Student leaders want to ban athletes convicted of sex crime
July 20, 2017
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Student leaders at Washington State University are asking administrators to adopt a policy that prevents the recruitment of any athlete who has been convicted of a sex-related crime.
They sent the request in a letter in late June to WSU President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Bill Moos.
"This is part of a larger effort to talk about sexual assault on college campuses," Jordon Frost, the student body president, said Wednesday in a telephone interview from Pullman, where Washington State is located.
Frost signed the letter along with Shane Reynolds, the graduat...