CONWAY — The NCAA has determined Coastal Carolina men’s basketball committed one secondary violation in an investigation that placed a cloud over the team at the end of last season.

The NCAA ruled that former player Desmond Holloway was given a shirt from the school when he visited in March 2010 and did not give it back. Holloway was wearing the $25 shirt later when he signed his letter of intent to play for the Chanticleers.

Holloway was not named in the letter, but he was suspended indefinitely once the NCAA investigation began at the end of Coastal Carolina’s 22-game winning streak last season. The junior was the team’s leading scorer and didn’t play again as the Chanticleers lost in the finals of the Big South Conference tournament.