Albright Tom Durso said. “While each student is responsible for his or her own actions, we will continue to work diligently as a community to foster an atmosphere of mutual respect and to ensure that the campus remains as safe a place as possible for our students to study, live, learn, and work in.”

Stewart was charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, attempted homicide and other charges. He is no longer listed on the football roster.

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