Infractions

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.

Former Saint Leo head women's volleyball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Saint Leo head women’s volleyball coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he knowingly made payments to and on behalf of a women’s volleyball student-athlete.

Former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former Ohio Dominican assistant football coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules and jeopardized student-athlete well-being when he directed student-athletes to use a banned substance.

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 Georgia Tech men’s basketball boosters provided impermissible benefits

Two Georgia Tech boosters provided impermissible benefits to the men’s basketball program.

Mississippi State tutor committed academic misconduct to aid 11 student-athletes

A former Mississippi State student and part-time athletics department tutor committed academic misconduct in an online general chemistry course to aid 10 football student-athletes and a men’s basketball student-athlete.

Former Central Florida cross country coach violated head coach control rules

The former University of Central Florida head women’s cross country/track and field coach violated NCAA head coach control rules when she did not promote an atmosphere for compliance and failed to monitor a former assistant women’s cross country coach.

Savannah State failed to monitor its certification process

Savannah State did not monitor its certification process when it improperly certified 43 student-athletes in 10 sports, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

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