San Jose State Athletic Trainer Resigns Amid Claims

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A second investigation into sexual misconduct has led a longtime San Jose State University athletic trainer to resign.

USA Today, which conducted its own investigation into the situation earlier this year, learned earlier this week that former San Jose State athletic trainer Scott Shaw left the university in August. The director of sports medicine since 2008, Shaw told the athletic department Aug. 13 he was retiring. San Jose State officials told USA Today that Shaw, whose last day was Aug. 19, had resigned.

“While the university cannot initiate discipline against a respondent who is no longer employed, the procedures set forth in the CSU Executive Orders still apply,” California State University System spokesman Mike Uhlenkamp said, “and the investigation against Mr. Shaw is continuing despite his resignation.”

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