Committee on Infractions (COI)

Georgia swim coach gives extra benefit; doesn’t promote compliance

Georgia head swimming and diving coach did not promote an atmosphere for compliance when he made special arrangements for a student-athlete to enroll in an independent study course to maintain eligibility.

Weber State math instructor assists with academic dishonesty

A Weber State University math instructor violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when she completed coursework for five football student-athletes.

Alaska Fairbanks failed to monitor its athletics program

The University of Alaska Fairbanks lacked control over, and failed to monitor, its athletics program. From 2007-08 through 2011-12, the university did not properly certify the eligibility of 40 student-athletes, resulting in student-athletes competing while ineligible. Nine of the student-athletes participated in Division I men’s ice hockey, while the other 31 were student-athletes in eight of the university’s nine Division II sports programs

Arkansas Pine Bluff improperly certified student-athletes

Over five academic years, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff failed to monitor and control the administration of its athletics program. The university wrongly certified 124 student-athletes for competition, including nine student-athletes that competed before the NCAA Eligibility Center certified their amateur status. The university learned of deficiencies in its eligibility certification process in 2009, but failed to correct the deficiencies, which allowed ineligible student-athletes to continue to compete until 2012.

Northeastern head track and field coach violates ethical conduct rules

A former Northeastern University head track and field coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and failed to promote an atmosphere for rules compliance, according to a decision issued by a NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel. Northeastern failed to monitor the conduct and administration of its men’s ice hockey program when three former coaches placed impermissible calls and sent impermissible texts to prospects.

Georgia Tech failed to monitor its sport programs

DI Committee on Infractions issues its summary disposition decision for Georgia Tech

Saint Francis football program provides extra benefits, commits recruiting violations

Download: Saint Francis University Public Infractions Decision Saint Francis University’s head football coach and a part-time assistant football coach violated the NCAA ethical conduct rules when they provided extra benefits to student-...

Cheyney commits eligibility certification violations

DII Committee on Infractions issues its summary disposition decision for Cheyney University of Pennsylvania

Henderson State placed on probation for violations in women’s basketball

download the decision Henderson State University did not monitor its women’s basketball program to assure it was in compliance with NCAA tryout and recruiting rules, according to a decision issued by the Division II Committee on...

Wisconsin-Superior failed to monitor scholarship program

DIII Committee on Infractions issues its summary disposition decision for University of Wisconsin, Superior

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