Committee on Infractions (COI)

Former West Liberty men’s soccer coach failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance

A former West Liberty men’s head soccer coach failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance in his program and violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he made tuition payments for two student-athletes

Florida A&M lacked control over the administration of its athletics program

Florida A&M lacked institutional control and did not monitor its athletics program, resulting in systemic underlying certification violations

Cal Poly did not monitor its book scholarship program

Cal Poly did not monitor its book scholarship program to ensure the administration of stipends followed NCAA rules

Barry did not monitor its men’s soccer work study program

Barry University failed to monitor its men’s soccer work-study program, resulting in student-athletes being paid for work they did not perform.

High Point did not notify student-athletes in writing of changes to scholarships

High Point and the NCAA enforcement staff agreed that the university did not notify 134 student-athletes in writing that their scholarships were reduced or canceled, according to a negotiated resolution agreement approved by a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

NVU-Lyndon lacked control over its athletics program; improperly awarded financial aid

Northern Vermont University-Lyndon lacked institutional control and failed to monitor the conduct and administration of its athletics program when it improperly awarded financial aid.

Saginaw Valley State lacked institutional control of its eligibility certification process

Saginaw Valley State lacked institutional control and failed to monitor its eligibility certification process when it improperly certified the eligibility of 130 student-athletes in 15 sports over a five-year period.

Wisconsin-Stevens Point did not monitor its men’s basketball program

Wisconsin-Stevens Point did not monitor its men’s basketball program when the coaching staff directed, observed and engaged in activities outside the playing season

Lynn University failed to monitor its certification process

Lynn University failed to monitor its certification process when it improperly certified or failed to certify the eligibility of 51 student-athletes in 14 sports, according to a decision issued by the NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions.

Former Missouri tutor completed coursework for 12 student-athletes

A former University of Missouri, Columbia, tutor violated NCAA ethical conduct, academic misconduct and academic extra benefits rules when she completed academic work for 12 student-athletes.

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