Saint Augustine's University
October 03, 2008
This case was resolved through the summary disposition process and involved violations of NCAA legislation regarding ineligible and impermissible participation; impermissible financial aid; competition prior to receiving final Clearinghouse and/or amateurism certification and lack of institutional control.
Additional penalties imposed by the committee were; public reprimand and censure; three-year period of probation; within six months of the report the institution will confirm the implementation and use of the NCAA Compliance Assistant Software; vacation of all wins in which ineligible student-athletes participated in both regular and postseason competition; the institution shall initiate an external review of its campus compliance system; the institution shall pay a financial penalty of $2,500 to the Association; requirement of attendance at the NCAA Regional Rules Compliance Seminar; the dollar amount of the athletically related financial aid awards in the sports of football, men's basketball, softball, volleyball, men's tennis, men's and women's track for the academic years 2009-10 and 2010-11 shall total no more than 90 percent of the amounts awarded in those sports during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years.
Football , Men's Basketball , Men's Tennis , Men's Track, Indoor , Men's Track, Outdoor , Men's Volleyball , Softball , Women's Track, Indoor , Women's Track, Outdoor , Women's Volleyball
|II||2.1.1||Responsibility for Control.|
|II||2.8.1||Responsibility of Institution.|
|II||14.2||Seasons of Competition: 10-Semester/15-Quarter Rule.|
|II||126.96.36.199||Eligibility for Practice.|
|II||14.3.1||Eligibility for Financial Aid, Practice and Competition.|
|II||188.8.131.52||Eligibility for Competition, Practice and Athletics Aid -- Qualifier With No Four-Year College Attendance and Only One Term of Attendance at a Two-Year College.|
|II||14.11.1||Obligation of Member Institution to Withhold Student-Athlete From Competition.|
|II||15.1.1||Eligibility of Student-Athletes for Institutional Financial Aid.|