Timeline: What led up to Missouri basketball’s NCAA violations
Missouri men’s basketball has gone through more head coaches in the past decade than it had in the previous 40 years.
Jan. 20, 2016
The Missouri men’s basketball head coaching position has seen four coaches in the past decade. Take a look at the controversies each coach has inherited and brought to the Tigers.
Feb. 12, 2006: Quin Snyder resigns from Missouri’s head coaching position two years after Mizzou basketball was hit with sanctions for NCAA recruiting violations. These violations included three years of probation and three lost scholarships over the span of 2005-07.
March 26, 2006: Mike Anderson hired as Missouri’s 16th men’s basketball head coach.
March 23, 2011: Mike Anderson resigns from Missouri head coaching job to take over Arkansas’ head coaching vacancy.
April 4, 2011: Frank Haith named Missouri’s 17th men’s basketball head coach. At the time, Haith was being investigated for NCAA rule violations in the Nevin Shapiro booster scandal at the University of Miami.
Oct. 22, 2013: Frank Haith was suspended the first five games of the 2013-14 season for NCAA rule violations during his tenure at Miami. These violations included a $10,000 payment to a Hurricanes basketball recruit.
December 2013: The NCAA enforcement staff received information regarding a potential rules violation within the Missouri men’s basketball program.
April 14, 2014: The NCAA notified Missouri that it would be conducting an investigation into possible violations committed by the Missouri men’s basketball program during Frank Haith’s tenure.
April 18, 2014: Frank Haith resigns from Missouri to go coach at Tulsa.
April 28, 2014: Kim Anderson named Missouri’s 18th men’s basketball head coach. He was not told about the NCAA investigation when he was hired.
January 13, 2016: Missouri announces the findings of the NCAA investigation into the men’s basketball program. The findings date back to 2011, when Frank Haith started his tenure as the head coach of the Missouri Tigers. As a result, the Missouri men’s basketball team is imposing a postseason ban for the 2015-16 season, which includes the 2016 Southeastern Conference Tournament. The university will also pay a $5,000 fine to the NCAA and is losing a scholarship for the 2016-17 season.