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Saccoccia always willing to help

December 23, 2012

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Jan-07-13 10:56 AM

Here is an example of how a school, with a championship team, should react when students commit assault, their teammates don't assist the victim, and the coaches turn a blind eye:

"Hamline University men's basketball coach Nelson Whitmore has been indefinitely suspended and 14 players face discipline in connection with an player-on-woman assault that allegedly took place in a Spokane, Washington hotel room on New Year's Eve."

A player punched a woman fracturing her face in 3 places and 14 players either saw her attack or saw her unconscious or refused to help. I am sure these University students learned their lesson and will be stronger adults in the future. We can't say the same for our boys in Steubenville.

Saccoccia and especially the assistant coaches involved on the night of the assault should be fired.

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