The NCAA has informed San Diego State's athletic department that allegations against the men's basketball team have been deemed unfounded.
The team was under investigation by the NCAA for allegedly committing recruiting violations, according to a September report by CBS Sports.
Since the allegations became public in September, the school said, they worked with the NCAA.
“I am pleased that this confirms what I and our administration have known all along, that as a staff, we take great pride in representing San Diego State University and the men’s basketball program, and conducting this program with the highest integrity," said SDSU head coach Steve Fisher in a statement.
According to the report, the team could have faced Level 1 violations, which are violations "that seriously undermine or threaten the integrity of the NCAA collegiate model."
The NCAA did not independently confirm the report to NBC7. Shortly after the report came out, a statement from the school said they had not been contacted by the NCAA regarding allegations into the basketball program.
The alleged infractions would most likely have had to do with "impermissible benefits to recruits," according to the violation definition.
“These types of allegations are not uncommon in major college athletics,” Fisher said in a statement. “What is uncommon is that they ever come out in the public. I appreciate the NCAA’s efforts to thoroughly look into this matter as well as the conclusion that there was no wrongdoing."
NCAA policy does not allow SDSU to provide additional detail about the inquiry.