The President of Harvard University Drew G. Faust and the Director of Athletics Robert L. Scalise have cancelled the rest of the season for Harvard’s male soccer team.  The team is a powerhouse in the Ivy-League having been on a winning streak of six games and being rated number one in the league. She did so after finding out about a running journal in which the men on the team rate the women soccer players according to their looks in “sexually explicit terms.” Harvard’s newspaper, The Crimson first reported the allegations on October 25, 2016.

They identified sexual positions for the positions on the field that the women played. The journal has been in existence for years and was an “annual tradition” for the men’s soccer team.

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