This is the perfect example of why women’s soccer is such a mess. You can’t truly, factually say that he is not a good coach. He’s had success everywhere he has gone. You can not like someone and that person also be a good coach. Still love how there have been no specific examples mentioned of the so called abuse (pushed a player to the ground on day 1- GTFOH, that makes me not believe the allegations even more…. Feels a lot like most of the other cases where complaints are made and because it’s womens soccer the admin chooses to just move on and pay a settlement to the coach. Student athletes these days know the buzz words and throwing out words like mental abuse is like saying chest pains in the ER to get your way. There are legal definitions of these allegations and usually when nothing nothing specific or immediate comes out- it means that general counsel told the AD he didn’t do anything illegal, but it’s not worth the headache so pay him to leave.