A graduate and former player at the University of PittsburghVaughan was an assistant coach at the University of South Florida for three years and at Long Beach State University for seven years before coming to Connecticut.
At Liverpool Crown Court, the year-old admitted 14 counts of fraud. Det Sgt Christopher Hawitt of Merseyside Police said: "Bartlett thought of nobody but himself and furnishing his excessive lifestyle with the money he took from those who trusted him most.
One victim said "chameleon" Bartlett "schmoozed you with his charm" but has "no conscience" and is "morally devoid". UConn 's Web site says Vaughan has a "nationally known reputation as an outstanding recruiter and teacher of front court players.
He played professionally in England after graduating from Pitt. Judge Alan Conrad admonished him for "living the life of a millionaire" on his victims' cash.
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Following a tip-off, Bartlett - who asked for 14 further fraud offences to be taken into consideration - was arrested at Manchester Airport on 27 November. He said: "You were gambling away a large part of the money entrusted to you, while maintaining a playboy lifestyle with expensive prostitutes and luxury foreign travel.
Bartlett flew to Russia earlier this year, where he splashed out on expensive hotels and sex workers. Police sojthport he struggled with officers when he learned he was part of a sting. Bartlett, of Ainsdale, Merseyside, claimed to be investing his victims' pensions and life savings, police said.