Yale University is committed to maintaining and strengthening educational, working, and living environments founded on civility and mutual respect in which students, faculty, and staff are connected by strong bonds of intellectual dependence and trust.
Sexual misconduct is antithetical to the standards and ideals of our community and will not be tolerated.
She is also the former head coach of the LSU Lady Tigers basketball team and the Spartak Moscow women's basketball team.
Chatman spent the first 20 years of her adult life at LSU as a player (1987–1991), student assistant (1991–1992), assistant coach (1992–2004) and head coach (2004–2007).
Yale aims to eradicate sexual misconduct through education, training, clear policies, and serious consequences for violations of these policies.
The University’s Title IX Coordinator has responsibility for ensuring compliance with Yale’s policies regarding sexual misconduct.
Sexual misconduct incorporates a range of behaviors including sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, stalking, voyeurism, and any other conduct of a sexual nature that is nonconsensual, or has the purpose or effect of threatening, intimidating, or coercing a person.
Much sexual misconduct includes nonconsensual sexual contact, but this is not a necessary component.
Sexual Misconduct subverts the University's mission and threatens permanent damage to the educational experience, careers, and well-being of students, faculty, and staff.
Her assist record was broken in the 2003–2004 season by Temeka Johnson.
Chatman played in the NCAA Tournament four times and posted a record of 82–38 as a player.
Chapman from Ama, Louisiana, played point guard at Hahnville High School and was a 5-time AAU All-American.
The 1991 Kodak All-American point guard played for Gunter from 1987 to 1991, starting all but one game and setting the all-time steals (346) and assists (570) records at LSU.