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David Norfeldt, a sophomore from Gothenburg, Sweden, was also fined $6,000. The suspension and fine will be halved if he has no further violations of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program. “None of the wagers involved matches he played in,” a release from ...
The suspension will be lifted after four months and reduced by $3,000 if Norfeldt, 20, does not commit any additional breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program. Norfeldt will be unable to ...
Don’t you miss the good old days when boosters were the ones delivering bags of money to recruits to get them to sign with their schools? Well, the tide has definitely changed. Rich people are using their influence to buy their children into college, as ...
Is it time for tennis to consider allowing late-round losers back in the draw to prevent dead sessions? (i.e. let Khachanov play Federer when Nadal failed to post.) This would be problematic in terms of points and money and potential for corruption.
that’s just another aspect of the corruption inherent in academic athletics. Some universities offer recruitment slots in sports such as rowing, water polo, volleyball, tennis or field hockey to maintain the image of a full athletic program extending ...
Texas Longhorns men’s tennis coach Michael Center was placed on leave by the ... “This case is about the widening corruption of elite college admissions through the steady application of wealth combined with fraud. There can be no separate college ...
He was also fined $6,000. The San Diego Tribune reported that the suspension and fine will be halved if he has no further violations of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program. “None of the wagers involved matches he played in,” a release from the Tennis ...
But cripe, it stinks of corruption, too. Was this guy involved in making tennis recommendations for Malia Obama to get into Harvard? Admittedly, she had a lot of legs up -- as a legacy kid, and the daughter of a president, and who knows, might have been a ...
“This case is about the widening corruption of elite college admissions through the ... as were Wake Forest women’s volleyball coach Bill Ferguson and Rhode Island tennis coach Gordon Ernst, who held the same position at Georgetown when he was alleged ...
WASHINGTON -- University of Texas tennis coach Michael Center and Hollywood actresses ... "This case is about the widening corruption of elite college admissions through the steady application of wealth combined with fraud. There can be no separate college ...