NYACK, N. Y. -- The lawyer representing six softball players accusing a former Nyack College softball coach of sexual harassment and groping says the former coach escaped justice with Thursday's sentence of six years of probation, according lohud.com.
The sentence was part of a plea deal for Kurt Ludwigsen, 45, who will also not be added to the state's sex offender list. Todd Krouner, lawyer for the female players, said Ludwigsen now lives in California where officials there will have to supervise him, lohud.com reports.
The players have also filed a civil suit against him and Nyack College, an evangelical Christian college.
Ludwigsen pleaded guilty in January to seven counts of misdemeanor forcibly touching women on the team, lohud.com says.
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