BU hockey coach Jack Parker expected to announce retirement

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March 11, 2013, 6:40 am
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(NECN) - Legendary Boston University coach Jack Parker is expected to announce his retirement after 40 years at the school.

Parker will make the announcement Monday afternoon, on his 68th birthday, according to ESPN.

Parker's teams have won three national championships, but it has been a tough season for the coach off the ice.

A university study found a "culture of sexual entitlement" surrounding the team. The report was commissioned after to BU players were charged with sexual assault in separate incidents.

Parker was stripped of his title of athletic director.

The coach has earned 894 career wins -- third-most all time -- as well as 21 Beanpot Championships.

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