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Former Stanford sailing coach avoids prison in first sentence of college admissions scandal

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 12 June 2019
John Vandemoer is the first of the 22 defendants who have pleaded guilty in the nation's sweeping college admissions scandal to be sentenced.
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Former coach of Stanford University's sailing team, John Vandemoer, was sentenced to just one day in prison.

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