Committee on Infractions (COI)

Clarion women’s soccer program violated financial aid rules

The former Clarion women’s soccer head coach provided impermissible financial aid agreements to 19 prospective and current student-athletes.

Former South Carolina assistant coach violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former South Carolina men’s basketball assistant coach violated ethical conduct rules when he accepted bribes from an agent’s associate to influence student-athletes.

Notre Dame football program violated NCAA recruiting contact rules

The Notre Dame football program committed recruiting violations

Florida football program violated NCAA recruiting rules

The University of Florida men’s football program committed recruiting violations.

St. Francis Brooklyn women’s basketball head coach impermissibly contacted recruits, provided inducements

The St. Francis College (Brooklyn) women’s basketball program committed recruiting violations

Emmanuel (Massachusetts) improperly awarded financial aid

Incoming student-athletes at Emmanuel (Massachusetts) received financial aid at a disproportionate rate in comparison to the general student body

Former Alabama associate athletics director violated NCAA ethical conduct rules

A former University of Alabama associate athletics director violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he received money in exchange for facilitating a meeting between the father of a student-athlete, a financial advisor and the financial advisor’s representative.

Hartford violated NCAA certification and recruiting rules

The University of Hartford improperly certified student-athlete eligibility, failed to notify student-athletes that their scholarships were reduced or canceled, and had impermissible recruiting contacts by its men’s lacrosse program

Jackson State violated NCAA rules

Download the Oct. 2020 Jackson State University Public Negotiated Resolution Jackson State violated NCAA certification and recruiting rules, according to an agreement released by the Division I Committee on Infractions. The university and...

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.

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