Lady Vols report minor recruiting violations

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LadyVols_WBK

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Lady Vols had 2 recruiting violations..from knox news but behind a pay wall so here are some quotes....


What rules did Lady Vols violate?
The women’s basketball’s program’s Twitter account on July 10 published a video that showed the names and images of three prospects who had not yet committed.

After seeing the post, a Lady Vols assistant contacted the compliance department to check on its permissibility. The tweet violated NCAA rules regarding publicity of prospective athletes.


The violation was deemed to have occurred because an administrative error and did not involve members of the Lady Vols’ coaching staff. The athletics staff members involved in the error received rules and procedural education.

Tennessee previously reported a women’s basketball violation last January after an assistant called a prospect who was not yet permitted to receive calls. The assistant had missed a phone call and believed it to be from an AAU coach. The call, though, came from the coach’s daughter, and she answered the assistant's return phone call. The assistant received a one-week recruiting penalty, and the coaching staff was prohibited from initiating communication with the involved prospect for 15 days once she was eligible to receive such contact.
 
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Lady Vols had 2 recruiting violations..from knox news but behind a pay wall so here are some quotes....


What rules did Lady Vols violate?
The women’s basketball’s program’s Twitter account on July 10 published a video that showed the names and images of three prospects who had not yet committed.

After seeing the post, a Lady Vols assistant contacted the compliance department to check on its permissibility. The tweet violated NCAA rules regarding publicity of prospective athletes.


The violation was deemed to have occurred because an administrative error and did not involve members of the Lady Vols’ coaching staff. The athletics staff members involved in the error received rules and procedural education.

Tennessee previously reported a women’s basketball violation last January after an assistant called a prospect who was not yet permitted to receive calls. The assistant had missed a phone call and believed it to be from an AAU coach. The call, though, came from the coach’s daughter, and she answered the assistant's return phone call. The assistant received a one-week recruiting penalty, and the coaching staff was prohibited from initiating communication with the involved prospect for 15 days once she was eligible to receive such contact.
Dumb rules but ok we move on.
 
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Lady Vols had 2 recruiting violations..from knox news but behind a pay wall so here are some quotes....


What rules did Lady Vols violate?
The women’s basketball’s program’s Twitter account on July 10 published a video that showed the names and images of three prospects who had not yet committed.

After seeing the post, a Lady Vols assistant contacted the compliance department to check on its permissibility. The tweet violated NCAA rules regarding publicity of prospective athletes.


The violation was deemed to have occurred because an administrative error and did not involve members of the Lady Vols’ coaching staff. The athletics staff members involved in the error received rules and procedural education.

Tennessee previously reported a women’s basketball violation last January after an assistant called a prospect who was not yet permitted to receive calls. The assistant had missed a phone call and believed it to be from an AAU coach. The call, though, came from the coach’s daughter, and she answered the assistant's return phone call. The assistant received a one-week recruiting penalty, and the coaching staff was prohibited from initiating communication with the involved prospect for 15 days once she was eligible to receive such contact.
Net Pickin SH-T!!!
 
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Just stay away from AAU coaches.
A good general rule. There are some great ones but most are just in it for their kid or the “money.” Generally their kid is not that talented in my experience. Hence the reason mommy or daddy is coaching.

Played on a couple teams where the coach’s child was awful but played the entire game while others sat. Terrible culture in some AAU circuits. They also know the rules, or should, so why they were having their child call our recruiter is beyond me.
 

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