A stabbing at Syracuse University took place early Friday morning, causing two victims to be taken by ambulance to local hospitals. One of the victims is reported to be Syracuse back-up running back Prince-Tyson Gulley.
Gulley was stabbed multiple times early Friday morning when a fight broke out at a party, a Syracuse Police Department spokesman told The Daily Orange. The suspect is not believed to be a Syracuse student and an investigation into the exact details of what took place is currently ongoing.
"We are aware of the incident in which Prince-Tyson Gulley was injured last night. He is recovering from the injuries and will be under the care of our medical staff. We will continue to work with the proper authorities as we handle the matter internally," Syracuse football coach Doug Marrone said in a release issued by the school, according to the newspaper.
Gulley, a sophomore from Akron, Ohio, played in 10 games last season, primarily as a kick returner. His running back duties included 13 carries for 74 yards and a touchdown.