On the eve of Syracuse’s 5 p.m. game today against Denver in NCAA Division I Final Four, a New York Times story on diversity in lacrosse chronicles an incident involving SU assistant coach Leland Rogers’ choice of words to describe an African-American player when reviewing a scouting report with players this past regular season.
According to the New York Times report published today: “Virginia’s Dom Starsia, called it ‘astonishing’ that someone in a position of authority like Rogers would use a racial term as he did.’
For more, check this story from Syracuse.com.
Here is the link to the full New York Times report.
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