Ex-UCLA soccer coach pleads guilty to taking $200K in bribes

Ex-UCLA soccer coach pleads guilty to taking $200K in bribes

Salcedo, head soccer coach at UCLA from 2004 to 2019 agreed to plead guilty to charges in the nation’s college admissions scandal. He agreed to plead guilty to one count of fraudulently accepting $200,000 in bribes to facilitate admission of two students into UCLA as fake soccer recruits. Prosecutors recommended a sentence ranging from 24 to 30 months in prison and forfeiture totaling $200,000.

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