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Arizona State Violations Outlined and Reaction

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On Wednesday afternoon, the Arizona State Baseball program learned of their punishment from the NCAA after seven major violations and two secondary violations from 2004 through 2009. This was Arizona State’s ninth major NCAA violation in school history, with previous cases taking place in 2005 (football), 1997 (men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track), 1988 […]

Arizona State University Issues Statement on NCAA Infractions Decision

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FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE NCAA Report available by clicking here. The findings of the NCAA concerning the ASU baseball program fall principally into four categories: 1) Violations stemming from poor record keeping 2) Making more than the permissible one phone call a week to recruits 3) The improper recruitment of one player 4) Use of student managers during practices […]

APR Data Released

One of the most important stories in College Baseball in the last couple of years has been the Academic Progress Rates (APR) which have been historically low for college baseball student athletes. The NCAA implemented the policy during the 2007-2008 school year looking to improve the APR for baseball and it has risen since the […]

ASU Announces Sanctions And Corrective Actions On Baseball Program

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE TEMPE, AZ – ASU announced that it has self-imposed sanctions and corrective actions on its baseball program for violating NCAA rules. These actions result from an investigation initiated by ASU in association with the Pacific-10 Conference in January 2008 and a subsequent investigation by the NCAA. “Arizona State University remains committed […]

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