NCAA issues notice of allegations regarding UH men's basketball program

University of Hawaiʻi
Dan Meisenzahl, (808)348-4936
UH Spokesperson, External Affairs and University Relations
Jodi Leong, (808) 492-0597
Director of Communications, External Affairs and University Relations
Posted: Jan 31, 2015


The University of Hawai'i has received the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Notice of Allegations regarding the men’s basketball program. The report is being made available in accordance with Hawaiʻi’s public records law and the public interest.
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“We take these allegations very seriously,” said UH Mānoa Chancellor Robert Bley-Vroman. “As a member of the NCAA, we are committed to following the rules and to maintaining the highest standards in all of our programs.”
According to the NCAA process, the next step is that UH and named individuals have up to 90 days to respond. Then the NCAA enforcement staff has up to 60 days to reply. We expect a hearing before the Committee on Infractions to be held in approximately six months.
UH cannot comment on the substance of the allegations because it is an ongoing NCAA matter, as required by the NCAA bylaws on confidentiality. UH has fully cooperated with the NCAA and will continue to do so.