Committee on Infractions (COI)

Baruch lacked institutional control

Baruch College failed to exercise control over the conduct and administration of its athletics program

Norfolk State failed to monitor its eligibility certification process

Norfolk State University failed to monitor its eligibility certification process, which resulted in improper certifications for student-athletes.

Hunter College employee acted unethically, falsified records

A former Hunter College employee violated NCAA ethical conduct rules when he falsified entrance exam records so that student-athletes could be admitted to the school

Former Gannon men’s swimming head coach acted unethically

A former Gannon University men’s swimming and diving head coach acted unethically when he provided $3,000 in extra financial aid to a student-athlete

NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upholds show cause order for former Coastal Carolina golf coach

A former head men’s golf coach at Coastal Carolina University must serve a one-year show cause order

NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee upholds SMU decision

Southern Methodist University’s men’s basketball and men’s golf teams must implement scholarship and recruiting restrictions, the men’s basketball team must vacate wins, and the men’s golf team must serve a postseason ban

Former Arkansas State men’s basketball staffer provided extra benefits

A former Arkansas State University director of basketball operations provided a men’s basketball student-athlete with more than $5,000 in excessive apparel.

Samford failed to monitor its eligibility certification process

Samford University failed to monitor its eligibility certification process, which resulted in improper certifications for student-athletes

Former Southern Mississippi men’s basketball coach acted unethically

A former head men’s basketball coach at The University of Southern Mississippi acted unethically and failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance when he directed his staff to engage in academic misconduct.

Former West Texas A&M football coaches violated ethical conduct rules

A former West Texas A&M University head football coach engaged in unethical conduct and failed to promote an atmosphere for compliance when he provided false information during an investigation and asked student-athletes to also provide false information.

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