Indiana Bars Athletes With Sexual Violence History

April 21, 2017

Indiana University has announced a new policy under which it will ban the recruiting of any prospective athlete who has been convicted of or pleaded no contest to a felony involving sexual violence, The Indianapolis Star reported. The move comes at a time when several campuses have been criticized for recruiting and enrolling such athletes, some of whom have gone on to sexually assault students.

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