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This article was published 28/9/2012 (1938 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
CANADIAN Interuniversity Sport has disciplined the University of Winnipeg's men's soccer team for using an uneligible player for two exhibition games and four regular-season games this season.
As a result, the squad was required to forfeit two wins and a tie.
The athlete, who was not identified by CIS, does not face sanctions but was already considered ineligible for the fall season.
The infraction was deemed unintentional but the U of W, which disclosed the violation, was fined $4,250 and placed on probation for 24 months but can continue to participate in Canada West and CIS competition.