WACO, Texas (AP) — Attorneys for a woman who filed a lawsuit against Baylor University accusing it of ignoring her reported rape by a football player say the case is settled.

The suit filed by Jasmin Hernandez alleged institutional indifference to her rape by a player who was later convicted.

READ MORE: 'A Step Towards Healing And Normalcy' Colleyville Synagogue Holds Services A Week After Hostage Standoff

Her attorney, Alexander Zalkin, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that agreements were reached over the weekend. He declined to reveal the terms.

Hernandez’s lawsuit also named ex-football coach Art Briles and former athletic director Ian McCaw.

READ MORE: McPherson FG As Time Expires Lifts Bengals Past Titans 19-16

However, lawyers for both Briles and McCaw said their clients were dismissed from the case. Briles’ attorney added that they “wouldn’t pay them a dime.”

A Baylor spokesman declined to comment.

MORE NEWS: TCU Stuns No. 15 Iowa State 59-44

(© Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)