Maryland assistant basketball coach Bruce Shingler has been suspended by the university after he was reportedly arrested on charges of soliciting prostitution. The Washington Post reported the news on Thursday afternoon.

Shingler was suspended for 30 days for a violation of his employment agreement. However, Maryland would not comment further on the situation regarding the assistant coach.

Shingler, 40, is faced with two charges of procuring or soliciting prostitution or assignation, according to The Washington Post. A trial is scheduled for Feb. 28.

From The Washington Post:

The charging documents related to Shingler’s arrest, which were provided by Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office, indicated Shingler “confirmed that he wanted to engage in sex with me in exchange for a fee of $80.00,” according to the statement of probable cause written by the arresting officer. The statement then notes that Shingler handed the money to the officer, who alerted the arrest team.

The suspension for Shingler began on Wednesday. He did not coach in Maryland’s game against Northwestern, a 94-87 victory for the Terrapins.

No other details regarding Shingler’s status with the university were provided at the time of the report.