The College of Charleston's head basketball coach Doug Wojcik is under investigation for allegedly verbally abusing his players, reports ABCNews4.com in Charleston.
According to the report, the school hired investigators to look into Wojcik's day-to-day conduct with members of the basketball team, some of whom met with school officials last week.
The Post and Courier reported that Wojcik is expected to be placed on probation in August and undergo counseling for alleged verbal abuse of his players.
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Wojick has been at Charleston for the past two seasons, going 38-29, including 14–18 last season. He has three years left on a five-year deal that pays him a reported $400,000 per season.
Before that, Wojcik spent seven seasons at Tulsa, where he took his teams to two NIT appearances and compiled a 140-92 record.