Harvard University has suspended the men's soccer team for the remainder of the season after officials found that players had been creating detailed reports on women they'd like to bang.
An investigation was launched into the program over allegations the 2012 team had created a ranking system for Harvard's female soccer recruits -- detailing who they'd like to bang and why.
Officials say there was essentially a "scouting report" in which the women were rated on a number scale and assigned a hypothetical sexual position.
The school says the investigation showed the "report" wasn't limited to 2012 -- and continued into 2016.
So, Harvard's Dean, Drew Faust, dropped the hammer on team -- which is currently ranked #1 in the Ivy League -- canceling the final 2 games of the season and banning them from the NCAA tourney.
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