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Greenville, SC (written by Greenville Online Sports)

Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich announced Monday that the university submitted a letter on Friday to the Managing Director of Enforcement at the NCAA self-reporting violations as it pertains to actions within the men's and women's track and field program.

The letter identified a summary of violations, along with the prescribed penalty and corrective measures taken by the institution, according to a statement released by Clemson.

According to the release, upon learning of alleged inappropriate conduct and potential violations of NCAA legislation within the men's and women's track and field program in September 2012, Clemson contracted the services of a third party to conduct an independent review into the program according to Clemson.

Lawrence Johnson, a six-time ACC and Southeast Region coach of the year, resigned as director of track and field at Clemson on Jan. 8. That same day, the women's program was selected preseason No. 1 nationally in the coaches association poll.

According to the school, representatives the university would not comment on the issue until resolution through the NCAA process has taken place.