Scathing report hits Boston University hockey team
BOSTON (WHDH) -- A scathing report hit the Boston University hockey team.
IThe report came after two players were accused of assaulting women on campus.
The charges were later dropped or reduced.
The report reads in part:
"Our assessment has shown that a culture of sexual entitlement exists among some players on the men's ice hockey team, stemming in part from their elevated social status on campus."
The report also stripped hockey coach Jack Parker of his title of Executive Athletic Director and found the school should have been providing greater oversight of the team.