(WXYZ) - Michigan State University student Brandon Carmack is spending the holiday weekend at home with his family recovering from a beating that happened on Tuesday in East Lansing.
He says there were up to 15 attackers and some of them are on the school's hockey team.
He has five staples in his scalp, stitches in his upper lip, bruises on his arms, legs and back, scabs on his knees and puncture wounds in his arm and head.
Carmack, an MSU Junior, says the attack happened at an off-campus house early Tuesday morning. He says he went there to speak with his girlfriend, but she pretended she did not know who he was. He then says he was beaten up by several men in the home.
Carmack says he was able to stumble to a nearby driveway where someone called police.
East Lansing Police tell Action News they are investigating an alleged assault, but would not comment on the suspects.
Nobody has been arrested.
Carmack, 20, is an advertising major from Saline. He is a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity.
Nobody answered the door where the alleged attack took place when Action News showed up Friday.
Michigan State athletics referred Action News to a university spokesperson who said the school would not comment until police confirm details on the case.
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