By Brian Murphy
Former Boise State assistant track and field coach Amy Christoffersen received a payment of $40,000 on June 13 as part of her settlement with Boise State.
It is not clear from the documents obtained by the Statesman under a public records request if the payments will continue or if it is the only payment due Christoffersen.
Christoffersen filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the university, athletic director Gene Bleymaier and former track and field coach Mike Maynard in Sept. 2008. The case was scheduled for trial this month, but the parties reached a settlement in June, according to court documents.
The payment came from the Idaho Department of Administration. The budget unit was labeled "insurance management."
Christoffersen's contact with the NCAA triggered the current rules violation case against the Broncos.
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