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New school, old wounds

Now at Bryant, ex-Duke lacrosse coach still grapples with scandal's fallout

Some former players see coach Mike Pressler (now coaching at Bryant) as a scapegoat for what happened at Duke, where rape charges have been dropped in the assault case from last year. Some former players see coach Mike Pressler (now coaching at Bryant) as a scapegoat for what happened at Duke, where rape charges have been dropped in the assault case from last year. (DAVID SILVERMAN/BRYANT COLLEGE)
By Jackie MacMullan
Globe Columnist / March 21, 2007

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During the most harrowing moments, when the hateful, threatening signs cropped up on his lawn under the cover of darkness, when the anonymous e-mails mentioning his children by name were delivered to him, when a university that once embraced him warmly suddenly shunned him like a pariah with a contagious disease, former Duke lacrosse coach Mike Pressler ... (Full article: 1700 words)

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