A spokeswoman for Steve Kirchner's school said in a statement on Monday that the review was "caused by questions from students-athletes and others." He did not specify which of these issues were.
All women's coaching basketball headquarters are suspended while watching, said UNC-Chapel Hill.
"The University of North Carolina is committed to the well-being of our athletes and to ensure that they have the best experience possible in competitions and beyond, initiated an overview of the program of women's basketball," the university said.
The Charlotte Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein will review and evaluate the women's basketball program.
UNC representatives did not give a timetable for the investigation, but said that "consideration will be thorough and timely."
"I had the privilege of training more than 200 young women during my 44 years of basketball, my goal was always to help them become the best people they can be in a basketball court and in life," Hatchell said in a statement. . "I love each of the players I trained and would do everything to encourage them and support them. I like them seven. I love them all." Of course, I will fully co-operate in this review. questions and the continuation of our very successful women's basketball program.
Other suspended coaches include Andrew Calder, head coach of the program who was at school for 33 years, Silvia Crowley, former player Tar Heal and former head coach at Boston College, and selection coordinator Staff of Bett Shelby.
Female B The sketch team left 18-15 this season and finished 8-8 at the ACC
The most widespread emotion among the faithful was Tar Cel, as the word spread over the coach Hutchell and his coaching staff.
"I have no idea What it might be, "said UNC the second time, Sam Louissaint." (University) said they had heard from the athletes themselves, but he did not do other students – not what I know. "
North Carolina Jr. Jack Noble added: "I was very surprised. I mean, I know, Sylvia Hatchell is one of the most victorious trainers of all time, and I know that she's doing a lot for the community. So, I was very surprised to hear about (suspension).
Hatchell, a supporter of the 2013 Hall of Fame, is the best female basketball coach in the history of the Atlantic coast and has a record of 1023-405 and is 751-325 per 33 years at UNC with a national title in 1994.
She was diagnosed with leukemia in 2013, a chemother I traveled back to March 2014 and returned to the next season.Tar Heels completed the 26- 9. The program also spent several seasons under the supervision of a multi-year NCAA school case involving irregular courses that included a significant number of athletes in many sports. in October 2017.
Hatchell received an expansion contract in September 2016, which runs until the end of next season.
Hatchell became the third female national team coach with 1,000 wins in 2017, made his 23rd appearance at the NCAA tournament last month and is the only coach of national championships at three levels – AIAW, NAIA and NCAA.
Tar Heels finished the season with the loss of the first round to California at the NCAA Women's Tournament, their first appearance at the tournament from 2015.
The Associated Press contributed to this report .
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