NCAA: Former UNLV Women's Track Coach Violated Ethical Conduct Rules

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Former UNLV women's track and field head coach Dorian Scott violated ethical conduct rules when he knowingly provided impermissible benefits to two student-athletes and instructed them to lie about those benefits, according to an agreement released by the Division I Committee on Infractions. The coach also impermissibly arranged for team members to be provided a supplement. Due to his involvement in the violations, Scott violated head coach responsibility rules and again violated ethical conduct rules when he failed to cooperate with an NCAA investigation.

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