Former UMass Lowell Men’s Head Soccer Coach Violated Ethical Conduct Rules

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A former UMass Lowell men's soccer head coach violated ethical conduct rules when he directed a student-athlete to pay him thousands of dollars from that student-athlete's scholarship funds, according to an agreement released by the Division I Committee on Infractions. The coach also provided impermissible benefits to three student-athletes, directed men's soccer student-athletes to exceed countable athletically related activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, and tampered with a prospective transfer who later enrolled at and competed for UMass Lowell. Finally, the former head coach again violated ethical conduct and cooperation rules when he failed to cooperate with an NCAA investigation.

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