— Detroit women's basketball coach Autumn Rademacher wasn't on the sidelines Saturday during the Titans' 75-58 Horizon League loss to first-place Green Bay. She was serving part of a five-day suspension for violating countable hours for student-athletes.
The suspension, announced on the school website over the weekend, concludes Tuesday.
The team was coached by assistant Rick Albro.
The said there would be no further comment regarding the suspension.
NCAA rules state that student-athletes are limited to 20 hours a week and no more than four hours per day of participation during the season.
The NCAA can accept Detroit's self-imposed punishment or announce additional sanctions.
Rademacher is expected to be on the sidelines Wednesday when the Titans (7-12, 2-4) visit Youngstown State (14-4, 4-2).
Rademacher, a native of Traverse City, graduated from Detroit in 1997. She played for the Titans from 1993-97.