- UMass tennis to forfeit three years of wins over telecom fee
- NCAA says UMass athletes received improper financial aid
- Amherst school will also be stripped of men’s basketball wins
The NCAA is stripping the University of Massachusetts women’s tennis team of three years of victories, including the 2017 Atlantic 10 championship, over the improper reimbursement of a $252 phone bill.The governing body concluded the Amherst school provided impermissible financial aid benefits that exceeded the full cost of attendance to two women’s tennis and 10 men’s basketball players. The basketball team will vacate 59 wins as a result of the sanctions. Related: Andy Murray: ‘Off court I’m pretty laid back’ Continue reading...