Ercolani is seeking $50,000 in damages against both King’s and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

Times Leader reports.

King’s College student, allegedly injured during a game of tag, sues school and Maryland nonprofit

WILKES-BARRE — A King’s College student who claims to have fractured her hip during a game of tag in a muddy marsh has sued the college and the Maryland nonprofit where the injury allegedly occurred.

Jennifer Ercolani filed suit in Luzerne County Court Monday claiming she was injured during a game of tag that followed a “mud run” on a wildlife refuge in Bishop’s Head, Maryland on Oct. 21. The document identifies Ercolani as an environmental studies student from 110 Helen St., Plains Township.

Ercolani is 1994 graduate of Meyers High School, according to her Facebook profile.