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A jury on Thursday awarded $545,000 to Trev Kiser, the former women's basketball coach at Clark College, in Washington State, who charged wrongful termination over his advocacy for female athletes, The Columbian reported. Clark's president, Bob Knight told the newspaper: “I would just have to say we are disappointed in the verdict. Clark College is reviewing our options. It would be inappropriate to comment further.” Knight was not at the college when Kiser was dismissed.