Committee on Infractions (COI)

King men’s basketball program committed violations

The King (Tennessee) men’s basketball program committed violations involving the university’s work-study program, impermissible benefits and academic misconduct.

Texas A&M football program violated NCAA rules

The Texas A&M football program violated NCAA recruiting and countable athletically related activity rules between January 2018 and February 2019

Idaho men’s basketball program violated NCAA rules

The University of Idaho men’s basketball head coach instructed two noncoaching staff members to engage in impermissible coaching activities

Ohio women’s volleyball program provided impermissible recruiting benefits

The Ohio University women’s volleyball coaching staff violated NCAA recruiting rules when it impermissibly purchased airfare for the parents of prospects.

Stephen F. Austin State University lacked institutional control over certification process

Stephen F. Austin State University lacked institutional control when it improperly certified the academic eligibility for 82 student-athletes in nine sports.

Former Iowa head women’s volleyball coach provided impermissible benefit to a prospect

A former Iowa women’s volleyball head coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he impermissibly gave $2,000 to a prospect.

Nebraska women’s gymnastics program exceeded allowable number of coaches

Nebraska women’s gymnastics program exceeded the permissible number of countable coaches when the former head coach and members of the program arranged for a former volunteer coach to receive impermissible compensation.

Former Buffalo assistant men’s basketball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Buffalo assistant men’s basketball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he forged a written statement in support of a transferring student-athlete’s request to have the year-in-residence requirement waived

Former Wilmington head women’s tennis coach provided impermissible benefits

A former Wilmington head women’s tennis coach violated ethical conduct rules when he knowingly provided nearly $3,000 in impermissible benefits to student-athletes.

Former Millersville head women’s swimming coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

The former Millersville head women’s swimming coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he gave a prospect’s mother $3,000

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