HARTFORD, Conn. -- Yale University and a former basketball captain have settled a lawsuit stemming from his expulsion over sexual misconduct allegations that he denied.
A federal judge in Hartford on Tuesday dismissed Jack Montague's lawsuit. Details of the agreement were not disclosed. Yale spokesman Thomas Conroy declined to comment.
Lawyers in the case issued a statement saying only that "the parties have resolved the case to their mutual satisfaction.''
Montague sought monetary damages over his February 2016 expulsion. He also sought readmission to Yale but went on to attend Belmont University in Tennessee.
Montague was expelled after a woman testified before Yale's Unified Committee on Sexual Misconduct that much of a 2014 sexual encounter with the player was not consensual. No criminal charges were ever brought.
Montague's lawsuit alleges that the accusations against him were brought by a Title IX officer who coerced the woman to cooperate with the complaint by informing her that Montague had received sensitivity training in another case. His lawyers contend that is a violation of the school's confidentiality rules.
That earlier case involved an argument in which Montague allegedly shoved a folded paper plate down a woman's top.
Montague also asserted that the woman told Yale that he likely didn't hear her when she asked him to end the encounter.
Yale's attorneys have said the woman, identified only as Jane Roe, made it clear that she did not want to have intercourse and that the school and its officials acted appropriately.
Montague also argued that his accuser was allowed to give a lengthy, emotional statement to the committee, while he was denied a similar opportunity.
Because of the expulsion, Montague, a guard, missed the end of his senior season at Yale, which included an Ivy League championship and the first NCAA tournament victory for the Bulldogs.