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A lawyer for the prosecution, Caroline Goodwin, described Lakey's offending as a “gross breach of trust”.
Daniel Konicek, an Illinois attorney who represented Jennings, said the financial settlement was significant considering there was no allegations of physical contact and Dorrance was not fired. The athletic department will pay the settlement from its 2007-08 operating budget.
He also said the lawsuit raised national awareness of sexual-harassment issues involving college athletes."Melissa's life has changed," Konicek told The Associated Press. Dorrance, who still coaches the Tar Heels, is the nation's most decorated women's soccer coach, having led the team to 19 national championships since 1979.
Other star players he has coached include April Heinrichs, Kristine Lilly, Carla Overbeck, Lindsay Tarpley and Cat Reddick.
A federal judge dismissed the Jennings case in 2004, but the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals revived it last year and sent the case back to the court for a jury trial."We have never believed that the case had any merit," UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor James Moeser said.