Bowling Green assistant coach quits
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP)
Athletic officials at
The school confirmed on Thursday that first-year assistant coach Ali Mann resigned last Thursday after it began to look into the relationship.
“This is a really sensitive topic; very emotional, not only for those involved, but for everybody involved with the program,” AD Greg Christopher told the Sentinel-Tribune. “The decision to delay laying out the timeline, was based completely on the welfare of the team. If we had done everything on Friday (Feb. 22) when we announced that Ali had resigned, I believe that real damage would have been done to the team.”
Athletic department spokesman Jason Knavel says
Christopher told the Sentinel-Tribune that the word "student" has been used because he could not say if the student was a player, a trainer, manager or practice player in the Falcons program.
Mann was a four-year starter at
Before returning to coach at