Download the April 2017 Alabama Public Infractions Decision A former Alabama assistant football coach acted unethically when he provided false or misleading information about impermissible recruiting contacts, according to a Division I...
A former Southeast Missouri State assistant men’s basketball coach acted unethically when he arranged fraudulent academic credit for a prospect, provided false or misleading information to the NCAA enforcement staff and university, and failed to cooperate during the investigation
The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upheld the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel’s finding that a former University of Southern Mississippi head men’s basketball coach acted unethically.
A former California State University, Northridge, director of basketball operations acted unethically when he committed academic misconduct for and provided impermissible academic benefits to a total of 10 men’s basketball student-athletes
A former University of Notre Dame student athletic trainer violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when she committed academic misconduct for two football student-athletes and provided six other football student-athletes with impermissible academic extra benefits.
Southern University lacked institutional control when it failed to monitor its eligibility certification process, did not properly apply financial aid rules and did not comply with Committee on Academic Progress penalties
Thomas More College failed to monitor its women’s basketball program when it did not identify and report a women’s basketball student-athlete living impermissibly with a former assistant women’s basketball coach
A former Alabama State University head softball coach did not promote an atmosphere for compliance when she allowed student-athletes to participate in countable athletically related activity in excess of what NCAA rules allow
A former University of Mississippi women’s basketball assistant coach, a former director of basketball operations and two women’s basketball student-athletes acted unethically when they committed academic fraud to ensure the student-athletes were eligible to enroll at the university