Enforcement

Former Southern Mississippi Men’s Tennis Coaches Cited for Unethical Conduct

Two former University of Southern Mississippi men’s tennis coaches were cited for unethical conduct for promising impermissible benefits to student-athletes, engaging in academic misconduct. Also, one of the coaches directed a student-...

NCAA launches external review of enforcement program

The NCAA national office has uncovered an issue of improper conduct within its enforcement program that occurred during the University of Miami investigation. Former NCAA enforcement staff members worked with the criminal defense attorney...

Board adopts tougher, more efficient enforcement program

By Gary Brown The Division I Board of Directors today adopted an overhauled enforcement structure that creates additional levels of infractions, hastens the investigation process and ratchets up penalties for the most egregious violations...

Task force members named to oversee Penn State endowment fund

An NCAA-created national task force will oversee an endowment funded by the $60 million fine imposed on Penn State. All funds from the fine will follow the endowment guidelines established by the Child Sexual Abuse Endowment Task Force and flow to programs designed to prevent child sexual abuse or assist the victims of child sexual abuse nationwide.

Penn State Sanctions

$60 million fine. The NCAA imposes a $60 million fine, equivalent to the approximate average of one year's gross revenues from the Penn State football program, to be paid over a five-year period beginning in 2012 into an endowment for...

Penn State failures draw unprecedented NCAA sanctions

By perpetuating a "football first" culture that ultimately enabled serial child sexual abuse to occur, The Pennsylvania State University leadership failed to value and uphold institutional integrity, resulting in a breach of the NCAA...

NCAA Authority to Act

NCAA Constitution References | Board Executive Committee Motion The Executive Committee acts on behalf of the entire Association and implements policies to resolve core issues, pursuant to its authority under the NCAA constitution and...

NCAA Constitution References

2.1 Scope of Responsibility. The institution's responsibility for the conduct of its intercollegiate athletics program includes responsibility for the actions of its staff members and for the actions of any other individual or organization...

Pepperdine failed to monitor athletics program

Pepperdine University failed to monitor its athletics program, according to findings by the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions. This case involved violations in five sports, including incorrect eligibility certifications of transfer...

NCAA selects Joel McGormley to lead NCAA Committee on Infractions staff

Joel McGormley, currently the appellate division chief for the Michigan attorney general, has been named the managing director of the NCAA Committees on Infractions. These committees are independent groups in each division comprised of...

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