- Nov 19, 2012
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Maybe:Did they remove 94-98 as part of the sanctions or what?
Self-imposedFollowing an internal investigation launched on March 19, 1999, the university self-imposed the following sanctions on its men's basketball program, among others:
- A postseason ban for the 1999–00 season;
- A reduction of three scholarships for the 1999–00 season and a total of four scholarships reduced from the 2000–01 and 2003–04 seasons;
- Forfeiture of 90% of money earned from appearances in the 1994, 1995, and 1997 NCAA Tournaments.
Three years later, on May 13, 2002, Hennepin County District Judge Deborah Hedlund ordered Haskins to return $815,000 of the $1.5 million in buyout money paid to him. This was based on an arbitrator's recommendation, after the university argued that Haskins had committed fraud by lying to the NCAA yet accepting the buyout money.