A former student and TCU agreed Friday to settle her lawsuit involving her report of a sexual assault by three Horned Frog athletes five years ago, attorneys said.
The case was scheduled to go to trial Monday.
The woman's attorney, Susan Hutchison, said the settlement's terms are confidential. She said her client, who no longer attends TCU, is happy to resolve the matter "so she can move on with her life."
The woman will continue to pursue claims against the athletes, Hutchison said.
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George Haratsis, a TCU attorney, wrote in an e-mail Friday to The Associated Press that TCU has "satisfactorily resolved" the suit and will not comment further.
In October 2006, the woman reported to police that she was drugged and raped in a campus dormitory by two TCU basketball players and a member of the football team.
The athletes were indicted on sexual assault charges and expelled for violating a university policy against inflicting bodily injury or emotional harm. But the charges were dropped by the Tarrant County district attorney's office. Prosecutors have declined to give a reason.
The woman's suit accused TCU officials of engaging in fraud by telling her when she was considering attending the school that it didn't recruit "miscreant" athletes.
Court documents filed in the case detail how the football player, Lorenzo Jones, and one of the basketball players, Virgil Taylor, entered the university with criminal histories and remained with their programs even when their academic work and conduct were called into question.
TCU, in its court filings, called the incidents cited by the woman "blown out of proportion." The woman is identified in the suit by her initials. The AP generally doesn't identify accusers in sexual assault cases.