Transcript for UCLA women's soccer player reportedly linked to college admissions scandal
New fallout now in the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal. Scrutiny growing and several major campuses students are on those campuses right now dozens of them with their college careers hanging in the balance. At UCLA a student recruited for the elite women's soccer team despite allegedly having no soccer experience. Here's ABC's Kinney reports. Among the best in College Soccer the women of UCLA making it to the championship in 2017. But one player not spotted in the team photo that season. And number 41. Midfielder and freshman. Warren Isaacson. A year and a half later her parents stand accused of riding her way into UCLA and onto the teen even though she reportedly didn't plays soccer. College counselor Rick singer allegedly took 600000. Dollars from the eyes extends to get their daughter into USC campus UCLA. Creating fake sports credentials and test scores she was touted as a former MVP and team captain of a soccer club. But tonight the coaching director of that club says they didn't even have a team for her. Age group I would say team captain MBP would be hard to be that of a team that doesn't exist. Tonight a UCLA soccer coach has been indicted on racketeering charges and placed on leave Isaacs and no longer on the team but is still at the school. And David here at USC they have just named a new president aren't the same time. Placing holds on the accounts of a growing number of students who may be involved in this admissions scandal and David. That means they can't register for classes. At Wentworth on this story again tonight Kate I think.
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