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The University’s internal investigation, obtained by KRQE News 13, says similar incidents with the women’s soccer team have gone on for years.
“This seems to have been an on-going ‘tradition’ that individuals take part in, as every student athlete who has been here for more than one year, stated they went through something similar,” the report says.
The report makes it clear that at least one coach either knew hazing had been going on for years, or should have known, saying there were “indications that assistant coach Krista Foo knew about this, as she went through it herself.”
Investigators add that they didn’t independently confirm those allegations, reported by the players.
The report says the hazing was a two and a half hour ordeal with drinking at two different house parties.
It says upperclassmen put signs with “inappropriate nicknames” on the players and wrote words on players bodies.
They were told to kiss the butts of the upperclassmen, and several did.
It gets worse from there, describing the team using frozen hot dogs to perform “inappropriate gestures.”