Volleyball suit gets class-action status
HARTFORD, Conn. -- A federal judge has granted class action status to a lawsuit filed by members of Quinnipiac University's volleyball team alleging gender discrimination in the school's athletic programs.
Judge Stefan Underhill's ruling means if he finds Title IX violations, he could order remedies for all current and future female athletes at the school, not just the five members of the team who sued. He rejected an attempt to add non-students who would have been deterred from enrolling ...
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