Boston University is investigating allegations that Kelly Greenberg, the women's basketball coach, has engaged in bullying and emotional abuse of players, The Boston Globe reported. The investigation follows the decision of four women to leave the team this year, with all four saying that they had been emotionally abused. One said she was so damaged that she thought about suicide. Similar complaints were filed against Greenberg by her team seven years ago. Greenberg declined to comment.
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