Sorry, but I'm really confused by your post. You start with mentioning the Freeh Report and the Duke Lacrosse team, I interpreted that to mean "don't necessarily believe the report", which is a fair enough point. But, then you go on to "obviously, something very, very bad happened". So, it's not clear to me what point you are trying to make. Was the school right or wrong? I'm not picking on you, I'm just asking for clarification because I just didn't follow.
As for the rest and your speculation on the girl, I just have no idea. I'm sure there are girls who behave exactly as you describe. I am equally sure there are plenty who don't. I don't know anything at all about the girl in this report so I won't speculate, except to say the report reads to me like she was taken advantage of and treated in a way that no person should ever be treated by another person who group of people. I don't care what her intentions were, no one deserves to be treated like that and no one asks for it. Was it a crime? I don't know enough of the facts but, absent any evidence, can accept the cops felt they didn't have sufficient cause for an arrest. But, that doesn't mean the university is not within it's rights to take actions. I think it's more than just a Title IX requirement, too. At some point, the morality that should govern all people kicks in.
This is a little off the point. My original point in this story was I supported the players sticking up against an unfair process that lacks transparency and fairness. And, I still feel that way. But, given some of the details that have been filled in, this may not have been the hill they wanted to die on, if you know what I mean. It's a flawed process, but that doesn't mean they always get it wrong.