Three Ohio State programs hit by NCAA sanctions
Ohio State’s athletics department has been given four years probation and hit with other sanctions as a result of self-reported recruiting and policy violations in three women’s sports, including basketball.
The other violations, as outlined in a report issued by the NCAA’s Division I Committee on Infractions, were in the women’s fencing and golf programs between 2015 and 2019.
The university had self-reported the violations, and in December 2020 imposed a postseason ban for all three sports in 2020-21.
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