((HT: WCIV-TV Charleston))
College of Charleston head coach Doug Wojcik was fired from his position after two separate investigations centered around alleged abuses of basketball players during practices and games.
The college had suspended Wojcik for the entire month of August and required him to undergo counseling and behavior monitoring.
"I am writing today to let you know I have made the decision to terminate Head Men's Basketball Coach Doug Wojcik's employment at the College of Charleston for just cause, pursuant to the terms of his contract, effective immediately," school president Glenn F. McConnell said in a statement.
Wojcik, in a statement through his attorney, thought the school didn't go about their investigation in a proper manner:
"The College became so desperate to invent a reason to fire Coach Wojcik that it had some of the young men on the basketball team sign sworn affidavits, which we believe contain materially false statements. The College even got one of the incoming freshmen, who has never even played for Coach Wojcik, to swear under oath that he was physically abused by Coach Wojcik. The College's so-called second investigation was so focused on finding a way to avoid its contractual obligations, that the College completed the investigation and began termination proceedings against Coach Wojcik without even looking at the video of the incidents of alleged physical abuse. We were forced to release the video to the public to show that there was no physical abuse. There are many other examples of the College's attempt to create a reason to avoid its contractual obligations. They will come out at the appropriate time."
Here's Scott Eisberg with defense from Wojcik and his attorneys before today's dismissal
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Sounds like Wojcik is far from done in a legal sense...
AD Joe Hull will be responsible for the program for the foreseeable future.