Kicked Off Team For Refusing To Kneel… Sues Coach…

For­mer Vir­ginia Tech women’s soc­cer play­er Kier­sten Hen­ing has filed a fed­er­al law­suit against Hok­ies women’s soc­cer coach Chug­ger Adair, alleg­ing that after she refused to join her team­mates kneel­ing before games this sea­son, the coach engaged in a “cam­paign of abuse and retal­i­a­tion” that led her to leave the program.

“Hening’s stance was cost­ly – too cost­ly,” the law­suit, filed March 3, reads. “Her coach dis­likes Hening’s polit­i­cal views. Because she refused to kneel, he benched her, sub­ject­ed her to repeat­ed ver­bal abuse, and forced her off the team.”

Adair, who just com­plet­ed his 10th sea­son at Vir­ginia Tech and is the program’s all-time win­ningest coach, declined to com­ment. He is being rep­re­sent­ed by uni­ver­si­ty attorneys.

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