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Greg Wiltjer, Victoria (BC), 6-10, C

                  G  MIN  FG  FGA  3P 3PA  FT FTA  REB  PF AST  TO BLK STL  PTS
79-80 N Idaho JC 37  ... 161  278          47  88  328 100  64 153  94   7  369
80-81 N Idaho JC 32  ... 235  421          76 110  325  99  28 155  82  39  546
81-82 Oregon St  19  270  41   70          21  30   70  38   9  29   9   6  103
82-83 Victoria                    Did Not Play - Transfer Student
83-84 Victoria   40  ... 331  557         145 232  419 ... ... ... ... ...  807
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4-yr TOTALS      59  ... 372  627         166 262  489 ... ... ... ... ...  910

                  MIN   FG%   3P%   FT%  RPG  APG  TPG  BPG  SPG   PPG
79-80 N Idaho JC  ...  57.9        53.4  8.9  1.7  4.1  2.5  0.2  10.0
80-81 N Idaho JC  ...  55.8        69.1 10.2  0.9  4.8  2.6  1.2  17.1
81-82 Oregon St  14.2  58.6        70.0  3.7  0.5  1.5  0.5  0.3   5.4
82-83 Victoria              Did Not Play - Transfer Student
83-84 Victoria    ...  59.4        62.5 10.5  ...  ...  ...  ...  20.2
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4-yr TOTALS       ...  59.3        63.4  8.3  ...  ...  ...  ...  15.4

Selected by Chicago Bulls in 2nd round (#43 pick overall) of 1984 NBA Draft.

Wiltjer Falls Prey to NCAA Violation
 

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Date: Jan. 27, 1983

Principal figure: Marv Harshman, former basketball coach

Allegations: In May 1980, a representative of the UW's athletic interests (booster) provided a prospective recruit - Greg Wiltjer - with a travel bag at no cost to the recruit. In July 1980, an assistant basketball coach gave two pairs of basketball shoes to the same recruit. In August 1980, a former assistant basketball coach arranged for the same recruit to receive lodging at the home of a UW booster.

Conference action: Conducted an investigation and determined the UW had committed three recruiting violations. The Pac-10 turned over its findings to the NCAA.

NCAA action: Although the violations were limited in nature and involved only one prospect, the NCAA Council found the UW had received a "recruiting advantage."

NCAA penalties: Publicly reprimanded and censured the UW and admonished the school to avoid a recurrence of similar violations. The NCAA did not place the UW on probation, nor did it ban the UW from postseason play or issue TV sanctions.

Fallout: Negligible for the UW. Wiltjer later opted to attend the University of Oregon. "The violations are a matter of serious concern to me," said head coach Marv Harshman. "We regret very much that they occurred."

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