Sun. May 19th, 2019

USU Eastern men’s basketball officially put on probation

The colleges listed below are the NJCAA member institutions on probation for the 2011-2012 academic year. The colleges are on probation in the sport noted. The probationary status does not affect those sports in which the college is not on probation. The probationary period involves the forfeiture by the member college of the right to participate in Regional, District and National Championships during the probationary period.

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The colleges listed below are the NJCAA member institutions on probation for the 2011-2012 academic year. The colleges are on probation in the sport noted. The probationary status does not affect those sports in which the college is not on probation. The probationary period involves the forfeiture by the member college of the right to participate in Regional, District and National Championships during the probationary period.
During the probationary period, the team(s) shall not be eligible for Regional and/or National honors in the sport(s) involved. At the end of the probationary period, the member college shall request that it be taken off probation. The NJCAA Executive Committee shall either grant the request or continue the probation for one additional year.

Snead State Community College (Alabama) Men’s and Women’s Basketball
Olney Central College (Illionois) Baseball and Softball
Fort Scott CC (Kansas) Football
Lansing CC (Michigan) Softball
Iowa Central CC (Iowa) Men’s Cross Country
USU – College of Eastern Utah (Utah) Men’s Basketball
Lincoln Trail College (Illinois) Men’s Basketball

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