Ex UM-strength coach complains of discrimination
MISSOULA (AP) — A former University of Montana strength coach has filed a complaint with the Montana Human Rights Bureau alleging his contract wasn't renewed because of health problems and his claim that a female staff member was sexually harassed.
Scott Kirchmann filed a complaint in late March alleging school officials discriminated against him due to neck problems that required surgery. It said school officials informed him on Oct. 10 they would not renew his contract.
Just a day before they made the announcement, Kirchmann had complained that a female trainer had been subjected to d...