A former Michigan football player and a member of the program’s 1997 national championship team is one of over three dozen accusing an ex-team doctor of sexual assault, according to a report.

The University of Michigan first began investigating claims of sexual abuse against Dr. Robert Anderson in July 2018, when a student-athlete who competed in the 1970s contacted the school about the situation. The school concluded that investigation in 2018, and in February 2020 urged any former students who believed they were abused by Anderson to reach out to the school’s compliance hotline.

Attorney Parker Stinar told the Associated Press that one of the individuals he is representing is a former member of the football team, who played in the 1990s. Another is a former hockey player, who also played in the NHL.

No names were revealed in the report.

Anderson was the director of University Health Service and football team doctor at Michigan from 1968-2003. He died in 2008.