Committee on Infractions (COI)

San Diego State women’s volleyball program violated NCAA rules

The San Diego State women’s volleyball coaching staff violated NCAA rules on countable athletically related activity

TCU athletics program violates NCAA rules

A total of 33 TCU student-athletes in three sports were paid for work they did not perform as campus summer employees, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions decision. In addition, actions by a former head swimming and diving coach caused the number of coaches in the swimming and diving programs to exceed the maximum allowed.

Houston commits academic and countable activity violations

A former University of Houston athletics department tutor committed academic misconduct, and the women’s volleyball program exceeded countable athletically related activity limits.

Former Saint Leo head women's volleyball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Saint Leo head women’s volleyball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he knowingly made payments to and on behalf of a women’s volleyball student-athlete.

Former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and jeopardized student-athlete well-being when he directed student-athletes to use a banned substance.

Christian Brothers University head tennis coach provided impermissible benefits

The Christian Brothers University head men’s and women’s tennis coach provided impermissible benefits to an international prospect on two separate trips to the university

Former Seton Hall associate head men’s basketball coach had impermissible contacts

A former Seton Hall associate head men’s basketball coach had impermissible phone contacts with a prospect’s mother

Albany State athletics department violated NCAA rules

Albany State (Georgia) committed multiple violations that established the university’s failure to monitor and lack of control over the administration of its athletics program

UC Santa Barbara track and men’s water polo programs commit violations

The UC Santa Barbara men’s and women’s cross country and track programs violated countable athletically related activity restrictions, and the men’s water polo program violated impermissible benefits rules

Former South Carolina assistant football coach had impermissible recruiting contacts

A former University of South Carolina assistant football coach violated NCAA recruiting contact and communication rules.

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