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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

LSSU reports two NCAA secondary violations

Lake Superior State University has reported to the NCAA two secondary rules violations involving its hockey program.

Both violations occurred during the 2004-05 hockey season and involved Bylaw 17, playing-season regulations, at the NCAA Division I level.

The first violation involved observation for the purpose of evaluating student-athletes outside the playing season in September, 2004. The other centered on pre-season required hours when NCAA regulations call for no more than eight hours of "countable athletics activity per week."

Both violations were discovered after the 2004-05 season, under former head coach Frank Anzalone, and were reported in accord with NCAA rules and regulations.

According to the violations report, both involved "deliberate actions" to circumvent the regulations and "willful" intent to cover up the violations.

Loss of practice time during the 2005-06 season has resulted from both reports.

Comments on "LSSU reports two NCAA secondary violations"


Blogger LakerFan24 said ... (10:56 PM) : 


Comment #1 - I am not surprised at ALL that Frank tried to pull something like this. Thank God he's gone.

Comment #2 - Good for Roque and the current staff for reporting it, even though it cost them time. Yet another example of thier stand up character, unlike what we've had for the past few years at Head Coach.


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