Former Clemson Soccer Player Suing Over Hazing Injuries

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Posted 10 September 2014 - 09:31 PM

Lawsuit: Soccer Team's Hazing Incident Led To Permanent Brain Injuries


Worst of all is what Hunt alleges was the cover-up. The head coach instructed the team to keep quiet about the matter if they cared about the coaches' jobs. Hunt's angry parents continued agitating for an investigation until the athletic department eventually complied, only to decline any punishment of either players or coaches. Their recommendation was that the soccer team's hazing be done in a "better way" going forward.


To this day, Hunt has to undergo regular neurological treatment, takes daily medicines, and has permanent vision impairments. It is not yet clear if she will ever fully recover from the incident.


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