TAMPA — Former USF men's basketball assistant coach Oliver Antigua provided impermissible benefits, including lodging at his home, for two prospective student-athletes while they received on-campus tutoring, according to findings reported to the school by the NCAA.The NCAA's Summary Disposition Report was released Thursday to the Tampa Bay Times after a public records request.It indicates Antigua, who resigned in July, provided the benefits (not totaling more than $511) while the recruits were being tutored at USF's College of Medicine by the sister-in-law of Gerald Gillion, then special assistant to former head coach Orlando Antigua.Additionally, Oliver Antigua provided false information to investigators before telling the truth, the report says.USF has self-imposed three penalties: a $5,000 fine, withholding a coach from off-campus recruiting for 50 days (Oliver Antigua) and a reduction from 13 to 12 scholarships (last season). It is uncertain whether the NCAA levels further penalties.Gillion resigned in November. Orlando Antigua, who was dismissed Jan. 3 after 2½ seasons, was not implicated in the NCAA findings. He's now an assistant at Illinois.The report lauds USF for cooperating with the investigation and indicates the school didn't engage in behavior that would constitute academic fraud.USF anticipates having a "final resolution with the NCAA" sometime during the fall but had no further comment, according to a statement released Thursday. In a separate document, the school — citing several past-case precedents — indicates it believes the infractions constitute a Level II-Mitigated violation, the lowest possible "major" infraction of which an institution can be found guilty.The summary disposition report indicates the NCAA Committee on Infractions could determine a more serious (Level I) violation occurred because it "involved unethical or dishonest conduct, which seriously undermined or threatened the integrity of the NCAA Collegiate Model. Baseball: USF blows it in 9th, faces UCF today CLEARWATER — Eighth-seeded East Carolina continued its unlikely quest for a conference tournament title by laying claim to a state title of sorts.Two nights after thrashing top seed UCF, the Pirates (31-27) rallied for three runs in the bottom of the ninth to stun No. 4 USF 6-5 in the winners bracket of the American Athletic Conference tournament at Spectrum Field.USF (41-16) faces UCF in an elimination game at 3 today. ECU plays the winner at 1 Saturday.ECU clinched Thursday's upset on pinch-hitter Kirk Morgan's suicide squeeze bunt, scoring Charlie Yorgen. MORE BASEBALL: Top seed Florida faces Mississippi State at noon today (SEC Network) in the double-elimination SEC tournament in Hoover, Ala. … Miami faces Wake Forest at 11 a.m. today, followed by Florida State against host Louisville at 3 in pool play of the ACC tournament. Both games are on Fox Sports Florida. Softball: Visiting Alabama beat top seed Florida 3-0 in the best-of-three Super Region. The two play at 7 tonight (ESPN). Information from Times wires was used in this report.