The University of Louisville men's basketball team self-reported two Level III NCAA rules violations involving a laser tag trip some players took in April, the Sporting News reported Thursday.
Citing an open-records request, the website reported that the basketball program paid admission for six members of the team to a local laser tag facility.
Louisville's compliance office reported the incident as a violation because they received the money outside the playing season. All six players were told to donate their $7 admission fee to charity, the Sporting News reported.
The second violation involved two recruits who accompanied the team to laser tag. Their host students did not properly record the expense, according to the report.