CSU-Pueblo Reaches Settlement with Suspended Player

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The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colorado)


DENVER -- Colorado State University-Pueblo, which suspended a student athlete, recently agreed to pay him to settle his lawsuit that alleges the university falsely accused him of raping his girlfriend.

Grant Neal made the allegation in a 2016 lawsuit. He was seeking an unspecified amount of money from the university as compensation for, among other things, damage to his reputation and "loss of future income prospects."

The agreement to settle the lawsuit is referred to in a court document examined Monday by The Pueblo Chieftain.

Neal was an integral part of the 2014 NCAA Division II championship football team as a freshman fullback. He played 10 games in 2015 before being suspended.

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