NCAA defers decision on Koga issue
MANILA, Philippines — The verdict will have to wait.
The NCAA Management Committee has decided to defer its investigation on the issue involving San Beda player Ryusei Koga Tuesday night.
Koga was accused of violating league rules after the guard was allegedly caught playing on a different league while the NCAA is still in play.
And it turns out, it’s not only Koga who was accused of such violation with Lyceum’s Jeremiah Taladua also under investigation.
“The Management Committee of the NCAA has looked into reports of alleging that a player from San Beda and a player from Lyceum played in another league while the NCAA Season was ongoing,” the NCAA said in a statement.
Postponing the decision will allow San Beda, Letran, San Sebastian and Perpetual Help to concentrate on the coming Final Four on Thursday.
The NCAA added that its decision is “without prejudice to its reopening should new evidence surface in the future.”