KANSAS CITY, Mo. - All the men's and women's athletic programs at Haskell Indian Nations University have been placed on probation through 2014 for violations involving ineligible players.
A spokeswoman for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics says the conference doesn't provide details about institutional violations to the public.
But the conference's handbooks shows institutions placed on probation must submit a written response detailing planned corrective measures. Future violations can lead to program suspensions.
University spokesoman Stephen Prue says the school is drafting a statement.
In May, the school said a federal investigation into falsified student-athlete test scores resulted in official action on the employees and students involved.
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