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SportEvery Coach Charged in the FBI's College Admission Recruiting, Bribery Scandal

19:16  12 march  2019
19:16  12 march  2019 Source:   si.com

Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin Among Dozens Charged in College Entrance Exam Scandal

Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin Among Dozens Charged in College Entrance Exam Scandal Several NCAA D-1 college coaches have also been charged in the scandal. Documents show those indicted allegedly paid millions in bribes to get their children into elite colleges. Those colleges include Yale, Stanford and the University of Southern California. Loughlin and husband, Mossimo Giannulli, are accused of paying $500,000 to USC in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the college's crew team — even though they did not participate in crew — thereby guaranteeing their admission in the college, according to documents. The FBI and U.S.

Blazer informed the FBI , as means of cooperation, that he could bring light to fraud and corruption in the world of college recruiting because he had Tony Bland, USC assistant: Named the associate head coach under Andy Enfield in 2014; charged with conspiracy to commit bribery , soliciting a

The Justice Department and FBI ' s probe into college basketball's seedy underbelly of bribes and First, the Justice Department and FBI revealed an 11-count bribery and fraud complaint in the U.S Media reports indicate one such player is Brian Bowen, a Louisville recruit . Dawkins and Sood are

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The FBI and federal prosecutors in Boston have charged 50 people, including several university athletic coaches and administrators of college entrance exams, in a nationwide college admissions cheating and recruitment scheme, according to court documents first released on Tuesday.

The scheme allegedly worked to help potential students cheat on college entrance exams by bribing SAT or ACT administrators or by bribing college athletic coaches to facilitate non-recruits admittance to elite universities as recruits regardless of their actual athletic abilities or histories.

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The FBI is investigating and charging college basketball coaches for bribing players. Typically a scandal in college basketball involves one thing: paying BREAKING MORE: Emanuel Richardson of Arizona is also a coach who has been charged in the corruption scheme according to court docs.

The FBI said the case involves “ bribery , corruption and fraud.” Several major schools are involved, both named and unnamed, in a probe centered around six-figure payments being shuffled to five-star recruits . No Hurricanes players or coaches were charged or named in the report, which charges a

Some schools, like Wake Forest, have already suspended coaches allegedly involved in the scandal in light of the court documents released Tuesday morning. Wake Forest was one of several schools implicated, although there is no indication that the schools themselves were directly involved in the wrong-doing.

Georgetown University, Stanford University, UCLA, the University of San Diego, USC, University of Texas, and Yale were among others allegedly connected to the nationwide scheme.

Coaches implicated in the recruiting scheme, according to court documents:

• Current Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer

• Former Yale women's soccer coach Rudy Meredith

• Former Georgetown tennis coach Gordie Ernst, now at Rhode Island

Obama family tennis coach charged in college admissions scheme

Obama family tennis coach charged in college admissions scheme A tennis instructor for former first lady Michelle Obama and her daughters, Malia and Sasha, was among dozens of people indicted by federal authorities in a college admissions scandal announced Tuesday. Gordon Ernst, who previously served as a tennis coach at Georgetown University before becoming the women’s tennis coach at the University of Rhode Island, is accused of conspiracy to commit racketeering while he was employed at the Washington, D.C., school. There is no suggestion in the indictment that the Obamas have been implicated in the scheme. Prosecutors allege Gordon accepted more than $2.

College basketball has a long, baroque history of malfeasance involving under-the-table deals, but In the first scheme, one complaint charged that Chuck Person , the The other complaint charged the other three assistant coaches with solicitation of bribery for accepting payments to steer players.

Four coaches at major college basketball programs and a senior executive at Adidas are among those facing federal bribery , fraud and corruption charges in a probe investigating “the criminal influence of money on coaches and student-athletes who participate in intercollegiate basketball governed by the

• Current UCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo

• Current Texas men's tennis coach Michael Center

• Current WakeForest women's volleyball coach William "Bill" Ferguson

• Former USC women's soccer head coach Ali Khosroshahin

• Former USC women's soccer assistant coach Laura Janke

• Current USC Senior Associate Athletic Director Donna Heinel

• Current USC water polo head coach Jovan Vavic

Other implicated individuals of note include:

Mark Riddell, the Director of College Entrance Exam Preparation at IMG Academy, a private college preparatory school and sports academy in Bradenton, Fla.

Igor Dvorskiy, the Director of West Hollywood College Prep School

• Actress Lori Loughlin, of Full House fame

Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman

College admissions scandal: UCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo resigns in wake of bribery allegations.
March 22-- Mar. 22--UCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo resigned in the wake of his alleged involvement in accepting $200,000 in bribes to help enroll two players using fake athletic profiles, an athletic department official confirmed Thursday. Salcedo had been placed on leave since being indicted last week on charges of conspiracy to commit racketeering after facilitating the acceptance of one female and one male student to the school under the pretense of being soccer players even though they did not play the sport competitively.

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