The NCAA charged Haith with “failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance” in February after a lengthy investigation prompted by a Yahoo! Sports report.
School and conference officials were at the hearing in downtown Indianapolis, and were joined by others including Mizzou coach Frank Haith.
Like other Division I programs, Missouri allows major donors to purchase empty seats on team planes when traveling to big events.
Asked if he supports Haith, Alden replied, “We support the NCAA process.”
Chancellor Brady Deaton says MU will allow NCAA to complete its investigation into conduct at Miami before making a decision on coach’s future.
Nevin Shapiro told Yahoo Sports he provided improper benefits to 72 athletes, plus claims that at least seven coaches had knowledge of his actions.
Frank Haith said this in a statement, “I can confirm that the NCAA has asked to speak with me regarding the time I spent at the University of Miami.”