Former University of Connecticut men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun has been named in a Title IX discrimination suit filed on behalf of the former associate athletic director at the University of St. Joseph.
Plaintiff Jaclyn Piscitelli filed the suit Wednesday morning in federal court in Connecticut against St. Joseph, where Calhoun has worked since September 2018. Calhoun’s former employer, the University of Connecticut, is not part of the litigation. St. Joseph is the only defendant.
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