Enforcement

Scouting Service Approvals

As of June 1, 2012, NCAA Division I member institutions are only permitted to subscribe to scouting services in basketball and football that are approved through the NCAA scouting service approval process. The approval process was...

Southeastern Louisiana lacked control of athletics department

Southeastern Louisiana University incorrectly certified the eligibility of student-athletes and demonstrated a lack of control over its athletics department, according to a decision announced today by the Division I Committee on Infractions.

St. Mary’s (California) and head men’s basketball coach’s findings and penalties upheld

St. Mary’s College of California head men’s basketball coach must complete a five-game suspension and will be restricted from off-campus recruiting during the 2013-14 season as issued by the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions,...

Executive Committee to gradually restore Penn State scholarships

Listen to the press conference Due to Penn State University’s continued progress toward ensuring athletics integrity, the NCAA Executive Committee is gradually restoring football scholarships the university lost because of sanctions more...

Pepperdine’s probation extended

Pepperdine University must extend its probation by one year for a total of four years as a result of not reducing scholarships in men’s volleyball as required in the school’s 2012 infractions case . According to a report issued by the...

Iowa State commits recruiting violations

As a result of self-discovered and self-report of recruiting violations in all Iowa State University sports, the Division I Committee on Infractions concluded that the university failed to monitor its athletics program. Over a three-year...

MTSU’s Rhodes to compete immediately

As a part of its continued review of Steven Rhodes’ eligibility, NCAA staff determined he may play immediately. Additionally, he will maintain all four years of his eligibility. Throughout this process, NCAA staff worked closely with...

Former University of California, San Diego women’s rowing coaches acted unethically

The University of California, San Diego failed to monitor its women’s rowing program and two of the coaches acted unethically, according to findings by the NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions. The former head women’s rowing coach and...

New reform efforts take hold August 1

NCAA membership’s efforts to improve college sports and better foster student-athlete success reached another important milestone today as the new Division I infractions model takes effect. NCAA membership direction, ideas and feedback...

New enforcement program tougher, more efficient

In 2012, Division I redesigned its enforcement structure to address a variety of concerns identified by the membership. The new enforcement structure creates additional levels of infractions, hastens the investigation process and offers...

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