Central Michigan U Hockey Club Suspended for Five Years, Given “Death Penalty” Over Hazing

And now, Central Michigan University, just up the road from the BadJocks Bunker is getting serious about sports hazing. Just a few weeks ago we had the SUNY Geneseo adminstration handing out the death penalty to the women’s volleyball team. Now, CMU has suspended the school’s “club” hockey team (not an official NCAA team) for five years after an off-campus hazing party. The most interesting part of the story is…

October 1, 2012
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HS Football Coach Fired After Hazing Incident That Involved “Butt Cheeks Hanging Out”

Have we heard of worse high school hazing incidents? Of course. Should a coach always be fired when an hazing incident is uncovered on their team? No. It depends on whether it can be proven the coach knew and/or condoned the behavior and if there is reason to believe they could have prevented it. This most recent hazing incident involves Scott Pearne, the now former head football coach at Jurupa Valley…

August 27, 2012
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Division II College Suspends Men’s Soccer Program Over Hazing Incident

Ever heard of Humbolt State University? Neither had we, until this report came out from Soccer America about them cancelling the entire 2012 season after an alleged hazing incident involving some heavy drinking came to light. Division II Humboldt State suspended its men’s program for the 2012 as a result of a hazing ritual at an off-campus party where new players were ordered to perform humiliating acts and engage in…

August 24, 2012
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New High School Girls Soccer Hazing Photos Emerge – Joliet West High School

It’s been nearly six years since BadJocks first stunned the sports world with photos from the Northwestern Women’s Soccer Team show players being hazed wearing blindfolds, with their hands behind their backs. Parents and educators were shocked, investigations were launched and now, in 2012, we can report progress: the same crap is now being done at the high school level. At Joliet West High School, not far from Northwestern’s Evanston,…

May 7, 2012
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BadJocks Update: Fired Lacrosse Coach @ Franklin & Marshall College Considers Legal Action

Last week we reported on Lauren Paul, the women’s lacrosse coach at Franklin & Marshall College (PA) who was dismissed from the team last week over an alleged hazing incident. Reports are now coming out that both Paul, and some of the 11 players kicked off the team, are hiring lawyers to fight back. Oh, and the few players that were left on the team decided to just end the…

May 1, 2012
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Alleged Hazing Incident on College Women’s Lacrosse Team Cost Coach Job – Lauren Paul

Former F&W women's lacrosse coach Lauren Paul
April 23, 2012

Details are scarce on this one, but one fact stands out: Lauren Paul helped lead the Franklin & Marshall College (Lancaster, PA) women’s lacrosse team to an NCAA Division III National Championship and now she’s out of a job. The cause? An alleged hazing incident last year, that involved as many as 11 upperclassman players on the team who are now all off the squad, but reportedly still in school….

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Update on the Story of Hazed Hockey Player Akim Aliu

Long time readers of BadJocks will remember the story of hockey player Akim Aliu, who fought back when junior hockey teammates tried to haze him back on 2007.  This story is for every one out there who tries to claim that there are never any negative consequences to someone who refuses to “play along” when someone attempts to do some “team bonding.” You can read the longer version of Aliu’s…

April 9, 2012
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High School Football Coaches Who Hosted “Hazing Party” Won’t Be Back Next Year – Walled Lake Western High

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April 4, 2012

Hazing in high school sports is common enough without coaches getting involved. At Walled Lake Western High School in Michigan both head coach Bill Brenner,  and an assistant, will not be back next season after the district uncovered evidence of a hazing incident at a team party held last fall.  Here’s more from the Daily Tribune: Initial reports indicated that a player was tied to a pole and struck with…

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