NCAA LSU Soccer gives a one-year Ex-Assistant Conduct Test

Baton Rouge, no. The NCAA put the LSU soccer program on one 12 months of probation Thursday after it was decided that former offensive line coach James Craig violated enlistment restrictions through the 2020 soccer season.

The NCAA Division I Offenses Committee discovered that Cregg violated restrictions on private contact with potential recruits through the COVID-19 pandemic, and supplied improper inducements to recruits.

The committee additionally issued a three-year “present trigger” penalty in opposition to Cregg, which means that his enlistment actions could be restricted for that interval if he was employed by one other NCAA member program.

The NCAA placed LSU's one-year football program on probation for recruiting violations.

“Though (the committee) has confronted extra egregious habits in earlier instances, the abuses on this case characterize willful misconduct that ought to be of concern to members,” the committee mentioned. “The COVID-19 recruitment interval was supposed to guard the well being and security of prospects, athletes, college students, and institutional workers. It additionally contributed to equal employment alternative at a time when COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the federal government different throughout the nation.”