On Saturday morning, Nebraska’s athletic department announced it had suspended women’s basketball associate head coach Chuck Love with pay. Later in the afternoon, it was confirmed by a Nebraska spokesperson that Ashley Scoggin, the team’s leading 3-point shooter and starting guard, was removed from the Huskers’ roster as well.
No additional information was given on Love’s suspension in the announcement, except that it was “a personnel matter.”
Love was not on the bench during the Huskers’ game at Penn State on Thursday. He’s been an assistant under Amy Williams for the past 10 seasons and has been at Nebraska for the last six. This season was his first as the Huskers’ associate head coach. Love oversees Nebraska’s player development program across all positions.
Before his time in Lincoln, Love was an assistant at South Dakota for four seasons under Williams. Love joined Williams at South Dakota after spending the 2011-12 campaign as an assistant for the Rogers State men’s basketball team, where he was responsible for recruiting, scouting and development of post players. Williams was the Rogers State’s women’s basketball coach that year.
Scoggin did not play in Nebraska’s game at Penn State.
This story will be updated once more information is confirmed.