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article imageSoftball coach accused of sending team out to find him dates

By Owen Weldon     Mar 10, 2013 in Odd News
A high school softball coach decided to submit his resignation after being accused of sending his team of girls out to find him dates.
Troy Hennum submitted his resignation to Seattle Public Schools on Friday, after his alleged dating hunt was brought to light by a woman who was targeted for a date, according to Yahoo.
According to DeadSpin, Hennum, 25, only started his job last week, but was shortly placed on unpaid leave before he put his resignation in. The woman who brought his scavenger hunt to light was Katharine Aagard. She said that she was working last Friday when a group of girls, giggling, approached her and told her what their mission was. Later on that day, the 21-year-old started to get text messages from the coach.
Hennum wrote her and introduced himself and said that he wanted to see if she was legit. The two started to joke around over the course of a few hours, and then wrote that he was a genius for getting his girls to find him a girl. He eventually wrote her again and asked if she was single or if he was just wasting his time.
According to Kiro, Hennum told the girls to "find cute girls" and have them give their numbers.
The woman decided to tell on the coach because she told a friend about the texting between her and the coach, and the woman decided that the whole thing as creepy.
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