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Brendan Faherty Biography, Wiki

Brendan Faherty is a resident of Guilford, Conn. He was the Yale Women’sSoccer Coach and fired with the Sexual Misconduct Allegations. The allegations against him were exposed after an independent investigation by The Yale Daily News.

The publication, directed by students, first informed the university on Monday, November 18, 2019, about these accusations. On Wednesday of the same week, Vice President of Communications, Nate Nickerson, told the Daily News that Faherty no longer works at Yale. Nickerson said in a statement: “Yale hired Brendan Faherty, the main women’s soccer coach, in December 2018, after each hiring underwent a background check and a careful review of previous employment, none of the information communicated. by the Yale Daily News on Monday, which are deeply worrying, was announced during the interview and review process. ”

In response to the accusations, his lawyers made the following statement:

“Mr. Faherty is deeply disappointed with the allegations of more than ten years ago in the Yale Daily News and the actions taken by Yale University in response to the report,” the lawyers said. “He denies having friendly relations.” It also denies any inappropriate sexual interaction or contact, according to the report, is no longer employed at Yale. ”

In 2001, he graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in athletic training. He then spent a year as a coach in England, where he graduated in 2002 with a postgraduate degree in the football industry at the University of Liverpool according to his biography UMass. Soon after, he started a career as a college football coach, who started in New Haven and culminated in a position as head coach at Yale.

Brendan Faherty Wife & Children

He is married to his wife called Therese. together with his wife, they have one daughter who is known as Ellie.

Brendan Faherty Education

He graduated from Northeastern University in 2001 with a degree in athletic training. He then spent a year as a coach in England, where he earned a postgraduate degree in football industries at the University of Liverpool in 2002, according to his biography of the University of Massachusetts.

Brendan Faherty Career

He was hired in 2018 and has only been with the Yale women’s soccer team for two seasons. When he was hired in 2018, he was the first employee of the new Athletic Director, Vicky Chun.

Mr. Faherty spent three years as the head coach of the women’s soccer program at Stony Brook University on Long Island before Yale hired him. In 2016, Mr. Faherty’s first year at Stony Brook, the America East Conference named him coach of the year.

Brendan Faherty Victims

The report also said that another former player said she and Mr. Faherty had a consensual sexual relationship that lasted for several years. Both players were 18 or older at the time, according to the report, which was based on interviews with several women whom it did not name. Yale explicitly prohibits coaches from having sexual relationships with students, the student newspaper said.

Brendan Faherty Removal

The head coach of the Yale women’s soccer team left the university this week after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced from when he coached at a nearby college in Connecticut a decade ago.

It was the second time in a year that the team’s head coach had left because of a scandal. The previous job holder was ensnared in the Justice Department’s sweeping Varsity Blues investigation into college admissions bribery.

As of Wednesday, the head coach, Brendan Faherty, was no longer employed by the university, Yale officials said in an email on Thursday confirming that his departure was prompted by a report in the student newspaper on his tenure at the University of New Haven.

Brendan Faherty Assault Allegations

Basing on the independent investigation conducted by The Yale Daily News, the ex-coach is accused of “abusing his position” with multiple players during his time at New Haven from 2003-2009. Categorically, five players spoke to the student publication about his apparent abuse, including an instance where he allegedly forced a player to get into bed with her, and groped her breasts, and another instance where he engaged in a “consensual” relationship with a player, one which went on for years after she stopped playing for him. In another instance, another three former players told the publication that they would drink with the coach. Three others told the publication that he would often come to bars to meet his players.

The supposed groping incident, as relayed by the victim, took place after the former coach attended a concert with three players in New York City, then offered to drive them home after. The victim said Faherty was driving recklessly, and that he refused to drop her off after he dropped the others off. He insisted she stay at his house, the victim said. “[He] was insistent in a way that I didn’t feel comfortable contradicting him,” she explained to the publication. “So I was laying in his bed — stiff as a board, on the very edge — trying not to initiate any kind of contact, and he starts groping me underneath my shirt [and] commenting about my breasts.” The victim further stated that she heard from him years later through a Facebook message, in which he was apparently reaching out in order to compile a gift book for a player. The alleged message from Faherty reads, “Long, long, time no talk and I’ve been meaning to reach out for a long time to say I’m sorry for the way things ended at New Haven for you in regards to soccer and with me. If I could go back and do things differently, I would, but all I could do was move on and be a better person and coach in the future.”

In another separate incident, the former player who engaged in a “consensual” intimate relationship with him over several years, told the publication that she felt “exploited” by Faherty in contemplation. She said, “It was consensual in that it was not forced. I do, however, remember feeling kind of frozen, like I couldn’t believe it was actually happening … He had been a trusted adult in my life and he was older than me, so it seemed surreal that he would even have an interest in me in that way. It devastated me … I became more isolated and depressed — I had a secret life I was unable to speak about. As a young woman barely into my twenties, this was horrible and pretty unhealthy.”
He did not comment on any of the claims made against him.

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