Syracuse, N.Y. — A Syracuse University women's soccer player is under investigation and was suspended indefinitely from the team after a video surfaced online in which she used a homophobic and racial slur. Hanna Strong, a senior from Monson, Mass., was the player identified as calling another person a f— and n— in a video posted on Instagram, according toblacksportsonline.com. The Daily Orange, the school's independent student newspaper, also confirmed Strong to be the player in the video. "We are aware of the offensive comments made last night by a member of the women's soccer team. This type of intolerant and hurtful language, focused on both race and sexual orientation, is not part of the culture we seek to foster among our student-athletes and it has no place at Syracuse University," Syracuse athletic director Daryl Gross said in a statement Saturday afternoon. "Earlier today, this student-athlete was indefinitely suspended from the team by Coach Phil Wheddon. In addition I have been in contact with Senior Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs Rebecca Reed Kantrowitz. An active investigation is underway by the University's Department of Public Safety and Title IX Office and their findings will be immediately reported to the Office of Students Rights and Responsibilities.