Wichita State has accepted the resignation of head basketball coach Gregg Marshall.
WICHITA, Kan. – Wichita State University has accepted the resignation of head men’s basketball coach Gregg Marshall, per a release from the school.
Marshall says in part in the release, “This was a difficult decision, but one I feel was necessary for my family, the university and, more importantly, the student-athletes.”
As part of the resignation, the University has agreed to a contract settlement for $7.75 million, which will be paid over a period of six years.
Marshall’s resignation comes after an internal investigation into allegations that he mistreated players at various times in his tenure years with the program.
He leaves Wichita State as the winningest coach in program history, with 331 wins.