Infractions

Former Mississippi Valley women’s soccer head coach provided impermissible benefits

A former Mississippi Valley women’s soccer head coach arranged and provided impermissible travel fees and expenses to a student-athlete before she enrolled at the university.

Appeals committee upholds Florida A&M financial penalty

Download the Mar. 2020 Florida A&M Final Public Appeals Decision Florida A&M must pay the financial penalty prescribed by the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions, according to a decision from the NCAA Division I Infractions...

Former Siena men’s basketball head coach provided impermissible benefits

The former Siena men’s basketball head coach provided impermissible cash payments to student-athletes.

Memphis’ infractions case will be resolved through the Independent Accountability Resolution Process

A request for referral of the infractions case involving the University of Memphis to the Independent Accountability Resolution Process was granted by the Infractions Referral Committee. Consistent with rules and procedures governing the...

Pittsburgh men’s basketball and football programs commit violations

The University of Pittsburgh men’s basketball and football programs committed coaching violations, according to an agreement released by the Division I Committee on Infractions.

Appeals committee upholds Cal Poly vacation of records penalty

Cal Poly must vacate records for contests in which ineligible student-athletes competed

Ursinus improperly awarded financial aid

The former Ursinus vice president and dean of enrollment management improperly considered athletics participation and coaching staff input when formulating financial aid packages for prospects.

San Diego State women’s volleyball program violated NCAA rules

The San Diego State women’s volleyball coaching staff violated NCAA rules on countable athletically related activity

TCU athletics program violates NCAA rules

A total of 33 TCU student-athletes in three sports were paid for work they did not perform as campus summer employees, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions decision. In addition, actions by a former head swimming and diving coach caused the number of coaches in the swimming and diving programs to exceed the maximum allowed.

Houston commits academic and countable activity violations

A former University of Houston athletics department tutor committed academic misconduct, and the women’s volleyball program exceeded countable athletically related activity limits.

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