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Former Lady Vols official earned positive reviews

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jenny Moshak's personnel file shows that she received consistently positive performance reviews before retiring as Tennessee's associate director of sports medicine, less than a year after filing a lawsuit against the university for discrimination and retaliation.

A public records request showed that former Tennessee women's athletic director Joan Cronan gave Moshak 25 out of a possible 25 points in her 2008 review and 24 points in 2009 and 2010. Moshak received 21 of 25 points in her 2011 review, done by Cronan and former Tennessee associate athletic director David Blackburn.

Moshak said last month she was taking early retirement because of the university's "unwillingness to address the issues of discrimination and retaliation." Moshak and former strength coaches Heather Mason and Colin Schlosser sued the university last October.
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