Committee on Infractions (COI)

New Hampshire booster gives cash, other benefits

DI Committee on Infractions issues its summary disposition decision for University of New Hampshire

Howard lacked institutional control

A former Howard University head cross country/track and field coach admitted that he violated the NCAA ethical conduct rules and did not promote an atmosphere for compliance. Additionally, Howard University lacked institutional control over certain aspects of its athletics department, according to a decision issued by a NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

Former Alaska Anchorage Coach Provides Benefits, Acts Unethically

Download the report The former head women’s basketball coach at the University of Alaska, Anchorage provided money to two student-athletes, resulting in a violation of the NCAA’s ethical conduct standards, according to findings by the...

Baldwin Wallace lacked institutional control

Baldwin Wallace University lacked control of its financial aid packaging when it permitted two of its programs to operate in violation of NCAA rules, according to findings by the NCAA Division III Committee on Infractions. Over a four year...

Division I Committee on Infractions

Roster The Division I Committee on Infractions (COI) is an independent administrative body charged with deciding infractions cases involving NCAA member institutions and their employees. Each committee is comprised of individuals serving...

Division II Committee on Infractions

Harry Stinson III, Committee Chair Purpose : The Committee on Infractions is the division’s primary steward of the enforcement process. The committee meets as needed to participate in hearings involving member institutions that have been...

Division III Committee on Infractions

The Division III Committee on Infractions acts as an independent administrative body to adjudicate major infractions cases involving member institutions and their employees. The workload cannot be predicted, as it is based on the number of...

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