"She said, 'I can file this, but there are going to be serious consequences for you and Nassar, '" Boyce said.
Breslin said in a statement he read on behalf of the whole board that the university would be seeking an outside review and would look to implement changes at MSU.
Snyder was mulling a move after ESPN aired a story detailing a number of allegations of sexual assault and violent attacks on women occurred with Spartan football and basketball players. "And clearly at Michigan State that hasn't been the priority for the past 20 years".
Protesters Susan Haidar and Monica Booker both say they are upset with MSU's top heads and they want them out. "Every incident reported in that article was documented by either police or the Michigan State Title IX office". He has been the Spartans' athletic director since 2008 and was chairman of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Committee last season. He said that is "absolutely false".
Through the streets of East Lansing, and the Michigan State Campus, dozens of students took part in a March for Change.
Flash-forward two years to 1994 when he started to assault Olympic medalist Jamie Dantzscher, which would last for six years.
Additionally, students attending the evening basketball game are encouraged to wear teal T-shirts for a "Teal Out" of the Izzone.
Beekman and Byrum declined to comment on whether Simon should have taken more accountability with her parting message. "This was not an easy decision", Hollis said Friday morning.
Meanwhile, the board has invited an outside entity to investigate university policies and culture.
While the university president, Lou Anna Simon, resigned earlier this week after vast pressure from board members, that does little to make up for the years of neglected abuse.
Under the Michigan Constitution, the governor can remove or suspend public officers for "gross neglect of duty", corruption or "other misfeasance or malfeasance".
In a statement announcing he was leaving the university, Hollis said his heartbroken "thinking about the incomprehensible pain all of them and their families have experienced". The USOC had threatened to decertify the organization, which besides picking USA national teams is the umbrella organization for hundreds of clubs across the country.
And then, one after another, board members spoke. USAG said it "embraces the requirements".
The House Energy and Commerce Committee has begun an investigation of sexual abuse in organized sports.
Michigan State University has also been accused of covering up the years of sexual abuse while Nassar worked there. He claimed that it was medical treatment. He's the second university official to step down this week. Olympic gymnasts Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney and Jordyn Wieber said they were victims when Nassar was a doctor at USA Gymnastics. The report discovered a "pattern of widespread denial, inaction and information suppression" of sexual assault allegations.
Michigan State University trustees chose a university vice president Friday to until an interim president is chosen. The school's president and athletic director have resigned. Before that he served as executive director of the MSU Alumni Association. He has an undergraduate degree from the school.
Former Michigan State gymnast Lindsey Lemke, who gave a victim's impact statement during Nassar's sentencing on seven charges, told the crowd she was inspired by their numbers.