Enforcement

Massachusetts provided impermissible financial aid in two sports

The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, impermissibly provided 12 student-athletes in men’s basketball and women’s tennis with financial aid that exceeded full cost of attendance.

Washington baseball program provided impermissible recruiting benefits

The University of Washington baseball program committed recruiting violations when it paid for the travel of parents accompanying prospects on official visits. The impermissible payment of airfare resulted from the university’s failure to monitor recruiting travel in its baseball program.

King men’s basketball program committed violations

The King (Tennessee) men’s basketball program committed violations involving the university’s work-study program, impermissible benefits and academic misconduct.

Texas A&M football program violated NCAA rules

The Texas A&M football program violated NCAA recruiting and countable athletically related activity rules between January 2018 and February 2019

Appeals committee upholds Mary Hardin-Baylor vacation of records penalty

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor must vacate wins in which a student-athlete competed while ineligible.

Idaho men’s basketball program violated NCAA rules

The University of Idaho men’s basketball head coach instructed two noncoaching staff members to engage in impermissible coaching activities

Ohio women’s volleyball program provided impermissible recruiting benefits

The Ohio University women’s volleyball coaching staff violated NCAA recruiting rules when it impermissibly purchased airfare for the parents of prospects.

Stephen F. Austin State University lacked institutional control over certification process

Stephen F. Austin State University lacked institutional control when it improperly certified the academic eligibility for 82 student-athletes in nine sports.

Former Iowa head women’s volleyball coach provided impermissible benefit to a prospect

A former Iowa women’s volleyball head coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he impermissibly gave $2,000 to a prospect.

Appeals committee upholds violations and show-cause order for former UConn men’s basketball coach

The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upheld findings that a former head UConn men’s basketball coach violated head coach responsibility and ethical conduct rules.

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