Gay former U of Minnesota golf coach alleges discrimination

The Minnesota Daily reports that Katie Brenny, who resigned in October as the University of Minnesota's associate women’s head golf coach after only two months on the job, is gearing up to sue the U on charges of discrimination:

Brenny is openly gay and has a female partner. When asked if the alleged discrimination involved director of golf John Harris not allowing Brenny to coach after learning she was gay, Mark said, "I think that’s accurate."

The Daily reports:

... according to multiple sources closely connected with the golf program, Harris’ son-in-law and former caddy, Ernie Rose, acted as the head coach of the women’s team while Harris relegated Brenny to paperwork and a mentorship role with players.

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