UConn women’s field hockey player applies for accelerated rehabilitation program

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STORRS, Conn. (WTNH/AP) — An All-American field hockey player at the University of Connecticut who has been charged with shoplifting is applying for an accelerated rehabilitation program.

Senior Charlotte Veitner has been accused of stealing $34 worth of makeup from the campus bookstore.Original Story: Police arrest star UConn women’s field hockey player

If Veitner is to complete the rehab program, the charges could be erased from her record.Related Content: UConn field hockey makes fifth straight trip to Final Four

The senior was the nation’s leading scorer in women’s field hockey last season with 34 goals. Two of her goals helped lift the team to their fifth national field hockey title in November.

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