A punishing workout from February 2018 sent one Houston soccer player to the hospital for five days, diagnosed with the potentially deadly medical condition rhabdomyolysis. Initially, the university denied requests for interviews with women's soccer coach Diego Bocanegra, Athletic Director Chris Pezman and Khator.
One player told Channel 2 Investigates, "I'm ashamed of the fact that she won't speak."
However, at last month's Board of Regents meeting, Khator finally opened up, telling KPRC 2 Investigates: "I can guarantee you whatever comes out there -- and your questioning has helped us, obviously -- whatever comes out there, action will be swift.”
PassionforSoccer2019: MR was like the investigative reporter who found out to much. Oh and by the way their Girls DOC resigned today bc of the leadership - or lack there of.
Sept 10, 2019 20:54:00 GMT -5
atlsoccerdad: MR was given a nice package to leave quietly and keep his mouth shut. Some shady things at Rush for sure... probably all the way up at the National level...
Sept 11, 2019 22:35:45 GMT -5
slickdaddy96: MR has a history of not staying too long anywhere though at least recently and for dropping some curse words regularly as well though.
Sept 12, 2019 7:30:06 GMT -5