Violation Reports

How to report a violation
Should any chief executive officer, faculty athletics representative, athletics director, and/or coach become aware of an apparent institutional violation involving an athlete or institutional representative of any member institution, it shall be the responsibility of the individual to notify their athletics director and faculty athletics representative of that violation immediately. The athletics director or faculty athletics representative upon being notified shall contact in writing the athletics director and faculty athletics representative at the iinstitution in question and send copies of the notification to the National Office and the Eligibility Chair. This notification shall take place within five days of receiving the information. Failure to abide by any part of this regulation shall be viewed as unethical conduct and shall cause an investigation by the National Conduct and Ethics Committee for appropriate action against the institution for withholding information. (ARTICLE VI, SECTION B, ITEM 3.) 

The following institutions are on probation or have been placed on suspension from postseason play. Each report lists the institution, year(s) on probation or suspension, the infraction, and the sport affected by the penalty. The list is updated monthly; recent additions are in red.

 


 

SUSPENSIONS as of October 23, 2015

None                                                                                                                                            


 

 PROBATIONS as of November 17, 2015

(Probation does not deny postseason participation.) 

 

Arizona Christian University
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2014-2015 through 2015-2016
Violations involving participation by ineligible players.

Bacone College
Entire Athletic Department
2016-2017
Violations involving participation of ineligible players.

Baker University 

All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2015-2016
Violations involving recruiting violations.

Bethany College 
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2015-2016
Violations invovling participation of ineligble player.  

Florida Memorial University
Men's Soccer Program
2014-2015 through 2015-2016
Violations involving participation by ineligible players.

Harris-Stowe State University
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2012-2013 through 2015-2016
Violations involving participation by ineligible players.

McPherson College 
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2015-2015 through 2016-2017
Violations invovling participation of ineligible player.

Presentation College
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2015-2016 through 2016-2017
Violations invovling participation of ineligible players.

University of Pikeville
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2014-2015 through 2016-2017
Violations invovling NAIA financial assistance policy.

San Diego Christian College 
All Men's and Women's Athletics Programs
2015-2016 through 2016-2017
Violations invovling participation of ineligible players.

Spring Arbor University
Entire Athletic Department
2016-2017
Violations involving participation of ineligible players.

Webber International University
Women's Basketball Program
2014-2015 and 2015-2016
Violations involving participation by ineligible players.

 


 

INDIVIDUALS ON PROBATION as of August 15, 2015
 

Jim Bailey, Wrestling
Formerly of Truett-McConnell College 
One year from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violation involving participation by ineligible player

Ty Brewer, Soccer (Men's)
Formerly of Northwood University (FL)
One year from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violation involving participation by ineligible player

Kalie Brodt, Basketball (Women's)
Formerly of Webber International University 
One year from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violation involving participation by ineligible player

Dudley Hilton, Football
Formerly of University of Pikeville
Two years from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violation involving NAIA financial assistance policy

Allan Holland, Football
University of Pikeville
Two years starting in 2014-2015
Violation involving NAIA Code of Ethics

Kevin Kitchen, Volleyball (Women's)
Formerly of University of Northwestern Ohio
One year from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violation involving NAIA Code of Ethics

Krasi Kolarov, Soccer (Women's) 
Formerly of Northwood University (TX)
One year from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violation involving NAIA financial assistance policy

Justin Lamb, Football 
University of Pikeville
Two years starting in 2014-2015
Violation involving NAIA Code of Ethics

Jose Martinez, Tennis (Men's & Women's)
Warner University
2014-2015
Violation involving NAIA financial assistance policy

Grady Morrell, Basketball (Women's)
Webber International University
2014-2015 through 2015-2016
Violation involving participation by ineligible player

Fernando Valenzuela, Soccer (Men's)
Florida Memorial University
2014-2015 through 2015-2016
Violations involving participation by ineligible players

Dave Williams, Softball
Formerly of California State University-San Marcos
One year from date of hire at NAIA institution
Violations involving recuiting violations

 

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