Regina Sullivan, a senior associate athletic director, filed a complaint against the University of Minnesota in March 2013 after she was fired in October 2012.
Teague, Sullivan said, "expected a woman in my position to take a passive role and defer to men's opinions" regarding Title IX issues, the Star Tribune report read.
He didn't respond to requests for comment Monday from The Associated Press about the Star Tribune report.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
Kaler characterized the behavior as that of one man and not indicative of the entire athletic department.
He also said Friday that the reports were the first indication that Teague had mistreated women."This is the first report of sexual harassment that the university received on Norwood Teague," he said flatly.
"The idea that 'this isn't some guy who's dangerous to women,' that in itself is a major window into the mentality that we are up against," she said.
"If you have the commander of a precinct making comments like that, he’s setting a tone for all the officers of a unit about how seriously to take acquaintance rape cases.
After Teague left for Minnesota in April 2012, a settlement for 5,000 was reached with Cunningham in July of that year, the records show.