Committee on Infractions (COI)

SMU commits men’s basketball and golf violations

Southern Methodist University committed multiple violations, including academic fraud, unethical conduct and head coach control in the men’s basketball program and recruiting and unethical conduct in the men’s golf program

Eastern New Mexico did not monitor its eligibility certification process

Eastern New Mexico University did not monitor its athletics programs when it incorrectly certified 132 college athletes in 12 sports during a five year period.

Former Coastal Carolina golf coach provided benefits to recruit

A former Coastal Carolina University head men’s golf coach gave private lessons to a recruit and paid for more private lessons with another instructor.

Morehouse failed to monitor its certification process

Morehouse College allowed 29 college athletes to compete while ineligible because they did not meet NCAA progress-toward-degree requirements or were not in good academic standing

East Central basketball coach violated ethical conduct rules

A former East Central University head basketball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he provided or arranged for more than $5,500 in impermissible tuition payments, housing and other recruiting inducements for three prospects

UNC Greensboro improperly certified student-athletes

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro failed to monitor its initial eligibility certification process and squad list requirements

Arkansas Tech Provided Improper Benefits to Student-Athletes

Arkansas Tech University failed to monitor its housing operations when it waived or paid $14,250 in housing security deposits for 57 prospects and student-athletes from 2009 to 2013

Oklahoma State commits violations

Oklahoma State University did not follow its drug testing policy and the athletics department allowed the Orange Pride student group to participate in hosting prospects.

Emory & Henry College awards impermissible scholarships

Emory & Henry College did not monitor its financial aid process for three years

Former Southeastern Louisiana volleyball coach cited for unethical conduct

A former Southeastern Louisiana University head women’s volleyball coach violated the NCAA’s ethical conduct rules when he provided false information about the role of a former volunteer coach

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