NCAA scheduled to hear Hawaii's case later this summer

NCAA scheduled to hear Hawaii's case later this summer

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The University of Hawaii now knows when it could finally see some resolution in its ongoing NCAA investigation.

UH officials told Hawaii News Now Monday afternoon that the case against the men's basketball team will be heard July 16-17 at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis.

Those expected to attend are Matlin, UH Chancellor Robert Bley Vroman and former head coach Gib Arnold as well as his legal team.

The news comes three days after both UH and Arnold issued a response to the NCAA's notice of allegations.

In Hawaii's document, the school says it will vacate 36-wins,cut scholarships, reduce practice time, and pay a $10,000 fine.

At the upcoming hearing, the Committee on Infractions can decide whether to accept the sanctions or impose more penalties.