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NCAA Investigation of Coastal Carolina University: The Former Student-Athlete Strikes Back

The Sporting News is reporting the NCAA enforcement staff is investigating alleged rules-violations at Coastal Carolina University. The media organization stated Renee Madison, associate director for NCAA enforcement, has been in Conway, South Carolina, “investigating whether Desmond Holloway, the team’s leading scorer, received improper gifts as inducements to transfer from Wabash Valley College”. The Sporting News indicated the “allegations, made by former player Marcus Macellari, were brought to the school’s attention before the season began and school president David DeCenzo ordered them turned over to the NCAA, according to a statement from the university to The Associated Press”. The manner in which this investigation started is not new—most of the NCAA enforcement investigations I have been involved with started with allegations made by a former student-athlete or coach.


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