Florida’s Palm Beach Atlantic University lacrosse coach sent te
xt messages to one of his players warning him that he had to choose between posting online photos of firearms or playing lacrosse.
The NRA-ILA reports that the player—on Instagram as @Duckmanscholl—had been posting photos of game he hunted and guns he liked to carry.

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The lacrosse coach responded to the photos by texting, “You want to play lacrosse for PBA [Palm Beach Atlantic University], you won’t post pics of your guns and stuff. That’s simple. You want to continue to post this—you don’t play.”

The player made clear that forced to choose between exercising his Second Amendment rights and playing lacrosse, he would stick with his guns. He then filed a complaint with the university and the school said “the student’s pictures did not violate school policy and that they had spoken to the coach about the issue.”

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