“Brian Boland is no longer employed by Baylor University. As a personnel matter, we have no further comment,” Kaye said.
In one message, sent from Boland’s phone at 11:03 p.m. with no date shown, Boland speaks of meeting the woman “tomorrow or Friday.”
A former Baylor tennis player and a friend of the woman who asked not to be identified said the student had hoped Boland would intervene on her behalf with women’s tennis coach Joey Scrivano to see if he would reconsider his decision to not allow her on the team.
The message continues: “Want to go out for some dinner and beers? I am thinking tomorrow night on me?”
The materials do not show a response from the student.
In another series of messages that appear to be sent from Boland’s phone at 3:27 a.m., Boland says, “I guess I’m in your doghouse. If you can find something open I will meet you now since I am wide awake. Is there a bar open? I am dead serious. Of course this is not something you share with (a friend of the student and a member of Boland’s team) but since I cannot sleep I am game.”
After no response from the student, a message from Boland’s phone says, “Haha. Have you recovered yet? HaHa. Or are you seeing what is open?”
Again, after no response, a text from Boland’s phone says, “Hello.” Later, a message says, “Haha.”