U. of Wisconsin-Green Bay Coach Keeps Job After Investigation of Alleged Abuse

U. of Wisconsin-Green Bay Coach Keeps Job After Investigation of Alleged Abuse

June 02, 2013

The head men's basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay will keep his job after an investigation into allegations of abuse concluded that "what was alleged did not occur." In April, a former player, Ryan Bross, accused coach Brian Wardle of mistreatment. An independent investigation involved interviews with 25 witnesses. Wardle will be allowed to continue as the coach, though his contract will not be extended this year. His current contract expires in 2017. Wardle will also be assigned an adviser and will be required to be more involved in campus activities.

U. of Wisconsin-Green Bay Coach Keeps Job After Investigation of Alleged Abuse
Nick DeSantis
The Chronicle of Higher Education
May 24, 2013

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