Minnesota Assistant AD Gets 21 Months in Prison

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A former assistant athletic director at the University of Minnesota has been sentenced for embezzling just over $361,000 from the school over the course of five years. 

Brent Holck, 37, who was in charge of ticket sales, was given a lighter sentence than expected for having taken responsibility for his crimes and making efforts to pay back the money he stole. 

According to TwinCities.com, Holck was sentenced Monday to 21 months in prison for a crime that carried a suggested sentence of 33 to 41 months.

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