Enforcement

Former Seton Hall associate head men’s basketball coach had impermissible contacts

A former Seton Hall associate head men’s basketball coach had impermissible phone contacts with a prospect’s mother

Two UNC Greensboro athletics staff members participated in sports wagering

Two former UNC Greensboro athletics staff members placed sports wagers in violation of NCAA rules, including on the university’s men’s basketball team during their employment at the school

DePaul men’s basketball associate head coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former DePaul associate head coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he knowingly directed the former assistant director of basketball operations to provide impermissible recruiting benefits to a recruit

Former UConn men’s basketball coach violated NCAA head coach responsibility rules

A former UConn head men’s basketball coach violated NCAA head coach responsibility rules when he failed to monitor his staff and did not promote an atmosphere of compliance

Maryland basketball programs violated NCAA rules

The University of Maryland and the NCAA enforcement staff agreed that the men’s basketball program exceeded the number of permissible countable coaches, while the women’s basketball staff utilized impermissible recruiting aids with prospects, according to a negotiated resolution agreement approved by a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

Florida A&M lacked control over the administration of its athletics program

Florida A&M lacked institutional control and did not monitor its athletics program, resulting in systemic underlying certification violations

Cal Poly did not monitor its book scholarship program

Cal Poly did not monitor its book scholarship program to ensure the administration of stipends followed NCAA rules

More often than others, members of coaching staffs are accused of violations

Nearly two-thirds of cases sent to the Committees on Infractions that named specific individuals in the past five years involved the coaching staffs.

Barry did not monitor its men’s soccer work study program

Barry University failed to monitor its men’s soccer work-study program, resulting in student-athletes being paid for work they did not perform.

High Point did not notify student-athletes in writing of changes to scholarships

High Point and the NCAA enforcement staff agreed that the university did not notify 134 student-athletes in writing that their scholarships were reduced or canceled, according to a negotiated resolution agreement approved by a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

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