Lindsey Gray-Walton enters her fourth season as head coach of the Oklahoma volleyball team in 2021 after leading the Sooners to their first NCAA Tournament Appearance (2019) since 2014.
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Phone. (859) 257-2532. Lindsey Gray-Walton begins her eighth season as an assistant coach with the Wildcats in 2017 after being hired to the position in January of 2010. Gray-Walton serves as the Wildcats’ recruiting coordinator.
McLaughlin has filed a lawsuit against OU, coach Lindsey Gray-Walton and assistant coach Kyle Walton for a minimum of $75,000 for each of five complaints, including a violation of her First ...
The College Fix reports that team coaches Lindsey Gray-Walton and Kyle Walton asked the players to watch the Netflix documentary "13th," which shows the "intersection of race, justice, and mass incarceration in the United States," as The New York Times describes.
Head volleyball coach Lindsey Gray-Walton and Assistant Coach Kyle Walton are both listed as defendants in the suit.
PHOTOS: OU volleyball falls to Texas Tech 3-0 Edward Reali, Assistant Visual Editor ... OU head coach Lindsey Gray-Walton talks to players before the game against Texas Tech on Oct. 15.
Kyle Walton enters his fourth season as volunteer assistant at Oklahoma. After being named to head coach Lindsey Gray-Walton's inaugural staff, Walton was a part of the Sooners’ record ...
McLaughlin is suing OU, volleyball coach Lindsey Gray-Walton and assistant coach Kyle Walton for a minimum of $75,000 for each of five complaints, including an infringement on her First Amendment rights. The case is pending in Oklahoma City federal court. The university and McLaughlin's attorney declined to comment on the lawsuit.
Former Sooner setter Kylee McLaughlin is suing OU volleyball head coach Lindsey Gray-Walton, assistant coach Kyle Walton and the university for a minimum of $75,000, claiming she had been excluded
McLaughlin is suing the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, volunteer assistant coach Kyle Walton, and OU volleyball head coach Lindsey Gray-Walton for a minimum of $75,000, according to the lawsuit, saying that the school discriminated against her for expressing beliefs that “did not fit the culture” at OU.