Coaches dating players
Multiple sources aware of the situation said the unidentified woman is pregnant with Summitt’s child, SB Nation’s blog Swish Appeal reported.The 25-year-old Summitt, who is married, released a statement Thursday announcing his abrupt departure from the university.“I am profoundly disappointed in myself for engaging in a relationship that has negatively affected the people I love, respect and care about the most.Officially, it’s Nate Hickey, who appeared in two games for the Providence Steamrollers way back in 1948 just days before turning 46.Tyler Summitt, the son of trailblazing University of Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt, has resigned as the head coach of Louisiana Tech’s women’s basketball team over an inappropriate relationship with a player.FUTURES’ Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) program facilitates these connections by providing high school athletic coaches with the resources they need to promote respectful behavior among their players and help prevent relationship abuse, harassment, and sexual assault. From Sacramento and Dallas, to India and South Africa, the program’s messages have proven universal.
The television, radio, print, and online ads leveraged over 3 million in donated media and catalyzed grassroots efforts in communities across the country.In 2014, the Times reported Summitt was axing players who didn’t meet five standards: belief, family, character, competition, and toughness.“There have been difficult decisions which will happen with any coaching transition.But one of those standards is character and if you cross that line, you won't be a Lady Techster,” said Summitt, whose Christian identity earned him a story on Billy Graham’s website.“Lady Techsters walk in a certain way, they talk in a certain way.Summitt graduated from the University of Tennessee, where his mother coached the Lady Vols for 38 years before her diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease caused her to step down in 2012, ESPN reported.
He was a student assistant coach for his Hall of Fame mother and also co-founded The Pat Summitt Foundation, dedicated to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s.He left the job with an overall losing record of 30-31, the Shreveport Times reported.