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Idaho volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez placed on leave

27 Mar 2024  |  ocregister.com
Idaho volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez was placed on administrative leave following a preliminary report by the university's Office of Civil Rights and Investigations, which found evidence of sex-based harassment, retaliation against players, and other policy violations. The report also indicated discrimination based on national origin. Athletic director Terry Gawlik informed the players and apologized for the investigation's duration. Criticism has been directed at Gawlik for her handling of complaints against Gonzalez since October 2022. A separate investigation by law firm Thompson & Horton is ongoing, examining the volleyball program's culture under Gonzalez, who has been accused of abuse and endangering players' safety. The university is unlikely to release the final report publicly.

Idaho volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez placed on leave

27 Mar 2024  |  www.dailynews.com
Idaho volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez has been placed on leave following a preliminary report by the university’s Office of Civil Rights and Investigations, which found sufficient evidence of sex-based harassment, retaliation, and other policy violations. The investigation, which also involved a Texas law firm, revealed allegations of discrimination, abuse, and misconduct by Gonzalez. Idaho athletic director Terry Gawlik, who has faced criticism for her handling of the complaints, informed the players of the decision. The final report on the investigation is expected in the coming weeks.

Idaho volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez placed on leave

27 Mar 2024  |  www.redlandsdailyfacts.com
Idaho volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez has been placed on leave following a preliminary report by the university’s Office of Civil Rights and Investigations, which found sufficient evidence of sex-based harassment, retaliation, and other policy violations. The investigation, which also involved a Texas law firm, revealed allegations of discrimination, abuse, and misconduct by Gonzalez. Idaho athletic director Terry Gawlik, who has faced criticism for her handling of the complaints, informed the players of the decision. The final report on the investigation is pending, with the university expected to provide resources and support to the affected student-athletes.

Idaho volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez placed on leave

27 Mar 2024  |  www.dailybreeze.com
Idaho volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez has been placed on leave following a preliminary report by the university’s Office of Civil Rights and Investigations, which found sufficient evidence of sex-based harassment, retaliation, and other policy violations. The investigation, which also involves a Texas law firm, has revealed allegations of discrimination, bullying, and abusive behavior by Gonzalez. Idaho athletic director Terry Gawlik, who has faced criticism for her handling of the complaints, informed the players of the decision. The final report on the investigation is expected to take weeks to complete.

Idaho volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez placed on leave

27 Mar 2024  |  www.dailybulletin.com
Idaho volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez has been placed on leave following a preliminary report by the university’s Office of Civil Rights and Investigations, which found sufficient evidence of sex-based harassment, retaliation, and other policy violations. The investigation, which also involved a Texas law firm, revealed allegations of discrimination, abuse, and misconduct by Gonzalez. Idaho athletic director Terry Gawlik, who has faced criticism for her handling of the situation, informed players of the decision. The final report on the investigation is pending, with the university expected to provide resources and support to affected student-athletes.

Idaho volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez placed on leave

27 Mar 2024  |  San Bernardino Sun
Idaho volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez has been placed on leave following a preliminary report by the university’s Office of Civil Rights and Investigations, which found sufficient evidence of sex-based harassment, retaliation, and other policy violations. The investigation, which also involved a Texas law firm, revealed allegations of discrimination, abuse, and misconduct by Gonzalez. Idaho athletic director Terry Gawlik, who has faced criticism for her handling of the complaints, informed the players of the decision. The final report on the investigation is pending, with the university expected to provide resources and support to the affected student-athletes.

Idaho expands investigation of volleyball coach Chris Gonzalez

03 Jan 2024  |  dailybreeze.com
The University of Idaho has expanded its investigation into the conduct of women's volleyball head coach Chris Gonzalez following a report detailing allegations of physical, verbal, and emotional abuse towards players. The investigation, conducted by an outside law firm, was initiated after six current players, three former players, and a university employee accused Gonzalez of abusive behavior, including pressuring injured players to compete, food deprivation, and making racially insensitive remarks. Despite the allegations, Gonzalez, who has a 5-51 record over two seasons, claims they are unfounded. The university's response has been criticized by players for being slow and dismissive, with no follow-up after initial meetings. The investigation is expected to take 60 to 90 days to complete.

Former Cal swimming coach Teri McKeever suspended by the U.S. Center for SafeSport

28 Dec 2023  |  dailynews.com
Teri McKeever, former University of California women's swimming coach, admitted to emotionally and physically abusing Cal swimmers over two decades, as revealed in a confidential document from the U.S. Center for SafeSport. The admission came after a Southern California News Group investigation reported allegations of abuse. McKeever agreed to a three-month suspension and 12 months probation, a decision criticized by former swimmers for its leniency. McKeever's attorney claimed she was a victim of a male-dominated coaching system. McKeever was previously fired by Cal after an investigation found she violated university policy by discriminating against swimmers. SafeSport was unable to make determinations on allegations prior to 2017, including claims of sexual misconduct.

Former USA Badminton employee asks court to dismiss lawsuit

11 Dec 2023  |  www.pressenterprise.com
Alistair Casey, former Safesport compliance officer for USA Badminton, filed a motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit by Jon Little, the federation's general counsel. The lawsuit alleges that Little and CEO Linda French pressured Casey not to report sexual abuse allegations to the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Casey, who was a mandatory reporter, did report the allegations, which led to Congressional scrutiny. Casey claims he was fired in retaliation and was secretly paid a $1 million settlement by USA Badminton. Little has denied wrongdoing, and Casey's attorney, Ryan Saba, states Casey is a hero for reporting the assault.

Former USA Badminton employee asks court to dismiss lawsuit

11 Dec 2023  |  www.redlandsdailyfacts.com
Alistair Casey, former Safesport compliance officer for USA Badminton, filed a motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit by Jon Little, the federation's general counsel. The lawsuit relates to allegations that Little and CEO Linda French pressured Casey not to report sexual abuse allegations to the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Casey, who was a mandatory reporter, did report the allegations, which led to Congressional scrutiny. He claims he was fired in retaliation and was secretly paid a $1 million settlement by USA Badminton.

Former USA Badminton employee asks court to dismiss lawsuit

11 Dec 2023  |  San Bernardino Sun
Attorneys for Alistair Casey, former Safesport compliance officer and chief of staff at USA Badminton, have filed a motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit brought by Jon Little, the federation’s general counsel. The lawsuit alleges that Little and USA Badminton CEO Linda French pressured Casey not to report sexual abuse allegations to the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Casey, who reported the allegations despite the pressure, claims he was fired in retaliation and later received a $1 million settlement from USA Badminton. The case has drawn Congressional attention and criticism.

Former USA Badminton employee asks court to dismiss lawsuit

11 Dec 2023  |  www.dailybreeze.com
Attorneys for Alistair Casey, former Safesport compliance officer and chief of staff at USA Badminton, have filed a motion to dismiss a defamation lawsuit brought by Jon Little, the federation’s general counsel. The lawsuit alleges that Little and USA Badminton CEO Linda French pressured Casey not to report sexual abuse allegations to the U.S. Center for SafeSport. Casey, who reported the allegations despite the pressure, claims he was fired in retaliation and was later secretly paid $1 million in a settlement by USA Badminton. The case has drawn Congressional attention and criticism.

California youth gymnastics coach under investigation for 2nd time in 5 years

12 Oct 2023  |  www.mercurynews.com
Colden Raisher, a Los Angeles-based gymnastics coach, is being investigated for alleged inappropriate behavior with minor-aged girls, marking the second investigation in five years. The U.S. Center for SafeSport and USA Gymnastics are examining claims of Raisher's one-on-one texting with athletes at The Klub Gymnastics, which is against their policies. Raisher has been placed on paid leave pending the gym's own investigation. In 2018, Raisher was suspended by USA Gymnastics but was allowed to continue coaching with restrictions. The current allegations involve potential policy violations rather than physical or sexual abuse.
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