Hazing suit at Bowling Green ends with nearly $3M settlement


              Cory Foltz, left, and his wife Shari Foltz sit next to attorney Rex Elliott in a press conference where Elliott announced that the Foltz family will receive nearly $3 million from Bowling Green State University to settle its lawsuit on Monday, Jan. 23, 2023. Foltz's son, Stone, died of alcohol poisoning in March 2021 after a fraternity initiation event where there was a tradition of new members finishing or attempting to finish a bottle of alcohol, according to a university investigation. (AP Photo/Patrick Orsagos)
            
              Shari Foltz, second left, speaks while her husband Cory Foltz, left, sit next to attorneys Rex Elliott, second right, and Sean Alto in a press conference where Elliott announced that the Foltz family will receive nearly $3 million from Bowling Green State University to settle its lawsuit Monday, Jan. 23 2023, in Bowling Green, Ohio. Foltz's son, Stone, died of alcohol poisoning in March 2021 after a fraternity initiation event where there was a tradition of new members finishing or attempting to finish a bottle of alcohol, according to a university investigation. (AP Photo/Patrick Orsagos)
            
              Shari Foltz, second left, speaks while her husband Cory Foltz, left, sit next to attorneys Rex Elliott, second right, and Sean Alto in a press conference where Elliott announced that the Foltz family will receive nearly $3 million from Bowling Green State University to settle its lawsuit Monday, Jan. 23, 2023, in Bowling Green, Ohio. Foltz's son, Stone, died of alcohol poisoning in March 2021 after a fraternity initiation event where there was a tradition of new members finishing or attempting to finish a bottle of alcohol, according to a university investigation. (AP Photo/Patrick Orsagos)
            
              FILE - Cory and Shari Foltz, the parents of a Bowling Green State University student who died in an alleged hazing incident, look on while Wood County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Dobson, left, takes questions from the media at the Wood County Courthouse, April 29, 2021, in Bowling Green, Ohio. The family of the student will receive nearly $3 million from Bowling Green State University to settle its lawsuit. A copy of the agreement announced Monday, Jan. 23, 2023 says the family of Stone Foltz and the university will work together to eliminate hazing on college campuses. (J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune via AP, Fille)
Hazing suit at Bowling Green ends with nearly $3M settlement