Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Matt Brady will serve a six-game, self-imposed paid suspension for “coaching versus non-coaching staff responsibilities” that took place last year, coach Mark Turgeon said in a statement Tuesday.

Brady sat out of the Terps’ 100-67 exhibition win over Division-II Lynn on Tuesday and is set to return Nov. 23 for Maryland’s home game against Marshall.

“We identified some violations from last season regarding coaching versus non-coaching staff responsibilities and have decided to self-impose a six-game suspension for Matt Brady beginning with tonight’s exhibition,” Turgeon said in a statement. “As a staff, we have cooperated fully with our compliance office to ensure this will not happen again.”

Brady served as head coach at Marist and James Madison between 2004 and 2016. In July 2017, Brady was hired as the Director of Player Personnel in College Park. In June, Turgeon promoted Brady to an assistant coach position after assistant coach Dustin Clark, who was at Maryland for seven years, departed.