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Millersville women's swim program punished for violations committed by Northeastern grad

JOHN WALK
LNP
Northeastern High School graduate Kyle Almoney is shown here during his days leading the Millersville University women's swimming program.
Kyle Almoney

The NCAA recently placed the Millersville University women’s swimming program on a one-year probation and ordered the school to pay a $2,500 fine and vacate records related to fallout from violations committed by former coach Kyle Almoney.

Almoney is a former Northeastern High School swimming standout and a 1999 Northeastern graduate. As a Bobcat, he claimed the 1997 PIAA 100-yard Class 2-A state butterfly title as a junior. Almoney was later an NCAA Division II All-American at West Chester University.

Almoney was named women's swimming coach at Millersville in 2006.

The NCAA Division II Committee on Infractions made its final ruling April 10, a little more than a year after the incoming president of a private swim club once owned by Almoney contacted the university to report a suspicious financial transaction.

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