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Carol Anne



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PostPosted: 07/25/19 6:48 am    ::: MaChelle Joseph files lawsuit against Georgia Tech Reply Reply with quote

MaChelle Joseph files lawsuit against Georgia Tech alleging sex discrimination

https://www.ajc.com/sports/college/machelle-joseph-files-lawsuit-against-georgia-tech-todd-stansbury/hiPMtIpdWpVLIneTllOX0I/amp.html?__twitter_impression=true

My Tweet: Regarding her complaint about unequal facilities for the women's team: only after @KimMulkey led the Baylor Lady Bears to the 2005 national championship did they get a comparable locker room, practice gym, etc. 🏀🗑️


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PostPosted: 07/25/19 12:01 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

And thus begins a long and winding lawsuit that will likely end up being an out of court settlement with a non-disclosure agreement.
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PostPosted: 02/18/21 11:21 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

https://www.ajc.com/sports/georgia-tech/ncaa-alleges-rules-violations-by-ex-georgia-tech-coach-machelle-joseph/4LX3JG3EOFCHTGHRX5VCSXRSWI/

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The NCAA’s charges, which stemmed from Tech’s own reporting of the matter to the NCAA in 2019, are threefold. Perhaps most notably, the NCAA found that on three occasions in 2018 she provided about $200 in cash to two team members (a total of approximately $600), with the money in one instance to be used for movie tickets for the team as a team-building exercise, on another occasion to pay for activities for team members accompanying a prospect on an official visit and a third time for unspecified purposes. They all would constitute violations of rules regarding impermissible extra benefits. If true, this would mean that team members competed in the 2018-19 season while ineligible.

Moreover, according to the NCAA report, “Joseph provided cash to a student-athlete within approximately two weeks of the enforcement staff interviewing her and asking her questions regarding whether she provided money or other impermissible benefits to prospective student-athletes.”

The NCAA also found that Joseph, from at least the 2016-17 academic year until the time of her being placed on leave in February 2019, had exceeded mandated daily and weekly time limits, did not provide required days off during the season and also permitted graduate managers to perform coaching duties (providing “tactical or technical instruction” during practice, on scheduled off days and outside of practices in the summer). NCAA rules stipulate that only members of the staff designated as coaches can provide instruction to athletes.


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PostPosted: 02/18/21 1:03 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Ah, the colorful college coaching capers of Lin Dunn and MaChelle Joseph -- will we ever know the full stories, or want to?
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