The timeline of Cougars basketball coach Doug Wojcik's tenure:
April 2, 2012: Wojcik is hired as 22nd College of Charleston men's basketball coach.
Nov. 15, 2012: C of C beats Towson, 75-58, in first game under Wojcik.
March 19, 2013: C of C loses to George Mason, 78-77, in CBI Tournament to end season with 24-11 record.
April 2013: During exit interviews with former players, Matt Sundberg, Bart Benton, Andrew Lawrence and Trent Wiedeman, C of C AD Joe Hull hears first complaints about Wojcik's coaching style.
May 2013: Hull meets with former C of C President George Benson to discuss players' complaints. Benson tells Hull to meet with Wojcik to discuss the issue.
May 2013: Hull and Wojcik have heated exchange during end-of-the-year review.
Nov. 9, 2013: C of C loses to defending NCAA champion Louisville, 70-48, in season opener.
March 8, 2014: C of C loses to William & Mary, 70-59, in CAA Tournament to end season with 14-18 record.
May 2014: C of C launches outside investigation into accusations of Wojcik's verbal abuse of players and athletic staff members.
May 15, 2014: Wojcik is informed for the first time during a meeting with Benson that he is being investigated.
June 26, 2014: Investigation is completed and a 50-page report is given to Benson and Hull for review.
June 30, 2014: Hull meets with players during an hour-long meeting and informs them that Wojcik will be fired. Benson overrules Hull's decision and suspends Wojcik for one month without pay and orders Wojcik to undergo counseling.
July 1, 2014: Glenn McConnell becomes president of College of Charleston.
July 2014: McConnell launches second Wojcik investigation after allegations of physical abuse from former C of C guard Trevonte Dixon.
July 29, 2014: Scott Tompsett, Wojcik's attorney, releases game and practice video to rebut Dixon's claims of physical abuse.
Aug. 1, 2014: Wojcik begins serving one-month suspension without pay.
Aug. 5, 2014: Wojcik is fired.
Notice about comments:
The Post and Courier is pleased to offer readers the enhanced ability to comment on stories. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We ask that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point.