Details Emerge in CSU Swim Coach's Resignation

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Details surrounding the resignation of Cleveland State University men’s swimming and diving coach Paul Graham have begun to come to light.

Graham resigned from his post in February, just a week before the Horizon League Championships, according to Swim Swam. At the time, the reasons for his resignation were unclear. Now, Cleveland.com reports that Graham’s resignation comes after an internal review that found that allegations of drug use within the program “had merit.”

The school launched the investigation when the allegations first came to light in February. Graham, as well as two other senior athletic department officials, have resigned since the investigation began.

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