More players have come forward accusing Boston University women's basketball coach Kelly Greenberg of bullying.
Four players quit the team in the last year, claiming Greenberg harassed them, according to WCVB-TV.
The Boston Globe reported Saturday that two more players came forward to accuse the coach of bullying.
The university has opened an investigation. Greenberg, 46, has coached the team for the last 10 years.
The Globe reported one player said Greenberg was unsympathetic after the player suffered two concussions, allegedly telling her to "act like an adult." Greenberg also told one student she should "go tanning" to improve her appearance, according to the Globe.
Greenberg's lawyer told the Globe Greenberg has been "a mentor and positive role model."