Skip Kenney Suspended for Two Months Without Pay for Media Guide Mishap

PALO ALTO, California, April 20. ACCORDING to a Tom FitzGerald report in the San Francisco Chronicle, men's swimming coach Skip Kenney has been suspended for two months without pay due to intentionally changing Stanford's media guide to leave out former swimmers that left on bad terms with Kenney.

In the Stanford announcement, athletic director Bob Bowlsby stated that the school had not found any NCAA violations during an investigation into the media guide changes being made as a result of swimmers not participating in voluntary workouts. Meanwhile, Kenney will undergo counseling on conflict resolution and communication skills.

Whether the two month suspension will include time already served away from the school since NCAAs is not known at this time.

For FitzGerald's complete article, please click here.

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