Committee on Infractions (COI)

Former York (New York) men’s basketball coach acted unethically

A former York (New York) head men’s basketball coach violated head coach responsibility rules and acted unethically

NCAA appeals committee upholds findings against former Baruch assistant vice president

The NCAA Division III Infractions Appeals Committee upheld findings that a former Baruch assistant vice president provided impermissible financial aid for a student-athlete.

Former Florida International University women’s basketball coach acted unethically

The former head women’s basketball coach at Florida International University acted unethically and did not promote an atmosphere of compliance in his program when he provided $600 in cash to a student-athlete.

Former Alabama assistant football coach acted unethically

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...

Virginia football coaches commit recruiting violation

Seven Virginia football coaches committed a recruiting violation by having in-person, off-campus recruiting contacts during an evaluation period.

Mississippi Valley failed to monitor its certification process

Mississippi Valley did not monitor its certification process when it improperly certified the eligibility of 28 student-athletes in seven sports.

Seattle Pacific did not monitor former head women’s soccer coach

Seattle Pacific did not monitor its former head women’s soccer coach and his operation of the university’s women’s soccer camps

Former Southeast Missouri State assistant coach arranged academic misconduct

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

Hawaii men’s basketball eligible for postseason after Committee on Infractions reconsideration

The University of Hawaii, Manoa, will not have to serve a men’s basketball postseason ban

Morehead State improperly certified 49 student-athletes

Forty-nine Morehead State University student-athletes in nine sports competed while ineligible due to improper eligibility certifications, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

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