Infractions

Sacramento State failed to monitor tennis program

Sacramento State failed to monitor its men’s and women’s tennis programs, resulting in numerous violations over the course of five years.

San Francisco failed to monitor its golf program

San Francisco failed to monitor its golf program, allowing two former head coaches to engage in recruiting violations.

Findings for former Louisville program assistant vacated

The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee overturned a NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions finding that a former Louisville men’s basketball program assistant did not fully cooperate with an investigation.

Chattanooga failed to monitor housing for tennis student-athletes

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga did not monitor the living arrangements of three men’s tennis student-athletes who received reduced-cost housing from a booster.

Division I Enforcement Charging Guidelines

To provide clarity around some of the most serious infractions within the Association, the NCAA has developed a clear outline of specific guidelines the enforcement staff considers when determining whether to bring allegations for four serious breaches of conduct — lack of institutional control, failure to monitor, unethical conduct and head coach responsibility.

Division I Enforcement Charging Guidelines

The NCAA has developed a clear outline of specific guidelines the enforcement staff considers when determining whether to bring allegations for four serious breaches of conduct - lack of institutional control, failure to monitor, unethical conduct and head coach responsibility.

Houston Baptist failed to monitor its football program

Houston Baptist failed to monitor the football program's use of student hosts and the head football coach did not promote an atmosphere of compliance.

South Carolina commits recruiting violations in football

Two University of South Carolina, Columbia, assistant football coaches leveraged relationships with a high school’s coaches to create a built-in recruiting advantage, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.

Morgan State lacked institutional control

Morgan State lacked institutional control due its failure to manage the eligibility certification and financial aid processes, according to a Division I Committee on Infractions panel. For four years, the university improperly certified the eligibility of 94 student-athletes in 10 sports. Over the same period, the university improperly provided financial aid to student-athletes in nine sports.

Northern Colorado basketball staff violated academic fraud, recruiting rules

Nine members of the Northern Colorado men’s basketball staff, including the former head coach, were directly involved in the violations, which included completing coursework for prospects, paying for classes the prospects needed to become academically eligible and arranging off-campus practice sessions with an academically ineligible student-athlete.

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