DETROIT -

A judge is expected to rule Friday whether the report made by Oakland University regarding the firing of the university's former women's basketball coach will be released in its entirety.

Beckie Francis was in court Wednesday asking the details be released.

To date, the University has refused to release details to protect the privacy of students.

In June, the school released a statement Friday saying Francis' conduct and behavior in April led to an internal review in May when she was suspended without pay. It did not provide any details about her alleged conduct or the review.

Her husband, Gary Russi, announced his retirement as president of the 19,000-student suburban Detroit university on the same day Francis was relieved of her duties.

Francis, the second-winningest women's basketball coach in school history, made national news last year when she publicly discussed her past as a victim of childhood sexual abuse.

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She received the 2013 Pat Summitt Most Courageous award for her dedication to fighting childhood sexual abuse.