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"An important consideration in deciding how to address a report of a sexual incident is to determine what the alleged victim wants," Moller wrote in an email.

But it's clear she believed she was raped by at least one assailant, allegedly a football player.

At Missouri, she was given a near-full scholarship after receiving several offers from other U. Her life would take a turn at the start of her second semester.

In February 2010, after a night of drinking, Menu Courey and a male friend returned to his apartment where they had consensual sex.

A friend said he has seen a videotape of the alleged incident that corroborates the basics of what she told medical officials, and that three Missouri football players actually were involved.

Lynn Courey, mother of the late swimmer, said she wants Missouri to share the materials it has gathered and other potential evidence with law enforcement. "Without a doubt."Sasha Menu Courey, a sprinter and relay specialist, swam at Missouri from 2009-11.

But it's clear she believed she was raped by at least one assailant, allegedly a football player.At Missouri, she was given a near-full scholarship after receiving several offers from other U. Her life would take a turn at the start of her second semester.In February 2010, after a night of drinking, Menu Courey and a male friend returned to his apartment where they had consensual sex.A friend said he has seen a videotape of the alleged incident that corroborates the basics of what she told medical officials, and that three Missouri football players actually were involved.Lynn Courey, mother of the late swimmer, said she wants Missouri to share the materials it has gathered and other potential evidence with law enforcement. "Without a doubt."Sasha Menu Courey, a sprinter and relay specialist, swam at Missouri from 2009-11."At the point that the university's administrators had notice of the alleged rape(s), they had an obligation to investigate, based on the potential harm that the alleged rapists posed and pose to the university community," said Brett Sokolow, executive director of the Association of Title IX Administrators.