Grambling State officials are meeting this weekend in an effort to reach a resolution with disgruntled football players and avoid any more forfeits.University spokesman Will Sutton said Saturday that players were given the weekend off but that officials were in touch with some of them by phone. Sutton said a practice is scheduled for Monday, though it is unclear if players will show up. Grambling players refused to travel from their Louisiana campus for Saturday’s game at Jackson State because of issues they have with leaders of the athletic department and the university. Grambling forfeited the game against Jackson State. ESPN reported Saturday that it had obtained a letter detailing player complaints, which included mold in the locker room and improperly cleaned uniforms contributing to an increased likelihood of staph infections. Sutton said that local health department inspectors, acting on an anonymous tip, recently visited Grambling athletic facilities and recommended changes to improve conditions, but did not deem those facilities a health hazard. Sutton added that buildings throughout campus, including the library, have similar problems because of neglect, and that the conditions football players have complained of are symptomatic of problems campus-wide stemming from substantial budget cuts.TCU roundup • Women’s tennis: Simona Parajova and Stefanie Tan reached the semifinals in the singles bracket at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championship at Friedman Tennis Center. Parajova beat Elizabeth Begley of Texas 6-3, 6-1. Tan rallied to beat Victoria Kisialeva of Baylor 6-7, 6-3, 6-3. TCU’s two doubles teams lost in the quarterfinals. Singles play begins at noon today. • Swimming & diving: TCU earned a pair of 200-freestyle relay titles and four event crowns against visiting North Carolina, but the Tar Heels won the men’s division 188-109 and the women’s division 200-97.Texas Wesleyan • Women’s soccer: Lauren Kee scored two goals, leading Texas Wesleyan to a 2-1 victory at the University of Science and Arts in Chickasha, Okla. Brianna Wilson had an assist for the Rams (9-2-2, 3-2-1 Sooner Athletic Conference). • Volleyball: The Rams (14-15, 5-5 SAC) beat visiting Southwestern Christian.