A former Auburn softball player accused the Tigers coaching staff of abusive treatment, shining a light on alleged patterns of sexual harassment just days before the program’s longtime head coach, Clint Myers, announced his retirement. Alexa Nemeth, who was cut by Myers after the 2017 season, filed a Title IX sexual discrimination complaint against Auburn...
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