The University of Utah's Board of Trustees has retained its own expert as part of the ongoing review of the school's athletics department and its handling of student-athletes' complaints about embattled swim coach Greg Winslow.
John T. Nielsen, a former prosecutor and Utah commissioner of public safety, will work with Michael Glazier and Alan Sullivan, two attorneys appointed by the U. earlier this month to conduct a review of the allegations.
"A review team is now in place to examine the allegations that have been made," Board of Trustees vice chairwoman Michele Mattsson said Monday in a news release. "We have retained outside experts to determine what took place, what was communicated to the university and how it responded. We are also seeking recommendations from the review group to ensure the continued safety and well-being of our student-athletes."