More than 100 women and girls have given statements at Nassar's sentencing hearing in MI or have had statements read on their behalf.
Nassar, 54, has admitted molesting athletes during medical treatment and has been sentenced to 60 years in prison on child pornography charges.
The resignations of chairman Paul Parilla, vice chairman Jay Binder and treasurer Bitsy Kelley were announced Monday while Nassar victims spoke for a fifth day at a MI court hearing.
As more details surface about Larry Nassar, who pleaded guilty in November to charges that he molested numerous girls as a doctor for the USA national gymnastics team, Michigan State University has received more criticism. Nassar has admitting molesting athletes during treatment when he was employed by Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics, which trains Olympians.
A 15-year-old girl says Michigan State University is still billing her for medical appointments during which she says a sports doctor sexually assaulted her. Former President Steve Penny quit last March after critics said the organization failed to protect gymnasts from abusive coaches and Nassar. "My mom is still getting bills".
Lynn Raisman wrote Saturday on her social media account, "Dear Tom Izzo, I'm sorry it's been a hard week for you".
USA Gymnastics later waived the order last week following criticism, saying Maroney would be free to discuss the abuse without fear of financial penalty.
"MSU sports medicine charged me for those appointments".
Geddert was close friends with Nassar, standing in his wedding party, and several women have said that the two men protected each other at different times when their careers came under fire. "As the board identifies its next chair and fills the vacant board positions, we remain focused on working every day to ensure that our culture, policies and actions reflect our commitment to those we serve".
Raisman made her victim impact statement against Dr. She suggested that Judge Rosemarie Aquilina ignore the 25-40 year punishment laid out in the plea agreement's guidelines and send a message to the rest of the world about his crimes. "But in fact, the hardest thing I've ever had to do is process that I'm a victim of Larry Nassar". "Tell us who knew what and when", she said. "In one of your last public acts, actually help someone".
"Larry, how many of us are there?" It's not clear yet if he will choose to do so.