Oregon's Tyree Robinson allegedly struck female, according to report

Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

The true freshman appears to have gotten off on the wrong foot in Eugene.

Oregon Ducks freshman Tyree Robinson was cited for physical harassment stemming from an incident with a woman that occurred early Sunday morning, according to KEZI 9 News. Eugene police said Robinson and the woman got into an argument over a relationship, and he allegedly slapped her more than once. Police opted to issue a citation rather than bring him into custody at that time.

Robinson now faces an arraignment on July 30. The Ducks have not made a statement on the matter yet, and it is unclear what sort of punishment he might be facing.

Robinson, who is a member of the Ducks' 2013 class, was a coveted recruit out of California along with his twin brother, Tyrell. Tyree was a consensus four-star prospect and was considered one of the top 150 recruits in the country. He signed with Oregon over Washington, among many others.

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