I can't decide if both sentences are correct:
He left her out of the team. He left her off the team.
I believe that both of them are all right, but the answer key only lists the second one.
I encountered this sentence in my English class. The teacher simply read the answer key of our textbook and when I asked him if "out of" works too he simply said that if it is not in the key it doesn't, without providing any further explanations. However, I still believed that my answer was correct so I decided to ask.