The UCLA soccer coach who allegedly accepted a $100,000 bribe to get a real estate developer’s daughter into the school resigned Thursday, the New York Post reports. Jorge Salcedo, a coach on the men’s soccer team, stepped down after allegedly accepting the kickback to get Lauren Isackson on the women’s team’s roster despite her having no soccer experience, said Shana Wilson, a spokesperson for the school’s athletic department. Prosecutors alleged that Isackson, who was listed as a midfielder on the 2017 team website, was recruited even though she had never played a game. Salcedo allegedly accepted $100,000 through a sports marketing company from Rick Singer, the alleged mastermind of a college admissions scandal that has 50 defendants, according to prosecutors. Salcedo has been charged with conspiracy to commit racketeering. Isackson’s father, Bruce Isackson, is accused of giving Singer 2,150 shares of Facebook stock worth $251,249 in 2016 to get his daughter into the school. He and his wife, Davina, both face a charge of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and and a charge of honest services mail fraud.