ORONO (AP) – Four more University of Maine hockey players, including two from Massachusetts, have been ordered to appear in court next month after accompanying two teammates during an alleged assault on another a student.

Travis Wight, 23, of Fannystelle, Manitoba; Brent Shepheard, 22, of Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia; Bret Tyler, 20, of Maynard, Mass.; and Rob Bellamy, 20, of Westfield, Mass., were issued summonses charging them with criminal trespass, a misdemeanor.

Police said the four were among a group of students who accompanied Mike Hamilton, 22, of Victoriaville, British Columbia, and Wes Clark, 22, of Oakville, Ontario, on Sunday night to the apartment of a baseball team member who had been involved with Hamilton’s ex-girlfriend.

A fight ensued, and the 21-year-old baseball player later received stitches over his left eye at a Bangor hospital.

Hamilton and Clark, who were charged with assault and aggravated criminal mischief, have been suspended indefinitely from the team. Wight, Shepheard, Tyler and Bellamy were given one-game suspensions. All six hockey players involved in the incident were scheduled to appear Dec. 23 in Bangor District Court.

Only subscribers are eligible to post comments. Please subscribe or to participate in the conversation. Here’s why.

Use the form below to reset your password. When you've submitted your account email, we will send an email with a reset code.