Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis announces retirement

Posted January 27, 2018

Hollis, who had been in the job for 10 years, disclosed the move during a meeting with a small group of reporters on campus.

Simon submitted her resignation Wednesday after Nassar, a former Michigan State employee, was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison for molesting young girls and women under the guise of medical treatment.

Michigan State is one of several co-defendants in civil lawsuits that allege the university and others shirked their responsibility to stop Nassar when given opportunities to do so.

A MI judge sentenced Nassar on Wednesday to 40 to 175 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to seven counts of criminal sexual conduct in Ingham County and admitted to using his trusted medical position to assault and molest girls under the guise of medical treatment.

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In the meantime, the United States Olympic Committee is urging the entire USA Gymnastics board of directors to resign, following Nassar's sentencing.

Some of the more than 150 women and girls who have accused him said they complained to the sports medicine staff, a campus counselor and the women's gymnastics coach as far back as the late 1990s.

University board members, who are elected in statewide votes, are also under intense scrutiny, prompting two members to say they would not seek re-election. USAG said it "embraces the requirements". "I said, 'You know, Kathie, he did it to Lindsey, too, ' and she was like, 'Oh, no. Lindsey, you know, was Larry's favorite.' And I'm like, 'Yup, I know.' And, I go, 'But, you know, we're really upset about this, and I think we need to speak to the authorities tomorrow.' And she said, 'This is a legal medical procedure, Christy.' So she knew that this had been going on". Some gymnasts said assaulted them there.

Lorenzo Santavicca, president of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, told the crowd that - no matter the school's leadership - students are ultimately what defines the university. A document obtained by ESPN says MSU administrators did not notify federal officials that the university had dual Title IX and campus police investigations of Larry Nassar underway in 2014, even though federal investigators were on campus that year investigating the two federal complaints.

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Outside The Lines published a report Friday that outlined a history of sexual assault problems within Michigan State's athletic department.

"We'll look at the report", Beekman said.

People attending the rally were encouraged to fill out a postcard with the salutation of "Dear Enabler (blank)" and to send it to a member of the board of trustees.

Following Nassar's sentencing, Michigan State University released a statement, saying, "We are committed to continue supporting those in our community affected by these bad crimes". "Had she ever received any information to cast doubt on the appropriateness of that trust in Dr. Nassar, she would have reacted immediately to protect her gymnasts". "I am so truly sorry", Brian Mosallam said. "You guys inspire me!", Lemke wrote, though it was unclear when in the past few days the photo was taken. "When you see things like this it's hard not to say "I'm proud to be a Spartan" because this is unbelievable".

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The statement did not directly address Nassar, who has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting at least 10 female gymnasts. Larry Nassar is escorted into the courtroom last Thursday. "Larry, how many of us are there?"

Though Hollis will not be involved with the university in any capacity past January 31, he said he will fully cooperate with investigations now being conducted by the Michigan Attorney General's Office or the NCAA, which both opened investigations this week into the university's handling of Nassar.