College volleyball: VCU coach says he was fired because he is gay
RICHMOND, Va. – VCU women’s volleyball coach James Finley is fighting to get his job back after he says he was fired because he is gay.
Finley, 52, has filed a complaint with VCU’s Office for Institutional Equity. University spokesperson Pamela D. Lepley said an investigation is being conducted and must be completed within 45 days.
Finley was fired on Nov. 19, one day after the Rams lost in the semifinals of the Atlantic 10 Conference tournament. The Rams finished 25-6, their best winning percentage (.806) in Finley’s eight-year tenure and their first season in the A-10.
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