UVA Volleyball Players Recorded Coaches Before Firings

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A former member of the University of Virginia women's volleyball coaching staff claims a coaches-only meeting was secretly recorded by players in the lead-up to the coaches' dismissal and the remainder of the Cavaliers' season being canceled.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the dismissed staff member said players held their cell phones up to the door and adjacent walls of the Miami-area hotel room where the coaches met for three hours following a 3-0 loss at Miami on March 14 that kept Virginia winless in the ACC.

As reported by the Times-Dispatch, it is unknown if the players demanded the coaches’ termination, but the former staff member said continuing the season at that point would have been untenable.

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