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UALR Chancellor Joel Anderson announced today that The Compliance Group, led by former NCAA Director of Enforcement Chuck Smrt, will conduct an independent and thorough review of alleged misconduct in the UALR baseball program. UALR previously reported that emails had been received by the university alleging possible NCAA violations in the baseball program and other inappropriate actions by athletics personnel.
“I have asked Mr. Smrt to conduct an impartial, thorough, and expeditious review of these issues,” Anderson said. He also expressed appreciation to the UA System Office of General Counsel which he had asked to retain an independent group to conduct the investigation.
Mr. Smrt is president and founder of the Compliance Group, a Lenexa, Kansas, based consulting firm that specializes in compliance audits, enforcement-process consulting, and investigations. Prior to founding The Compliance Group in 1999, Smrt served for 15 years on the Enforcement Staff for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in Overland Park, Kansas.
Anderson said, “At the end of his work, Mr. Smrt will provide a written report, which I will release to the campus and the public.”
Since this is an ongoing inquiry, the institution will not comment further on the review until it is concluded.
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