Committee on Infractions (COI)

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.

Former Arizona diving coach commits recruiting violations

A former University of Arizona diving coach committed multiple recruiting violations related to his recruitment of an international prospect.

Former Lane College head cross country coach acted unethically

The former Lane College head cross country and track and field coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he directed an ineligible women’s cross country and track and field student-athlete to compete at cross country events under the name of an injured student-athlete, according to the NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions.

St. John’s (New York) head women’s volleyball coach did not promote an atmosphere for compliance

The St. John’s (New York) head women’s volleyball coach failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance when she participated or directed others to participate in impermissible recruiting activity.

Oregon commits violations in men’s and women’s basketball, women’s track and field, and football

The head University of Oregon women’s basketball coach failed to monitor and promote an atmosphere of compliance in his program, and the head men’s basketball coach failed to monitor his director of basketball operations.

Four Brigham Young boosters gave extra benefits to men’s basketball student-athlete

Four Brigham Young boosters provided more than $12,000 in complimentary all-inclusive vacations, cash, meals, golf and the use of a car to a men’s basketball student-athlete in violation of NCAA rules

Charleston Southern failed to monitor its athletics program

Charleston Southern failed to monitor its athletics program when it improperly certified 55 student-athletes in 12 sports over a six-year period.

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