LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming sophomore forward Whitney Gordon faces charges stemming from a house party in her hometown of Marion, Kan.
Prosecuting attorney Brian Bina says the charges against Gordon mainly involve providing alcohol to minors but include one count of interference with law enforcement.
Gordon has an initial court appearance set for next week.
According to police, they were called to Gordon's home on July 12 and found 27 people, including many minors in possession of alcohol. Police say Gordon's parents were out of town at the time.
UW coach Joe Legerski said in a statement that the situation was being closely monitored.
The 6-foot-2 Gordon played sparingly as a true freshman last season, appearing in eight games and scoring just 2 points.